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CASA, ATSB sign new agreement on air safety

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 16, 2010

CASA CEO John McCormick and the ATSB’s chief commissioner Martin Dolan have signed a memorandum of understanding which provides a framework for greater cooperation between the two bodies and clarifies their roles in improving air safety.

The MoU focuses on maximising the effective use of the findings of accident investigations and clarifying the complementary roles of each organisation in improving air safety. It also covers issues such as the roles of CASA and the ATSB in accident investigations, assistance during investigations, safety education and statistical data collection and analysis.

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CASA, ATSB sign new agreement on air safety

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 16, 2010

CASA CEO John McCormick and the ATSB’s chief commissioner Martin Dolan have signed a memorandum of understanding which provides a framework for greater cooperation between the two bodies and clarifies their roles in improving air safety.

The MoU focuses on maximising the effective use of the findings of accident investigations and clarifying the complementary roles of each organisation in improving air safety. It also covers issues such as the roles of CASA and the ATSB in accident investigations, assistance during investigations, safety education and statistical data collection and analysis.

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