26-Apr-2022 Source: HeliOffshore
This past weekend (23.04 to 24.04.2022), the HeliOffshore Conference and AGM 2022 gathered senior industry stakeholders to identify the right priorities, actions and resources to transform frontline safety performance.
HeliOffshore members considered the safety, viability and sustainability of the industry leading up to 2040, and essential activity required to ensure no lives are lost in offshore aviation.
The eighth annual conference featured a line-up of over 20 expert speakers and senior leaders from across the offshore aviation and energy sectors. Sessions included the latest safety intelligence, how to build sustainable safety cultures, tools and techniques to improve frontline human performance, and how to best support future safety leaders.
Tim Rolfe, CEO, HeliOffshore, commented: “As our industry evolves to incorporate new sectors, new technologies and new talent, it is essential we develop the tools and resources we need for the years ahead.
“I’m overwhelmed by the honesty and trust displayed by more than 140 leaders at The HeliOffshore Conference 2022. Delegates relished being together after two years apart and developed commitments and plans for tangible action so no lives are lost in offshore aviation. I look forward to the difference we’ll make together.”
The conference was attended by HeliOffshore members and partners from the renewable energy sector, the insurance community, and industry partner associations including IOGP, G+, HAI, EHA, OEUK.
The HeliOffshore Conference 2022 is sponsored by Airbus, Bell, GE, Leonardo Helicopters, OMNI Helicopters International, Pratt & Whitney and Safran.