Transport Security Incident Reporting
Report an Incident
Reporting an Aviation Security Incident
Aviation security incidents must be reported to the Department. A report submitted to the OTS Coordination Centre using the Aviation Security Incident Report (ASIR) form and including the required information will fulfil reporting requirements to the Department under Part 6 of the Act.
Reports may be made by:
- completing the Aviation Security Incident Report Form online.
- downloading the Aviation Security Incident Report Form
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and fax to (02) 6274 6089 or email: email@example.com
- calling the Coordination Centre on 1300 307 288. All verbal reports must be followed up in writing within 24hrs.
Guidance Material has been developed to assist you with fulfilling your reporting responsibilities. It includes information on incident reporting, examples of aviation incidents, links to the relevant legislation, and the Department's gazette notice on how incident reports are to be made.
Reporting a Maritime Security Incident
Note: Reports can be made in any form- use of the Maritime Security Incident Report Form is not mandatory. However, not using this form to report an incident creates a risk that not all information required under section 4 of the Notice will be included. Where not all information is included, the report is deemed not to have been made (subsection 182(3) of the Act).