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About the ATSB

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) is Australia's national transport safety investigator.

  • The ATSB contributes to transport safety by independently investigating, analysing and openly reporting on transport safety matters.

  • ATSB advertises all employment opportunities in the Commonwealth Public Service Gazette and on this website. ATSB jobs are only open to Australian citizens.

  • ATSB Past Present Future celebrates the ten-year anniversary of the formation of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau on 1 July 1999. It is the story of the ATSB, and the earlier organisations that came together to form the ATSB over a decade ago.

  • ATSB's corporate brochures include information about the ATSB and safety investigations in Australia.

  • View the ATSB corporate structure.

  • This Annual Report covers the first year of operations as a separate statutory agency.

  • Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003 and Regulations in addition to common questions and answers about the Act.

  • Follow these links for Australian and International websites.

  • A limited number of places become available to industry participants from the aviation, marine and rail industries.

  • The Bureau is governed by a Commission and is entirely separate from transport regulators, policy makers and service providers.

  • A brief overview and Minister's Expectations and the ATSB's Statement of Intent.

  • The ATSB's commitment to the science of human factors is at the heart of its credibility and underlies its reputation as a leading safety investigation agency in the world arena.

  • The ATSB is committed to assisting its regional neighbours, both through international agreements and through participation in targeted government aid programs such as the Indonesian Transport Safety Assistance Package (ITSAP) and cooperation with Papua New Guinea consistent with the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in the Transport Sector.

  • The Australian Transport Safety Bureau offers professional opportunities. As an employer, the ATSB offers training and development, study leave and skills and experience within the Australian Public Service.

  • The Multicultural Access and Equity Policy requires that all Australian Government departments and agencies have an Agency Multicultural Plan in place.

  • The ATSB has entered into Memoranda of Understanding (MoU). The MoUs recognise the separate and independent roles of the parties but confirm their commitment to achieving the best possible outcome for transport safe

  • ATSB resources and planned performance and Department of Infrastructure and Transport, Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS).

  • All open Requests for Tender (RFTs) are available via the AusTender web site.

  • Information about how to make a Freedom of Information request.

  • The Privacy Amendment Act introduced many significant changes to the Privacy Act which commenced on 12 March 2014.

  • Information about making a public interest disclosure about suspected wrongdoing in the ATSB.

  • The Information Publication Scheme is a means of providing access to information which an authority proactively publishes.

  • Senate Order of Continuing Order - Indexed lists of departmental and agency files. Download list of file titles created.

 
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