To further assist operators and individuals impacted by the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) introduced additional alleviation measures to provide support to the aviation industry until 31 March 2022.
CASA EX92/21 - as amended by CASA EX100/21, provides alleviation from:
* flight reviews and proficiency checks
* operator proficiency checks
* proficiency in emergency procedures
* balloon instructor ratings
for pilots, aircrew, cabin crew, AOC holders, flight training organisations, and Part 137 operators.
To find out more, visit their COVID-19 page
The Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) Committee has issued updated information on the delivery of first aid training in light of latest developments with COVID-19. RTOs delivering cardiopulmonary resuscitation within the First Aid units must ensure a risk assessment is completed before delivery and comply with State and Territory Health requirements and any local restrictions. In local areas where community transmission of COVID-19 has been reported, or where an area has been declared a hot spot, RTOs are able to make “reasonable adjustment” during CPR assessment.
Click here to see the AISC Advice.