Aviation safety issues and actions
Recommendation issued to: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
|Date issued:||04 February 1999|
|Safety action status:|
|Background:||Why this Recommendation was developed|
The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority:
(i) as a matter of some urgency, issue CAR 119. The Civil Aviation Safety Authority proposed this action in its 14 July 1995 response to Interim Recommendation 950074. The response stated (in part):
'Proposed new CAR part 119 dealing with operator certification will make it clear that operations manuals must be approved prior to issue of an AOC'; and
(ii) also approve subsequent amendments to operations manuals before the amendments become effective, as it currently does with maintenance manuals and training and checking manuals.
|Date issued:||22 March 2002|
|Response from:||Civil Aviation Safety Authority|
|Action status:||Closed - Accepted|
I refer to Investigation Report 9802830 on the accident
involving Cessna A185E, VH-HTS AT Calabash Bay, NSW on 26 July 1998
generating Recommendations R199801279, R19980280 and R19980284.
Please accept my apologies for the delay in my reply.