Delegates to CBAA 2014 will get to test drive CBAA’s new SMS Gap Analysis Tool at a special workshop session headed by Merlin Preuss and a group of safety management experts. This scalable tool will be invaluable for every business aviation operator preparing for the (inevitable) Transport Canada audit.
For more information on CBAA 2014, and to register, click here.
In line with its ongoing cooperative efforts to resolve what remains the number one priority for global aviation safety experts, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has released a new Runway Safety Implementation Kit (iKit), developed in collaboration with IATA, ACI, CANSO, ICCAIA, FSF, IFALPA, IFATCA, IBAC, IAOPA, FAA, EASA and EUROCONTROL.
The CBAA has received a full and final release, without qualification or limitation, from legal action stemming from the November 11, 2007 accident at Fox Harbour, NS. Without this claim, the government’s Regulatory Impact Assessment Statement that guided the new 604 regulations and included Fox Harbour, is irrelevant and should be amended.
Read more on CBAA's recommended changes to the new regulations.
Take advantage of Early Bird savings to attend Canadian business aviation's biggest event, CBAA 2014, June 17 - 19. Highlights include specialized educational sessions on SMS, ERP, and more as well as Canada's largest static display of corporate aircraft.
If you own or operate business aircraft or are in the market for one, you won’t want to miss CBAA 2014.
Nominations for the CBAA Award of Merit and Safety Awards, to be presented at CBAA 2014 in Edmonton on June 17-19, are now being accepted. Details are available here. Nominations are due by April 30, 2014.
CBAA is now posting many of its news and information items on CBAA Matters!, our new member forum. CBAA Matters! is the place to find new and updated operational, regulatory and other government affairs information. To be notified of changes as they happen, please use the "subscribe" function in the active topics and to the topics of interest.
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