ASC offers specializing in Human Factors and Material Failure in Accident Investigations. Keith uses his experience as a US Army Aircraft Accident Investigator, he is a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) and has also worked in the civilian, commercial aviation industry flying for companies such as Petroleum Helicopters, Damin Aviation, Keystone Helicopters, Island Helicopters and Chopper 6 and Chopper 3 in Philadelphia. He also has experience in the flight for life, aeromedical evacuation industry.
Aviation Safety Consultants, LLC also offers safety evaluations (audits) for aviation companies in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulations and IS-BAO, Tour Operators Program of Safety (TOPS) and HAI Audit Standards. We teach and promote proven Risk Management practices through the safety gap analysis process.
Keith is currently working on an FAA Rotorcraft Safety Project involving Flight Data Management and how it affects aviation safety. This project involves Florida Institute of Technology, Purdue University, Georgia Institute of Technology and Ohio State University.
Education & Licenses
Civilian Education: Ed.D. (abd) in Educational Leadership from Delaware Valley University Master of Aeronautical Science with concentration in Aviation Safety, Embry Riddle University BS: Finance / Political Science, LaSalle University, Philadelphia, PA Department of Transportation/Transportation Safety Institute: Safety Risk Management Course Transportation Safety Institute Trainer/Safety Management Systems (SMS) and Aviation Safety Program Management Course 2012 Transportation Safety Instituted Human Factors Analysis and Classification Course (2012) Robinson Helicopters Safety Course IS-BAO Certified Safety Auditor Master Army Aviator Commercial Fixed and Rotary Wing Pilot HAI Certified Auditor - TSI Heliport Education Course Tour Operator Program of Safety Auditor (TOPS)
Military Education: UH60 Black Hawk Course UH1 Huey Course US Army Instructor Pilot US Army Aviation Safety Course US Army Accident Investigation Course Human Factors in Accident Investigations