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CASA, senate and Disallowable Instruments – ASRR what is it doing??

The following is from pprune, which lists a great number of instruments which the Senators must consider dis-allowing in order that the regulatory reform investigation [ASRR] can proceed properly with David Forsyth.

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WLR: Disallowable instruments…audit please??

In case you were wondering what in the world Kharon is talking about....here is a link for the lists of disallowable instruments currently before the 44th Parliament: Disallowable List – Parliament And if I extract just one sitting day that instruments, related to the CAA 1988, have been introduced..here is what it looks like {Note: Have linked some of them to the COMLAW site, the one in red I find somewhat amusing..}

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Civil Aviation Act 1988—
Civil Aviation Legislation Amendment (Part 117) Regulation 2013—Select Legislative Instrument 2013 No. 222 [F2013L01539].
Civil Aviation Legislation Amendment (Subpart 21.J) Regulation 2013—Select Legislative Instrument 2013 No. 188 [F2013L01444].
Civil Aviation Order 82.6 (Night vision goggles – helicopters) 2007—Exemption — initial NVG pilot flight training prerequisites—CASA EX87/13 [F2013L01488].
Civil Aviation Regulations 1988—
Approval and directions — operations without an approved digital flight data recorder system—CASA 190/13 [F2013L01763].
Civil Aviation Order 40.3.0 Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 2) [F2013L01712].
Civil Aviation Order 100.28 Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 1) [F2013L01711].
Civil Aviation Order 100.5 Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 1) [F2013L01330].
Civil Aviation Order 100.5 Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 2) [F2013L01486].
Civil Aviation Order 104.0 Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 1) [F2013L01746].
Civil Aviation Order 108.56 Repeal Instrument 2013 [F2013L01331].
Direction — number of cabin attendants for Airbus A320 and Fokker F100 aircraft (Virgin Australia Regional Airlines)—CASA 132/13 [F2013L01278].
Direction — number of cabin attendants for Fokker F70 and Fokker F100 aircraft—CASA 164/13 [F2013L01489].
Direction — number of cabin attendants in Boeing 737-800 series aircraft, Qantas Airways Limited—CASA 158/13 [F2013L01491].
Direction — number of cabin attendants (National Jet Systems)—CASA 170/13 [F2013L01501].
Direction — number of cabin attendants (Sunstate Airlines)—CASA 133/13 [F2013L01280].
Direction — number of cabin attendants (Tiger Airways)—CASA 121/13 [F2013L01274].
Direction — number of cabin attendants (Virgin Australia Airlines)—CASA 87/13 [F2013L01215].
Direction — number of cabin attendants (Virgin Australia International Airlines)—CASA 88/13 [F2013L01213].
Direction — parallel runway operations at Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport—CASA 192/13 [F2013L01671].
Directions under subregulation 235(2) relating to landing weight and landing distance required—
CASA 116/13 [F2013L01276].
CASA 181/13 [F2013L01629].
CASA 205/13 [F2013L01757].
CASA 213/13 [F2013L01762].
Instructions — GNSS primary means navigation (A330 and B737NG aircraft)—CASA 186/13 [F2013L01627].
Instructions — GNSS primary means navigation (B737NG and B777-300ER aircraft)—CASA 187/13 [F2013L01626].
Instructions — GNSS primary means navigation (B787-8 aircraft)—CASA 220/13 [F2013L01797].
Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 and Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998—Exemption, permission and direction — helicopter search and rescue operations and training for such operations—CASA EX66/13 [F2013L01724].
Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998—
Airworthiness Limitations—AD/B767/145 Amdt 2 [F2013L01698].
Amendment of instrument CASA 125/09 — Drug and alcohol testing by CASA under Subpart 99.C of CASR 1998—CASA 165/13 [F2013L01616].
Approval – means of compliance with Airworthiness Directive for Grob G 109 and G 109 B aircraft—A&ESB 12/3050 [F2013L01704].
Auto-Speedbrake Control System—AD/B767/178 Amdt 1 [F2013L01313].
Automatic Flight Control System—AD/A320/3 Amdt 1 [F2013L01691].
Cabin Altitude Warning Takeoff Briefing—AD/B737/346 Amdt 1 [F2013L01751].
Darwin Inspection and Testing Service Ultrasonic Inspection—AD/GENERAL/86 [F2013L01490].
Elevator Flutter Damper Shear Pins—AD/CL-600/36 Amdt 1 [F2013L01332].
Escape Slide Release Cable—AD/B737/42 Amdt 1 [F2013L01750].
Exemption – carriage of flight data recorder – Pel-Air Aviation—CASA EX80/13 [F2013L01393].
Exemption — CASR Part 99 DAMP requirements for CAR 30 or Part 145 organisations overseas—CASA EX95/13 [F2013L01675].
Exemption — certificate of release to service – foreign approved maintenance organisations—CASA EX74/13 [F2013L01378].
Exemption — from having training and checking organisation—CASA EX81/13 [F2013L01493].
Exemption — from holding an air traffic control licence—CASA EX108/13 [F2013L01754].
Exemption – from standard landing minima – Boeing 737 fail-passive aircraft – Virgin Australia Airlines Pty Ltd—
CASA EX73/13 [F2013L01400].
CASA EX86/13 [F2013L01496].
CASA EX114/13 [F2013L01882].
Exemption – from standard take-off and landing minima – Nippon Cargo Airlines Co. Ltd—CASA EX103/13 [F2013L01771].
Exemption – from standard take-off and landing minima – Virgin Australia International Airlines Pty Ltd—CASA EX115/13 [F2013L01883].
Exemption – from standard take-off and landing minima – Vietnam Airlines—CASA EX99/13 [F2013L01688].
Exemption — instrument rating flight tests in a synthetic flight training device—CASA EX116/13 [F2013L01869].
Exemption of DAMP organisations for collection and screening of specimens—CASA EX112/13 [F2013L01806].
Exemption — recency requirements for night flying (Virgin Australia Airlines Pty Ltd)—CASA EX90/13 [F2013L01628].
Exemption – recency requirements for night flying – Virgin Australia International Airlines Pty Ltd— CASA EX118/13 [F2013L01871].
Exemption — requirement to wear seat belt and safety harness—CASA EX 106/13 [F2013L01805].
Exemption — Sydney Jabiru Flying School solo flight training at Bankstown aerodrome—CASA EX111/13 [F2013L01877].
Exemption — take-off with residual traces of frost and ice—CASA EX70/13 [F2013L01203].
Exemption — temporary relief from requirement to carry serviceable ADS-B transmitting equipment when operating in defined exempted airspace—CASA EX113/13 [F2013L01837].
Exemption — use of ADS-B in Aerolineas Argentinas aircraft LV-CSF—CASA EX96/13 [F2013L01662].
Exemption — Virgin Australia International Airlines from subregulation 217(2) of CAR 1988 and paragraph 3.3 of CAO 82.5 (cabin crew training)—CASA EX69/13 [F2013L01202].
Exemption — Virgin Australia International Airlines from subregulation 217(2) of CAR 1988 and paragraph 3.3 of CAO 82.5 (flight crew training)—CASA EX68/13 [F2013L01200].
Exhaust System Inspection – Heat Exchanger—AD/X-TS/1 Amdt 1 [F2013L01664].
Fatigue Critical Components – Retirement Lives—AD/TSA-600/38 Amdt 2 [F2013L01597].
Flightcrew Oxygen Masks—AD/B737/294 Amdt 2 [F2013L01697].
Fuel Injection Servo Plugs—AD/FSM/31 Amdt 3 [F2013L01792].
Fuel Probes—AD/A320/9 Amdt 1 [F2013L01690].
Fuel System Ventilation and Drainage Modification—AD/GA8/7 [F2013L01663].
Main Cabin Upper Door—AD/TSA-600/39 Amdt 3 [F2013L01791].
Main Rotor Mast and Trunnion – Retirement Index Number (RIN) Recount/Inspection—
AD/BELL 204/6 Amdt 13 [F2013L01470].
AD/BELL 205/1 Amdt 33 [F2013L01472].
Maintenance on warbird and historic and replica aircraft (WHR) — directions and licence condition—CASA 197/13 [F2013L01747].
Manual of Standards Part 139 Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 1) [F2013L01756].
Nose Wheel Steering Control—
AD/A320/27 Amdt 1 [F2013L01692].
AD/A320/27 Amdt 2 [F2013L01835].
Oxygen System—AD/HS 125/161 Amdt 1 [F2013L01679].
Part 66 Manual of Standards Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 1) [F2013L01399].
Part 147 Manual of Standards Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 1) [F2013L01397].
Pitot Probe Hoses—AD/A320/24 Amdt 1 [F2013L01693].
Revocation of exemption — CASR Part 99 DAMP requirements for CAR 30 organisations overseas—CASA EX97/13 [F2013L01676].
Revocations of Airworthiness Directives—
CASA ADCX 012/13 [F2013L01333].
CASA ADCX 013/13 [F2013L01411].
CASA ADCX 014/13 [F2013L01494].
CASA ADCX 015/13 [F2013L01566].
CASA ADCX 016/13 [F2013L01596].
CASA ADCX 017/13 [F2013L01637].
CASA ADCX 018/13 [F2013L01700].
CASA ADCX 019/13 [F2013L01752].
CASA ADCX 020/13 [F2013L01828].
CASA ADCX 021/13 [F2013L01823].
CASA ADCX 022/13 [F2013L01902].
Take-Off Warning—AD/B737/18 Amdt 2 [F2013L01703].

