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  1. IHST International Outreach Efforts AHS Forum 63 Virginia Beach May 3, 2007

  2. Data Analysis Implement Safety Enhancements - U.S. Set Safety Priorities Agree on problems and interventions Influence Safety Enhancements - Worldwide Achieve consensus on priorities Integrate into existing work and distribute Implementation Process

  3. IHST Safety Initiative Analysis, Implementation and Metrics Management Structure IHSTExecutive Committee Need to maintain a strongcommunication/feedback loopbetween IHST – JHSAT - JHSIT Process development usingUS NTSB datarepresents 48% ofworldwide fleet JHSAT Lead Group Measure Accident Reductions Effectiveness Measure Implementation Effectiveness JHSIT Lead Group JHSAT sends recommendations to JHSIT Canada JHSAT EASA JHSAT JHSAT/JHSITcross-talk Canada JHSIT EASA JHSIT Region X, Y, Z JHSIT Others US/CAN/EASA/X,Y,Z Implementation Results US/CAN/EASA Consolidated Recommendations Regions X, Y, Z defined as those pockets of operation not ableto staff a full JHSAT team and are willing to work implementation of US/CAN/EASA findings to benefit their fleets

  4. Engaging the International Community IHST JHSAT Lead Group JHSIT Lead Group Engaging other regions

  5. Regional IHST Meetings • June 2006 : S Asia Regional Conference held in New Delhi India • About 200 participated • Regional JHSAT is being set up • Mark Liptak will run a workshop on March 26, 27 ’07 • Once JHSIT gets organised regional JHSIT will be organised • March 20, 21 : S pacific Regional Conference : Melbourne, Australia • Working closely with CASA • JHSAT working group is being set up • JHSIT will follow • June 4,5,6 : S American Regional Conference : to be held : Sao Palo Brazil • Discussions are in progress to set up JHSAT workshops and constituting regional JHSAT

  6. Other Regional Initiatives • JHSAT Canada is being set up : Bill Taylor is the co chair : industry co chair being identified • Activities in Europe : EHSAT is in progress • South Africa, Europe & Middle East • Target regions in 2008

  7. Follow up Actions Required • 20% of the 10 year goal has elapsed • JHSAT interim goals need to be implemented ASAP: SMS & recurrent training JHSIT is working on this • Other JHSAT recommendations need to be passed on to the operators at the earliest possible • Planned for IHSS 2007 • OEMs already on board : short, mid and long term strategies need to be worked • OEMs will announce strategies • IHSS 2007 will be provide opportunites to discuss these strategies

  8. IHSS 2007 September 19 to 21 Omni Hotel Montreal

  9. International Helicopter Safety Symposium 2007 Date: Wed, Sept 19 -Fri,Sept 21, 2007 Location: Montreal, Canada Venue: Hotel Omni Mont-Royal Theme: Bringing about Culture Change in the Vertical Flight Industry to Enhance Safety Topics: JHSAT & JHSIT progress updates, Invited speakers from industry, paper sessions, workshops, summary

  10. Day 1: Progress Updates & Special Topics Opening Remarks - IHST Executive Team Joint Helicopter Safety Analysis Team (JHSAT) - Progress update on Year 2000 accident analysis Joint Helicopter Safety Implementation Team (JHSIT) - Progress update on evaluating JHSAT recommendations Invited Speakers: Military - Kurt GarbowDirector, Aviation and Operational Safety, 
Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Safety)
 Human Factors - Dr. Graham BraithwaiteSenior Lecturer and Director of the Safety and Accident Investigation Centre, Cranfield University Insurance - Kyle AndersonSenior Vice President, General Aviation Underwriting, USAIG

  11. Day 2: Invited Speakers OEMS: Bell Helicopter Textron, Inc - Mike Blake, Executive Vice President, Programs Eurocopter - Marc Paganini, President & CEO Sikorsky Aircraft Corp - Jeff Pino, President Augusta - Monti Giuliano, Vice President Engineering Pratt & Whitney Canada - Walter Di Bartolomeo, Vice President, Engineering Rolls Royce - Scott Crislip, President for Helicopter & Small Gas Turbine Engines Turbomeca - Serge Maille,Customer & Technical Support Vice-President CAE - Stephane Clement, Director,Industry Regs, Tim Dewhirst, Training Manager, SimuFlite Honeywell - Vicki Panhuise, Vice President Commercial & Military Helicopters

  12. Day 2: Invited Speakers International Representatives India - K. Sridharan, Retired Air Vice Marshal : President Rotary Wing Society of India Europe - EASA - Alastair Healey or alternate Australia – Dr. Arvind Sinha ( Director Sir Wackett Aerospace laboratories, RMIT) Brazil - CENIPA - Brig Jorge Kersul, Head Chief Operators Alpine Helicopters - Alex Holliday, Safety Manager PHI - Mike Hurst, Chief Pilot OR Robert Bouillon, Director of Safety

  13. Day 3: Papers, Workshops & Summary 3 Concurrent Paper Sessions Safety & Survivability Equipment - Bell - Martin Peryea, Chief Engineer, Government Programs Management of Culture Change FAA - Matthew Rigsby, Rotorcraft Directorate Training Solutions Bell - Marty Wright, Training Academy 3 Concurrent Workshops - same topics Safety & Survivability Equipment - Bell - Roy Fox, Chief, Flight Safety Eurocopter - Joe Syslo, Manager, Accident Investigation Management of Culture Change CAE - Adolfo Klassen, Chief Technology Officer FAA - Mark Liptak or backup, Safety Mgmt PM, Eng&Prop Dir Training Solutions CHC Helicopter Ops- Greg Wyght Vice President, Safety & Quality TSB - Nick Stoss, Acting Director General - Investigation Operations Summary Session - led by Executive Committee

  14. Actions • “Safety” is every body’s business. • “Safety” is culture change • “Safety” is changing the system • “Safety” is technology to support the above • Challenge: safety measures must be retrofitted cost effectively on existing low technology fielded fleet • All involved in the industry must buy-in and invest in these safety measures • It is wise to invest a few thousand now to save millions in business and in valuable lives ( 8 per 100K flying hours) • Get the whole helicopter community on board

  15. Thank you