CASA welcomes new safety panel members

Date published: 23 August 2022


We’re pleased to welcome 2 new members to our Aviation Safety Advisory Panel.

A long desk prepared for a meeting with paper, pens, and cups placed in front of office chairs

Dr Tarryn Kille joined the Panel for its June meeting this year, and Shannon O’Hara is set to attend her first meeting in October.

Tarryn is a senior lecturer at the University of Southern Queensland, lecturing in aviation leadership and management.

Shannon is the Legal Counsel to the Aviation team at QBE Insurance Australia Pacific.

Both Tarryn and Shannon have been invited to join the ASAP in their individual capacity.

The Panel is currently chaired by Professor Pat Murray, AO, who has extensive experience across the aviation sector.

The Aviation Safety Advisory Panel was established in July 2017 and consists of an independent chair, 6 to 10 representatives from the aviation community, and 2 CASA representatives.

The Panel helps us identify potential safety and regulatory issues, shares its views on policies and regulations, recommends alternative actions to regulatory change and provides technical input as required.

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to outgoing members Malcolm Sharp and Mark Awad for their participation and contributions over the last 2 years.

Find out more about the role of the Aviation Safety Advisory Panel.

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