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Aviation Safety Management System Development and Implementation


Vastly experienced pilot, aviation safety professional, and aviation expert. Involved in teaching numerous aspects of helicopter flight and safety management systems. Former United States Army Warrant Officer and Aviator flying the Blackhawk during medical evacuation missions. Decorated Operation Iraqi Freedom combat veteran receiving two Air Medals and a Sikorsky Rescue Award. One semester remaining for a Master of Science, Aviation Safety Degree concentrating on safety management systems (4.0 GPA). Graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Aeronautics with a minor in Helicopter Safety. Extensive experience in aviation operations, including aviation safety, flight training, maintenance test flights, helicopter air ambulance, and aviation law enforcement with over 2,400 hours of accident-free flight time. Numerous military and civilian flight credentials, including Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) rotorcraft, FAA Certified Flight Instructor including Instrument Instructor (CFI/CFII), and Certified International Safety Manager (CISM®), to name a few. Extensive experience consulting helicopter air ambulance, law enforcement, and agricultural operators utilizing aviation assets. Also, hold a current Secret Security Clearance.

Current FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) Representative, Space Coast Aviation Safety Alliance (SCASA) Member, Central Florida Business Aviation Association (CFBAA) Board Member and Oversee the Safety Committee, the International Society of Safety Professionals (ISSP) Director of Engagement, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Affiliate, United States Helicopter Safety Team (USHST) Member, Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA) Member, and Space Coast Aviation Safety Alliance (SCASA) Member.

Additional credentials include Advanced Aviation Safety Officer trained in Internal Evaluation Programs, Aircraft Accident Investigation, Safety Management Systems, Safety Risk Management, and Human Factors in Aircraft Accident Investigation. 

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