Stakeholder Consultation is an integral part of the policy-making process in the IAA Safety Regulation Division. Consultation enables the IAA to be more open and its policies more effective by inviting and taking note of the views of relevant industries and other involved organisations and the public. The IAA consults on matters that include changes to legislation, the issue of new policy documents and the issue of guidance material.
The IAA consults with a wide range of organisations as it carries out its business.
Please note that EASA conducts the consultation process for changes to EU regulation relating to aviation safety. Notices of Proposed Ammendment (NPAs) may be accessed on the EASA website.
Establishment of a Just Culture Body
The Department of Transport Tourism and Sport have designated the IAA as the ‘just culture body’, as required by article 16(12) of Regulation (EU) 376 of 2014 on the reporting, analysis and follow-up of occurrences in civil aviation. SI 195 of 2020 refers. The IAA's Establishment of a Just Culture Body in Ireland - Consultation Document outlines how the organisation will implement this new role.
The IAA welcomes your views or questions on the implementation of the Occurrence Reporting regulation and stakeholders are now invited to provide their comments using the ‘Comment Response Document’ provided. We expect to publish the responses we receive on our website as soon as practicable after the consultation period expires.
The consultation period ran until the 22nd June 2020.