Global Helicopter Security Group.


89 views
Uploaded on:
Category: News / Events
Description
Global Helicopter Wellbeing Group. Affirmation/Support Workshop U.S./Europe Global Flight Security Gathering June 6-8, 2006 Portland, Oregon. Global Helicopter Wellbeing Group.
Transcripts
Slide 1

Worldwide Helicopter Safety Team Certification/Maintenance Workshop U.S./Europe International Aviation Safety Conference June 6-8, 2006 Portland, Oregon

Slide 2

International Helicopter Safety Team AHS Montreal-Ottawa Chapter, bolstered by Helicopter Association International, significant airframe and motor OEMs, U.S. Naval force Safety Center, U.S. Armed force Safety Command, has International Helicopter Safety Symposium 2005 in Montreal, September 26-29, 2005. Motivation behind IHSS 2005 was to start a global community oriented push to diminish mischances in the vertical flight industry, both common and military. 260+ individuals go to, including common and military administrators, producers, and government controllers (ICAO, FAA, Transport Canada, Transportation Board of Canada, others).

Slide 3

International Helicopter Safety Team IHSS 2005 tended to wellbeing administration of the full scope of vertical flight operations, including crisis restorative, inquiry and salvage, seaward oil, law implementation, putting out fires, heli-logging, development, official transport and country security. It additionally included military (non-battle) and paramilitary operations.

Slide 4

International Helicopter Safety Team Representative 2004 Accident Rates for each 100,000 Flight Hours: U.S. General Accident Rate 6.22 U.S. Common Helicopter Accident Rate 8.09 U.S. Common Turbine Helicopter Accident Rate 5.11 U.S. On Demand Air Taxi Accident Rate 2.21 U.S. Air Carrier (CFR 121) Accident Rate 0.159 Source: Aviation Underwriters Association

Slide 5

International Helicopter Safety Team Definition of Civil Accident (ICAO Annex 13 and NTSB – 14 C.F.R. 830.2): “Aircraft accident” implies an event connected with the operation of an air ship which happens between the time any individual loads up the flying machine with the aim of flight and every single such individual have landed, and in which any individual endures passing or genuine harm, or in which the airplane gets generous harm.

Slide 6

International Helicopter Safety Team Definition of Substantial Damage: “Substantial damage” means harm or disappointment which antagonistically influences the auxiliary quality, execution or flight attributes of the flying machine, which would regularly oblige significant repair or substitution of the influenced segment. Motor disappointment or harm restricted to a motor if one motor comes up short or is harmed, twisted fairings or cowling, marked skin, little cut openings in the skin fabric, ground harm to rotor or propeller cutting edges, and harm to landing apparatus, wheels, tires folds, motor extras, brakes, or wingtips are not viewed as “substantial damage” with the end goal of this part.

Slide 7

International Helicopter Safety Team IHSS 2005 Outcome: IHSS Attendees concur that the helicopter mischance rate is too high and must be lessened. IHSS participants receive objective of diminishing helicopter mishap rate by 80% inside of 10 years. IHSS participants consent to seek after objective utilizing a procedure demonstrated after the effective booked air bearer activity known as the “Civil Aviation Safety Team” or CAST.

Slide 8

International Helicopter Safety Team IHST Master Plan (Summary) Mission To give government, industry and administrator initiative to create and center usage of an incorporated, information driven methodology to enhance helicopter avionics security around the world, both military and common. Vision To accomplish the most abnormal amounts of security in the global helicopter groups by concentrating on suitable activities organized to result in the best change in helicopter avionics wellbeing. Objective To decrease the helicopter flying mischance rate by 80 percent by 2016.

Slide 9

Executive Committee IHST Secretariat JHSAT JHSIT Subcommittees

Slide 10

IHST A Three-Stage Process Data Analysis Implement Safety Enhancements - U.S. Set Safety Priorities Agree on issues and intercessions Influence Safety Enhancements - Worldwide Achieve accord on needs Integrate into existing work and disseminate

Slide 11

International Helicopter Safety Team Joint Helicopter Safety Analysis Team (JHSAT) Charter: Conduct, audit and support point by point mishap report examination and recognize causal variables; Investigate and prescribe changes and create alleviation systems to permit objective accomplishment and intermittent status estimations; Draft activity arrangements to focus mediation techniques and turning points for IHST endorsement.

Slide 12

International Helicopter Safety Team Joint Helicopter Safety Implementation Team (JHSIT) Charter: Develop and organize execution procedures; Carry out thorough money saving advantage examination for usage systems to accomplish IHST objectives; Develop activity arrangements; Coordinate usage of IHST-sanction methodologies; Develop and track execution; Determine progress in meeting real turning points and viability of mediations.

Slide 13

International Helicopter Safety Team IHST Executive Committee comprises of: Government Co-Chair Dave Downey, FAA Industry/Operator Co-Chair Matt Zucarro, HAI Secretariat Rhett Flater, AHS Member Bob Sheffield, Shell Aircraft Member Somen Chowdhury, IHSS Chair Member Don Sherritt, Transport Canada

Slide 14

International Helicopter Safety Team Organizers’ goal is to make IHST extensively comprehensive, and incorporate Operator affiliations (HAI, ALEA, TOPS, and so on.) and real administrators (counting military) Airframe OEMs, for example, AgustaWestland, Bell, Boeing, Enstrom, Eurocopter, Kaman, MD Helicopters, Robinson, Schweizer, Sikorsky and others; Engine OEMs, for example, GE Aircraft Engines, Honeywell, Rolls-Royce, Turbomeca, Lycoming and others; frameworks house and suppliers, and The administrative group (FAA, Transport Canada, ICAO, EASA, and so forth).

Slide 15

International Helicopter Safety Team IHST Strategic Approach: To make a group that will actualize the vision and objective; To oversee and keep up a successful and responsive foundation; Enable an information driven way to deal with wellbeing; Implement chose intercession procedures; Promote universal flight group associations; Maintain and bolster forms that bolster IHST work exercises.

Slide 16

International Helicopter Safety Team IHST is a joint, global willful push to enhance helicopter securit

Recommended
View more...