Have your say on how we implement our future regulations
We're implementing a program of regulation reform designed to improve aviation safety, address known risks and maintain our reputation of our aviation industry being one of the safest in the world. We're currently reviewing the way the program is delivered, and we value your feedback.
New and proposed rules
Many new rules are already in place, such as the rules relating to:
- flight crew licensing
- fatigue management.
Proposed new rules relate to :
To help inform our review, we need to hear your ideas about the implementation of future regulations.
Have your say forums
Forums have been held in Launceston, Sydney, Darwin, Albury, Moorabbin, Archerfield, Cairns, Jandakot, Perth and Adelaide. Our Regulation Reform Program Manager talked about future regulations, the rate and impact of change on the aviation community, alternative ways to introduce and transition to new rules, and how we could assist the aviation community through the process. We're currently reviewing your feedback and plan to report back to you on key outcomes in early 2016.
Have your say online
You can also use our new have your say website to give us feedback and help us plan for a strong and safe Australian aviation future.
Thanks for your feedback
More than 140 members of the aviation community participated in our face to face forums where we asked what you thought about:
- the timing of future regulations
- how regulatory change affects you
- alternative ways to implement new rules
- how we can assist you through the process
We also talked about how to improve the regulation reform program at Part 91, 121, and 138 CASA Standards Sub-Committee working group meetings.
Thank you to those of you who joined the conversation and for taking the time to share your ideas, expertise and advice. We received some new and noteworthy suggestions for improving the way we implement future regulations.
Please keep visiting these pages or have your say to see what else is open for consultation and to join in the conversation and "have your say".