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National Airports Safeguarding Advisory Group (NASAG) Meeting Outcomes

13 July 2021

NASAG most recently held an ordinary meeting on 13 July 2021. At this meeting, members considered the draft 2019 NASF Implementation Review Report, including discussion of recommended outcomes to progress jurisdictional implementation of the framework. It is anticipated the draft report and recommendations will be provided to State and Territory senior officials and Ministers for formal endorsement in the final quarter of 2021.

NASAG continues to progress the 2021-24 Forward Work Plan, which includes reviews of Guideline B (windshear), Guideline C (wildlife hazard management) and Guideline D (wind farms).

21 August 2019

At this meeting members agreed the Terms of Reference for an Implementation Review of the National Airports Safeguarding Framework.

The Implementation Review commenced on 2 September 2019, with a draft report to be considered by NASAG at the next meeting in February 2020.

All tiers of government, industry and the community will be consulted as part of the review process.

The NASAG Forward Work Plan for 2019-2021 PDF: 547 KB was also agreed. The group has identified further consideration of Guidelines B (windshear), D (wind farms) and C (wildlife strike) during this period.