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EXPRESS HELICOPTERS INC.

(EHI)
R44 Passenger Safety Briefing Card (Part 135.117) SAFETY BELT OPERATION R44 Passenger Safety Briefing Card (Part 135.117) HELICOPTER SAFETY NOTES
Avoid the rear TAIL ROTOR DANGER AREA Stay LOW, WALK under the Rotor Blades NEVER raise arms or objects above your head Hold hats, jackets, etc. firmly against rotor wash DO NOT DROP objects out of the Helicopter DO NOT THROW things near the Helicopter Never approach or duck under the tail-cone FIRMLY HOLD Childrens hands to avoid danger Be aware that NOISE, ROTOR WASH & ANXIETY can cause Passengers to do UNSAFE things. BE ALERT for confusion in fellow riders & grasp their hand. STOP & THINK, there is NO RUSH around the Helicopter.

EMERGENCY EGRESS (Door Operation)

HOW TO APPROACH & DEPART HELICOPTER


Make EYE CONTACT with the Pilot as you approach

Approach or depart ONLY by the LEFT nose area

THANK YOU for Flying EXPRESS HELICOPTERS!


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Never approach or depart on the uphill side August 15, 2012

EXPRESS HELICOPTERS INC. (EHI)


R44 Passenger Safety Briefing Card (Part 135.117) R44 Passenger Safety Briefing Card (Part 135.117)
NO SMOKING on board aircraft, within 10 feet of
the aircraft or on the ramp.

WELCOME ABOARD from EXPRESS HELICOPTERS! Your Safety is our Primary Concern. FAA Rules require Passengers to review this R44 PASSENGER SAFETY BRIEFING CARD so passengers know what to do in an emergency. We are here to insure Your SAFETY and enjoyment. THANK YOU for flying with EHI! SEAT POSITION is fixed with no adjustments. SAFETY BELTS must be worn during takeoff &
landing. Safety Belts have shoulder harnesses integrated with lap restraint. TO FASTEN (see diagram) place flat metal tongue into metal buckle until it clicks secure. TO UNFASTEN lift buckle flap UP past 90 degree angle & remove metal tongue.

INTOXICATED PASSENGERS will not be allowed


to board, please do not arrive intoxicated.

SURVIVAL & FIRST AID EQUIPMENT located


under the front left seat if required. Lift seat cushion forward to access the equipment. FLOTATION DEVICES readily available for operations over water, beyond poweroff gliding distance from shore, equipped with at least one pyrotechnic signaling device. DITCHING in open water, exit helicopter when ordered by Pilot. Alert Pilot & other Passengers if you CAN NOT SWIM. OXYGEN USE is required above 12,000 feet. Medical Oxygen use limited to devices approved under a Physicians care, device not provided by EHI. FIRE EXTINGUISHER located forward of the left front seat foot area attached to center console. TO OPERATE: 1) Remove Pin 2) Hold upright 3) Stand back 6 feet, 4) Aim at the fires base 5) Press lever to sweep stream side to side.

EMERGENCY EGRESS is through the 4 normal


entry doors. DOOR OPERATION:(see diagram) TO UNLATCH lift D handle UP, slide it forward to unlatch locking lances & swing it outward. TO LATCH slide D handle forward, GENTLY pull door closed, slide D handle rearward to engage locking lances. LOWER D handle to secure closed for flight.

DO NOT PUSH REAR DOOR LOCKS DOWN!

Federal Law prohibits interference with the Pilot. EHI reserves the right to terminate any operation at any time in the interest of SAFETY.

www.ExrpessHelicopters.com

205.591.KILO

August 15, 2012