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.
Joint Directive 04/2018 PDF-326KB has now been released which extends the validity of Joint Directive 24/2016 to 31 December 2021.
The symposium is targeted at all personnel involved in the acquisition and in-service management of ADF aircraft systems, as well as interested representatives from foreign military forces, science and technology organisations, research and development centres, commercial aerospace organisations, airworthiness regulators, and academia.
Scheduled: Defence Plaza Melbourne in the Melbourne CBD over 18-20 March 2019
The course is aimed at tertiary qualified (TQ) engineers and suitably experienced non-TQ personnel involved in ADF and civil processes for certifying new aero engines, or ADF technical regulations pertaining to in-service aero engines.
Scheduled: RAAF Base Amberley, 19-21 March 2019.
The aim of the course is to provide participants with an understanding of helicopter structural design principles and the need for structural integrity management of ADF helicopters.
Scheduled: Victoria Barracks, Brisbane, 15-17 Apr 2019.
Defence Aviation Safety Assurance Manual (DASAMAN) - December 2017 Release.
Advisory Circular 001/2018 - Risk Controls for UAS Operations Has Been Released - March 2018.