Helicopter Awareness Training

"I would recommend this course for anyone working with helicopters in any capacity."

Joshua S. Poole, Talon Helicopters

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Participants of the course are asked to contribute to a WCID
(What Can I Do) board
. Here are some of their ideas...

- Listen to instructions.
- Reduce the size of the bottom of Heinrich's pyramid.
- Discuss nature of work and flight plan before departure.
- Help navigate.
- Discuss past experience as crew with the pilot.
- Indicate wind direction.
- Don't be complacent - communicate with the pilot.
- Do not distract the pilot.
- Don't judge the pilot's flying.
- Know where you are on a map.
- Close the door.
- Put seatbelt on properly.
- Don't touch the pilot.
- Close seatbelts when leaving.
- Stay in group when exiting.
- Exit downslope.
- Drag / keep equipment low.
- Remove hat.
- Make eye contact with the pilot.

Click to this website (pprune.org/rotorheads) for helicopter photos from around the world

Contact: Tony Walker