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The Next Bright Idea – the SIRIUS-LRS Available Now

I’ve always said that my favorite nighttime signalling device is one that isn’t  Coast Guard approved.  A good waterproof LED flashlight, with its focused beam, can reach out to any light you can see in the sky.  If you can see a boat on the horizon or helicopter searching a focused flash light will definitely …

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FAA Releases SAFO on Dynamic Rollout and Hoist Hooks

The FAA has released SAFO (Safety Alert for Operators) #16015 which discusses the possibility of dynamic rollout with certain hoist hook types.While I’m very glad the FAA has released the report, it was a bit muted in its recommendations. It advises operators to: Develop procedures which list the specific D-Rings or equipment which may be …

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USCG MST throws line to vessel.

The Same Only Better – Changes to the Rescue Throw Line (#237-P)

If you’re in the Coast Guard and recently received our rescue throw line – Part # 237-P – you may have noticed it looks different than it used to. We promise; it’s the same thing, only better.  In the last year alone we’ve shipped over fifteen-hundred 237-P Rescue Throw Lines around the world.  Always striving to make our products …

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Helicopter simulator in the MAST in Halifax

Bringing Reality Inside: Hoist Emergency Response Training

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Boat Safety Belt – Changing Side Straps

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rescue swimmer brett fogle hangs from a helicopter hoist cable over the river in Elizabeth City North Carolina

When All Else Fails: Broken Cables, Lost Hooks, and Options

Though the mission had started out easy enough, three hours later it was the single worst moment of my life and by far my worst day in a helicopter. We were 240 miles offshore. It was pitch black, freezing cold, my best friend, Mike, was in the water and the hoist cable was – strand-by-strand …

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good and broken carabiner after testing at lifesaving systems

Carabiner Safety: The Gate Matters

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