The Australian and New Zealand Societies of Air Safety Investigators are seeking papers for presentation at the 2015 Regional Air Safety Seminar.
Held in Auckland from the 5-7 June, the annual event has previously covered topics such as fuel contamination, safety culture, HUMS sensors and the investigation of Asiana Flight 214.
This year the seminar is seeking papers on ‘contemporary air safety issues, recent developments, and current or recently completed investigations’, with attendees and presenters from outside the region particularly welcome.
ASASI is affiliated with the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI), which was formed in 1964 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’.
All those interested in attending or presenting at the seminar can find the relevant information on ASASI’s website, with speaking registrations closing at the end of January.