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Hazard, Incident and Accident Reporting

Safety Reporting System

Any hazard which has the potential to cause damage or injury or which threatens business viability in MCIA should be reported. Hazards, incidents or accidents are reported by staff, management, customers or passengers and external contractors. The forms may be paper or electronic. The report is considered and the need for a solution will be decided in a timely manner. All information is accepted with the aim of fixing problems not punishing people. 

All records produced shall be legible, identifiable, traceable to the activity, and where staff submits the information, it is recorded on the appropriate form. 

Reported risks are those that have been identified and can be managed. Unreported hazards and risks are difficult to identify and to fix. The company supports and encourages the open reporting and communication of hazards, incidents and accidents by having:

a. Non-punitive, confidential hazard reporting systems;

b. Formal and informal meetings to discuss safety concerns; and

c. Feedback from management about action taken as a result of hazard reports or safety meetings.

Both formal and informal processes are used to gather information from staff about hazards in our organization, including:

a. Hazard Report Forms

b. Safety Audits using Hazard Checklist

c. Confidential hazard reporting

d. Informal communication; and

e. Observations of work practices and work flow

Voluntary reporting of non-compliance is encouraged. MCIAA has a policy of not initiating disciplinary action against any employee who reports an incident affecting operational safety. However, blatant disregard of safety standards and rules will incur disciplinary action. If a breach of legislation has occurred the CAAP may also take action. 

 

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REPORTING HAZARDS, INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS

HAZARDS

Any employee observing a hazardous situation that could affect safety is encouraged to report it to the MCIAA Safety Management System Unit or directly to the Safety Manager. The Safety Manager will provide hazard-reporting forms, which may be used, for this purpose. Anonymous reports will be accepted.  

INCIDENTS:

Apart from aircraft incidents, other incidents are events other than an accident, associated with the operation of the aerodrome that results in injury or damage to vehicles, plant or equipment.  

ACCIDENTS

Apart from aircraft accident, other accidental damages to vehicles, plant or equipment; death or serious injury to personnel or customers resulting from aerodrome operations; or damage to other property or injury to other personnel resulting from company operations qualify as accidents and must be immediately reported to the Safety Manager. The Safety Manager shall notify the relevant authorities, as required, and conduct investigations into the event.  

Apart from aircraft incidents, other incidents are events other than an accident, associated with the operation of the aerodrome that results in injury or damage to vehicles, plant or equipment.  

 

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