{Note: If you are interested in some of the other individual instruments just copy and paste to search engine and click on the COMLAW link provided}

I know different political systems and all that.. but interestingly enough in the US recently the House Transportation Committee instigated an audit of the FAA:

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Inspector General To Audit FAA Organizational Structure House Transportation Committee Requested The Probe

The DOT Inspector General plans to begin an audit of the FAA’s organization structure this month at the request of the chairs of the House Transportation Committee and Aviation Subcommittee.

In a document posted on the Federal Register, over the past two decades, FAA has undergone several reorganizations and structural changes in an effort to improve its operation of the National Airspace System, such as the establishment of the Air Traffic Organization in 2000. The IG says the audit objectives are to:

  • Determine whether FAA reforms implemented since 1995 have resulted in improved air traffic operations, reduced Agency costs, and expedited delivery of new technologies
  • Compare the processes used by different countries to deliver air traffic services and implement new technologies.

FAA reauthorization legislation is scheduled to be before the committee later this month. LoBiondo said at a hearing December 12 that one of his top priorities was the implementation of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act, and that organization changes at the agency may be necessary for that to be accomplished.

Question for those kosher with the Oz system: Would it not be possible for the WLB (Wet Lettuce Brigade) to enlist the help of the Senate RRAT committee to make a submission to the ANAO or OBPR (Office of Best Practice Regulation) to audit/review the CAA DIs??

The ANAO/OBPR in turn could enlist the expertise of the WLB, along with maybe some guidance from the PMC endorsed Best Bractice Regulation Handbook, pool their resources and before you knew it you’d be well on the way to a fully independent, transparent process of auditing the DI list…hmm food for thought perhaps??

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