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.
This course provides an introduction to the structure of DASR 21, initial airworthiness instruments and the elements of continued airworthiness. It also provides detailed explanation of the organisational requirements for the applicant or holder of a Military Type Certificate, design organisation approval and production organisation approval.
Scheduled: RAAF Amberley, 17 October 2019.
This course provides in-depth information about the DASRs that apply to Maintenance Organisations and the responsibilities of those people whose job is to: authorise the use of licences, assess compliance with DASR 66 and exercise (use) their licence.
Scheduled: RAAF Amberley, 16 October 2019.
This course provides in-depth information about the DASRs that apply to Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO) and the responsibilities of those people whose job is to assess compliance with the DASR.
Scheduled: RAAF Amberley, 15 October 2019.
Top Level Changes to 28 March 2019 DASAMAN Release PDF-83KB
What is the Military Air Operator? Clarifying the changing military language