European Aviation Safety Agency
helicopter safety

Air transport is one of the safest modes of travel. It is also the fastest growing. That is why the European Union decided on a common initiative to keep air transport safe and sustainable, allowing for growth and improved safety. It is called the European Aviation Safety Agency. EASA promotes the highest common standards of safety and environmental protection in civil aviation in Europe and worldwide. EASA is the centrepiece of a new regulatory system which provides for a single European market in the aviation industry.

We participated in late 2011 as a panellist during EASA Helicopter Ditching Workshop.

You can see and download workshop presentations for the Session 5: Passenger/Crew Egress & Survivability

Session 5.7 - EASA ETSO List & Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs).pdf
Session 5.1 - Introduction.pdf
Session 5.2 - Passenger-Crew Egress - Recommendations from HOSS.pdf
Session 5.6 - Helicopter Design - VIDEO SSTC MWH Intro.mp4
Session 5.4 - Effective Underwater Breathing Apapratus.pdf
Session 5.6 - Helicopter Design from a Survival Aspect.pdf
Session 5.3 - Development Technical Standard for Helicopter Emergency Breathing System.pdf
Session 5.5 - Effect of Training on Helicopter Ditching Survival Rates.pdf