Thanks to our drive to always innovate and go beyond, we have a safety infrastructure that is second to none and spans every aspect of our business.
Our impressive safety record is built on advanced training programs, best-in-class maintenance practices and transformative technologies. Our modern fleet is equipped with the latest technology and innovative flight, terrain, aircraft and engine monitoring systems. Flight and performance data is also reviewed and analysed so we can constantly improve our global operations standards and training procedures.
We have developed a single and consistent way of assessing any hazards, no matter where they are in the world, using common risk language – meaning we are able to assess all hazards against a global standard of acceptable operational risk, and if any exceed that level, we can quickly act to bring that level down.
Our programme capturing data about how our crews react to threats and errors which is translated into improvements in operations and training across our global standards.
Our aviation industry best practice planning software consolidates all crew management in one system.
A comprehensive, fully integrated software system that coordinates maintenance, engineering and logistics across our global operations.
Our OFPS puts flight information at the fingertips of our crews, so that they can reduce cockpit workload and create the safest flight environment for our passengers.
Our powerful safety tool that studies operational trends from flight data allows us to identify and address operational risks and constantly review and enhance procedures.
We take a leadership role in industry collaboration to develop, adopt, and share best practices, emerging safety systems, tools and initiatives across the rotary and fixed wing aviation industry. We’re a founding member of HeliOffshore, the global safety organisation for the offshore aviation industry, and we continue to support the International Helicopter Safety Team.
This year, our theme 'Reset 2024: Developing New Safety Mindsets' challenged industry leaders to adopt new perspectives on safety.
"True safety leadership means asking better questions – and listening to the answer from the wise crowd and those back at base," said Jon Hopkinson, Vice President, Safety, Compliance and Flight Standards. "Its not our job to have all the answers. Its our job to ask better questions so we collectively solve the right problems."
Find out more here, CHC Safety and Quality Summit LinkedIn.
Thank you to all who attended, to our insightful speakers and generous sponsors for making this possible. See you in Vancouver 2024!