Video length - 19 minutes
This video was the second of the series produced by System Safety Services.
The video is based on an actual helicopter accident in which a simple maintenance error (the AME fails to tighten a cannon plug after he is distracted by a phone call from his irate wife) begins the chain of events that leads to an unnecessary autorotation into the ocean. The "Dirty Dozen" are illustrated as the primary causes of the maintenance error in judgment that results in an almost humorous accident. (See Case Study #2 below)
The video is used in System Safety Services, Human Performance in Maintenance Part 1 (helicopter), workshop as well as in our Pilot Decision Making Part 1 (helicopter) workshop.
Copies of this video, the training booklet and the facilitator notes that accompany it, may be obtained from System Safety Services on DVD with appropriate chapters.
Cost of this video or others in the series is $175.00 Canadian funds plus shipping and handling.
Funds from the videos are used to produce further training videos in the series.