Recommendations

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Closed Date

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Number Recommendation Status Made Closed Recipient Inquiry
022/12 Rail The driving compartments on Trains 6250 and 6247 were damaged during the collision sequence to such an extent that had the drivers not vacated their… Closed NZTA RO-2010-102
020/12 Marine At about 2000 on 14 March 2012, the fishing vessel Easy Rider departed Bluff for Great South Cape Island off the west coast of Stewart Island. The… Closed MNZ MO-2012-201
019/12 Marine A working bridge watch navigational and alarm system should have been fitted to the Anatoki to mitigate the known risk of one-man bridge operations.… Closed MNZ MO-2010-202
011/12 Aviation The use of performance impairing substances is known to have a detrimental effect on the ability of people to safely operate in critical transport… Closed MoT AO-2010-009
014/12 Aviation Requires non-precision approaches at Queenstown to be re-evaluated to determine whether any rule exemptions or procedural requirements are necessary… Closed CAA AO-2010-007
016/12 Aviation Requires Airways and the operator of Queenstown Aerodrome to install a system that provides controllers with real-time observation of the weather… Closed CAA AO-2010-007
001/12 Aviation (a) conduct an urgent check of all maintenance organisations and licensed engineers approved to maintain hot-air balloons to ensure that their… Closed CAA AO-2012-001
029/11 Rail The profile (specifically the rate of change in gradient) of the Beach Road level crossing at Paekakariki on the State Highway 1 side has been formed… Closed NZTA RO-2011-104
030/11 Rail The distance between the compulsory stop line and the rail corridor at the Beach Road level crossing at Paekakariki is 10.5 m. The bus involved in… Closed NZTA RO-2011-104
022/11 Aviation The descriptions and requirements for the standard overhead circuit joining procedure that are published in the Civil Aviation Rules, the… Closed CAA AO-2010-005

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