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1 Interactive Reporting Requirements Matrix Disclaimer This dynamic representation of the reporting obligations within BR 216/2008 and its Implementing Rules has been prepared by the IORS Team in order to provide stakeholders with an updated and easy-to-read publication. It has been prepared by combining the officially published corresponding text of the regulations. However, this is not an official publication and the Agency accepts no liability for damage of any kind resulting from the risks inherent in the use of this document. Officially published documents, used to amalgamate all the elements into this presentation, may be found on the Agency’s webpage

2 ECR EASA (IORS / Acc Inv) EASA (IORS / Acc Inv) NAA/NSA DAH Part-M Part-145 AOC POA Part-M Part-145 MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS AIB DAH (NO Bilateral Agreement) DAH (NO Bilateral Agreement) DAH (Bilateral Agreement) DAH (Bilateral Agreement) AOC (Third Country Operator) AOC (Third Country Operator) EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES Click on the box corresponding to your organisation to show applicable reporting requirements* * Directive 2003/42 is excluded as transposition in each State might have slightly different reporting flows Other AOC PAN-EU ANSP PAN-EU ANSP POA (Single European) POA (Single European) AERODROME POA Foreign ATO ATO ANSP

3 EASA (acting as Competent authority) EASA (acting as Competent authority) PAN-EU ANSP PAN-EU ANSP RegulationParagraphText Regulation EU 1035/2011 Annex II, point g Annex V, chapter 2 ATS and CNS Providers shall also demonstrate that they have implemented the requirements on the reporting and assessment of safety occurrences in accordance with applicable national and Union law. R1035/2011 NSA Competent Authority designated by the Membe State NSA Competent Authority designated by the Membe State ANSP R1035/2011 ANSP R1035/2011 MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

4 EASA (IORS) EASA (IORS) DAH R748/2012 RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 748/2012 (Part 21) 21A.3A(b)(1) 21A.3A(b)(2) The holder of a type-certificate, restricted type-certificate, supplemental type-certificate, ETSO authorisation, major repair design approval or any other relevant approval deemed to have been issued under this Regulation shall report to the Agency any failure, malfunction, defect or other occurrence of which it is aware related to a product, part, or appliance covered by the type-certificate, restricted type-certificate, supplemental type-certificate, ETSO authorisation, major repair design approval or any other relevant approval deemed to have been issued under this Regulation, and which has resulted in or may result in an unsafe condition. These reports shall be made in a form and manner established by the Agency, as soon as practicable and in any case dispatched not later than 72 hours after the identification of the possible unsafe condition, unless exceptional circumstances prevent this. Regulation EC 748/2012 (Part 21) 21A.265.(e) The holder of a design organisation approval shall provide to the Agency information or instructions related to required actions under point 21.A.3B; MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

5 EASA (IORS) EASA (IORS) DAH POA (Single European) POA (Single European) R748/2012 POA DAH RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 748/2012 (Part 21) 21A.129.(f) 21A.165.(f) Each manufacturer or production approval holder of a product, part or appliance being manufactured under this subpart shall : 1. report to the holder of the type-certificate, restricted type-certificate or design approval, all cases where products, parts or appliances have been released by the manufacturer and subsequently identified to have deviations from the applicable design data, and investigate with the holder of the type-certificate, restricted type-certificate or design approval to identify those deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition; 2. report to the Agency and the competent authority of the Member State the deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition identified according to point (1). Such reports shall be made in a form and manner established by the Agency under point 21.A.3A(b)(2) or accepted by the competent authority of the Member State; 3. where the manufacturer acts as supplier to another production organisation, report also to that other organisation all cases where it has released products, parts or appliances to that organisation and subsequently identified them to have possible deviations from the applicable design data. The holder of a production organisation approval shall: 1. report to the holder of the type-certificate or design approval, all cases where products, parts or appliances have been released by the production organisation and subsequently identified to have possible deviations from the applicable design data, and investigate with the holder of the type-certificate or design approval in order to identify those deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition; 2. report to the Agency and the competent authority of the Member State the deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition identified according to point (1). Such reports shall be made in a form and manner established by the Agency under point 21.A.3A(b)(2) or accepted by the competent authority of the Member State; 3. where the holder of the production organisation approval is acting as a supplier to another production organisation, report also to that other organisation all cases where it has released products, parts or appliances to that organisation and subsequently identified them to have possible deviations from the applicable design data; Regulation EC 748/2012 (Part 21) 21A.265.(e) The holder of a design organisation approval shall provide to the Agency information or instructions related to required actions under point 21.A.3B; R748/2012 MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

