ILAFFT (I Learned About Flying From That)
This is the safety page on the CSC Web site. The first document is the BHPA Incident Record Form. Please, if you have an incident however minor, fill in the form and send it to the Club Safety Officer. By showing that safety incidents don't have to involve a fatality, we can convince our insurance company that free flying is like most other sports. Secondly, by sharing your experience, other pilots might not make the same mistake.
Accidents rarely happen by chance. Most accidents because a chain of events come together - most of the time we get away with it; sometimes we don't. Accident reports are published on this page in the hope that better understanding will lead to less accidents. AAIB reports are copyright Air Accidents Investigation Branch. BHPA reports are copyright British Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association
If you want to get in touch with the Club Safety Officer please use this form
|BHPA Incident Reporting||Incident reporting to the BHPA is now on line; follow this link to report an incident. Please report an incident you have witnessed or been involved in if it:
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|Safety Bulletin Number 7||A Tailbridge Incident, Drones, Boots, Preflight checks and DIY repairs|
|Safety Bulletin Number 6||More Incidents, first aid kits and Satellite Emergency Beacons|
|Safety Bulletin Number 5||Incident Analysis|
|Safety Bulletin Number 4||All about pods!|
|Safety Bulletin Number 3||Glider Choice|
|Safety Bulletin Number 2||Subjects covered are:
Club safety structure, notes on the discussion at Newby Bridge.
Anatomy of an Accident: Rick Livingstone bares all, not as lewd as it sounds!
What to do in an emergency - DON'T PANIC - and much more.
|First Safety Bulletin from the new CSC Safety Panel||Thoughts from the new safety officer and a guide to the incident reporting system|
|RAF Air Clues magazine - Spring 2015||The RAF do care about us and the article on page 18 in this edition is worth a read. The "I learnt about flying from that" on page 10 is a good dissection of a close shave - something which we in the paragliding community don't do enough of|
|Airprox report - Harting Down||Airprox report into a close encounter between a paraglider and a light aircraft|
|BHPA Formal Accident Report - Black Knowe Head, near Ettrick on 17/07/2011||Investigation of a paragliding accident which occurred at Black Knowe Head, near Ettrick on 17th July 2011 in which the pilot suffered serious injury. As the report is large you can read by following this link|