CAA Paper 2009/06: Hazard Analysis of the Use of GPS in Offshore Helicopter Operations

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Reference:CAA Paper 2009/06
Title:Hazard Analysis of the Use of GPS in Offshore Helicopter Operations
Description:The report details the three-part hazard analyses performed for helicopter offshore operations on the UK continentalshelf. Part 1 addresses the use of GPS for en-route navigation. Part 2 covers the existing 'basic' offshore weatherradar approach. Part 3 deals with an 'enhanced' offshore weather radar approach which utilises existing North Seahelicopter GPS equipment to underpin the 'basic' weather radar approach. In each analysis, the individual hazardsand their potential consequences are identified and are then mapped onto conflict scenarios. The conflict scenariosare then assessed for severity and probability and the resulting risk compared with a modified JAA AMJ 25.1309 risk
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:February 2010
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