Helicopter activity within the marine environment continues to increase. With many manufacturers, models and configurations currently engaged in marine operations, this book helps in helicopter recognition and improved safety operations.
Chapter 1 Helicopter Passenger Procedures
Boarding procedures and passenger safety
Use of lifejackets and emergency instructions
Helicopters Associated equipment
Chapter 2 Routine Helicopter Operations at Sea
Deck plan and ‘land on’ operations
Communications heli-deck landing sites
Surface navigation requirements
On deck emergency
Hook handler and heli-deck personnel
Chapter 3 Ship Types and Helicopter Reception Facilities
Personnel duties and responsibilities
Reception facilities aboard commercial vessels:
Dry cargo ships
Marine Pilot operations
General commercial ship/helicopter operations.
Chapter 4 Helicopter Types and Operational Features
General all purpose marine helicopter
Helicopter profiles and specific information
Operational ranges and payload capacities
Civilian operational roles
Helicopter hoist/winch details.
Chapter 5 Search and Rescue Role of the Helicopter
SAR operational detail – Search information and helicopter equipment – Hoist operations
Surface vessel engagement
Surface craft types
Wet deck landings RNLI operations
Baskets and surface recovery alternatives.
Chapter 6 Military Role of the Helicopter at Sea
Helicopter types and features
Profile of the
‘Sea King’ helicopter
Airborne early warning
Carrier based aircraft
Mine clearance option.
Chapter 7 Helicopter Support Facilities
Surface vessel/helicopter interaction Hanger and
maintenance facilities – Offshore refuelling and support activity
Military Helicopter Assault ships
HMS ‘Ocean’ and HMS ‘Argus’
U.S. Coastguard surface support
Air traffic control.
Chapter 8 Profile of the New EH-101 – MERLIN Helicopter
Construction and equipment
Navy role: Anti-submarine warfare
Operational detail and range comparisons.
Chapter 9 Helicopter Training and Development
Tilt rotor concept
Helicopter tracking systems
Composite fuselage constructional advances
Training activities and organisations
Capsize and dry evacuation training
Controlled and semi-controlled training scenarios.
Title: Helicopter Operations at Sea. A Guide for Industry (eBook)
Edition: Second Edition
Number of Pages: 186
Product Code: WS1075EA
ISBN: ISBN 13: 978-1-85609-543-3 (9781856095433), ISBN 10: 1-85609-543-6 (1856095436)
Published Date: February 2012
Binding Format: Paperback
Book Height: 300 mm
Author: David J House
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