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Safety issues and actions
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Number: R19980160
Description: R19980160: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Airservices Australia consider restructuring the current roster operating in the Sydney TCU to ensure that contemporary fatigue management research is translated into meaningful duty hour regulations. In any restructure of the roster, BASI recommends that Airservices Australia expand its absentee management program to include individuals who expose themselves ...
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Date: 18 Aug 1998
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Number: R19980161
Description: R19980161: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Airservices Australia review the relationship between the Sydney Safety and Quality Management section and the Sydney Terminal Control Unit with a view to developing procedures to improve the effectiveness of the safety management system, thus contributing to the overall "safety health" of Sydney Terminal Control Unit operations.
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Date: 18 Aug 1998
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Number: R19980162
Description: R19980162: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority and Airservices Australia review their current relationship in order that both agencies have a clear and uniform understanding and expectation of each other's roles and responsibilities.
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Date: 18 Aug 1998
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Number: R19980163
Description: R19980163: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Airservices Australia consider providing early advice of the landing runway to the flight crews of inbound aircraft so that required cockpit procedures may be completed before flights enter the airspace of the Sydney Terminal Area.
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Date: 18 Aug 1998
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Number: R19980164
Description: R19980164: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Airservices Australia, in conjunction with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, reconsider the current policy of routinely operating runways with up to 25 kts crosswind when safer options are available.
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Date: 18 Aug 1998
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Number: SAN19980116
Description: SAN19980116: Airservices Australia should note the safety deficiency identified in this document and take appropriate action.
Who it affects: Airservices Australia
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Date: 31 Jul 1998
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Number: SAN19980115
Description: SAN19980115: Airservices Australia should note the safety deficiency identified in this document and take appropriate action.
Who it affects: Airservices Australia
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Date: 29 Jul 1998
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Number: SAN19980023
Description: SAN19980023: Australian regional airline operators should note the deficiency identified in this document and take appropriate action.
Who it affects: Australian regional airline operators
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Date: 08 Jul 1998
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Number: IR19980098
Description: IR19980098: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority develop standards and implement regulations which: (i) require Australian airlines to develop industry-consistent cabin baggage control programs that will prevent passengers from bringing inappropriate cabin baggage onto aircraft; and (ii) ensure correct on-board stowage of approved cabin baggage. Such programs should be approved and monitored ...
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Date: 06 Jul 1998
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Number: IR19980099
Description: IR19980099: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that operators of regional airlines develop cabin baggage control programs that will prevent passengers from bringing inappropriate cabin baggage onto aircraft and ensure correct on-board stowage of cabin baggage. In addition, as a result of the investigation the above safety deficiency, the Bureau simultaneously issues interim recommendation IR980098 to ...
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Date: 06 Jul 1998
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Number: IR19980086
Description: IR19980086: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Australian Defence Force, with the assistance of Airservices Australia, review airspace activation procedures to ensure that appropriate and fail-safe notification actions have been completed prior to the commencement of military activities.
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Date: 30 Jun 1998
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Number: IR19980087
Description: IR19980087: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Airservices Australia assist the Australian Defence Force to review airspace activation procedures to ensure that appropriate and fail-safe notification actions have been completed prior to the commencement of military activities.
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Date: 30 Jun 1998
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Number: SAN19980092
Description: SAN19980092: Operators of regional airlines should take note of the safety deficiency identified in this document and take appropriate action.
Who it affects: Operators of regional airlines
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Date: 29 Jun 1998
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Number: R19980095
Description: R19980095: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority evaluate the safety benefits likely to be realised from the formation of "centres of excellence" for different aircraft types, in order to provide consistent and reliable operational information to the industry.
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Date: 24 Jun 1998
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Number: SAN19980090
Description: SAN19980090: Operators of regional airlines, and maintenance certificate of approval holders, should note the safety deficiency identified in this document and take appropriate action.
Who it affects: Operators of regional airlines, and maintenance certificate of approval holders
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Date: 24 Jun 1998
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Number: R19980024
Description: R19980024: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Airservices Australia: Review their airways and procedures design philosophies to: (a) ensure that STAR, SID and airways design is compatible with aircraft FMS programs; (b) allow a +/- 10 kt range with respect to descent speed below 10,000 ft to allow for the tolerances of FMS-equipped aircraft, with the ...
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Date: 12 Jun 1998
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Number: R19980026
Description: R19980026: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that airline operators within the Asia-Pacific region: Consider a program of flight crew observation of ATC operations during both initial and recurrent training. Such a program should be incorporated into the syllabus of training and include subjective elements requiring observation and assessment.
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Date: 12 Jun 1998
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Number: R19980027
Description: R19980027: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that airline operators: 1. Ensure that flight crew of advanced technology aircraft are educated in the concept , and safety implications, of Passive Command Syndrome. 2. Include a comprehensive statement of automation policy in their General operations manual and/or Airline policy documents.
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Date: 12 Jun 1998
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Number: R19980028
Description: R19980028: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that airline operators: Employ appropriate methods and examples during initial and refresher CRM training to enhance the transmission of safety information between flight crew members during flight. Such training should stress the consequences of not communicating essential flight safety information.
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Date: 12 Jun 1998
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Number: R19980029
Description: R19980029: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority: Ensure that all recurrent and rating renewal simulator exercises are appropriate considering the level of automation fitted to the aircraft type. Such exercises should reflect the level of serviceability which the pilot may be expected to encounter during line operations.
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Date: 12 Jun 1998
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