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N JO 7210.633 Operational Error Reporting, Investigation and Severity Policies. Target Audience: Terminal Operational Personnel Effective June 25, 2007. Background.

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N jo 7210 633 operational error reporting investigation and severity policies

N JO 7210.633Operational Error Reporting, Investigation and Severity Policies

Target Audience: Terminal Operational Personnel

Effective June 25, 2007


Background

Background

  • Terminal operational personnel were previously trained on N JO 7210.645, Operational Errors Severity and Proximity Events, which took effect 2/26/07

  • N JO 7210.650, which took effect 4/30/07 canceled N JO 7210.645.

  • N JO 7210.663 is the latest change and will become effective on 6/25/07. It will cancel N JO 7210.650.


Background cont

Background (cont)

  • N JO 7210.663 changes:

    • The major change for the control workforce is that Proximity Events (PEs) are no longer considered Operational Errors (OEs)

      • N JO 7210.645 changed Category D OEs to Proximity Events, but a Proximity event was still considered an error

    • Training documentation and reporting requirements for PEs will be different than those for OEs and ODs

    • The definition of an OE has changed


Proximity event pe definition

Proximity Event (PE): Definition

  • A loss of separation minima where 90 percent or greater separation is retained in either the horizontal or vertical plane, and does not include any violation of wake turbulence separation minima. A Proximity Event is not an operational error.


Operational error oe new definition

Operational Error (OE): New Definition

  • Less than 90 percent of the applicable separation minima results between two or more airborne aircraft…

    • N JO 7210.663

  • Used to say “Less than the applicable separation minima…”


  • Pe employee notification

    PE: Employee Notification

    • Employees are not required to be verbally notified that they have been associated with a possible PE

    • Employees are required to be verbally notified that they have been associated with a possible OE/OD


    Pe training documentation

    PE: Training Documentation

    • No requirement for a separate page in Section VI of the 3120-1

    • The following training items must be entered in the 3120-1 without reference to the PE

      • Any associated remedial or skill enhancement training

      • Any associated recertification


    Pe different reporting form

    PE: Different Reporting Form

    • Possible OMIC/OSIC/CIC responsibility

    • Proximity Events will be reported on a different reporting form than the 7210-2 used for OE/ODs – The PE reporting form will be 7210-6

    • Faxing Form 7210-6 to the ROC/WOC within 4 hours of the PE. Verification that the fax was received is the only required notification for PEs.


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