aviation safety

air ambulance safety - #therewhereeveryouneedus

Destination Medicine (Pty) Ltd Air Ambulance Services and their AOC's embrac3e the SACAA (South African Civil Aviation Authority) drive for bets and safest practice in both the aeromedical and aeronautical environments at all times.

 

Please take a moment to familiarise yourself with the information provided below on aircraft safety within our King Air 200 and Lear 45 Operating environments. 

 

KING AIR B200 BLACK HAWK 

 

Our Golden Rules:

 

  • The Captain (PIC) is in charge of everything, no matter what and has final say on all aircraft operations 

  • No persons on or near the apron without a reflective vest, family, patient or crew

  • Your Safety comes first, Always 

  • All persons on board our aircraft are to have completed a safety induction before boarding 

 

AIRCRAFT SAFETY VIDEO: (PLEASE NOTE ALL PASSENGERS ARE REQUIRED TO WATCH AND UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS OF THIS VIDEO BEFORE TAKE OFF)

 

the video is provided with full permission of the author.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SAFETY BRIEFING

SAFETY EQUIPMENT ON BOARD 

 

KING AIR B200 BLACK HAWK 

 

All our aircraft are equipped with the following safety items:

  • Portable fire extinguishers 

  • Full First aid kit for 12 people

  • Fulls survival box for 12 people 

  • Drop down supplemental oxygen masks

  • Separate back up emergency location devices, VHF / HF handheld radios, and solar chargers  

  • Geopositioning software and flight tracking on all aircraft independently monitored 24 hours a day by our emergency call centre 

 

 

STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES 

 

 

Please feel free to familiarise yourself with our SOP's: Your Safety is our main concern:

 

 

 

 

 

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