Important information about occurrence reporting
Please keep this information in mind when filling out occurrence reports.
Please note that there should not be sent reports to CAA Norway containing information that can identify individuals involved in the occurrence, e.g. name, social security number etc. This applies both in the report (including the narrative/reporters description and attachments) and potential analysis and follow-up.
Voluntary Occurrence Reporting
Voluntary Occurrence Reporting (VOR) in Regulation (EU) No 376/2014 Article 5 can be anything that affects aviation safety and is not listed in implementing regulation (EU) 2015/1018 (MOR). Most aviation organisations require the employees to internally report more than is listed in regulation (EU) 2015/1018. If the reported voluntary occurrence had any effect or potentially could have had an effect on aviation safety, the organisation is required to transmit the report to CAA Norway. Please note that these reports should be marked as voluntary occurrence reports in order to separate them from mandatory occurrence reports.
Occurrence analysis and follow-up
Article 13 nr.4 in regulation (EU) 376/2014 specify the obligation to send analysis and follow-up to the competent authority. We recommend that organisations using reporting form NF-2007 in Altinn send their analysis and follow-up to e-mail NFemail@example.com. Please note that there shall be no names in the attachment.
Last updated on 10.06.2021.