The Helicopter Safety Steering Group has published its findings, following a visit to Eurocopter’s manufacturing and test facility in Marignane, France on 6 February.
The group has published a fact sheet which can be easily downloaded, shared, printed off or forwarded as necessary.
The fact sheet documents details of the site visit and the latest stage of the investigation into the component failure which led to two helicopters ditching in the UK in 2012.
The fact sheet was published at a special Step Change in Safety network meeting at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on 14 February 2013. Speaking at the event were representatives from Eurocopter, the Helicopter Safety Steering Group and the elected safety representatives who took part in the visit to Marignane.
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