Canadian Aviation Safety Seminar
- Issue 1/2010
- Copyright and Credits
- Guest Editorial
- Canadian Aviation Safety Seminar
- Flight Operations
- Maintenance and Certification
- Recently Released TSB Reports
- Accident Synopses
- The Civil Aviation Medical Examiner and You
- Regulations and You
- The First Defence (poster)
- Take Five: How to Stay Current
- Full HTML Version
- PDF Version
Over the last few years, safety information has become more readily accessible through reputable Web sites, aviation seminars and conferences launched by industry partners in Canada and around the world. Industry stakeholders continue to acquire new skills and insights, and to benefit from the sharing of best practices through these and other forms of training and communication activities.
For those reasons, Transport Canada has decided to discontinue the Canadian Aviation Safety Seminar (CASS) to focus resources on the activities necessary to address current safety-awareness, -education, and -promotion issues. This will be achieved through Transport Canada’s specialized seminars, oversight activities, Web site and publications.
Transport Canada will continue to be involved in promoting aviation safety by providing targeted interventions that correspond to the needs of the industry, and effectively educating the audience about relevant safety issues.
For more information, please visit www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/publications/tp185-1-10-printable-3058.htm.
National Aviation Day—February 23
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