Access over 20 million homework & study documents

search

Conclusion Included Helicopter Safety Protocols and Training in Salt Lake County SAR

Content type
User Generated
Rating
Showing Page:
1/14
Helicopter Safety Protocols and Training in Salt Lake County SAR
Part I: Engage Stakeholders
Operations, Audience, Users
Operations: Those who do what we are evaluating. Those who are developing the
protocols and enacting the training.
o Salt Lake County Sheriff Department
o Mountain Rescue Association (MRA)
o The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
o National Association of Search and Rescue (NASAR)
o Salt Lake City SAR volunteers
Audience: Those who have the program done to them. Those who are following the
protocols and receiving the training.
o The Salt Lake County SAR volunteers
30 volunteers
< 1 year experience
1-5 years experience
5-10 years experience
15+ years experience
o Salt Lake County Sheriff Department
The Sheriff
Deputies
Canyon Patrol
Users: Those who use the information from the evaluation to make decisions on protocols
and training.
o Salt Lake County SAR volunteers
o Incident Command
o Salt Lake County Sheriff's Department
o Salt Lake City Council
o Mayor's Office
o Budget Office
Ranking of Stakeholders and Their Roles
High Importance: Involved in this evaluation
o Operations:
Salt Lake County SAR volunteers (people in the field that request and
interact with helicopter)
15+ years experience
Representative: John Doe

Sign up to view the full document!

lock_open Sign Up
Showing Page:
2/14
5-10 years experience
Representative: Helen Keller
Salt Lake County Sheriff Department (the governing body of Salt Lake
County SAR)
Salt Lake County Sheriff (ultimately in charge of Salt Lake County
SAR)
Representative: Rosie Rivera
Mountain Rescue Association (responsible for developing protocol,
delivering training, and research on helicopter safety)
Instructor Liaison (assist in delivery of training)
Representative: Eric Johnson
The American Society for Testing and Materials (Salt Lake County
Sheriff’s Department is on the ASTM committee for developing SAR
standards)
Committee member (helps develop SAR standards)
Representative: Albert Einstein
o Audience:
Salt Lake County SAR volunteers (those who are going through the
helicopter safety program, enacting protocols, and receiving training)
15+ years of experience
Representative: Thomas Edison
10-15 years of experience
Representative: Jane Goodall
o Users:
Salt Lake County SAR
Leadership among SAR volunteers (will help implement changes
in helicopter safety programs should it be warranted)
Representative: Dan Hadley
Salt Lake County Sheriff Department (ultimately in charge of
implementing changes should they be warranted)
Salt Lake County Sheriff
Representative: Rosie Rivera
Medium Importance: Some involved in this evaluation
o Operations
National Association of Search and Rescue (responsible for developing
protocol and providing training for helicopter safety)
Instructor Liaison (assist in the delivery of training)
Representative: Will William
o Audience
Salt Lake County SAR volunteers
1-5 years of experience
Representative: Ben Stiller
Salt Lake County Sheriff Department
Canyon Patrol (may receive helicopter training; sometimes work in
the field)
Representative: Marie Curie

Sign up to view the full document!

lock_open Sign Up
Showing Page:
3/14

Sign up to view the full document!

lock_open Sign Up
End of Preview - Want to read all 14 pages?
Access Now
Unformatted Attachment Preview
Helicopter Safety Protocols and Training in Salt Lake County SAR Part I: Engage Stakeholders Operations, Audience, Users • Operations: Those who do what we are evaluating. Those who are developing the protocols and enacting the training. o Salt Lake County Sheriff Department o Mountain Rescue Association (MRA) o The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) o National Association of Search and Rescue (NASAR) o Salt Lake City SAR volunteers • Audience: Those who have the program done to them. Those who are following the protocols and receiving the training. o The Salt Lake County SAR volunteers ▪ 30 volunteers ▪ < 1 year experience ▪ 1-5 years experience ▪ 5-10 years experience ▪ 15+ years experience o Salt Lake County Sheriff Department ▪ The Sheriff ▪ Deputies ▪ Canyon Patrol • Users: Those who use the information from the evaluation to make decisions on protocols and training. o Salt Lake County SAR volunteers o Incident Command o Salt Lake County Sheriff's Department o Salt Lake City Council o Mayor's Office o Budget Office Ranking of Stakeholders and Their Roles • High Importance: Involved in this evaluation o Operations: ▪ Salt Lake County SAR volunteers (people in the field that request and interact with helicopter) ▪ 15+ years experience ▪ Representative: John Doe ▪ • 5-10 years experience ▪ Representative: Helen Keller ▪ Salt Lake County Sheriff Department (the governing body of Salt Lake County SAR) ▪ Salt Lake Cou ...
Purchase document to see full attachment
User generated content is uploaded by users for the purposes of learning and should be used following Studypool's honor code & terms of service.

Anonymous
Awesome! Perfect study aid.

Studypool
4.7
Trustpilot
4.5
Sitejabber
4.4

Similar Documents