Skidz Posted October 17, 2014 Report Share Posted October 17, 2014 Cadors Number: 2014H0167 Occurrence Category(ies): Other Occurrence Information Occurrence Type: Incident Occurrence Date: 2014-10-04 Occurrence Time: 1630 Z Day Or Night: day-time Fatalities: 0 Injuries: 0 Canadian Aerodrome ID: Aerodrome Name: Occurrence Location: 8 NM NNE Iscozacin Base Province: TC Region: National Capital Region (NCR) Country: Republic of Peru World Area: South America Reported By: Transportation Safety Board of Canada AOR Number: TSB Class Of Investigation: Class 5 TSB Occurrence No: A14F0129 Occurrence Event Information Aircraft Information Registration Mark: GKTL Foreign Registration: Flight #: Flight Rule: UNK Aircraft Category: Helicopter Country of Registration: Canada Aircraft Make: BELL Aircraft Model: 212 Year Built: 1980 Amateur Built: No Engine Make: PRATT & WHITNEY-CAN Engine Model: PT6T-3 Engine Type: Turbo shaft Gear Type: Land Phase Of Flight: Cruise Damage: No Damage Owner: Great Slave Helicopters Ltd. Operator: GREAT SLAVE HELICOPTERS LTD. (4756) Operator Type: Commercial CARs Subpart: Aircraft Event InformationObject dropped from aircraft Occurrence Summary Date: 2014-10-16 Further Action Required: No O.P.I.: Narrative: TSB Report#A14F0129: The Great Slave Helicopters Bell 212 (C-GKTL), operating under the operator certificate (OC) of ECO Copters of Peru, was being used to sling-carry supplies from Iscozacin Base, Peru, to a location about 15 nm from the Base. A single hook with two cargo nets was being used. While en route, about 8 nm NNE of Iscozacin Base, a slight bump was felt. It was then observed that items were streaming from the slung cargo into a forested area. One of the slung cargo nets had released its contents, which were explosives for seismic work. Both cargo nets remained attached to hook. There were no ground injuries. The cargo was recovered and a site clean-up conducted. The seismic company is assessing both the cargo net failure and the training of the cargo net loaders. Please note that for the most part, CADORS reports contain preliminary, unconfirmed data which can be subject to change. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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