HAI Committees Change Names, Gain Email Voting Option

ROTOR Staff 2020 Winter

The HAI Board of Directors is initiating a series of adjustments intended to bring the association in line with the best practices of similar organizations. One such change is meant to conform to general trade association standards: altering the name of HAI’s “committees” to “working groups.”

Within the structure of many associations, committees are formed by the board and comprise only board members, whereas working groups consist of other, nonboard members who perform board-directed tasks. This change, which takes effect immediately, in no way diminishes the much-appreciated efforts of HAI’s working group members.

Each HAI working group will continue to address the subjects for which it was created, and each will continue to function using its established structure and leadership. The groups assist the board in shaping the association’s policy positions; identifying industrywide practices; and providing programs that enhance safety, encourage professionalism, and foster economic viability while promoting the unique contributions vertical flight offers society.

Additionally, the HAI board has agreed to allow working group members to vote by email. This will allow them to remain close to home while participating in regular working group meetings. While at least one meeting of each group will be held every year at HAI HELI-EXPO®, subsequent meetings may take place during other events or when necessary.

For more information on HAI’s 12 working groups and their missions and members, visit rotor.org/about/working-groups

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