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You do not have to fill in this form but it will help us in improving air safety in the future.
The reason we collect the information in this form is to establish more information about the causes of airspace infringements which can then help in identifying ways of preventing or mitigating them and improving safety in the future.
Information we collect from these forms will be collated and analysed statistically by NATS for the identification of common factors and trends. NATS will also share the form with the UK Civil Aviation Authority under the principles of the MOR scheme as detailed in CAP382. The CAA will treat the data as a supplementary occurrence report and as such will not disclose the name of the person submitting the report or of a person to whom it relates unless required to do so by law or unless, in either case, the person concerned authorises disclosure. In addition to the above, the information we collect from these forms may be summarised into tables or charts and shared with other organisations for the purpose of improving safety. NATS will remove any personal data from the information before it shares the summaries with other organisations
We will not share your personal data with anyone outside NATS, apart from the CAA.
For further information on how your information is used, how we maintain the security of your information, and your right to access information we hold on you please see the CAA’s General privacy notice and Freedom of Information link.
Below is a list of Causal Factors associated with airspace infringements. These are grouped into:
Each section contains factors which may have caused or contributed to the airspace infringement occurring.
Please carefully read through the list and select up to 5 items which may have led to this infringement.
This section is optional but allows NATS to understand the factors which may have contributed to infringements.
Analysis of this data highlights potential areas for further research. It also allows NATS to focus on potential improvements and mitigations for benefit of all airspace users.
By completing this form, you are consenting to NATS holding your personal information. For further details on how NATS manages your personal information please see our privacy notice.