Mandatory Occurrence Report (MOR)

Mandatory occurrences should be reported no later than 72 hours after becoming aware of the occurrence.   

An occurrence “becoming aware” means that anyone/someone in the Academy identifies the occurrence as falling into the category of a mandatory occurrence report.

The 72-hour timeline does not apply to voluntary occurrences, which are to be reported in a timely manner.

1. Background Data

▪ UTC:
▪ Local:
13. Provision of Service / Flight Operation Affected
14. Occurence took place

2. Personal Details

3. Contributing Factors

4. Type of Occurrence

5. Air Navigation Services

34. TCAS RA

37. Flight Level / Altitude

38. Minimum Separation Achieved

39. Workload

40. SSR Code / Special Purpose Code

41. Ground System Malfunctioned

6. Aircraft

42. Weight Category (MTOW)

43. Flight Phase

44. Type of Operation / Commercial Air Transport

45. Type of Operation / General Aviation
46. Fire / Smoke / Odour Detected
49. Aircraft Damage
50. Injuries

7. Weather

51. Weather / Light Conditions

8. Additional Information

53. Type of Emergency Declared
54. Obstacle on the Airport Movement Area
55. Unusual Situations

9. Short Description

Your Signature (optional)

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(Form reproduced based on HCAA FORM 687/JUNE 2010)

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