About 80 people from industry, the air force, and the CAA gathered in Wellington in October 2019 for the design delegate holders seminar. While the seminar is a regular event, this was the first time that Part 148 topics were discussed.

Presentations

Major or Minor? - Jason Ashworth, CAA Technical Programme Manager (Acting) [PDF 1.1 MB]

Legal Framework of Delegations - John Sneyd, CAA Chief Legal Counsel [PDF 195 KB]

A proposed AC for Experimental and Certification Test Flying - Tim Dutton, CAA [PDF 556 KB]

Design Considerations for the Human Contribution to Safety - Matt Harris, CAA Safety Investigator [PDF 1.5 MB]

Manufacturing Part 148 - Oceania Aviation [PDF 4.9 MB]

Brief update on CAA acceptance of Additive Manufacturing - Gaetano Settineri, CAA [PDF 97 KB]

CAANZ 146 / CASA 21J / EASA 21J Design Organisation Differences - Matt Pepler and Rodger Chalk, Air New Zealand Design Organisation [PDF 846 KB]

Change Through Managed Processes - Flight Interiors [PDF 1.6 MB]

Conformity Process - Greg Baum, CAA [PDF 1.3 MB]

Health and Safety by Design - Good Practice Guidelines - Worksafe [PDF 2.2 MB]

Instructions for Continuing Airworthiness for the life of modifications - Brendan Odell, CAA [PDF 1.5 MB]

Intelligence & Safety Analysis - What we do - Jack Stanton, CAA [PDF 887 KB]

CAA Organisational Change - Shaun Johnson, CAA [PDF 3.1 MB]

Product Certification update - Greg Baum, CAA [PDF 1 MB]

Update on ASTM standards - Jason Ashworth, CAA Technical Programme Manager (Acting) [PDF 847 KB]

Use of Commercial Off the Shelf Products - Richard Traill, Five Rings [PDF 200 KB]

What can we learn from EASA’s Part 21G approval process? [PDF 1.1 MB]

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