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Wed, Apr 21, 2010

HAI Safety Committee ISO New Members

Committee Identifies Safety Risks, Works On Mitigation

HAI’s Safety Committee is looking for new members to join its ranks. The primary objective of the Safety Committee is to improve hazard and risk identification, assessment, and mitigation, with the result of eliminating fatalities, accidents, and incidents in the helicopter industry. It also seeks to advise, educate, and consult with HAI members and the helicopter industry on safety issues.
 
The Committee is looking for individuals with experience in the following areas:

  • Safety Management Systems
  • Safety Auditing
  • Safety Certification

HAI’s Safety Committee meets three times a year. Domestic Members (U.S. and Canada) are required to attend two of three meetings annually. International Members must attend one of three meetings annually. Regular scheduled meetings are held every four months and, if required or appropriate, the Committee may meet by teleconference. The upcoming meeting will be held on June 27 & 28, 2010 at HAI’s headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia. Interested parties should plan on attending. There will be an HAI-sponsored reception the evening of June 28.

Membership is open to employees of HAI Regular Members, helicopter manufacturers who are HAI Associate members, and to HAI Sustaining Members who have relevant rotorcraft safety experience.

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