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Notification on the renaming of the Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Center

Considering the Government Ordinance no. 17 of 29 August 2018, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, no. 755 of 31 August 2018, we notify you that the Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Authority (CIAS) has been renamed as the CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY INVESTIGATION AND ANALYSIS AUTHORITY (SIAA).

Reporting procedure

schema raportare

Legend: T0 - time when the event occurred; Person - the person who reports (rapporteur)

 

Compulsory reporting of civil aviation accidents and serious incidents

(1) Any civil aviation accident shall be reported by any individual or legal person involved or informed about the accident’s occurrence, directly to the Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Center (CIAS) and to the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority (AACR / RCAA), by the following means:

a) by phone, as soon as possible, at the operational phones of the Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Center (CIAS) and of the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority (AACR / RCAA);

b) in writing, within 6 hours, by any communication means of the Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Center (CIAS) and of the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority (AACR / RCAA);

(2) The report shall provide, as much as available, the information specified by Art. 7 of the Government Ordinance No. 51/1999, approved and completed by Law no. 794/2001. The reporting forms are available here (Please refer to annex 5).

 

Compulsory reporting of civil aviation incidents

(1) Within the SMS of any civil aviation operator or agent, any incident shall be reported internally by the ascertaining persons or the persons who were informed about the occurrence, according to the internal procedures, to the department in charge for collecting the internal reporting. It is recommended the use of the forms available here (Please refer to annex 5)

(2) Individual reports shall be submitted to the Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Center (CIAS) and to the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority (AACR / RCAA), within 72 hours from the occurrence, by the operator’s department in-charge for internal reports. The reports shall be submitted to the Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Center (CIAS) and to the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority (AACR / RCAA) using the forms available here (Please refer to annex 5) and shall provide, as much available, the information specified in the forms.

 

Voluntary reporting of civil aviation occurrences

(1) Voluntary reporting of civil aviation occurrences to the Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Center (CIAS) is encouraged and any individual should report any occurrence in which he/she was involved, which he/she witnessed or about which he/she was informed and he/she considers it a real or potential threat to safety;

(2) The voluntary reporting system doesn’t use a specific form, but if possible, there should be used one of the forms available here (Please refer to annex 5). The voluntary report should include, as much available, relevant information on the occurrence and the identification and contact data of the reporting individual;

(3) The confidentiality of the voluntary reporting is granted by the Civil Aviation safety and Analysis Center (CIAS) according to the provisions of EU Regulation 996/2010. The information within the voluntary reports will be used only for safety improvement purposes without disclosing names and identity references of the reporting or involved persons.

Studies and analysis

The Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Authority elaborates specialized studies, specific analysis and newsletters on civil aviation safety.

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Investigation reports

SIAA runs investigations of civil aviation occurrences, with the purpose to determining the facts, causes and circumstanes that led to their production.

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Safety recommendations

The Civil Aviation Safety Investigation and Analysis Authority issues flight safety recommendation, based on studies or analysis of a series of investigations.

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