CHC Helicopter and USC to offer aviation safety certificate

CHC Helicopter has announced that participants in the 15th annual CHC Safety & Quality Summit, which will be held Oct. 1-3, 2019 at the Omni Dallas Hotel, will have the opportunity to win complimentary tuition to five courses that fulfill the requirements for the University of Southern California (USC) Aviation Safety and Security Program.

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The USC program is offered to all sectors of rotary-wing aviation and includes offshore oil and gas, corporate, commercial, EMS, government and military operations. The CHC participants will be prime candidates for the USC Aviation Safety and Security Program, especially if their job includes safety and investigative responsibilities.

“The USC Aviation Safety and Security program is a great opportunity for one lucky delegate at this year’s summit to expand their knowledge and build safety across our industry,” said Duncan Trapp, CHC’s VP of Safety & Quality. “We greatly appreciate their support and are eager to award this opportunity during this year’s Summit and at future events.”

The USC Aviation Safety and Security certificate contains one aircraft accident investigation course, one safety management course, one human factors course and two electives. Specifics of the program can be seen at https://aviationsafety.usc.edu. The USC Aircraft Accident Investigation lab is moving to a new facility and practical lab sessions utilizing the 12 aircraft wreckages will be employed throughout the curriculum. Of special note is the Helicopter Accident Investigation course, which utilizes a recent A350 accident and exemplars from R22 and UH-1 aircraft.

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To participate and be considered for the drawing, interested parties must attend the CHC Safety and Quality Summit. Once on site, participants can submit a name or business card for the drawing. For additional information on the Summit and to register, visit www.chcsafetyqualitysummit.com.

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