If your medical condition undergoes significant changes at any time, under the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations Part 67, pilots and air traffic controllers have an obligation to report details to CASA.
Conditions that you are not required to report are more common, everyday medical ailments including:
If you are in doubt about whether your condition should be reported to CASA, please check with your DAME. You are also required to inform CASA if your condition has required that you be off work for more than seven days.
Under CASR Part 67, the reference to licence applies to a flight crew licence; a special pilot licence; a flight radiotelephone licence and an air traffic controller licence.
All references to a DAME include a DAO, if it is relation to a medically significant condition that affects a person’s vision.
CASR Part 67 states you may be penalised if you are the holder of a class 1 medical certificate and a licence and you do not inform CASA when you:
These conditions apply if you have a class 2 or 3 medical certificate, except that you must notify CASA if the condition continues for 30 days.