The Chief Inspector of Air Accidents1 must cause reports of an investigation into an accident2 or incident3, including those not required to be published and including the safety recommendations contained in them, to be communicated to the undertakings or national aviation authorities concerned and copies of them to be forwarded to the European Commission4.
Any undertaking or authority to which a safety recommendation is communicated must without delay5:
(1) take that recommendation into consideration and, where appropriate, act upon it6;
(2) send to the Secretary of State7:
(a) full details of the measures, if any, it has taken or proposes
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