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Derailment of a freight train in Devonport, Tasmania on 21 September 2018
Preliminary report into the runaway and derailment of a freight train in Devonport, Tasmania released.
The 'Crash Comic' now online
The iconic aviation safety publication—Aviation Safety Digest.
AAvPA
The ATSB proudly sponsored the combined AAvPA and PACDEFF human factors and CRM symposium in Sydney.
Night Vision Goggles
Reminder of the limitations of night vision imaging systems, particularly when there are external light sources.
Fractured rail section in lower rail of curve
Early detection and treatment of rail defects can avoid derailments.
Mac Job Studio
The ATSB has recognised respected Australian aviation author and editor, Macarthur Job OAM.
Hot-air balloon, VH-EUA, predeparture
Operators need to ensure passengers understand their safety briefing.
Damaged Saab de-icing boot
The crew of a passenger flight decided a warning was likely the result of a faulty sensor.
Annual Report 2017-18
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has released its Annual Report, outlining its performance during 2017-18.
Large ships
Collisions at sea can endanger the lives of those on board and can cause significant damage to vessels.
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.
 
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Preliminary report into the runaway and derailment of a freight train in Devonport, Tasmania released.
 
The iconic aviation safety publication—Aviation Safety Digest.
 
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The ATSB proudly sponsored the combined AAvPA and PACDEFF human factors and CRM symposium in Sydney.
 
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Reminder of the limitations of night vision imaging systems, particularly when there are external light sources.
 
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Early detection and treatment of rail defects can avoid derailments.
 
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The ATSB has recognised respected Australian aviation author and editor, Macarthur Job OAM.
 
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Operators need to ensure passengers understand their safety briefing.
 
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The crew of a passenger flight decided a warning was likely the result of a faulty sensor.
 
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The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has released its Annual Report, outlining its performance during 2017-18.
 
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Collisions at sea can endanger the lives of those on board and can cause significant damage to vessels.
 
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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.
 
 
 
‘Crash comic’ 1953 to 1991

‘Crash comic’ 1953 to 1991

The iconic aviation safety publication—Aviation Safety Digest. Read more on "‘Crash comic’ 1953 to 1991"
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