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Aviation Safety for Helibras seminar
AIRBUS Helicopters
Gilles Bruniaux VP Aviation Safety -Sept 2014
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Airbus Helicopter Commitment to Safety
Aviation safety is, will be, and has always been, Airbus Helicopters' s number one
priority for products and services. Safety of our helicopters is continuously improved
in order to better protect the occupants, by going beyond the minimum certification
requirements whenever possible and supporting our customers around the world.
Airbus Helicopters is fully committed to safety as the most important aspect of its
business. Aviation safety is not a responsibility exclusive to the aviation safety staff.
Aviation safety is the responsibility of each and every one of the Airbus
Helicopters employees in order to ensure the sustainability of the business.
AH Guidance Principles
EE/ CompanyPresentaion2014 / 1,v.0 / /07/04/2015
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Airbus Helicopters priorities
Customer
satisfaction
To offer reliable and
efficient products and
support & services
worldwide …
March 2014
Quality
& Safety
… by working with a very
high level of quality and
safety…
3
Competitive
Products &
Innovation
… by pursuing our
innovation roadmap and
enhancing our
competitiveness to ensure
sustainable development
and growth
EA / Matthias KLEIN / R&D Learning Path – Aviation Safety / 1,v.3 / /28/08/2014
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Aviation Safety Organization
Guillaume Faury
CEO
Jean-Brice Dumont
Research & Development
Michel Soulhiard
Accident Investigations
& Product Integrity - EAI
Gilles Bruniaux
Aviation Safety - EA
Matthias Klein
Corporate Aviation Safety
Management
& Communication - EAS
Thomas Gogel
Worldwide Network & German
Sites Management - EAW
AH safety Vision: 0 AH helicopter accidents
Consistently with
IHST Vision: 0 helicopter accidents
Airbus Helicopters Worldwide Fleet
11,920 In-Service A/C
(End Nov 2013)
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In 149 Countries
3009 Operators
3,229,000 FH flown in 2013
85,068,000 Total FH accumulated
(as of 31 Dec 2013)
Airbus Helicopters Fleet by Aircraft Family
AS350/EC130
(Number of In-service Aircraft)
EC135
EC145/BK117
AS365/EC155
SUPER PUMA
Most Accumulated FH
34.6 %
AS 332 Bristow
9.2 %
8%
with 41 800 H
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7.4 %
6.4 %
EC120
BO105
5.7 %
AS355
ALOUETTE 3
5.7 %
5.5 %
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PUMA
3.6 %
5.4 %
ALOUETTE 2
2.7 %
LAMA
NH90
TIGER
1.9 %
Oldest AC
SA313 delivered in
1956
GAZELLE
1.7 %
1.4 %
0.8 %
Operator Fleet Size
French Army
Air Methods
US Army
2000
1818
Brazilian Army
1800
German Army
1400
Number of operators
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1600
Inaer
2013 (3,009 Operators)
Spanish Army
1200
U.S. Dept of security
homeland security
1000
763
800
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CHC Group
600
USCG
335
400
200
83
10
0
1
2 to 4
5 to 19
Number of aircraft
20 to 99
>100
Airbus Helicopters Group Accident Trends
w/o Tiger/NH90
Number of Accidents
104
95
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83
83
81
78
Number of Fatal Accidents
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91
85
86
24
24
38
36
33
27
24
82
24
23
22
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Airbus Helicopters Group Accident Trend
w/o Tiger/NH90
104
Number of Fatalities
105
(83 +
(88 +
5 third
2 third
parties)
parties)
(97 +
80
7 third
80
88
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parties)
90
75
77
(81 +
65
9 third
(74 +
parties)
1 third
party)
8 third
parties)
51
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(57 +
(50 +
1 third
party)
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Airbus Helicopters Group Accident Rates Trend
ECG Accidents Rate Evolution (all aircraft)
w/o Tiger/NH90
3,118,000
2,851,000
2,603,000
2,937,000
3,160,000
3,229,000
2,951,000
2,878,000
Fleet Activity (F/H per year)
2,699,000
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2,480,000
Ø 1 acc each
4 days!!!
3.15
3.52
3.30
3.65
2.76
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Rate of Accidents per 100,000 F/H
- 25%
2.95
1.26
0.97
0.92
1.12
0.92
0.89
2005
2006
10
2007
2.92
2.63
2.54
1.22
0.83
- 16%
2004
2.81
0,73
0.68
Rate of Fatal Accidents per 100,000 F/H
2008
2009
Constant increase of Fleet Activity
Low Decreasing of Accident rates. 2013 = best result since ever
2010
2011
2012
2013
Brazil
11
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5 years of AH Civil Fleet operations in Brazil
Actual figures: 38 accidents
12
Assuming average worldwide accident rate: 16 accidents avoided (42%)
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5 years of AH Civil Fleet operations in Brazil
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5 years of AH Civil Fleet operations in Brazil
Actual figures: 22 fatalities
14
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5 years of AH Civil Fleet operations in Brazil
Assuming worldwide average fatality rate: 8 lives saved
15
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Breakdown of accidents by main cause
Airbus Helicopters Group
2009-2013 period (5 years)
16
AH Hel accidents in BRAZIL
17
IHST and AIRBUS Helicopters
Four main improvement areas
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• SMS (safety culture and risk
management)
• Training (all kinds!)
• Use of Systems & Technology
– AFCS, NVG, ACAS, HTAWS, etc…
– cockpit and image recorder, HFDM, HUMS
etc…
– (Enhance survivability)
• Strict adherence to maintenance
procedures
EBSX225 / S Kraywinkel / EC225 Product Improvement 1,v.0 / /07/04/2015/
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EC225 Oil and Gas Safety Plan:
AH safety Vision: Zero AH Helicopter accidents
EC225 configuration:
• Vision 1000 camera in cockpit (HFDM, Safety management, training,
incident investigation)
• Automatic approach for 225e - offset approach “rig and fly”
• HUMS AAD
• Survivability improvement
Flight operations:
• Edition of an AH EC 225 FCOM (Flight Crew Operating Manual) for oil
and gas operations: Initiative focusing on best use of automation
• Training Standardization between AH and operators:
• Pilot seminar
Maintenance:
• Maintenance seminar
• Technical representative Mentor
Flight Ops and Maintenance initiatives in North Sea and Technical
representatives to be deployed in Brazil + Portuguese translation for
EC225 tech pub
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