Preventive measures at forefront of OGS safety plan
from Northern Ontario Business
Last summer, a lake water crew with the Ontario Geological Survey (OGS) was being transported by helicopter to a research spot when one of its blades clipped a tree-top, causing a wobble in the chopper's flight. After landing immediately, an inspection revealed a badly damaged blade and $80,000 damage, but the result could have been much worse, said Jack Parker, senior manager of the earth resources and geoscience mapping section of the OGS.
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