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SAFETY TEAM

EVERYONE
COMES HOME
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WHAT ECHO SAFETY TEAM OFFERS

We are a resource for public safety aviation crew members as well as the industry as a whole to succeed in achieving the prime directive - every crew member will complete every shift safe on deck.


We carry this out by serving as a conduit for safety information and training within the public safety aviation industry.


ECHO’s Safety Team offers the following resources to aid programs in improving safety practices:

  • Crew Resource Management Training

  • Fit For Duty Resources

  • Program Safety Audits

  • Customized Presentations for your program
     

If you desire something more or something different, please contact us.

BY FLIGHT CREWS, FOR FLIGHT CREWS.

WHY WE EXIST

Drawing from the highly successful ECHO F.A.S.T. Team, a need to not only respond to the aftermath of accidents but to help prevent them by promoting safety education and industry best practices.

MISSION

Our mission is to provide peer support services to flight crews and their families following a major event/critical incident.

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WHO ARE SAFETY TEAM MEMBERS?

Our team is comprised of Pilots, Mechanics, Flight Nurses, Flight Paramedics, Administrators, Safety Officers, and Educators from across the country who are motivated to train and advocate for the best safety practices for all aviation crews.


These professionals seek the best ideas from all disciplines of public safety aviation to collaborate with any program that looks to have safety as their cornerstone.


The Safety Team is held to the guiding principle that everyone comes home. The ECHO Safety Team is not judgmental, nor will confidential information be shared.

For more information about the ECHO Safety Team, please email safety@echoflightcrew.org.

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MOVING FORWARD

Take care of yourself and your needs first! Know your support system and use it.


Pay attention to how you feel, express your feelings. If it bothers you, talk about it.


Stay connected with positive coping skills, recognize negative coping skills, and avoid them.


Seek professional help early if you are having difficulties coping.


Continue to engage the F.A.S.T. peer support, we are always available to provide help.

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