Please find interesting report on the INDONESIAN ASIANIA SAFETY DAY conducted at Jakarta, Indonesia on the 7th April 2018

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Photos available in PHOTO GALLERY 

DID YOUR COUNTRY HAVE AN ASIANIA SAFETY DAY - please share it with everyone.

 
FAI IPC TECHNICAL AND SAFETY COMMITTEE:

Reports on any urgent parachuting and skydiving issues are sent to all organisations for your information and attention.  Very useful Information and statistics within the world’s parachuting is compiled by the FAI IPC Technical and Safety Committee each year

 

NATIONAL SAFETY REPORTS:  

Unfortunately, there are many countries that are not yet participating and providing national Safety Reports to the IPC Technical and Safety Committee for compilation of information each year.  It is important to the thoroughness and usefulness of this document that every organisation in the world (and that includes all of us in ASIANIA) makes an effort to provide a record of notable incidents and fatalities each year. 

Did your country send a Safety Report to the IPC Technical and Safety Committee this year?  

Please find link for the  IPC SAFETY SURVEY FORM 2017.  

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PLEASE FILL IT OUT AND RETURN......PLEASE REMEMBER IT IS TOTALLY CONFIDENTIAL.

 

SAFETY OFFICERS: 

Does your organisation have a designated national Safety Officer?  Technical Officer? 

Do all of your Drop Zones have local area Safety Officers who send in Incident reports to this national person so that a record of all incidents that happen can be complied and forwarded to the FAI IPC Technical and Safety Committee each year. Persons or Drop Zones in these reports are anonymous and all information is important.

If assistance in developing a Safety Officer or manual is needed, please advise us, and you will be directed to personnel and organisations that can provide support in these areas.

 

Documents which may be most useful and supportive for ASIANIA SAFETY.

Summary of IPC Technical and Safety Committee Report to the IPC Meeting 2018

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Modified version of ASIANIA Safety Day by Mubarak Al Suwailim

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Notes from APF (Australian Parachute Federation) Organisational Safety Management System and Training Ops Manual

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Notes from FAI Sporting Code, Section 5

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The Australian Parachute Federation (APF) also has a wealth of information and publications which could be useful including Safety Management, Student Training, Instructor Training, Aircraft and Pilots to name just a few.  Please visit the site by opening link  https://www.apf.com.au/apf-members/publications/publications

SO PLEASE share this information with everyone in ASIANIA.

Thank you for your valuable time and support.

Keep jumping safe and enjoyable.  

 

Effendi Soen,

ASIANIA Chair of Safety Committee,

ASIANIA PARACHUTE FEDERATION

Phone: +62 811148919  Mobile: +62 816869375

Email: fsoen_2004@yahoo.com

Website: www.asiania.org

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Report from INDONESIA SPORT PARACHUTE ASSOCIATION

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ASIANIA SAFETY DAY IS SATURDAY 7th  APRIL 2018 -  the formation of an annual ASIANIA Safety Day to encourage continued safety to be a great priority in our sport was suggested by Dr. Mubarak al Swailim during his term as ASIANIA President ( 2008 – 2017)... 
 
EVERY MEMBER IS ENCOURAGED TO THINK ABOUT THE SAFETY ISSUES THAT CAN OCCUR WITHIN OUR FABULOUS and UNIQUE SPORT.
 
WE CAN ALL WORK TOWARDS MAKING OUR SPORT SAFER EVERY DAY BY BEING VIGILANT WITH OUR SAFETY OBSERVATIONS IN ALL AREAS – on the ground, getting into the aircraft,  on the way to height, exits, freefall, parachute decent, landing,  packing, maintenance and care.
 
Very useful Information and statistics within the world’s parachuting is complied by the FAI IPC Technical and Safety Committee each year. 
 
Below are links to documents that may be of interest and of use when planning Safety Activities etc.   
 
Summary of IPC Technical and Safety Committee Report to the IPC Meeting 2018
 
Modified version of ASIANIA Safety Day by Mubarak Al Suwailim
 
Notes from APF (Australian Parahute Federation) Safety Manual
 
Notes from FAI Sporting Code, Section 5
 
ASIANIA Safety Survey Form 2017  - added to list on 11 March 2018
 

NATIONAL SAFETY REPORTS:  

Unfortunately, there are many countries that are not yet participating and providing national Safety Reports to the IPC Technical and Safety Committee for compilation of information each year.  It is important to the thoroughness and usefulness of this document that every organisation in the world (and that includes all of us in ASIANIA) makes an effort to provide a record of notable incidents and fatalities each year. 

Did your country send a Safety Report to the IPC Technical and Safety Committee this year?

PLEASE MAKE AN EFFORT IN 2018 TO COMPLETE THE SAFETY REPORT AND SEND IT TO THE FAI IPC T&S 

SAFETY OFFICERS: 

Does your organisation have a designated national Safety Officer?  Technical Officer? 

Do all of your Drop Zones have local area Safety Officers who send in Incident reports to this national person so that a record of all incidents that happen can be complied and forwarded to the FAI IPC Technical and Safety Committee each year. Persons or Drop Zones in these reports are anonymous and all information is important.

 If assistance in developing a Safety Officer or manual is needed, please advise us, and you will be directed to personnel and organisations that can provide support in these areas.

The Australian Parachute Federation (APF) also has a wealth of information and publications which could be useful including Safety Management, Student Training, Instructor Training, Aircraft and Pilots to name just a few.  Please visit the site by clicking on  https://www.apf.com.au/apf-members/publications/publications

 

PLAN A SAFETY DAY ACTIVITY FOR THE 7th APRIL. 

 

Make every jump safe and enjoyable.  Have a Safety Seminar at your drop zone

– include jumpers, pilots and everyone involved in running the Drop Zone

– and discuss how we can all make this sport safer. 

 

PLEASE share this information with everyone in ASIANIA.

 

On behalf of the ASIANIA Chair of Safety Committee, Effendi Soen

Thank you for your valuable time and support.

 Keep jumping safe and enjoyable.  

 

FAYE COX, ASIANIA Secretary General

ASIANIA PARACHUTE FEDERATION

PO Box 433 Coolum Beach, Queensland 4573 AUSTRALIA
Mobile: 61 (0 )429 992 565       Phone: 61 (0) 7 5446 5743

Email: asiania@bigpond.com    Website: www.asiania.org