Part 135 Operations Sector Risk Profile Workshops

The CAA is holding a workshop facilitated by PwC to discuss the Part 135 Helicopter and Small Aeroplane Operations Sector Risk Profile.

The Part 135 Sector Risk Profile (SRP) was originally developed in 2015. We are now seeking help to identify and develop action and mitigations for each of those key risks previously identified, as well as emerging risks. We are looking forward to key sector participants joining us, as their opinions are crucial to the refinement of this SRP.

What can you expect on the day?
You will be attending a workshop facilitated by PwC with about 20-30 other sector participants, including CAA staff. The workshop is designed to promote collaboration and openness. We understand you will be representing your organisation (constituents) and we also really want to understand your perspective of what actions could make a real difference from your own experience.

How you can prepare?
The workshop will require active participation from everyone and as such there are three key things we ask you to do in advance of attending:

1. Read the brief Sector Risk Profiling handbook (PDF 855 KB)
CAA developed this handbook and it explains sector risk profiling. Further information can be found on the Sector Risk Profiles page.

2. Review the previous Part 135 SRP (PDF 1.7 MB)

3. Discuss with key people in your organisation what you think may be the key actions to minimise the risks identified in the Part 135 SRP.

There are three workshop options available – please select the session most suitable for you.

Register now

10 Nov 2017 - PwC Wellington, 113-119 The Terrace - Register here by 08 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017 - Venue has changed to: Ministry of Health, 48 Hereford Sreet, Christchurch - Register here by 13 Nov 2017
30 Nov 2017 - PwC Tower Auckland, Level 22, 188 Quay Street - Register here by 28 Nov 2017

Workshop times: 0900-1600
Dress code: Smart casual (including jeans)

If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact Samantha Palaroan or call (04) 462 7215.