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REPCON - Aviation Confidential Reporting Scheme

REPCON Aviation is established under the Air Navigation (Confidential Reporting) Regulations 2006 and allows any person who has an aviation safety concern to report it to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) confidentially. Personal information will not be disclosed unless permission is granted by the individual concerned. Only de-identified information will be used for safety action.

The following matters are not reportable safety concerns and are not guaranteed confidentiality:
a) matters showing a serious and imminent threat to a person’s health or life
b) terrorist acts
c) industrial relations matters
d) conduct that may constitute a serious crime.

NOTE 1: REPCON is not an alternative to the reporting requirements detailed in Regulations 2.3 and 2.4 of the Transport Safety Investigation Regulations 2003
NOTE 2: Submission of information known by the reporter to be false or misleading is a serious offence under section 137.1 of the Criminal Code.  Aiding, abetting, counselling, procuring or urging the submission of false or misleading information is also a serious offence.

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Misleading Reports: Submission of information known by the reporter to be false or misleading is a serious offence under section 137.1 of the Criminal Code.  Aiding, abetting, counselling, procuring or urging the submission of false or misleading information is also a serious offence. 

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IMPORTANT: The Aviation Accident or Incident Notification form is to be used to notify the ATSB about all aviation safety occurrences. Accidents and serious incidents (commonly called Immediately Reportable Matters), which affect the safety of aircraft must, in the first instance, be notified to the ATSB by telephone toll-free call - 1800 011 034.

To be completed by all reporters:

* (Mandatory fields must be completed before further action can be taken)
Today's date: 12/14/2017
Your name:*
Contact phone number (Include IDD code if overseas):*
Contact instructions:
Facsimile (Include IDD code if overseas):
Email:
Postal address:
State:
Postcode:
Your position:
Pilot – total flying hours:
Non pilot – relevant experience (years):

 
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