Safety is at the center of all we do in helicopter aviation. Yet no matter how safely our operations, we can always find opportunities to improve.
Join us Sep. 9 for a special 90-minute HAI@Work webinar. We’re offering a front-row seat to a diverse panel of rotorcraft safety professionals on a broad range of topics, including training, technology, human factors, accident reviews, safety culture, SMS implementation, and more.
Attendees are welcome to send questions ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org or ask them live during the event.
Our panelists for the webinar:
Francisco Esquivel of the Asociación Chilena de Helicópteros is a former Chilean Air Force Pilot with 23 years of aviation experience and more than 5,000 hours as a helicopter pilot.
Chris Lowenstein is a Lockheed Martin fellow at Sikorsky, where he began his career as a mechanical test engineer in 1986. He has since worked as a safety engineer, aircraft safety inspector, chief of aircraft safety investigation, and fleet safety manager.
Loreto Moraga has served as president of the Asociación Chilena de Helicópteros since 2017. She also serves on the Helicopter Safety Team – Chile to help advance helicopter safety in South America.
Jennifer Peasley is the SMS manager for Air Methods Corp. She served in the US Navy, holds a commercial pilot license and a remote (UAS) pilot license, and continues to give flight instruction.
Bruce Webb is the director of aviation education and community outreach at Airbus Helicopters. Previously, he served 16 years as chief pilot at Airbus and has safely flown helicopters for more than 35 years for a variety of operators in a range of operations.
Chris Hill is the director of safety at HAI. Previously, he was a helicopter pilot in the US Navy and Coast Guard and later served in numerous roles supporting Coast Guard aviation safety, operations, logistics, and acquisitions.
Please send your webinar questions, comments and feedback to: email@example.com.