Thursday, November 13, 2014

2009 Washington Post Special-Report on HEMS : In Five Years, Much Has Changed, Yet Much Remains the Same...

This report provides an interesting retrospective on our industry. Many of  the numbers have changed, and now most of us do fly with NVGs and radar altimeters. Yet many of the issues raised in this in-depth report continue to factor into our crash-rate today.

What began almost four decades ago as a way to save lives is now one of the most dangerous jobs in America -- deadlier than logging, mining or police work -- with 113 deaths for every 100,000 employees, The Post found. Only working on a fishing boat is riskier. 

October 2014 Crash, One of Three In Just Over a Year...

To Read This Multi-part Story Click Here...

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