While these modules don't directly address FAA Part 5 requirements, they are included in the Part 5 Automation Tool to help you achieve compliance and performance.
The Issue Reporter allows stakeholders to submit hazards, risks, and many other types of concerns to management, such as safety, security, quality, or compliance. While submitting these issues, submitters will be able to include all relevant safety information that managers need to manage the issue, thus saving managers and reporters time with follow up questions.
This method of reporting gives all employees a safe, secure method of reporting workplace events to safety management. These issues can be submitted as private issues, where only management can view the report, or confidentially, where only the designated confidential manager can see the report.
This module is the primary way your organization will acquire data, which is an FAA Safety Assurance requirement.
This module satisfies the FAA requirement for having a confidential reporting system, as well as having a process for data acquisition. This module comes with pre-built, mobile responsive forms, and allows you to quickly input all relevant information that management needs to investigate the issue. Reports are usually submitted in anywhere from 1-5 minutes, depending on the complexity of the concern.
Nearly all parts of issue reporting are configurable, allowing you to create a customized issue reporting experience that is specific to your organization’s needs. These configurations include everything from:
Additionally, this module can be used offline, whereby reconnecting to the internet will automatically submit your offline issue(s). Furthermore, the hazard reporting forms are mobile responsible, so employees can easily submit issues from all types of devices.
The main features of the hazard reporting module are:
FAA Accident & Incident Data Reports
Wikipedia Aviation Accidents & Incidents