20-Jan-2015 Source: HRRA
The Helicopter Rescue and Response Association (HRRA) is in the final planning phases for the upcoming 2015 Helicopter Rescue Summit. The summit will be held in conjunction with the Helicopter Association International, HELI EXPO, in Orlando, Florida. The Helicopter Rescue Summit is scheduled for March 2, 2015 at the Orange County Convention Center, 0800-1700 hrs.
The summit provides a venue that allows various operators and vendors within the helicopter rescue industry to meet and discuss all aspects of helicopter rescue operations. The 2015 rescue summit will include various presentations pertaining to helicopter rescue operations, to include but not limited to the following, Tactics and Equipment, Lessons Learned/ Near Miss Incidents, Operational Considerations, Clinical Studies, and Regulations. Ample time for round table discussions and networking will also be factored in the day’s agenda.
The 2015 Helicopter Rescue Summit will be for current members of the HRRA and will be limited to approximately 100 attendees. Non-members who would like to attend the summit can visit the HRRA website at www.helirescueassoction.org for membership information.
The HRRA asks that individuals who are planning to attend the 2015 Helicopter Rescue Summit please RSVP by February 11, 2015. To register please visit the HRRA website (www.helirescueassociation.org).
The HRRA would like to thank the following 2015 Helicopter Rescue Summit Sponsors:
Air Rescue Systems (ARS) – Platinum
Breeze Eastern – Gold
Zephyr International – Gold
Helicopter Association International (HAI) – Gold
About Helicopter Rescue & Response Association
The Helicopter Rescue and Response Association was founded in Austin Texas on August 6th, 2010 as a result of the annual ad hoc Helicopter Rescue Summit held in conjunction with Helicopter Association International’s Heli-Expo. The fruition of this association is the result of a common desire shared by those actively involved with helicopter rescue operations towards creating an information sharing network within the community. The HRRA is dedicated to the safety of air crew, rescue and response personnel and survivors through education, training, standardization and information sharing. Using technology and equipment improvements to increase efficiency/effectiveness and improve safety.