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Human Error continues to rear its ugly head in both the maintenance and operational environments. As you've heard before, many ....

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Did you know that 60-80 percent of accidents can be linked to hazardous attitudes? Resignation, anti-authority, impulsivity ....

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Aerial application assignments are conducted at low level altitudes, where there is an elevated risk of collision with terrain, man ....

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This week's safety tip reminds pilots that safety is not totally dependent on the amount of flight time you have in their logbook ....

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Statistics show a correlation between accidents and low pilot time. No matter how experienced you are in other aircraft, setting conservative personal limits in a new make and model of helicopter will reduce risk. Click here to get this safety tip in infographic form and ....

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Account for tools after each job. Forgotten tools have brought down aircraft.Click here to get this safety tip in infographic form and share with your...
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Every additional 1000' AGL you fly reduces the chance of a bird strike by 32% Fly higher to fly safer! Click here to get this safety ....

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All too often, unfortunate situations occur in the helicopter industry because we get trapped into believing that “mission completion” trumps safety. A mission worthy of the highest status is one in which safety remains top priority, regardless of the task at hand.

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The "mission mentality" can be a hazardous mind-set when mission completion trumps safety. Identify and manage both internal and external pressures so the extra margin of safety is never compromised. Remember, the stress and pressure of the moment is never more important ....

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Shop Cleanliness: A messy shop leads to hazards, distractions, and poor efficiency. A clean and orderly work environment is a good reflection of quality and pride!

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