International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI)
Association internationale des enquêteurs de la sécurité aérienne
Founded 14 Aug 1964, USA, as 'Society of Air Safety Investigators'. Present name adopted 1977.
Promote air safety investigation by the exchange of ideas, experience and information regarding aircraft accident investigation; promote technical advancement by providing for professional education through lectures, displays and presentations and otherwise aid in the advancement of flight safety; broaden professional relationships among members; maintain and increase the prestige, standing and influence of the Air Safety Investigator in matters of air safety.
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International Council. Regional organization: D-XD9442 - European Society of Air Safety Investigators (ESASI). Standing Committees (3); Special Objective Committees (6); Technical Working Groups.
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