Occurrence Reporting Explained
ACI EUROPE & EASA Workshop for Aerodromes
14 June, Frankfurt Airport
Few measures have proven more effective than the collection and analysis of data for building safety in aviation. Occurrence reporting is a key component for collecting safety data and European Regulation 376/2014 sets out the principles that apply in the European Union.
But what should be reported to competent authorities and in how much detail? How is the data used? Who has access to it? And how does it find its way into State Safety Plans or EASA safety promotion and rulemaking activities?
A one-day workshop on 'Occurrence Reporting Explained - sharing best practices' organised by ACI Europe and EASA and hosted by Fraport AG will shed light on these questions. The workshop will be held at the Fraport forum on 14 June.
Check out the map here and follow these directions to reach Fraport forum:
- From Terminal 1 and the parking garages always follow the signs to 'Long Distance Trains'. Before reaching the glass dome you will finde the event space on the right side.
- From the main train station Frankfurt Airport (Long Distance Train Station) follow the sign towards 'Terminal 1'; The Fraport forum will be in the passage after leaving the glass dome on the left side.
Practitioners from airport operators and ground handlers are invited to share their experiences and queries with their peers, competent authorities and the European Aviation Safety Agency. The number of places are limited to 80, soseats will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
View the agenda here.
Participation is free of charge but registration is needed.
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