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Large ships
Collisions at sea can endanger the lives of those on board and can cause significant damage to vessels.
Don't push it, Land it
Make an early decision to land your helicopter during the onset of an abnormal situation.
Airport Safety Week
The ATSB has joined the aviation industry in supporting Airport Safety Week 2018.
REX Saab 340B landed safely after In-flight loss of propeller, SW of Sydney NSW, on 17 March 2017
In-flight propeller loss due to fatigue crack. Crew demonstrated high level of professionalism.
Chief Commissioners
The ATSB recently met with its New Zealand counterpart, the Transport Accident Investigation Commission.
ATSB Chief Commissioner Greg Hood, with Director of the Australian War Memorial Dr Brendan Nelson AO, and Dr Steven Kennedy, Secretary, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities
A new exhibit installed at the ATSB’s Canberra offices explores the past and present of transport safety investigation.
Beechcraft B200 King Air aircraft, registered VH-ZCR
The investigation into the accident of a King Air at Essendon Airport highlights the importance of using a checklist.
Aviation Safety Digest
Over 150 editions of the iconic Aviation Safety Digest are now available online.
Virgin Australia Boeing 737
Objective interpretation of runway surface conditions can reduce risk.
Cessna C208 registered VH-SJJ
Effective see-and-avoid methods avoid traffic conflicts at non-ATC controlled airports.
Bulk carrier, Aquadiva
Shared understanding of passage plan needed for safe voyage
Pitot probe
The ATSB has issued a safety advisory notice to all operators flying to Brisbane Airport.
 
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Collisions at sea can endanger the lives of those on board and can cause significant damage to vessels.
 
Make an early decision to land your helicopter during the onset of an abnormal situation.
 
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The ATSB has joined the aviation industry in supporting Airport Safety Week 2018.
 
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In-flight propeller loss due to fatigue crack. Crew demonstrated high level of professionalism.
 
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The ATSB recently met with its New Zealand counterpart, the Transport Accident Investigation Commission.
 
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A new exhibit installed at the ATSB’s Canberra offices explores the past and present of transport safety investigation.
 
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The investigation into the accident of a King Air at Essendon Airport highlights the importance of using a checklist.
 
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Over 150 editions of the iconic Aviation Safety Digest are now available online.
 
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Objective interpretation of runway surface conditions can reduce risk.
 
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Effective see-and-avoid methods avoid traffic conflicts at non-ATC controlled airports.
 
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Shared understanding of passage plan needed for safe voyage
 
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The ATSB has issued a safety advisory notice to all operators flying to Brisbane Airport.
 
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The Australasian Society of Aerospace Medicine and ATSB have signed an MoU to improve safety.
 
 
 
Don't push it, LAND IT

Don't push it, LAND IT

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