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(Español) 8 de Marzo – Día Internacional de la Mujer

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Los organismos AIG que formamos parte del ARCM celebramos junto a todas las mujeres que desde sus distintos puestos de trabajo honran a cada uno de los Estados- Parte, y que tienen un rol preponderante en la seguridad y la sustentabilidad de la aviación. Read More

First Safety Recommendation of the ARCM

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Incluida en el informe final de la IV Reunión AIG/SAM-4. Apunta a mitigar la cantidad de accidentes o incidentes comprendidos en la categoría “Excursión de pista” (RE – Runway Excursion), en forma armonizada para todos los Estados de la región.

La primera Recomendación de Seguridad Operacional (RSO) comprensiva para todos los Estados de la región SAM propone “generar y/o intensificar acciones adecuadas en las etapas de  instrucción y entrenamiento” entre sus operadores de servicios aéreos.

La propuesta surgió como resultado del trabajo realizado por un grupo multinacional ad hoc, presentado como NE 11 en la reciente reunión AIG-SAM/4 de Brasilia, Brasil. El “grupo de tareas de excursiones de pista” del ARCM analizó la totalidad de sucesos englobados en esta categoría durante 2016, de acuerdo a lo reportado por todos los países de la región SAM.

Textualmente, la RSO general del ARCM indica que “Los Estados deben impulsar medidas de mitigación para generar y/o intensificar acciones adecuadas de instrucción y entrenamiento entre sus operadores de servicios aéreos  durante la etapa de instrucción inicial o recurrente, que permita que las tripulaciones puedan identificar y accionar sobre las variables que conforman los factores desencadenantes de una RE. Recalcando que en la instrucción se tenga presente los análisis particulares de los aeropuertos donde se realizan los vuelos y los tipos de aeronaves”.

ADREP/ECCAIRS Workshop

In the framework of the South American AIG Regional Cooperation Mechanism (ARCM), and as part of the 2016 Training Programme,  the “ADREP (Accident and Incident Reporting Systems)/ECCAIRS Systems Workshop” is taking place from 19 to 23 September 2016 at the headquarters of the ICAO South American Regional Office in the city of Lima (Peru). It has the participation of more than thirthy representatives of the South American and Caribbean States, including the following:

the Bahamas, Brazil, Costa Rica, Guyana, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic and Venezuela.

One of the objectives of the ARCM is to incorporate the AIG Authorities of the SAM Region to the ARCM SDCPS (Safety Data Collection and Processing System). The SDCPS is a regional database of South American aircraft accidents and incidents.

The instructors from the ICAO South American Regional Office and JIAAC Argentina must provide support to the States in the implementation of a database with reactive information (accidents, serious incidents and incidents) facilitating information exchange in the Region.

I ADREP/ECCAIRS Workshop

In the framework of the AIG Regional Cooperation Mechanism (ARCM) and as part of the Training Programme for 2016, the First ADREP/ECCAIRS (Accident and Incident Reporting Systems) Workshop was held from 25 to 29 July 2016 at the headquarters of the National Civil Aviation and Aviation Infrastructure Directorate (DINACIA) of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay. The workshop had instructors from the ICAO South American Regional Office and JIAAC Argentina.

The main goal of the workshop is to incorporate the AIG Authority from Uruguay into the ARCM SDCPS (Safety Data Collection and Processing Systems). The SDCPS is an aviation accident and incident regional database of South America.

Other goals are to advise the technology staff to implement a State safety database and train DINACIA officials about the use of the tool.

More information: www.dinacia.gub.uy

First Accident Investigators Workshop-ARCM

The First Accident Investigators Workshop was held in the ARCM framework the last 20 to 24 June 2016 at ICAO headquarters in Lima. Investigators´ representatives of the following States attended the workshop:  

Argentina- Bolivia- Colombia- Chile- Panama- Paraguay- Peru

WP ASSEMBLY – 39TH SESSION

ESTABLISHMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AIG REGIONAL COOPERATION MECHANISM (ARCM) OF SOUTH AMERICA

 

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Agenda: First Accident Investigators Workshop-ARCM

DATE

 20 to 24 June 2016

LOCATION

Víctor Andrés Beláunde 147- Centro Empresarial Real- Torre 4, San Isidro- Lima, Peru.

