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Aviation Safety Advisory Panel - Tech Working Groups

Postby CYHeli » Thu Oct 5 2017, 00:33

For those not on the mailing list...
Call for expressions of interest for CASA Technical Working Group register

Dear CASA subscriber

Following the successful establishment of the Aviation Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP), CASA is now in the process of establishing a register of aviation industry experts who are able to participate in Technical Working Groups (TWGs) to support the work of the ASAP.

Where established, TWGs will provide industry members and relevant technical experts with a forum to provide input on specific technical issues and proposals being considered by the ASAP. Each TWG will be formed as required and disbanded at the completion of the assigned tasks. Specific details about TWGs can be found in the ASAP Terms of Reference.

To build a register of suitably qualified potential TWG members, we have launched an expression of interest process using the CASA Consultation Hub, where interested people will be able to register their details using a survey style questionnaire. CASA is looking for diversity in skills, experience and qualifications from interested applicants.

With several significant developments on CASA’s immediate horizon, including the planned reform of the flying operations regulations and a post implementation review of aircraft maintenance engineer licensing, establishing a register of suitable and available experts is a priority.

If you are a member of Australia’s aviation industry with a genuine interest in the future of aviation safety, then please go to the CASA Consultation Hub where you can register your interest.

All questions or inquiries about the EOI process can be directed to asap@casa.gov.au.
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Re: Aviation Safety Advisory Panel - Tech Working Groups

Postby Capt Hollywood » Thu Oct 5 2017, 03:24

So to recap...

Submit an EOI for the TWG working with the ASAP established by CASA..... OK!
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Re: Aviation Safety Advisory Panel - Tech Working Groups

Postby CYHeli » Thu Oct 5 2017, 04:49

TY Capt.
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