…requirements, objectives and opportunities for training and workshops are provided here…
FHP routinely provides safety and management training and annual workshops key to risk management, efficiency and quality assurance. Training and workshops target a range of federal and state positions including flight managers, program managers and supervisors of personnel that utilize aircraft. The primary focus of safety training is risk management for aerial application, photography and survey operations. Additionally, various workshops are provided to introduce or update technology, calibrate equipment and personnel, and improve customer service.
|Aviation Safety for FHP Supervisors (See News & Events)||AS2M Courses|
|Aerial Application Training (See News & Events)||AS2M Course Objective|
|Pre-season Aerial Survey Workshop||AS2M Course Subjects|
|Safety Training References|
|Application Safety 2011 Group Photo||Application Safety 2009 Group Photo|
|Application Safety 2010 Group Photo||Application Safety 2008 Group Photo|
|AS2M 2014 Group Photo||AS2M 2009 Group Photo|
|AS2M 2013 Group Photo||AS2M 2008 Group Photo|
|AS2M 2012 Group Photo||AS2M 2006 Group Photo|
|AS2M 2011 Group Photo||AS2M 2005 Quotes and Group Photo|
|AS2M 2010 Group Photo||AS2M 2004 Quotes and Group Photo|
Aerial Survey Aviation Safety and Management Course (AS2M 2014)
April 8-10, 2014
Announcement & Registration
Forest Health Protection
State and Private Forestry
USDA Forest Service
For More Information, contact:
Jeff Mai (970-295-5878)
FHP Aviation Safety Manager
2150A Centre Ave., Suite 331
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Provide specific aviation safety and management information to people involved in natural resource aerial surveys.
The Aerial Survey Aviation Safety and Management course (AS2M) is designed specifically for aerial survey specialists responsible for conducting such missions as sketch mapping, aerial photography, wildlife census, vegetation survey, and aerial recon in general.
This course meets all Interagency Aviation Training requirements for "Fixed-wing Manager — Special Use."
Aviation Safety and Management
Airplane/Helicopter Safety, Aircraft Accident Prevention, Annual Mishap and Review, Risk Management, Human Factors, Aviation Mishap Reporting (SAFECOM), Aircraft Crash Survival, Aircraft Instrumentation, Aviation Management Plans, Automated Flight Following (AFF), and Flight Plans, Flight Following and Dispatcher Operations.
Conducting a Mission
Conducting a Fixed-wing Special Use Mission, Logistics & Cost Effectiveness, Communications & Check-ins (Flight Following), Mission Specific Safety, Crew Resource Management, Airspace Issues, Aviation Chart Reading/Mission Planning, A Survey Pilot's Perspective Aircraft Capabilities and Limitations, Meteorology and Flying Weather, Mountain and Canyon Flying, Aviation Radio Use, and Group Practical Exercises.
Federal Aviation Regulations, Aircraft and Pilot Procurement, Agency Aviation Policy, and Pilot and Aircraft Inspections.
For additional information contact Jeff Mai
|Application Safety 2011 Group Photo|
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Aerial Application Safety and Management for Project Personnel 2011 - Indiana
|Application Safety 2010 Group Photo|
Aerial Application Safety for State and Federal Spray Program Managers 2010 - Illinois
|Application Safety 2009 Group Photo|
Aerial Application Safety for State and Federal Spray Program Managers 2009 - Ohio
|Application Safety 2008 Group Photo|
Aerial Application Safety for State and Federal Spray Program Managers 2008 - Michigan
|AS2M 2014 Group Photo|
AS2M 2014 - Oregon
|AS2M 2013 Group Photo|
AS2M 2013 - Rhode Island
|AS2M 2012 Group Photo|
AS2M 2012 - Colorado
|AS2M 2011 Group Photo|
AS2M 2011 - Pennsylvania
|AS2M 2010 Group Photo|
AS2M 2010 - New Mexico
|AS2M 2009 Group Photo|
AS2M 2009 - Oregon
|AS2M 2008 Group Photo|
AS2M 2008 - Pennsylvania
AS2M 2008 - Colorado
|AS2M 2005 Quotes and Group Photo|
"Teaching is done with excitement and it helps the students to be more motivated."
"This course was good for those of us that have limited experience with flying survey and aviation in general."
"The information is presented in a way that we can see the practical use of applying it in the field."
"The information that was taught is very useful."
"Good amount of breaks."
AS2M 2005 - North Carolina (top photo)
|AS2M 2004 Quotes and Group and Instructors Photos|
"I really enjoyed the course and appreciate the quality information."
"This class was a definite eye opener for me. It has made me aware of the many things I can change to make circumstances better."
"Great training, thought provoking discussion."
"One of the best training courses I ever had."
"This dynamic mix definitely makes this course a great one, and well worth the time."
"I feel fortunate to have been able to attend."
"The course really opened my eyes for what my agency needs."
"The course was very informative and enlightening."
"Flying aerial surveys for my organization will never be the same, they will be much better organized and safer."