This Occurrence Reporting training course will provide tools that ensure the effectiveness of reporting, leading to a reduction in workload for different departments/stakeholders and the enhancement of safety.
At the end of the course participants will:
- Have a better understanding of the EU Regulation concerned for persons involved in Occurrence Reporting responsibility
- Be able to collect and exchange Occurrence Reporting information on potential or actual safety hazards and to transmit this information to the National Aviation Authority (NAA) concerned and/or to EASA
- Be able to separate necessary from unnecessary Occurrence Reporting information in order to improve the reporting system and to avoid inefficiency.
- Have a better understanding of filling out reports on actual or potential safety-related deficiencies.
- Be able to build up an effective safety Occurrence Reporting System.
Authority Personnel, Operators, Managers, Postholders Maintenance, Quality Managers, Compliance Managers, Pilots, Certifying Staff, Airworthiness Review Staff, Part M Organisations, MOA, DOA, POA Organisations, and independent professionals.
- Overview EU/ Agency Legislation to Occurrence Reporting
- Importance of Occurrence Reporting
- Examples for OR in the field of Aviation
- NAA measures after receipt of the Occurrence Report (OR) from the Organisation, e.g. Part M CAMO, Part 145 or Part 21 etc.
- Information exchange between the NAA and EASA
- Prevention of accidents in the Aviation Environment through Occurrence Reporting
- Just Culture in Aviation Business
- Collection of information on actual or potential safety deficiencies
- Accidents, serious incidents and occurrence reporting
- How to create tools for efficient reporting
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