Schedule

February 24-26 Anaheim convention Center
Monday, February 24, 2014
8:00 am
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12:00 pm
NTSB: Lessons Learned from Helicopter Accidents This session focused on lessons learned from National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigations of recent helicopter accidents. Safety recommendations related to helicopter maintenance, pilot training, and flight recorders were emphasized by NTSB investigators, who presented accident case studies. This was followed by presentations from industry panelists who highlighted best practices based on their own experiences.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
ROOM 304-A ROOM 304-B ROOM 304-C ROOM 304-D
8:30 am
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9:30 am
To Err Is Human: Helicopter Safety Systems Katherine Hilst, Safety Design Consulting
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Safety Culture and Leadership David M. Bjellos, Flight Safety Foundation
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Rotor Rooter: Rooting for Autorotational Success Steve Sparks,
FAA FAA Wings program credit
NextGen Flight-Deck Technology for TSAA Robert Joslin, Ph.D.,
FAA FAA Wings program credit
9:30 am
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11:30 am
Safety Committee Town Hall
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Led by HAI’s Safety Committee, this session covered important safety-related issues relevant to all safety managers and directors of operations. Attendees were encouraged to participate in the discussion and ask questions.
11:30 am
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12:30 pm
Safety Directors Forum
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
David M. Eherts, Ph.D., chief safety officer for Sikorsky, opened this year’s directors forum by speaking on ROHSEI (return on health safety environment investment) and how effective safety habits become effective safety traits. In the second half, we asked for input from you: What safety resources are you looking for? Where should the industry focus its safety efforts? The HAI Safety Committee is listening!
ROOM 304-A ROOM 304-B ROOM 304-C ROOM 304-D
1:00 pm
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2:00 pm
Aeronautical Knowledge vs. What Pilots Should Know: Part 1, Accident Prevention Scott Burgess, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
FAA Wings program credit
The IIMC Threat: Avoidance and Survival Bryan Smith, ALEA and IHST
FAA Wings program credit
Helicopter HUMS Case Study Murdock Welborn and Kristen Law Honeywell Aerospace
FAA AMT program credit
Unintended Consequences Bruce Webb, Airbus Helicopters
FAA Wings program credit
2:30 pm
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3:30 pm
Aeronautical Knowledge vs. What Pilots Should Know: Part 2, Problem Solving Scott Burgess, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
FAA Wings program credit
How to Speak CFO: Communicating Safety to the Boss Daniel Deutermann, Rick Christoffersen, Bryan Smith, and Susan Tolle-Bryan of the IHST SMS Committee
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Risk Assessment Tools Are for Everyone to Use Sunshine McCarthy, Baldwin Aviation
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
12 Classic Accident Pitfalls Nick Mayhew, Bristow Academy and IHST JHSIT Training Working Group
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
3:00 pm
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4:00 pm
Land and LIVE! Matt Zuccaro, Paul Schaaf, and J. Heffernan,
HAI FAA Wings program credit
HAI staff looked at accident examples and demonstrated how a precautionary landing would have broken the accident chain. Pledge cards distributed as well as sample language for possible addition to operations manuals or standard operating procedures. A discussion on landing zones explored risk mitigation for any off-site landing, with special emphasis on site selection during urgent circumstances. Finally, HAI staff discussed the practicalities of “Land and LIVE”: how it can best be applied to an operation and managed within an operation’s safety management system and just culture.
ROOM 304-A ROOM 304-B ROOM 304-C ROOM 304-D
4:00 pm
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5:00 pm
The Importance of Integrated QMS and SMS in Helicopter Operations Chris Young, PRISM
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Creating a Just Culture: How Do We Get There? Eileen Frazer and Dudley Smith,CAMTS
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
CFIT: Avoiding the Unexpected Sudden Stop Doug Stewart,SAFE
FAA Wings program credit
The Full-Touchdown Auto
The Full-Touchdown Auto Handout Michael Becker, Becker Helicopter Pilots Academy
FAA Wings program credit
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
ROOM 304-A ROOM 304-B ROOM 304-C ROOM 304-D
8:30 am
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9:30 am
Breaking the Accident Chain: FAA Case Scenario Reb L. Risty, Jim Slattery, Jerry Henry, of Sandel Avionics
FAA Wings program credit
Awake at the Stick: Managing Operational Fatigue Kevin Gregory, Alertness Solutions
FAA Wings program credit
Aviation Law: What Pilots Need to Know Jon Kettles, the Kettles Law Firm
FAA Wings program credit
Risk Management in a Complex Environment Jeffrey Kotson, Brim Aviation
FAA Wings program credit
10:00 am
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11:00 am
Accident Causation and Prevention Lance Hofmann, EagleMed
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Safety Management Systems for Small-Fleet or Private Operators Bryan Smith, ALEA and IHST
FAA Wings program credit
Aviation: A Risky Business Sunshine McCarthy, Baldwin Aviation
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Responders Are Different! Managing Responder Risks Paul S. Ratté, USAIG
11:30 am
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12:30 pm
Application of Successful HUMS Practices and Technologies Lance Antolick, RMCI
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
SMS Planning and Implementation in a Small Operation: A Case Study Sonya Tietjen, aviation safety consultant The Hazardous Attitudes Lurking within You Daniel A. Doepker, Hillsboro Aviation
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Fuel: The Lifeblood of Your Aircraft Walter Chartrand, Aviation Training Academy
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
1:00 pm
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2:00 pm
Safety Ignited! Bill DeReamer, Terry Bennett, Susan Tolle, and other members of the HAI Safety Committee
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Safety Management through Flight-Data Monitoring Stuart “Kipp” Lau, CAE Flightscape and IHST
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Rotor Blade Preventive Maintenance Dana Kerrick, International Aviation Composites
FAA AMT program credit
The Best Safety Device Is a Good Manager Walter Kraujalis, AeronomX
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
2:30 pm
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3:30 pm
Human Factors in Helicopter Operation and Maintenance S?awomir Augustyn, Ph.D., National Defence University
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
Helicopter Safety through Flight-Data ManagementKeith M. Cianfrani, aviation safety consultant, and Stephen K. Cusick, Ph.D., Florida Institute of Technology College of Aeronautics
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
IS-BAO: Building Blocks to a Better Safety Culture John Sheehan, IBAC Aviation Human Factors: Protecting Us from Ourselves Jason Quisling, Air Methods Corporation and USHST
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
4:00 pm
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5:00 pm
Facing the Future in Helicopter Training Terry Palmer and other members of the HAI Training Committee
FAA Wings program credit
Helicopter Operator Structure and Pilot Responsibilities Michael Franz, HelicopterSBT
FAA Wings program credit
Analysis Techniques for Helicopter Flight-Data Recordings Alan Barclay, University of Aberdeen
FAA AMT & Wings program credit
HUMS 201: Taking Your CBM Program to the Next Level Daniel Green, Chevron
FAA AMT program credit