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Published on Sep 29, 2016
2016 AIRBUS HELICOPTERS VISION ZERO AVIATION SAFETY AWARD
Since 2007, Airbus helicopters has inspired and rewarded air medical programs of all sizes with the Vision Zero aviation safety Award, in collaboration with The association of Air medical Services.. And we congratulate Our 2016 winner, is PHI Airmedical.
Operating out of more than 65 bases in the US and around the world, PHI transports more than 30,000 patients each year. They are proud of their many industry firsts, and they’ve always pushed innovation. As the first air medical program to be awarded the vision zero award in 2007, PHI is committed to the study of human factors in order to improve safety and performance.
PHI worked with a diverse team of researchers, psychologists and one of the top brain experts in the country – to develop the a revolutionary, game changing program “ Life-Saving Thinking.” which they believe, which will improve safety and help to save lives across the entire air medical industry.
“Life Saving Thinking”, challenges employees to better understand how their brains work, to recognize the mind traps that exist, and to understand how to switch our mindset between subconscious and conscious thinking, when it matters most.
This year, Life-Saving Thinking was launched globally across PHI Air Medical with train the trainer events, followed up through monthly engagement meetings, filled with sophisticated video content, interactive challenges, immersive discussions and ongoing educational resources.
Now, every employee is involved and challenged to function and work through each and every task with real mindfulness and attention. Their focus is to utilize the techniques and information, to improve performance and ensure everyone’s safety.
Life-Saving Thinking is a universal and easily adoptable safety program. PHI believes that if every program adopted this initiative, safety across the industry would certainly improve, and PHI is willing to share access and training materials with the entire industry.
With the $10,000 award they can begin to replicate and distribute the program, via AAMS and the MedEvac Foundation. Congratulations to PHI Air Medical, for winning the 2016 Airbus Helicopters Vision Zero, Aviation Safety Award.