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Robert said...

Well, after reading this my suspicions of the ATSB have grown. What are you trying so hard to cover up? After the Senate inquiry I had concerns, now I am alarmed. I will certainly think twice before reporting minor occurrences. What is the ATSB hiding? It's a shame the survey has closed, I would have voiced my concerns there.

June 12, 2013 19:31
Martin Dolan, Chief Commissioner (author) said...

I’m very keen to make the overall notifications process as transparent as possible so everyone understands why it’s important to report occurrences to the ATSB. As I mentioned in the blog post, we’ve been consulting widely on our reporting regulations with the aviation industry. In response to that feedback, the ATSB produced an information sharing arrangement document with CASA that gives industry greater clarity on what happens with occurrence notifications. We always welcome suggestions and feedback. You can provide comments by completing the feedback form on the ATSB website, emailing  atsbinfo@atsb.gov.au  or calling 1800 020 616. 

June 13, 2013 16:07
Geoff Chatfield said...

Dear Sir
As a person not activly involved in aviation as my employment but as an avid aviation enthusiast I am using all relevant information for research and for historical sake but I find your wording in the final paragraph of you Blog can I say interesting.
It was not that long ago that both organizations were at log a heads with each other now we find that for reasons known only to the powers that be in CASA they (CASA) with held important and relavant information.
From a laymans point of veiw I would not call this sort of thing as being a healthy and mature system.

June 13, 2013 20:21
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