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Onshore Helicopter Safety

Posted by Evvnt on 14/03/2019
Type of ad Professional Offer
Type Other activities
The past few years have seen a number of major accidents and incidents which have highlighted issues with onshore helicopter operations in the UK and more broadly. Whilst the offshore sector has seen a great deal of focus and industry investment the onshore sector has remained the sum of its disparate parts and difficult to pull together.

This 2-day conference aims, following the publication of the CAA onshore safety report, to examine the factors affecting onshore helicopter safety, how these might be mitigated and where positive steps can be taken across the community to improve outcomes. It recognises the efforts of IHIST, EHEST and the BHA in working towards a similar end but takes a fresh aerospace engineering focussed view on the key issues.

Non-member / £625.00 + VAT: GBP 625.0
RAeS Corporate Partner / £525.00 + VAT: GBP 525.0
RAeS Member / £450.00 + VAT: GBP 450.0
Student - POA: GBP 0.0

Speakers: Simon Witts FRAeS, Chief Executive (Founder), Aviation Skills Partnership, Ollie Dismore FRAeS, Head NPAS, Simon Mitchell, General Manager, Starspeed, Robin Tutcher, Chief Pilot and Accountable Manager, Western Power Distribution, Simon Harlow FRAeS, Chief Pilot, Babcock-MCS, Rick Newson, Onshore Safety Review Lead, CAA

Venue details: No.4 Hamilton Place, 4 Hamilton Place, London, W1J 7BQ, United Kingdom

Date and time: on Wednesday July 03, 2019 at 9:00 am (ends Thursday July 04, 2019 at 5:00 pm)

Category: Conferences, Engineering and Technology, Aviation

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