CASOP

MAY 17-18, 2021

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(1200-1600 Eastern Daily)

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CASOP’s Purpose

The purpose of CASOP is to create a network of safety-focused professionals from Member organizations across Canada’s aviation community to discuss safety issues and concerns, to share safety-related information, and to develop professional relationships for addressing safety challenges as they emerge.

The CASOP initiative is also focused on contributing to Transport Canada’s requirement for exchanging safety-related information within Canada’s aviation community. The responsibility for the success of the partnership is shared amongst all participating members.

CASOP’s History

The Canadian Aviation Safety Officer Partnership (CASOP) was launched in September 2010 in response to the industry’s desire to share safety-related information amongst safety professionals from across Canada’s broad aviation community.

CASOP is held twice annually. The first one in the spring, the second in the fall and the location typically moves across the country to allow as many members as possible the opportunity to host and attend the event in a cost-effective manner in locations that are logistically easy to travel to.

CASOP’s Members

CASOP membership is open to representatives of Member organizations with a direct interest or contribution to aviation safety such as Canadian air operators, airport operators, air navigation service providers, DND, aircraft maintenance organizations, manufacturers, flight-training units and educational institutions.

CASOP is also open on a case by case basis to other outside organizations, associations and agencies with a direct interest or contribution to aviation safety not listed above. Application for these groups must be approved by the CASOP Steering Committee.

CASOP is not open to individuals, members of the media, insurance companies, special interest groups or the legal community at large.

Observers who are not members of CASOP will be invited on a case by case basis by the CASOP Steering Committee.

CASOP is not a marketing forum, and the Rules of the Road are to be respected by the members and attendees in this regard.

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The purpose of CASOP is to create a network of safety-focused professionals from Member organizations across Canada’s aviation community to discuss safety issues and concerns, to share safety-related information, and to develop professional relationships for addressing safety challenges as they emerge.

The CASOP initiative is also focused on contributing to Transport Canada’s requirement for exchanging safety-related information within Canada’s aviation community. The responsibility for the success of the partnership is shared amongst all participating members.

The log in portal will open in a new browser tab, and will only be available to the Member Organization's Primary Point of Contact.

We are continually updating and verifying our members list. If you are a Member Organization's Primary Point of Contact and receive an error message while trying to log in you may have not been added to our active directory yet. Please be patient while we update our records. If you feel you have received an error message and you are a CASOP Member Organization's Primary Point of Contact, please use the contact form below include your member number in the message and we will get you added as soon as possible. Thank you again for your patience.

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The role and function of the CASOP Secretariat is championed by NAV Canada’s Safety and Quality Department. The Secretariat receives guidance and direction from the CASOP Steering Committee and is primarily responsible for the planning, coordination and facilitation of CASOP conferences.

 

To contact us with any questions, please email or call us.

 

77 METCALFE | OTTAWA, ON | K1P 5L6 | +1 (613) 563-4440 | casop@navcanada.ca

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