Goal 1: Comprehensive, consistent and effective regulation to enhance aviation safety
CASA achieved 84 per cent of the measures against this goal, and a further 16 per cent are progressing with managed delays.
CASA enhanced aviation safety through comprehensive, consistent and effective regulation by:
- implementing the certificate management team structure and the introduction of a new CASA Surveillance Manual in all regional offices
- using a new fast-time simulation tool to support future Australian airspace modelling
- completing the first phase of transition to new maintenance regulations by regular public transport operators and associated maintenance organisations and the completion of the maintenance personnel licensing suite of regulations.
See pages 34 to 44 for detailed information outlining initiatives, measures and progress against this goal.
Goal 2: Good governance and continuous improvement of organisational efficiency
With 78 per cent of the measures against this goal achieved, and 19 per cent progressing with managed delays, CASA exercised good governance and continuous improvement by:
- completing the final stage of the organisation’s learning management system with the introduction of AviationWorx.
- introducing new fraud and ethics, records management, workplace health and safety, and equity and diversity e-learning modules for completion by all new staff
- achieving an 8.9 out of 10 rating in the Comcover risk management benchmarking survey.
See pages 45 to 52 for detailed information outlining initiatives, measures and progress against this goal.
Goal 3: Effective and appropriate relationships with the wider aviation community
CASA has achieved 97 per cent of the measures against the goal of effective and appropriate relationships with the wider aviation community through:
- enhancing CASA’s suite of user-friendly applications and interactive multimedia products, with the introduction of a YouTube channel and a project to increase use of tablet technology
- continued participation in International Civil Aviation Organization panels and study groups
- increasing international engagement, including memorandums of understanding signed with China and Singapore.
See pages 52 to 60 for detailed information outlining initiatives, measures and progress against this goal.