6 EASA (IORS) EASA (IORS) DAH POA RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 748/2012 (Part 21) 21A.129.(f) 21A.165.(f) Each manufacturer or production approval holder of a product, part or appliance being manufactured under this subpart shall : 1. report to the holder of the type-certificate, restricted type-certificate or design approval, all cases where products, parts or appliances have been released by the manufacturer and subsequently identified to have deviations from the applicable design data, and investigate with the holder of the type-certificate, restricted type-certificate or design approval to identify those deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition; 2. report to the Agency and the competent authority of the Member State the deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition identified according to point (1). Such reports shall be made in a form and manner established by the Agency under point 21.A.3A(b)(2) or accepted by the competent authority of the Member State; 3. where the manufacturer acts as supplier to another production organisation, report also to that other organisation all cases where it has released products, parts or appliances to that organisation and subsequently identified them to have possible deviations from the applicable design data. The holder of a production organisation approval shall: 1. report to the holder of the type-certificate or design approval, all cases where products, parts or appliances have been released by the production organisation and subsequently identified to have possible deviations from the applicable design data, and investigate with the holder of the type-certificate or design approval in order to identify those deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition; 2. report to the Agency and the competent authority of the Member State the deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition identified according to point (1). Such reports shall be made in a form and manner established by the Agency under point 21.A.3A(b)(2) or accepted by the competent authority of the Member State; 3. where the holder of the production organisation approval is acting as a supplier to another production organisation, report also to that other organisation all cases where it has released products, parts or appliances to that organisation and subsequently identified them to have possible deviations from the applicable design data; Regulation EC 748/2012 (Part 21) 21A.265.(e) The holder of a design organisation approval shall provide to the Agency information or instructions related to required actions under point 21.A.3B; POA DAH NAA Competent Authority of MS NAA Competent Authority of MS R748/2012 MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

7 NAA Competent Authority designated by the State of Registry and/or MS of the AOC NAA Competent Authority designated by the State of Registry and/or MS of the AOC DAH Part-M AOC / Owner R2042/2003 DAH R2042/2003 RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 2042/2003 (Part M) M.A.202 (a) Any person or organisation responsible under M.A.201 shall report to the State of registry, the organisation responsible for the type design or supplemental type design and, if applicable, the Member State of operator, any identified condition of an aircraft or component that hazards seriously the flight safety. (b) Reports shall be made in a manner established by the Agency and contain all pertinent information about the condition known to the person or organisation. (c) Where the person or organisation maintaining the aircraft is contracted by an owner or an operator to carry out maintenance, the person or the organisation maintaining the aircraft shall also report to the owner, the operator or the continuing airworthiness management organisation any such condition affecting the owner's or the operator's aircraft or component. (d) Reports shall be made as soon as practicable, but in any case within 72 hours of the person or organisation identifying the condition to which the report relates. MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

8 NAA Competent Authority of MS NAA Competent Authority of MS DAH Part-145 AOC DAH AOC R2042/2003 RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 2042/2003 (Part 145) 145.A.60 (a) The organisation [to qualify for the issue or continuation of an approval for the maintenance of aircraft and components] shall report to the competent authority, the state of registry and the organisation responsible for the design of the aircraft or component any condition of the aircraft or component identified by the organisation that has resulted or may result in an unsafe condition that hazards seriously the flight safety. (b) The organisation shall establish an internal occurrence reporting system as detailed in the exposition to enable the collection and evaluation of such reports, including the assessment and extraction of those occurrences to be reported under paragraph (a). This procedure shall identify adverse trends, corrective actions taken or to be taken by the organisation to address deficiencies and include evaluation of all known relevant information relating to such occurrences and a method to circulate the information as necessary. (c) The organisation shall make such reports in a form and manner established by the Agency and ensure that they contain all pertinent information about the condition and evaluation results known to the organisation. (d) Where the organisation is contracted by a commercial operator to carry out maintenance, the organisation shall also report to the operator any such condition affecting the operator's aircraft or component. (e) The organisation shall produce and submit such reports as soon as practicable but in any case within 72 hours of the organisation identifying the condition to which the report relates. MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

