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Safety data collection, analysis and exchange are at the heart of the State Safety Programme (SSP) and Safety Management System (SMS). Safety management relies on the measuring and monitoring of safety indicators in order to identify areas of concern, and this in turn depends on the effective collection of safety data.


The ANO, AOCR, SGAR and SAR145 mandate aerospace organizations to perform reporting of aviation-related occurrences that could impact or affect safety of flight to CAAS. One of the preferred means of mandatory reporting is through the CAAS SAIR form.

Mandatory Occurrence Reporting - SAIRS

The CAAS SAIRS is a mandatory reporting system and is independent from the Confidential Reporting System (SINCAIR) administered by Singapore Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau, AAIB(S).

An occurrence report can be submitted to CAAS by filling up the respective SAIR form and email to caas_dfirs@caas.gov.sg or fax to (65) 6545 7615:

Amendment/ Issue
For AOC Holders, GA Operators and Others CAAS(AW)139
For Dangerous Goods & MOW Incidents / Accidents CAAS(AW)139 Part 4
For SAR145 Organizations CAAS(AW)152

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Last Updated: 07 Aug 14
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