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DanPilots incorporate Pilotladdersafety in E-Learning programme


by Frank Diegel - published on 14 September 2020 306 -

Herman Broers, one of the initiators of safetyladder.com announced today that DanPilot, Denmarks state pilot organization have incorporated the information of Pilotladdersafety.com in their e-learning module for pilots.

” The use of pilot ladders is one of our most critical operations and we want to help increase the focus on what a good pilotladder is and how it should be rigged.”

Editors opinion: Well done! A great step forward.

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René Hartung Lotsenbrüderschaft NOK II Kiel / Lübeck / Flensburg, Germany
on 14 September 2020, 14:46 UTC

Herman Broers site really is a good educational website, which should be well known to each pilot. Very good work!

Happy to see that the DanPilots take the matter serious - one of these days we might too... 😉
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