When: Thursday, May 6, 2021, 4 pm eastern time (UTC-4) 
Title: HAI@Work: HAI Safety Symposium: NTSB Accident Review
Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YthcjqawSAWKDSlzJoizdQ
Duration: 1.5 Hour
Price: Free
Language: English
Who can attend? Anyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): Yes

Traditionally, the HAI Safety Symposium is held annually at HAI HELI-EXPO® and is jointly produced by HAI, the FAA, and the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

This year, the event will be held virtually, at this week’s HAI@Work webinar. Join us and hear representatives from these organizations, and other industry safety professionals, analyze the fatal 2019 crash of a Survival Flight Bell 407, with the goal of preventing similar accidents in the future.

Our guests for the webinar will be:

  • Matt Cabak, Team Lead, Office of Accident Investigation and Prevention, FAA
  • Clint Johnson, Chief, Alaska Region, NTSB
  • Rick Kenin, Chief Operating Officer—Transport, Boston MedFlight, and Chair, HAI Safety Working Group
  • Matt Rigsby, Air Safety Investigator, Office of Accident Investigation and Prevention, FAA
  • Shaun Williams, Senior Aviation Accident Investigator, Central Region, NTSB.

Time permitting, an audience question-and-answer session will follow the event.

Please send your webinar questions, comments, and feedback to: dan.sweet@rotor.org.

Matt Cabak spent half of his career at the FAA as an air traffic controller (ATC) and has since led numerous ATC investigations.

Clint Johnson, in more than two decades with the NTSB, has been investigator-in-charge in more than 750 aviation accidents, nationally and internationally.

Rick Kenin spent 23 years in the US Coast Guard before joining Boston MedFlight in 2014.

Matt Rigsby has over 20 years of investigative experience, 12 specifically in helicopters, with both Bell and the FAA.

Shaun Williams was a captain with Air Wisconsin before joining the FAA and, in 2016, the NTSB. He has since investigated more than 130 accidents.