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In our industry, complacency can cost you a lot more than your career. Make the following actions a habit, they could save your life ....

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In our industry, complacency can cost you a lot more than your career. Make the following actions a habit, they could save your life ....

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Review industry accidents during initial and recurrent pilot training, with a candid look at professional vs. unprofessional actions. Examining the actions leading up to an accident can prevent future tragedy. Click here to get this safety tip in infographic form and share with your colleagues.

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If your mission requires flying low, equip with a wire strike protection system Some helicopter pilots (such as aerial applicators) must fly low as part of their operations. Equipping aircraft with wire strike protection systems lowers the risk of a wire strike, a hazard ....

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Proper nutrition is key to proper human performance. Some helicopter operations manuals advise pilots to eat every 4 hours. Ensure that you have plenty of water and proper ....

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Encourage the use of emergency procedures training with an emphasis on loss of system, recognition, and recovery. Under pressure, your performance will sink to the level of your training!

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As early as possible in their training, pilots should be made aware of the characteristics and limitations of human decision-making. Trainers should emphasize the importance of ....

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Operators and maintainers should implement a robust quality assurance (QA) program that ensures the use of manufacturers' maintenance ....

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Operators and maintainers should implement a robust quality assurance (QA) program that ensures the use of manufacturers' maintenance manuals, service bulletins, and procedures. A good QA program can reduce maintenance costs and save lives!

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Does your flight training program prepare students to identify and respond to critical issues? Knowledge of critical issues like systems failures, impending weather concerns, effects of density altitude, and wind and surface conditions can save lives!

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