About this initiative


This proposal will evaluate the rules on how to report, analyse and follow up on accidents and incidents in civil aviation.

It will assess how effective, efficient, relevant and consistent the rules are, and whether they add value.

Type of act
Staff working document


Feedback: closed

Evaluation and Fitness Check Roadmap
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Feedback period
24 April 2019 - 22 May 2019 (midnight Brussels time)
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Feedback (14)

  • DJI (Netherlands)
    22 May 2019 Company/business organisation
    DJI (Netherlands)

    Aviation – reporting safety-related incidents Evaluation and Fitness Check Roadmap DJI welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the evaluation of the European rules on how to report, analyse and follow up on accidents and incidents in civil aviation. In view of the new EASA Basic Regulation, the upcoming regulatory framework for product and operational requirements for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), and the ongoing work to create a European...

  • ATCEUC (Italy)
    22 May 2019 Trade union
    ATCEUC (Italy)

    European ATCOs’ Unions represented by ATCEUC have really appreciated the introduction of Just Culture principles in the European Legislation through Regulation (EU) 376/2014 and the following related Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1018. Safety is often defined “Paramount”, but Aviation Operators knows that it is not forever, and it is mandatory to continue to work to enhance the overall safety performance of the system. For this reason,...

  • Zurich Airport LSZH (Switzerland)
    22 May 2019 Business association
    Zurich Airport LSZH (Switzerland)

    Our feedback is focused for the aviation safety reporting, in particular the reporting via ECCAIRS. - It should be defined how an incident or accident should be classified. In case of an incident, the most credible or the worst occurrence. In case of an accident, the effective or the potentially worst event? Maybe it would make sense, when EASA provides two different risk matrixes. - Some occurrences are classified as «major” and a follow-up...

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Public consultation

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Feedback period
07 November 2019 - 30 January 2020 (midnight Brussels time)

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Planned for
Third quarter 2020

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