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Module 5 - Air Law, Night 1-(7-02-2011)-(issue 01)-(revised 0)

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Module 5 - Air Law, Night 1-(7-02-2011)-(issue 01)-(revised 0)

  1. 1. MODULE 6 Air 1 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  2. 2. Aeronautical knowledge working in-line with Flying Training THEORY MODULE FLIGHT HOURS FLIGHT MODULE Human performance, Limitations, CRM & TEM (1) 3.0 Hovering (6) Aircraft General Knowledge (2) 8.4 Circuits (13) Aerodynamics (3) 13.4 Entry to Autorotation (17) Flight Planning & Performance (4) 31.3 Limited Power Landings (26) Meteorology (5) 35.6 Solo Training Area (27) Air Law (6) 38.5 Solo Confined Areas (28) Navigation (7) 40 Navigation (29) 2 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  3. 3. How Should I use these Power Points? Read The WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME? box at the start of each section will quickly tell you what you will learn (learning outcomes) and the competency standards covered, by reading that section of the book. Reflect The TEST YOURSELF box at the end of each section gives an opportunity to recall and reinforce what you have learned. Complete All of the ACTIVITIES, which invite you to make notes, complete an Quiz and conduct a practice exam, which will also help you take note of the solutions that seem to be most relevant for you. Familiarise Whenever you see the boy reading his book, this is a reminder to FAMILIARISE yourself with certain procedures, tasks, skills, knowledge, etc. With Practice, comes proficiency. 3 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  4. 4. Night 1 – Air Law (Civil Aviation Act 1988) Training Objective (Aim) To learn how to; maintain, conduct, select, extract, apply, recall, identify, state, cite..... all the legal requirements in flight and know the actions required to minimise, prevent and avoid related incident/accidents Definition Aviation law is the branch of law that concerns flight, air travel, and associated legal and business concerns. The Civil Aviation Act provides the primary legislative base for air safety control in Australia and contains a number of important regulatory provisions. 4 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  5. 5. WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME? After completing this lesson you will be able to Extract an item of Documentation importance (Element H3.1). This involves: •Given an Item of Operational significance: -Select the Appropriate reference document (CAA) - Extract relevant & current information from this document Recall & apply the following Flight Rules & Conditions of Flight (Element H3.3). This involves: •Extract & apply the limitations imposed on: -Aerobatic Flight - requirements regarding the operation & safety of the aircraft -Extract/apply the rules relating to the use of drugs and alcohol and flight departure 5 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  6. 6. Reflect This Lesson gives you an opportunity to recall and reinforce what you have learned. Including: •Helicopter Limitations (H8.1) •Flight Manual (H8.2) •Airworthiness & Equipment (H8.18) •Alcohol & Drugs (C11.3) 6 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  7. 7. Overview (Structure) •Lesson Content - NEW KNOWLEDGE •Branch of Air Law •How to Interpret the Regulations •Operational versus In-depth knowledge base •Civil Aviation Act 1988 (CAA) •Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) •Accidents & Incidents •Part 3 Division 1, 3 & 3A Important Information- SKILLS & BEHAVIOUR •Building a Relationship with CASA •Flying Operations Inspector (FOI) •Approved Testing Officer (ATO) •Quiz / Practise Exam •Class room exercise - .Case Studies •Post-Lesson Briefing Outcome. Feedback. Future 7 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  8. 8. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour Branch of Air Law – READ CASR Guide-1 Para 6 & 7 8 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  9. 9. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour How to interpret the Regulations – READ: CASR, Guide-1, Para 1. to 5. & Guide-2 Para 10. to 12. 9 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  10. 10. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour Operational versus In-depth Knowledge Base 2 HOUR EXAM 40 QUESTIONS 3 MINUTES EACH QUESTION UNDERSTANDING & AWARNESS IS THE KEY 10 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  11. 11. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour Civil Aviation Act 1988 – READ: CAA PART 1-Preliminary Description page 1The Civil Aviation Act provides the primary legislative base for air safety control in Australia and contains a number of important regulatory provisions COMENCMENT Interpretation 7A Penalties generally (1) The penalty to be imposed for an offence is to be the penalty provided by or under this or any other Act or law. (2) The penalty to be imposed for a statutory offence for which no penalty is so provided is imprisonment for 5 years. Penalty units Unless the contrary intention appears, a reference in any Act or statutory rule to a number of penalty units (whether fractional or whole) is taken to be a reference to an amount of money equal to the amount obtained by multiplying $110 by that number of penalty units 11 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  12. 12. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) – READ CAA Part II Section 8, 9, 9A, 11 & 12 Establishment Functions Performance IAW International agreements Directions 12 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  13. 13. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour Accidents & Incidents 13 © Newcastle Flight Theory WHY DO WE NEED REGULATIONS?
  14. 14. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour Accidents & Incidents – READ: Handout Australian Transport Safety Bureau 14 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  15. 15. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour CAA Part 3, Division 1 Regulation 20AA 20AB 20A - Reckless Operations 15 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  16. 16. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour CAA Part 3, Division 1 Regulation 23 – Dangerous Goods 23A – Statement of Cargo 16 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  17. 17. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour CAA Part 3, Division 1 Regulation 23B – Training Dangerous Goods 24 – Interference 17 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  18. 18. Tea Break – 0.2 hr 18 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  19. 19. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour CAA Part 3, Division 2 Regulation 27 – Air Operator Certificate sub regulation - 2A Regulation 27AD – Proving Flights 19 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  20. 20. New Knowledge (Lesson Content) – 1.8 hour CAA Part 3, Division 3 Regulation 29 – Offences 30DB – Serious & imminent risks to air safety 30DC – Suspension 20 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  21. 21. Quiz / Practise Exam – 0.3 hour Accidents & Incidents Complete Lets Look at real life Case Study as a Class INCIDENT OCCURRENCE 200601600 Reflect Now lets look at a real life ESIR Pilot Questionnaire & Response, to the noted Incident Occurrence. 21 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  22. 22. Quiz / Practise Exam – 0.3 hour CAA Part 3, Division 1 Complete Lets Look at real life Case Study as a Class INCIDENT OCCURRENCE 1991 025 20 Reflect How did the PIC fail to comply with the laws? 22 © Newcastle Flight Theory CAR 20A
  23. 23. Important Information (Skills & Behaviour) – 0.1 hour Building a Relations Ship with CASA http://www.casa.gov.au 23 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  24. 24. Important Information (Skills & Behaviour) – 0.1 hour Flying Operations Inspector 24 © Newcastle Flight Theory Bill Tucker (FOI – Perth Office) After moving to Australia, he opened and operated his own Flight Training School, while also working in Marine Pilot Transfer, Charter, Media, offshore operations, search and rescue and operations in Antarctic. Bill’s roll as an FOI is provide regulatory services to the aviation industry. To plan & conduct safety audits, carry out investigations and become involved in enforcement action when necessary. Originally hailing from Oklahoma US, Bill Tucker joined the Army in 1973 as fixed wing pilot and then converting to helicopters with the US Navy. Bill was one of two FOI’s who assessed and issued Maitland Helicopters Flight Training School Certificate in 2010.
  25. 25. Important Information (Skills & Behaviour) – 0.1 hour Approved Testing Officer Peter Cook (Head of Checking & Training) Originally hailing from New Zealand, Peter Cook joined the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service in 1989 and is the longest serving full time operational employee of the company. Previously, he flew as an instructor and general charter pilot in and around Sydney as well as a stint in Papua New Guinea. Peter’s roll as an ATO is to represent (Delegate) CASA and administer Flight testing and approvals on behalf of CASA. Peter conducted the Chief Pilots (for Maitland Helicopters) initial CPL flight Test in 2004 25 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  26. 26. Complete For Home Work No Practise Exam – Read over Notes 26 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  27. 27. Assessment of Competencies Standards – Instructor NO ASSESSMENT FOR THIS LESSON 27 © Newcastle Flight Theory
  28. 28. Post - Lesson Briefing OUTCOME – Civil Aviation Regulations (Element H3.1 & Element H3.3) FEEDBACK (from Students) FUTURE – Night 2, Civil Aviation Regulations (CAR) Introduction Make sure you bring your CAR Publication DRIVE SAFELY HOME!!! 28 © Newcastle Flight Theory

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