In accordance with Joint Directive 24/2016 The Defence Aviation Safety Framework PDF-237KB, the Defence Aviation Safety Authority (DASA) is responsible for enhancing and promoting the safety of military aviation. This objective is primarily achieved through implementation of a Defence Aviation Safety Program (DASP) that supports compliance with statutory safety obligations and assures the effective management of aviation safety risks. The DASA comprises three organisational entities that operate collectively to administer and execute the DASP on behalf of the Defence Aviation Authority (Defence AA).
The course provides theory instruction on the basic components of E3 including sources and victims of electromagnetic interference (EMI), detection and prevention measures, tools for use in E3 management and an introduction to applicable standards.
Scheduled: Harman Canberra, 12-15 Sep 2017
The course provides in-depth information in relation to DASR 66 Maintenance Licencing Requirements.
Scheduled: Victoria Barracks, 21 Sep 2017
This course builds on the skill sets gained from the prerequisite basic course.
Scheduled: Defence Plaza Melbourne, 16 - 20 Oct 2017
AAP 8000.011 Defence Aviation Safety Regulation Manual 30 June 2017 Release.
Summary of Key Changes PDF-58KB
This list provides information of organisations granted approvals under DASR.