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Training Safety       OrTraining Safely?
Nick Mayhew -Steve Sparks -Mike Phillips -
TRAINING SAFETY - Steve•   Training Safety is using tools to develop a    “safe attitude” in pilots, be they Student    Pi...
TRAINING SAFELY – Mike•   Training Safely is the idea that Flight    Instructors, Pilot Examiners and pilots    have a sta...
Steve Sparks
TRAINING SAFETY• Real world risk management   • Proper Pre-Flight & Briefing.   • The willingness to say “NO”.   • Thoroug...
TRAINING SAFETY• What makes up a safe training flight?  • Communications  • Discipline  • Sound Preparation & Planning  • ...
Mike Phillips
TRAINING SAFELY –WHAT IS IT?• CFI/Check Airman/Instructor and the Pilot  Undergoing Training should put safety first  and ...
TRAINING SAFELY• Transfer of control in the air. Real world!• Roles and Responsibilities.   • Instructor   • Pilot• Things...
TRAINING SAFELY• Progressive approach to autorotationtraining.• Use of Flight Training Devices
12 Classic Pitfalls - Nick• Responding to peer pressure.• Mental expectancy.• Get-there-it is.• Duck Under Syndrome.• Scud...
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Training Safety or Training Safely?

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International Helicopter Safety Team (IHST) workshop presentation from HeliExpo 2013

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Training Safety or Training Safely?

  1. 1. Training Safety OrTraining Safely?
  2. 2. Nick Mayhew -Steve Sparks -Mike Phillips -
  3. 3. TRAINING SAFETY - Steve• Training Safety is using tools to develop a “safe attitude” in pilots, be they Student Pilots, Commercial Pilots or Flight Instructors. It is the responsibility of the Pilot-In-Command (PIC) to utilize all available tools to asses risk, execute the training mission and return everybody in a safe and relaxed manner.
  4. 4. TRAINING SAFELY – Mike• Training Safely is the idea that Flight Instructors, Pilot Examiners and pilots have a stake in safely conducting the flight.
  5. 5. Steve Sparks
  6. 6. TRAINING SAFETY• Real world risk management • Proper Pre-Flight & Briefing. • The willingness to say “NO”. • Thorough Post Flight De Brief. • Modeling Safe Behavior
  7. 7. TRAINING SAFETY• What makes up a safe training flight? • Communications • Discipline • Sound Preparation & Planning • Safety Culture • Timely Instructor Intervention • “Pixie Dust”
  8. 8. Mike Phillips
  9. 9. TRAINING SAFELY –WHAT IS IT?• CFI/Check Airman/Instructor and the Pilot Undergoing Training should put safety first and foremost.• Why – Because training accidents account for 22% of all accidents in helicopters* – more than any other single activity. (* Compendium Report, US JHSAT Baseline of Helicopter Accident Analysis, Volume 1, Figure 7, August 2011.)
  10. 10. TRAINING SAFELY• Transfer of control in the air. Real world!• Roles and Responsibilities. • Instructor • Pilot• Things Better Left Undone • Proper Time and Place • Too much risk
  11. 11. TRAINING SAFELY• Progressive approach to autorotationtraining.• Use of Flight Training Devices
  12. 12. 12 Classic Pitfalls - Nick• Responding to peer pressure.• Mental expectancy.• Get-there-it is.• Duck Under Syndrome.• Scud Running.• Continuing VFR into IMC.• Getting Behind The Aircraft.• Loss of Positional/Situational Awareness.• Operating Without Sufficient Fuel Reserves• Descent Below Minimums En Route.• Flying Outside The Envelope.• Neglect of Flt Planning, Checks, Pre Flights etc.
  13. 13. Summary and Discussion

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