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  1. What do you think about the safety and appropriateness of a helicopter/ pad being located in the middle of a residential neighborhood 50’ from lake and neighbors. There is an airstrip 3 miles away and an airport 15 min away. Small, quiet, lake town with no current helicopter ordinance.
  2. "Being safe is integral to providing our patients with the quality medical care they deserve and, equally important, a safe work environment for our pilots, nurses and paramedics." -Air Evac Lifeteam "From the very highest level of management on down, commitment and accountability drive safety performance. We remain proactive in strengthening our safety culture by continuing to educate employees, monitor and measure results, and recognize safe work practices." -Petroleum Helicopter inc. "...Papillon abides by flight safety rules and regulations that substantially exceed the regulations re
  3. Dear all, Please take a moment to read this as it will be greatly appreciated. I am a keen want-to-be helicopter pilot and for my final year project at the University of Brighton I am researching the causes of human error in helicopter accidents. The aim of the project is to develop a product that could one day go on the market to help pilots reduce error during flight. It would be extremely helpful to my studies if any willing pilots (who have flown solo at-least once) out there would be willing to fill in a questionnaire for me. Don’t worry, it can be entirely anonymous if you wish for it
  4. Dear all, Please take a moment to read this as it will be greatly appreciated. I am a keen want-to-be helicopter pilot and for my final year project at the University of Brighton I am researching the causes of human error in helicopter accidents. The aim of the project is to develop a product that could one day go on the market to help pilots reduce error during flight. It would be extremely helpful to my studies if any willing pilots (who have flown solo at-least once) out there would be willing to fill in a questionnaire for me. Don’t worry, it can be entirely anonymous if you wish for it
  5. WWW.CHOPPERSTORIES.COM If you accomplished Sky Wallahs don't mind, I'd like to use a column to humbly ask for input, feedback, rotten eggs & stories related to some of subjects covered above. Whatever you feel like, write it, or chuck it! It's the bar stories that keep us alive. The passing on of information to fellow pilots. . "But if I had never had any help, never had any advice, never had mentors... I would be stone dead by now. I have waltzed -innocently- into many situations where... a small amber caution light... ...flickered on inside my retarded brain. Where a little voi
  6. CFII seeking time building / ag / ferry opportunities of all kinds. Experience ferrying from Los Angeles to Seattle / Wenatchee 2x and from Los Angeles to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska and back. If you are bringing a ship back from a cherry contract or back from Alaska at the end of the season I'd be delighted to copilot.
  7. Hi there, My name's Drew Brown, i'm a student at the University of Strathclyde. For my final year project i'm looking into improving Emergency Breathing Systems used during helicopter transit to and from offshore rigs. As part of my research i've put together a short survey. It would be a great help to get a number of replies and there is obvioulsy a helpful range of posters here with a wealth of experience so it would be an ideal place to display the survey link. https://strathbusiness.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bl461jduwgaAtpz . Thanks in advance. It would be much appreciated.
  8. Just got my Heli-Expo 2013 program and found their safety education initiative program. Here's the agenda if you haven't seen it. HAI already offers some very valuable workshops for the new student and CFI, but this program adds even more good stuff for early-career pilots. Really pleased to see this on the program this year, and it's tipped the balance for me to try and find the cash to make the trip. In addition to the Safety Challenge program, check out the CFI Mentoring Workshop (done in the past by Karl Cotton and Randy Rowles) on Tuesday, and students should have a look at the Pilo
  9. Hi Everyone, Some of you may have known my Fiance, Andrew Ridge - known on here as ADRidge... and if you are unaware, he was killed a few weeks ago in a wire strike accident up in Washington state while riding along with another pilot to review what he'd be doing there. It's a devastating loss as he was so young, so talented and had such a bright future. I am not a pilot, and that is why I am here - I need the advice and information of some of you. I'm aware that wire strikes are some of the most common and fatal accidents that occur in the helicopter world - and I want to know more about
  10. Wow it has been entirely too long since I have had time to post here. I hope everyone is doing well and keeping safe out there. My current topic comes from some recent vacations where I have seen more and more of those bright orange/red balls suspended on power lines. (for anyone unsure of what I mean:) So here is my inquiry, these work extremely well of day marking of power lines, especially where long runs might not allow a pilot to see a lit tower when in close proximity to the line itself. So if these simple plactice spheres have saved live (and I believe they have) why not have a clea
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