With two Bell 206B's
and an AS350B2, we offer support for our Bell 214B1 and also have the
capability to assist with projects varied in size and lift requirements. Our 'light' machines and pilots are experienced in dealing with
confined landings and mountainous terrain. This combination is perfect
for surveying, falling support, and engineering projects...the list is
Since we are actively involved in heli-yarding and are highly experienced in remote locations and emergency services, we understand the importance of immediate response and timely action. Our Bell 206 is equipped with a stretcher kit and are available to work on a standby basis, ensuring quick action and safety. In early 2008, Worker's Compensation Board revised the requirements for air services and support, we have provided a summary of the requirements below.
Air Evacuation - Does your work site meet requirements?
In many cases airtransportation is the primary or only method for transporting an injured worker. If this is the case, all of the following requirements must be met:
before the start of operations in a workplace, arrangements must be made with an air service provider to ensure that an appropriate aircraft is reasonably available to the workplace during those operations;
the arrangements in paragraph (a) must include procedures for (i) the employer to determine the availability of appropriate aircraft before the start of each work day, and (ii) the air service to notify the employer if an appropriate aircraft ceases to be available;
a system must be provided that enables the pilot of the aircraft and the first aid attendant attending to an injured worker to communicate at all times when the aircraft is in transit to the location of the injured worker and during transportof the injured worker to medical treatment.
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