Report Everything?

Typically most organisations will have their own reporting system. Some of these will cover more than just safety occurrence reporting, so an aviation regulator will not want all of their reports. The organisation may then have a process to review their reports to select those to file with their regulator, which would certainly include those on that mandatory list and those they feel they should share, voluntarily.

 

Everyone is free to report and people are free to file mandatory or voluntary reports without going through an organisation.

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