9 NAA Authority of Operator / nearest Authority NAA Authority of Operator / nearest Authority DAH Part-M Part-145 AOC Part-M Part-145 AIB (any other organisation required by the State of the operator to be informed) AIB (any other organisation required by the State of the operator to be informed) DAH RegulationParag.Text Regulation EU 965/2012 (AIR-OPS) ORO.GEN. 160 Occurrence reporting (a) The operator shall report to the competent authority, and to any other organisation required by the State of the operator to be informed, any accident, serious incident and occurrence as defined in Regulation (EU) No 996/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council and Directive 2003/42/EC. (b) Without prejudice to point (a) the operator shall report to the competent authority and to the organisation responsible for the design of the aircraft any incident, malfunction, technical defect, exceeding of technical limitations, occurrence that would highlight inaccurate, incomplete or ambiguous information contained in data established in accordance with Commission Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 or other irregular circumstance that has or may have endangered the safe operation of the aircraft and that has not resulted in an accident or serious incident. (c) Without prejudice to Regulation (EU) No 996/2010, Directive 2003/42/EC, Commission Regulation (EC) No 1321/2007 ( 3 ) and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1330/2007 ( 4 ), the reports referred in paragraphs (a) and (b) shall be made in a form and manner established by the competent authority and contain all pertinent information about the condition known to the operator. (d) Reports shall be made as soon as practicable, but in any case within 72 hours of the operator identifying the condition to which the report relates, unless exceptional circumstances prevent this. (e) Where relevant, the operator shall produce a follow-up report to provide details of actions it intends to take to prevent similar occurrences in the future, as soon as these actions have been identified. This report shall be produced in a form and manner established by the competent authority. Regulation EU 965/2012 (AIR-OPS) CAT.GEN. MPA.105 Responsibili ties of the commander (c) Whenever an aircraft in flight has manoeuvred in response to an airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS) resolution advisory (RA), the commander shall submit an ACAS report to the competent authority. (d) Bird hazards and strikes: (1) Whenever a potential bird hazard is observed, the commander shall inform the air traffic service (ATS) unit as soon as flight crew workload allows. (2) Whenever an aircraft for which the commander is responsible suffers a bird strike that results in significant damage to the aircraft or the loss or malfunction of any essential service, the commander shall submit a written bird strike report after landing to the competent authority. ANSP R965/2012 MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES EU-OPS 

10 NAA Authority of Operator / nearest Authority NAA Authority of Operator / nearest Authority DAH Part-M Part-145 AOC Part-M Part-145 EU ORGANISATIONS NON-EU ORGANISATIONS AIB (any other organisation required by the State of the operator to be informed) AIB (any other organisation required by the State of the operator to be informed) DAH EU AVIATION AUTHORITIES RegulationParag.Text Regulation EC 859/2008 (EU-OPS) 1.420(b) 2. The commander or the operator of an aeroplane shall submit a report to the Authority of any incident that endangers or could endangers the safety of operation. 4. A commander shall ensure that all known or suspected technical defects and all exceedances of technical limitations […] are recorded in the aircraft technical log. If the deficiency or exceedance of technical limitations endangers or could endanger the safety of operation, the commander must in addition initiate the submission of a report to the Authority […]. 5. In the case of incidents, arising from, or relating to, any failure, malfunction or defect in the aeroplane, its equipment or any item of ground support equipment or which cause or might cause adverse effects on the continuing airworthiness of the aeroplane, the operator must also inform the organisation responsible for the design or the supplier or, if applicable, the organisation responsible for continued airworthiness, at the same time as a report is submitted to the Authority. Regulation EC 859/2008 (EU-OPS) (c) 2. An operator shall ensure that the Authority in the State of the operator, the nearest appropriate Authority, and any other organisation required by the State of the operator to be informed, are notified […] accident or serious incident […]. 3. The commander or the operator of an aeroplane shall submit a report to the authority in the State of the operator within 72 hours of the time when the accident or serious incident occurred. Regulation EC 859/2008 (EU-OPS) (d) 1. Air traffic incidents. A commander shall without delay notify the air traffic service unit concerned of the incident […]. 2. Airborne collision avoidance system resolution advisory. A commander shall notify the air traffic service unit concerned and submit an ACAS report to the Authority whenever an aircraft in flight has manoeuvred in response to an ACAS resolution advisory. 3. Bird hazards and strikes (i) A commander shall immediately inform the local air traffic service unit whenever a potential bird hazard is observed. (ii) If he/she is aware that a bird strike has occurred, a commander shall submit a written bird strike report after landing to the Authority whenever an aircraft for which he/she is responsible suffers a bird strike that results in significant damage to the aircraft or the loss or malfunction of any essential service. If the bird strike is discovered when the commander is not available, the operator is responsible for submitting the report. 4. Dangerous goods incidents and accidents. An operator shall report dangerous goods incidents and accidents to the Authority and the appropriate Authority in the State where the accident or incident occurred […]. The first report shall be dispatched within 72 hours of the event [] 5. Unlawful interference. Following an act of unlawful interference on board an aircraft, the commander or, in his/her absence, the operator shall submit a report, as soon as practicable to the local Authority and to the Authority in the State of the operator. 6. Encountering potential hazardous conditions. A commander shall notify the appropriate air traffic services unit as soon as practicable whenever a potentially hazardous condition […] ANSP R859/2008