AGENDA

WE WILL BE WAITING FOR YOU!

Multinational Investigator Workshop

LAST REGISTRATION DAY: 29 April

(REGISTRATION CLOSED. Thank you very much!)

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GENERAL INFORMATION

ARCM INVITATION

REGISTRATION FORM

AIG-SAM/3

Third AIG Authorities Meeting of South America

DRAFT REPORT- AIG-SAM/3 

Agenda

Agenda Item 1 - ARCM implementation progress
Agenda Item 2 - Review and signature of the AIG Cooperation Agreement among the ARCM States

AIG Cooperation Agreement proposal among the ARCM States

Agenda Item 3 - AIG regulations review

Proposals for the amendment of the AIG State regulation

Proposals for the amendment of LAR 113

Agenda Item 4 - ARCM AIG procedures manual review

Proposals for the amendment of the ARCM accidents and incidents investigation procedures manual

Agenda Item 5 - ARCM AIG training programme review

Proposals for the amendment of the ARCM AIG training programme

Agenda Item 6 - ARCM Safety data collection and processing system (SDCPS) procedures review

Proposal on procedures for the implementation of the ARCM safety data collection and processing system (SDCPS).

Agenda Item 7 -   Investigation of non-serious incidents

Role of the organizations involved in the investigation of non-serious incidents

Agenda Item 8 - 2016 ARCM activities programme approval

2016 ARCM activities programme proposal

Agenda Item 9 - South American ARCM multinational investigator certification

South American ARCM multinational investigator certification manual proposal

Agenda Item 10 - Otros issues

ARCM web page proposal review

ARCM logo proposal review

ARCM Executive Committee meetings venue proposal

Presentation of the ARCM organization and planning manual

Presentation of the ARCM accidents and incidents investigation policies and procedures manual

Signing of Multinational Agreement

  • Marcos COSTA - Pamela SUÁREZ - Oscar QUESADA - Marcelo UREÑA
  • ARGENTINA - Pamela SUÁREZ (Presidenta JIAAC)
  • BOLIVIA- Franz Ronald TAMAYO DE LA ROCHA (Director de Seguridad Operacional)
  • COLOMBIA- Gustavo Adolfo IRIARTE (Jefe AIG)
  • ECUADOR- Armando DURÁN NUÑEZ (Presidente JIA)
  • GUYANA- Paula MC ADAM (AIG UNIT )
  • PANAMÁ- Robert KATZ (Subdirector AAC)
  • PERÚ- Fernando MELGAR (Presidente CIAA)
  • URUGUAY- Ruben VILLAGRA (Director de la CIAIA)

 

During the Third AIG Meeting held in Lima 7-9 March, the Multinational Agreement was signed in the framework of the ARCM among the South American Accident Investigation Organizations and/or Civil Aviation Authorities in order to formalize cooperation for the accident and incident investigation of the SAM Region

Authorities:

  • Marcos COSTA (Chief of ICAO´s Accident Investigation Section)
  • Pamela SUÁREZ (Chairman of the ARCM Executive Committee)
  • Oscar QUESADA (ICAO South American Deputy Regional Director)
  • Marcelo UREÑA (Safety Regional Officer)

States that signed:

  • ARGENTINA – Pamela SUÁREZ (JIAAC President)
  • BOLIVIA– Franz Ronald TAMAYO DE LA ROCHA (Safety Director)
  • COLOMBIA– Gustavo Adolfo IRIARTE (AIG Chief)
  • ECUADOR– Armando DURÁN NUÑEZ (JIA President)
  • GUYANA– Paula MC ADAM (AIG UNIT)
  • PANAMA– Robert KATZ (AAC Deputy Director)
  • PERU– Fernando MELGAR (CIAA President)
  • URUGUAY– Ruben VILLAGRA (CIAIA Director)

Countries that will sign: Brazil- Chile- Paraguay- Suriname- Venezuela.