Marine TAIC adds navigation in pilotage waters to Watchlist
More needs to be done to address errors in ship navigation in pilotage waters. Errors in navigation in pilotage waters carry the risk of serious consequences for people, the environment, and the economy. The Commission launched a new Watchlist item today to focus the attention of regulators, operators and training providers on solving the problem.
Aviation Vacancy: Manager, Air Investigations
Applications closed on 3 October 2018. The successful applicant will have relevant air transport experience, leadership and investigative skills, and professional or technical qualifications. You will effectively lead those who provide high quality and timely air transport accident investigation services.
Watchlist update 2018
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission has completed the 2018 review of its Watchlist, which draws attention to its most pressing safety concerns. The five items have all been updated to reflect recent developments.
Aviation Media Statement: TAIC opens inquiry into helicopter crash at Lake Wanaka
The Commission has opened an inquiry into a helicopter crash at Lake Wanaka in Otago on Saturday 21 July 2018, involving a Robinson R44 helicopter.
TAIC report: Capsize and foundering of charter fishing vessel Francie with the loss of eight lives
November 2016: fishing charter vessel Francie capsized crossing Kaipara Harbour bar. 8 people died, 3 survived. More would have survived had all worn lifejackets, more so if fitted with crotch straps.
Aviation TAIC Report on fatal crash of helicopter whilst fighting 2017 Port Hills wildfires
Media statement: TAIC reports on the crash of a helicopter whilst fighting wildfires on the Christchurch Port Hills
Aviation TAIC opens inquiry into crash of MD600N helicopter, remote country NE of Waiouru
TAIC has opened an inquiry into a helicopter crash that occurred at about 9am today at a remote location North East of Waiouru.
Rail TAIC opens inquiry into passenger train derailment at Britomart, Auckland
The Commission has opened an inquiry into the passenger train derailment at Britomart Station in Auckland
Aviation Interim Reports on Air NZ Boeing 787 inflight occurrences
TAIC confirms two Air New Zealand Boeing 787 inflight occurrences part of known worldwide problem; says regulator actions make urgent recommendations unnecessary.
Marine TAIC opens inquiry into Timaru fishing vessel fire
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission has opened an inquiry into the fire on board the fishing vessel Dong Won at Timaru port. Circumstances reported to date are that the deep-sea fishing vessel, the Dong Won 701, caught fire at about 2130 9 April 2018 at Number 1 Wharf in the port of Timaru. The Commission’s team of three investigators is due to arrive at the site this afternoon (10 April).