11 EASA (IORS) EASA (IORS) DAH POA DAH R748/2012 POA RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 748/2012 (Part 21) 21A.129.(f) 21A.165.(f) Each manufacturer or production approval holder of a product, part or appliance being manufactured under this subpart shall : 1. report to the holder of the type-certificate, restricted type-certificate or design approval, all cases where products, parts or appliances have been released by the manufacturer and subsequently identified to have deviations from the applicable design data, and investigate with the holder of the type-certificate, restricted type-certificate or design approval to identify those deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition; 2. report to the Agency and the competent authority of the Member State the deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition identified according to point (1). Such reports shall be made in a form and manner established by the Agency under point 21.A.3A(b)(2) or accepted by the competent authority of the Member State; 3. where the manufacturer acts as supplier to another production organisation, report also to that other organisation all cases where it has released products, parts or appliances to that organisation and subsequently identified them to have possible deviations from the applicable design data. The holder of a production organisation approval shall: 1. report to the holder of the type-certificate or design approval, all cases where products, parts or appliances have been released by the production organisation and subsequently identified to have possible deviations from the applicable design data, and investigate with the holder of the type-certificate or design approval in order to identify those deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition; 2. report to the Agency and the competent authority of the Member State the deviations which could lead to an unsafe condition identified according to point (1). Such reports shall be made in a form and manner established by the Agency under point 21.A.3A(b)(2) or accepted by the competent authority of the Member State; 3. where the holder of the production organisation approval is acting as a supplier to another production organisation, report also to that other organisation all cases where it has released products, parts or appliances to that organisation and subsequently identified them to have possible deviations from the applicable design data; Regulation EC 748/2012 (Part 21) 21A.265.(e) The holder of a design organisation approval shall provide to the Agency information or instructions related to required actions under point 21.A.3B; R748/2012 MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

12 NAA Competent Authority designated by the State of Registry and/or MS of the AOC NAA Competent Authority designated by the State of Registry and/or MS of the AOC DAH AOC Part-M DAH AOC R2042/2003 RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 2042/2003 (Part M) M.A.202 (a) Any person or organisation responsible under M.A.201 shall report to the State of registry, the organisation responsible for the type design or supplemental type design and, if applicable, the Member State of operator, any identified condition of an aircraft or component that hazards seriously the flight safety. (b) Reports shall be made in a manner established by the Agency and contain all pertinent information about the condition known to the person or organisation. (c) Where the person or organisation maintaining the aircraft is contracted by an owner or an operator to carry out maintenance, the person or the organisation maintaining the aircraft shall also report to the owner, the operator or the continuing airworthiness management organisation any such condition affecting the owner's or the operator's aircraft or component. (d) Reports shall be made as soon as practicable, but in any case within 72 hours of the person or organisation identifying the condition to which the report relates. MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

