collective Posted January 10, 2005 Report Share Posted January 10, 2005 Hi I am currently dealing with WCB in an attempt to build a base of information regarding helicopter pilots and the day to day job we do. It seems that until now, they have little or no information regarding our job (at least the flying part). When someone says, 'longlining'..it is met with a blank stare. Bucketing..well, that seems to mean going down to the well early in the morning.... And.."don't you guys have running water out there?" Don't get me wrong. I am not saying anything out of line here. I respect the job they do, even more so now that it is an official program to gather information to form a data base that may be of assistance to one or more of us down the road. I would appreciate any input from all or any of you. What do you think the people at WCB should know about our job? Any areas that do not fall under the basic guidlines as set out by the WCB? What would you like to see them know about the day to day operation of a helicopter. This includes fires, logging, exploration etc....Any arena. I will include all suggestions in my summation to the powers that be at WCB. (huh,that rymes) Thanx Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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