7-Dec-2015 Source: CHC
CHC Helicopter is offering discounts for early registration to the 12th annual CHC Safety and Quality Summit, one of the world’s premier aviation-safety conferences.
Early bird registration for the 2016 CHC Safety and Quality Summit is open now until Dec. 31. During that period, enrolling in the April 04-06 conference costs C$1085 plus tax – a discount of C$100.
The Summit, which will be held at the Westin Bayshore Resort in Vancouver, is an internationally recognized aviation-safety event dedicated to improving safety through excellence in human factors. Last year’s Summit hosted more than 750 delegates from about 25 countries.
The 2016 CHC Safety and Quality Summit will strive to provide delegates with relevant, actionable takeaways related to the theme “Back to Basics: Prioritizing Safety in a Challenging Economy.”
The Summit will comprise about 40 separate sessions on each of three days, with top aviation-safety professionals from around the globe addressing the latest in human factors of safety and elements of a safety culture.
Attendees also have the opportunity to receive additional training and certification by registering for pre- and post-summit training courses which begin April 01.
This year’s pre- and post-summit training courses include:
1) Accident Investigation Analysis (April 01-03)
2) Human Factors Analysis Classification System (HFACS, April 02-03)
1) BSI ISO 9001: 2015 Internal Quality Systems Auditor (April 07-09)
2) Root Cause Analysis (April 07-09)
This annual, nonprofit event is hosted by CHC Helicopter, the operating company of CHC Group Ltd. (NYSE: HELI). Platinum sponsors include Heli-One, AgustaWestland, AIG, Swiss Re Corporate Soluitions, Talbot Underwriting Ltd. and Willis.
CHC Helicopter is a leader in enabling customers to go further, do more and come home safely, including oil and gas companies, government search-and-rescue agencies and organizations requiring helicopter maintenance, repair and overhaul services through the Heli-One segment. The company has a fleet of more than 230 aircraft and operates in approximately 20 countries around the world.