U.S. Helicopter Safety Team (USHST) Participation
The USHST is a public-private partnership dedicated to reducing the U.S. helicopter fatal accident rate through data-driven safety recommendations. The USHST is a volunteer organization. By completing this form, I consent to provide the USHST with my information, and I consent to have the USHST contact me about participation in the organization.
Organization / Affiliation
Experience / Expertise
Marketing / social media
Interest in joining a USHST suborganization
The USHST has groups that focus on particular issues/areas or operational segments.
Personal / Private Helicopter Operations
HAA Helicopter Operations
Commercial Helicopter Operations
Aerial Application Operations
Interest in USHST
A detailed discussion of the USHST's development of data-driven safety recommendations, and the plans to implement each recommendation, is available at
I am interested in a leadership position.
I am interested in supporting the implementation of helicopter safety enhancement (safety recommendation).
I am interested in leading the implementation of a helicopter safety enhancement (safety recommendation).
Interest in specific safety enhancements:
I have reviewed the helicopter safety enhancements and I know which one(s) I would like to support.
I do not know which safety enhancements I would like to support yet.
I would like the USHST to help identify a safety enhancement that I might be able to help support.
Please select any safety enhancements you may be interested in supporting.
Safety Culture and Professionalism (H-SE 19A)
Detection and Management of Risk Level Changes During Flight by Pilots and Nonflying Crew (H-SE 22A)
Helicopter Final Walk Around/Security of External Cargo (H-SEs 28 & 112)
Develop/Publish ACS Rotorcraft-Helicopter Series (H-SE 30)
Add Progressive Approach to Training Autorotations to Helicopter Flying Handbooks (H-SE 37)
Stability Augmentation System (SAS)/Autopilot (H-SE 70)
Technology to Prevent Unintended Loss of Engine Power (H-SE 75)
Improve Simulator Modeling for Outside-the-Envelope Flight Conditions (H-SE 81)
Helicopter Flight Data Monitoring (H-SE 82)
Enhanced Helicopter Vision Systems (H-SE 91)
Threat and Error Management for Initial and Recurrent Pilot Training (H-SEs 115 & 128)
Improve Make/Model Transition Training (H-SE 116)
Competency-based Training Assessments in Initial Pilot Training (H-SE 117)
Recommended Practices for Standardization of Autorotation and Emergency Aircraft Handling Training (H-SE 122)
Increased Simulation/Education to Develop Safe Decision Making (H-SE 123)
Improve Understanding of Basic Helicopter Aerodynamics (H-SE 124)
Pre-Flight Risk Assessment for Student Flights (H-SE 125)
Training for Recognition/Recovery of Spatial Disorientation (H-SE 127A)
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