The Air Support Group Supervisor - is primarily responsible for supporting and managing helibase and helispot operations and maintaining liaison with fixed-wing air bases. This includes providing:
Fuel and other supplies.
Maintenance and repair of helicopters.
Retardant mixing and loading.
Keeping records of helicopter activity, and
Providing enforcement of safety regulations.
These major functions are performed at helibases and helispots. Helicopters during landing and take-off and while on the ground are under the control of the Air Support Groups Helibase or Helispot Managers. The Air Support Group Supervisor reports to the Air Operations Branch Director (AIROPS).
Air Support Group Supervisor - Specific Responsibilities
The major responsibilities of the Air Support Group Supervisor are:
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