13 EASA (IORS) EASA (IORS) DAH AOC Part-145 DAH AOC R2042/2003 RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 2042/2003 (Part 145) 145.A.60 (a) The organisation [to qualify for the issue or continuation of an approval for the maintenance of aircraft and components] shall report to the competent authority, the state of registry and the organisation responsible for the design of the aircraft or component any condition of the aircraft or component identified by the organisation that has resulted or may result in an unsafe condition that hazards seriously the flight safety. (b) The organisation shall establish an internal occurrence reporting system as detailed in the exposition to enable the collection and evaluation of such reports, including the assessment and extraction of those occurrences to be reported under paragraph (a). This procedure shall identify adverse trends, corrective actions taken or to be taken by the organisation to address deficiencies and include evaluation of all known relevant information relating to such occurrences and a method to circulate the information as necessary. (c) The organisation shall make such reports in a form and manner established by the Agency and ensure that they contain all pertinent information about the condition and evaluation results known to the organisation. (d) Where the organisation is contracted by a commercial operator to carry out maintenance, the organisation shall also report to the operator any such condition affecting the operator's aircraft or component. (e) The organisation shall produce and submit such reports as soon as practicable but in any case within 72 hours of the organisation identifying the condition to which the report relates. MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

14 EASA (IORS) EASA (IORS) DAH (NO Bilateral Agreement) DAH (NO Bilateral Agreement) R748/2012 RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 748/2012 (Part 21) 21A.3A(b)(1) 21A.3A(b)(2) The holder of a type-certificate, restricted type-certificate, supplemental type-certificate, ETSO authorisation, major repair design approval or any other relevant approval deemed to have been issued under this Regulation shall report to the Agency any failure, malfunction, defect or other occurrence of which it is aware related to a product, part, or appliance covered by the type-certificate, restricted type-certificate, supplemental type-certificate, ETSO authorisation, major repair design approval or any other relevant approval deemed to have been issued under this Regulation, and which has resulted in or may result in an unsafe condition. These reports shall be made in a form and manner established by the Agency, as soon as practicable and in any case dispatched not later than 72 hours after the identification of the possible unsafe condition, unless exceptional circumstances prevent this. MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

15 EASA (IORS / Acc Inv) EASA (IORS / Acc Inv) AOC (Third Country Operator) AOC (Third Country Operator) TCO Regulation (Opinion 5/2012) RegulationParagraphText Opinion 5/2012 TCO.200 General requirements (e) Without prejudice to Regulation (EU) No 996/20103, the third country operator shall without undue delay report to the Agency any accident as defined in ICAO Annex 13, involving aircraft used under its AOC. MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

16 ECR EASA (IORS) EASA (IORS) NAA/NSA R1321/2007 R216/2008 R996/2012 R290/2012 R965/2012 RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 1321/2007 Article 2. Central repository The Commission shall set up and manage a central repository to store all information received from the MS. Each MS shall agree with the Commission the technical protocols for the update of the central repository by transfer of all relevant safety-related information contained in the national databases.[…] This shall ensure that all relevant safety- related information contained in the national databases shall be integrated in the central repository. Regulation EC 996/2010 Article 19. Occurrence reporting EASA and the competent authorities of the MS shall in collaboration participate regularly in the exchange and analysis of information […]. Regulation 216/2008 Article 15 Information network 1. The Commission, the Agency and the national aviation authorities shall exchange any information available to them in the context of the application of this Regulation and its implementing rules. Entities entrusted with the investigation of civil aviation accidents and incidents, or with the analysis of occurrences, are entitled to access to that information. Regulation 290/2012 ARO.GEN.125 (b) The competent authority shall provide the Agency with safety-significant information stemming from the occurrence reports it has received. Regulation 965/2012 ARA.GEN.125 (b) The competent authority shall provide the Agency with safety-significant information stemming from the occurrence reports it has received. MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

17 EASA (Acc Inv) EASA (Acc Inv) NAA MS and third countries concerned NAA MS and third countries concerned AIB R996/2010 RegulationParagraphText Regulation EC 996/2010 Article 9. Obligation to notify accidents and serious incidents Any person involved who has knowledge of the occurrence of an accident or serious incident shall notify without delay the competent safety investigation authority of the state of occurrence thereof. The safety investigation authority shall notify without delay the commission, EASA, the international civil aviation organisation, the MS and third countries concerned in accordance with the international standards and recommended practices of the occurrence of all accidents and serious incidents of which it has been notified. Regulation EC 996/2010 Article 15. Communication of information Without prejudice to the obligations set out […] the safety investigation authority in charge shall communicate the information which it deems relevant to the prevention of an accident or serious incident, to persons responsible for aircraft or aircraft equipment manufacture or maintenance, and to individuals or legal entities responsible for operating aircraft or for the training of personnel. Without prejudice to the obligations set out […] the safety investigation authority in charge and the accredited representative(s) […] shall release to EASA and national civil aviation authorities relevant factual information obtained during the safety investigation, except information referred to art.14(1) or causing a conflict of interest. The information received by EASA and the national civil aviation authorities shall be protected […]. Regulation EC 996/2010 Article 19. Occurrence reporting EASA and the competent authorities of the MS shall in collaboration participate regularly in the exchange and analysis of information […]. MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

