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#casa fail in Colmar Brunton survey

There have been two very major audits if #aviation performance in Australia.

  1. FAA/ICAO in 2008
  2. Colmar Brunton [#colmarbrunton] in 2014 – 2016
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    The 2016 report, reflects the desperate nature of relationships of the aviation participants and the regulator [#casa].

The 2008 FAA/ ICAO audit certainly showed this was the case and the regulator was well warned. #casa responded to the FAA/ ICAO audit by over 2000 exemptions to the FAA/ ICAO requirements.

This is the nub of the problem, well aired by this site, auntypru.com, pprune.org, Recreational Flying, Ben Sandilands, The Australian, Australian Flying and others.

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Colmar-Button Survey

Well the “independent” Colmar Bruton survey, which polled some 1,217 aviation participants, in brief is as follows:

The six key indicators of the health of CASA’s relationship with industry used in the survey are:

1. Satisfaction with the way CASA performs its audit and compliance activities
2. Satisfaction with relationship with CASA
3. Satisfaction with CASA’s service delivery
4. Satisfaction with CASA’s ongoing dialogue with industry
5. Satisfaction with the consistency of decision making
6. Satisfaction with CASA’s development of aviation safety regulations.

The results are a very resounding BAD result for the regulator.

Simply put, if you were in school, you would be the subject to a “please explain” and a “repeat class”.

At University level, a please do not attend next year would be issued.

The results:

1.mean 4.8 on a scale of 0 – 10

2. mean 4.2 on a scale of 0 – 10

3. mean 3.8 on a scale of 0 – 10

4. mean 3.7 on a scale of 0 – 10

5. mean 3.2 on a scale of 0 – 10

6. mean 3.6 on a scale of 0 – 10

Conclusion:

CASA will continue to work to improve its relationship with industry through the activities outlined in this action plan and its ongoing work as the regulator and service provider. Its progress over time will be measured every two years through the same survey and a comparison of findings with previous surveys.

CASA is committed to improving its relationship with industry while maintaining the highest standard of aviation safety.


ALL #CASA HAS TO SAY IS:

CASA is committed to improving its relationship with industry while maintaining the highest standard of aviation safety.

WHAT A CROCK.

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