In our April/May issue, we travel to Antarctica with Enterprise Aviation Group, go behind the scenes with Air Transat, and deliver an update on the CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopter!
In less than a month, delegates and speakers from across the aviation, safety, energy, insurance and legal will gather in Texas to discuss the latest in safety best practices and knowledge at the 14th CHC Safety & Quality Summit.
The Summit will take place Oct. 2-4 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center.
More than 40 invited speakers will deliver presentations and lead approximately 80 concurrent sessions between Oct. 2 and Oct. 4 on this year’s theme, “Building Safety at Every Level: Does this start at the top or with front line employees?”
While the Summit is less than a month away, there is still time for interested attendees to register and make arrangements to join industry colleagues at this premiere aviation safety event.
Attendees can register at www.chcsafetyqualitysummit.com. For those who have already registered and plan on attending, be sure to log in and sign up for your sessions before they fill up.
Most sessions are offered multiple times to ensure everyone has the opportunity to attend those they prefer.
Those attending the Summit will also have the opportunity to sign up to participate in pre- and post-Summit courses this year as well.
The pre- and post- courses include accident/incident investigation analysis, A Practitioners’ Guide to Building a Safety Case, HFACS Training and BowTie XP. Detailed descriptions and additional information are available on the Summit website here.
“We look forward to what promises to be another great Summit,” said Duncan Trapp, VP, Safety and Quality, CHC.
“Bringing together all these professionals each year, from our speakers and invited guests to our delegates and sponsors, is always a beneficial and valuable experience. We’re ready to get going next month, and hope that everyone attending has a productive three days with us.”