18 NAA Competent Authority of MS NAA Competent Authority of MS DAH ATO DAH R290/2012 RegulationParagraphText Regulation 290/2012 ORA.GEN.160 a) The organisation shall report to the competent authority, and to any other organisation required by the State of the operator to be informed, any accident, serious incident and occurrence as defined in Regulation (EU) No 996/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council ( 1 ) and Directive 2003/42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council ( 2 ). (b) Without prejudice to paragraph (a) the organisation shall report to the competent authority and to the organisation responsible for the design of the aircraft any incident, malfunction, technical defect, exceeding of technical limitations, occurrence that would highlight inaccurate, incomplete or ambiguous information contained in data established in accordance with Part-21 or other irregular circumstance that has or may have endangered the safe operation of the aircraft and that has not resulted in an accident or serious incident. (c) Without prejudice to Regulation (EU) No 996/2010, Directive 2003/42/EC, Commission Regulation (EC) No 1321/2007 ( 3 ) and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1330/2007 ( 4 ), the reports referred in paragraphs (a) and (b) shall be made in a form and manner established by the competent authority and contain all pertinent information about the condition known to the organisation. (d) Reports shall be made as soon as practicable, but in any case within 72 hours of the organisation identifying the condition to which the report relates, unless exceptional circumstances prevent this. (e) Where relevant, the organisation shall produce a follow-up report to provide details of actions it intends to take to prevent similar occurrences in the future, as soon as these actions have been identified. This report shall be produced in a form and manner established by the competent authority. MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

19 DAH ATO DAH R290/2012 RegulationParagraphText Regulation 290/2012 ORA.GEN.16 0 a) The organisation shall report to the competent authority, and to any other organisation required by the State of the operator to be informed, any accident, serious incident and occurrence as defined in Regulation (EU) No 996/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council ( 1 ) and Directive 2003/42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council ( 2 ). (b) Without prejudice to paragraph (a) the organisation shall report to the competent authority and to the organisation responsible for the design of the aircraft any incident, malfunction, technical defect, exceeding of technical limitations, occurrence that would highlight inaccurate, incomplete or ambiguous information contained in data established in accordance with Part-21 or other irregular circumstance that has or may have endangered the safe operation of the aircraft and that has not resulted in an accident or serious incident. (c) Without prejudice to Regulation (EU) No 996/2010, Directive 2003/42/EC, Commission Regulation (EC) No 1321/2007 ( 3 ) and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1330/2007 ( 4 ), the reports referred in paragraphs (a) and (b) shall be made in a form and manner established by the competent authority and contain all pertinent information about the condition known to the organisation. (d) Reports shall be made as soon as practicable, but in any case within 72 hours of the organisation identifying the condition to which the report relates, unless exceptional circumstances prevent this. (e) Where relevant, the organisation shall produce a follow-up report to provide details of actions it intends to take to prevent similar occurrences in the future, as soon as these actions have been identified. This report shall be produced in a form and manner established by the competent authority. EASA (IORS) EASA (IORS) MS ORGANISATIONS NON-MS ORGANISATIONS EU/MS AVIATION AUTHORITIES

20 No reporting requirements within the European context are recorded for this type of organisation. Refer to current Bilateral Agreement with the State of Design for further information on exchange of safety information.

21 No reporting requirements within the European context are recorded for this type of organisation

22 Abbreviations: AIB – Accident Investigation Board ANSP – Air Navigation Service Provider AOC – Air Operator Certificate ATO – Approved Training Organisation DAH – Design Approval Holder, written convention that includes The holder of a type-certificate, restricted type-certificate, supplemental type- certificate, ETSO authorisation, major repair design approval or any other relevant approval deemed to have been issued under Regulation 748/2012, EASA – European Aviation Safety Agency ECR – The European Central Repository of the European Commission EU – The European Union NAA – National Aviation Authority of the Member State NSA – National Safety Authority of the Member State Part Part 145 of the Regulation 2042/2003 Part-M – Part M of the Regulation 2042/2003 POA – Production Organisation Approval holder Acc – Accident

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