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FAR section for NTSB
49 CFR Part 830
NTSB regulations cover
- notification and reporting of accidents and incidents
- overdue aircraft (believed to be involved in an accident)
- preservation of aircraft wreckage, mail, cargo, and records
830.1 Applicability
accident
results in death, serious injury, or substantial damage to aircraft
830.2 Definitions
civil aircraft
other than public aircraft
830.2 Definitions
fatal injury
death within 30 days of the accident
830.2 Definitions
incident
other than an accident
830.2 Definitions
operator
person who authorizes the operation
830.2 Definitions
public aircraft
government aircraft
830.2 Definitions
serious injury
- hospitalization for more than 48 hours within 7 days of the accident
- fracture of any bone except fingers, toes, or nose
- severe hemorrhages, nerve, muscle, or tendon damage
- any internal organ
- second- or third-degree burns or burns to more than 5% of the body
830.2 Definitions
(5 items)
substantial damage
- adversely affects structural strength, performance, or flight characteristics
- requires major repair or replacement
830.2 Definitions
substantial damage does NOT include
- engine failure or damage to one engine
- bent fairings or cowling
- dented skin
- small puncture holes
- ground damage to rotor or propeller blades
- damage to landing gear, wheels, tires, flaps, brakes, wingtips, engine accessories (things that help you slow down, stop)
830.2 Definitions
when should you notify the NTSB?
- accident or serious incident occurs
- overdue aircraft is believed to have been in an accident
830.5 Immediate notification
serious incidents
- flight control system malfunction or failure
- crewmmber unable to perform duties (injury or illness)
- turbine expels debris other than out the exhaust path
- in-flight fire (not ground fire)
- in-flight collision (not ground collision)
- damage to property in excess of $25,000
- damage to helicopter (main or tail rotor) blades requiring major repair or replacement
830.5 Immediate notification
(7 items)
what information do you need to provide NTSB
- aircraft type, nationality, registration
- owner/operator name
- PIC name
- date and time of accident
- points of departure and (intended) landing
- position of aircraft with reference to geographic point
- nature of accident
- persons on board, killed, injured
- any dangerous articles onboard (explosives, radioactive, biohazard)
830.6 Information to be given
(who, what, where, when)
when may wreckage, mail, cargo, records be moved
- remove injured or trapped persons
- protect from further damage
- protect public from injury
* take notes and photos
* keep all records
830.10 Preservation of wreckage, mail, cargo, records
(protect)
when do you file a report
- within 10 days of an accident
- 7 days after aircraft goes missing
- at the request of NTSB for incidents requiring immediate notification
830.15 Reports
when do crewmembers provide statements
when physically able, ideally when the report is submitted
830.15 Reports
where are reports filed
NTSB field office nearest the accident
830.15 Reports