On 15 November 2015, the new regulation EU 376/2014 on the reporting, analysis and follow-up of occurrences in civil aviation came into force across Europe. It requires aviation organisations to adopt and maintain a proactive Just Culture to facilitate the collection of key safety data and information and to protect the reports as well as the information. It is a powerful piece of legislation that will contribute to the improvement of flight safety – provided we, pilots, as the first contributors of the system, feed the report database.
To guide pilots through this new legislation, we created this dedicated webpage, where you will find links to all kinds of material & articles. We will keep it up-to-date, so stay tuned!
- EU 376/2014 Regulation on the reporting, analysis and follow-up of occurrences in civil aviation
- Implementing Regulation 2015/1018 (List of mandatory occurrence reporting)
About the new legislation
- The New Occurrence Reporting in a Nutshell
- A closer look at EU 376/2014 - Inside the New Occurrence Reporting Regulation
- FAQs: The new EU Occurrence Reporting Regulation in practice
- EU 376/2014: Who Decides? - Event Review Boards & Board of Appeal
- Just Culture needs more than legislation!
- The judiciary, a central piece of Just Culture
- ECA's Just Culture Ambassadors
- Rudy Pont's Interview on Just Culture