Interviews of Witnesses (individuals) with knowledge of facts (operational personnel at there);
it includes the interviews from eye witnesses and otheroperational personnel worked in aviation environment.
Analysis of Collected Data
Evaluating the evidences of witnesses;
it includes the evaluation of witnesses’
statements whether those are matching with the situation or not.
Matching/evaluating of CVR or FDR and ATCO recordings and transcriptions;
CVR or FDR are true evidences of the accident occurred because these would tellwhat actually was happened.
Report the finding;
in findings basic reasons of the accidents were mentioned.
Documenting the investigation;
Draft final report will be issued and after thatfinal report will be issued after the 12 months of the accident and
if final report is notprepared due to continuing some investigation process then it will be updated eachyear.
Making Recommendations regarding accident avoidance;
Recommendations would be given to the authorities and implemented them afterapproval of them.
Take appropriate actions for improvement.
If there will be need of change in some procedure or any facility or operation, then it will beimplemented and came in practice for improvement.
Impediments to Investigation
Following impediments might be present during investigation:
Not access to the true evidence;
every air crash investigator want to explore the hiddenreasons/conditions to find out the true reasons of air crash
. Sometimes they didn’t
getaccess to such
evidences that would be tarnish someone’s image so some cases take many
years to resolve/to take an end. It can be due to the uncooperativeness of people.
Some witnesses don’t want to discuss the
because of (fear)
not having the responsibility of the accident or some witnesses
definemany unneeded things.
Sometimes witnesses are not ready to talk about the accidentbecause they are shock after some days of the accident. Some witnesses have differentbackground than other people
, they didn’t want to give evidence
as expected by the