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ANZSASI June 2023 - Gold Coast Australia

ANZSASI 2023 proudly sponsored by

RMIT

Welcome to ASASI

The Australian Society of Air Safety Investigators (ASASI) was formed in 1978 after an inaugural meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria. ASASI was formed to better serve and represent the views of Air Safety Investigators in Australia. Since then ASASI has grown to a membership of 150 plus and now hosts a biennial conference in conjunction with the New Zealand Society of Air Safety Investigators (NZSASI). ASASI is affiliated with ISASI.

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ISASI

The International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) was founded in the United States under articles of incorporation in the District of Columbia on August 14, 1964.

 

The Society formed to: 

  • promote air safety by the exchange of ideas, experience and information about aircraft accident investigation, and to otherwise aid in the advancement of safety.
  • promote technical advancement by providing professional education through lectures displays and presentations and by the exchange of information for the mutual development of improved investigations.
  • broaden professional relationships among members.
  • maintain and increase the prestige standing and influence of the Air Safety Investigator in matters of air safety.

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EVENTS
IN SHORT

The 2023 ANZSASI Australasian Seminar will be held in Surfers Paradise at the Novotel Hotel, 3105 Surfers Paradise Blvd, from Friday to Sunday June 2-4 (2023).

All our latest news and updates

15 January

ISASI 2022 Best Paper Award

ISASI 2022 Best Paper Award ATSB takes out best paper at ISASI 2022 Dr. Nathalie Boston and Michael Dawes were awarded Best Paper by the international judging panel at ISASI […]

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31 August

The ASASI – Flight Safety Australia Scholarship

ASASI Flight Safety Australia Scholarship The Australian Society of Air Safety Investigators (ASASI) has joined with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to encourage and assist tertiary-level students involved in […]

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3 April

What other students say

WHAT OTHER STUDENTS SAY Nur Amalina Jumary (Class of 2019) The first time I learned about the Rudolf Kapustin Memorial Scholarship was in my Aviation Safety class at the University […]

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