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May
06
2020

Using Crew Resource Management on All Helicopter Flights (For Helicopter Air Ambulance and Other Civil Crewmember Operations)

Posted by jhadmin

The USHST has developed an initiative specifically because the practice of Crew Resource Management (CRM) has not been formally adopted throughout the helicopter industry.

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Tags: CRM USHST
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Apr
27
2020

U.S. Helicopter Safety Team Issues First “Recommended Practice” Document

Posted by jhadmin

WASHINGTON D.C. – The U.S. Helicopter Safety Team (www.USHST.org) has released an extensive Recommended Practice document which suggests training scenarios that will mitigate risk and improve aviation decision making. The training lesson plans in the document identify and describe numerous fatal helicopter accidents that involve some aspect showing a lack of sound aviation decision making that placed the aircraft in an “at risk” situation.

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Tags: USHST
Categories: Press Releases


Jan
13
2020

U.S. Helicopter Safety Team Names Nick Mayhew of L3Harris as Co-Chair

Posted by jhadmin

WASHINGTON DC – Nick Mayhew, General Manager of the L3Harris Arlington Training Center in Texas, has been named the new industry co-chairman of the United States Helicopter Safety Team (www.ushst.org). The USHST was formed in 2013 as a regional partner within the International Helicopter Safety Foundation (www.IHSF.aero) to lead the industry’s and government’s cooperative effort to promote safety and work to reduce fatal helicopter accidents. Mayhew succeeds Raj Helweg, chief pilot of Air Methods, who continues to serve on the USHST Steering Commiittee.

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Tags: L3Harris USHST
Categories: Press Releases


Jan
08
2020

Who Rates Best to Avoid Fatal Helicopter Accidents? Who Rates Worst?

Posted by jhadmin

WASHINGTON DC – Sometimes, numbers don’t reflect the truth. To understand the real story, some numbers need to be placed in the proper context alongside additional data. This also holds true when the safety experts from the U.S. Helicopter Safety Team (www.USHST.org) analyze accident data.

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Tags: USHST
Categories: Press Releases

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