ATSB

The topic of the ATSB (Australian Transport Safety Board) and Confidential Reporting is currently the subject of a Senate Inquiry which will report to Parliament by the end of April 2013. This inquiry was initially scheduled to complete by the end of November 2012, but due to a massive amount of material being provided by individuals and a reluctance on the part of the CASA and ATSB to answer questions promptly has resulted in extension of the number of hearings. The most recent one was held “In Camera” on Monday 18th March 2013.

 

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