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nWhy TACARE?

Similar to other countries, the Civil Aeronautic Administration (CAA) Taiwan has a mandatory flight occurrence reporting system. Most information received by the system fall into the category of serious aviation occurrences and, definitely, valuable lessons do have been learned. But at the same time, the cost paid and damage done are relatively high.

Experience shows that real potential hazards to flight safety are seldom revealed through mandatory reporting systems. The unreported potential hazards, like the hidden iceberg are way over that of the mandatory reports. According to the theory proposed by Dr. H.W. Heinrich, commonly known as the safety pyramid or accident pyramid, one fatal accident is occurred through 29 insignificant accidents or serious incidents, which is occurred through 300 incidents. It is the goal of the TACARE to prevent the tragic fatal accident by means of gathering, analyzing, and propagating these 300 incidents and even more safety related issues through the reports and share them with the whole aviation community.
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TACARE Fax: (02)8912-7395  TEL: 0800 - 075 - 085 E-mail: tacare@asc.gov.tw  
  Address : 11F., No.200, Sec. 3, Beisin Rd., Xindian District, New Taipei City 231, Taiwan (R.O.C.)