Comprising the Directorate General Technical Airworthiness - Australian Defence Force (DGTA-ADF), the Airworthiness Coordination and Policy Agency (ACPA) and the Directorate of Defence Aviation and Air Force Safety (DDAAFS); the Defence Aviation Safety Program (DASP) fields an Airworthiness Management System (AMS) and an Aviation Safety Management System (ASMS) to meet the objective of Defence aviation being conducted at acceptable levels of safety.
The DASP Vision is 'enabling Defence aviation capability through effective and integrated safety programs' . The Vision encapsulates the collective intent of the three DASP Agency Heads to continue to work closely together to integrate the DASP agencies’ safety related functions and resources in order to efficiently and effectively assure and continually improve the safety of Defence aviation.
The International Military Airworthiness Conference provides Airworthiness Authorities and Industry partners with a forum to gain insight into the benefits of an emerging global convention on military airworthiness regulation. Melbourne, Australia.
Scheduled: 14 -15 November 2016
The draft DASR has been developed and is available for comment.
The purpose of this conference is to provide a forum to network, communicate and seek guidance on relevant system safety and software issues and points of interest currently encountered within the system safety and software communities.
Scheduled: 17-18 August 2016
The Conference provides a valuable opportunity for Senior Maintenance Managers and Aircraft Maintenance Organisations (AMO) senior executives in the Defence aviation community to network, communicate and discuss the technical airworthiness regulatory environment.
Scheduled: 25-28 October 2016