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ATTENTION: Editors/Chief of Staff, Aviation/transport writers

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) is Australia's prime transport safety investigation agency and conducts independent investigation of civil aviation accidents, incidents and safety deficiencies. The ATSB also has safety roles in other transport modes including maritime and rail investigation, statistical analysis and research, and coordination of the National Road Safety Strategy.

A small dedicated Communications & Information (C&I) team handles inquiries from local, interstate and international media, coordinates media conferences and issues news releases.

Journalists Can Register For Regular ATSB Media Updates

Journalists are invited to register their contact information on the ATSB web site to receive - via e-mail - an alert to advise that we have released a new report or a media event has been planned by the ATSB.

Both local and international journalists may take advantage of this opportunity to receive up-to-the-minute information as it is released.

The media registration form is set in a secure environment to protect your personal details. All information is encrypted and stored in such a way that only the ATSB C&I Team has access to the information. This information will only be used for sending media releases and in accordance with privacy principles will not be released to any other organisation.

You can access the latest news releases from this site.

To speak to the Media Unit directly call 61(02) 6274 6590.

Media contact: 1800 020 616
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Last update 01 April 2011