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RLC Earns Prestigious HAI Safety Award

Dépèche transmise le 21 septembre 2011 par Business Wire

BROUSSARD, La.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RLC, the largest privately-held helicopter operator in the Gulf of Mexico, today announced it has earned the Helicopter Association International’s (HAI) 2010 Operator Safety Award. This coveted honor is bestowed upon helicopter operators who operated without accident in the previous year. HAI acknowledged RLC for its outstanding 2010 safety record of 72,000+ accident-free flight hours.

“I applaud our employees and their steadfast commitment to safety. Without them, this achievement would not have been possible.”

“This award reflects our safety-first commitment to employ industry-leading safety, training and maintenance programs to ensure the well being of our customers,” said Larry Adams, Chief Operating Officer of RLC. “I applaud our employees and their steadfast commitment to safety. Without them, this achievement would not have been possible.”

“RLC can take great pride in the fact that they have met the requirements for this award,” said Matthew Zuccaro, president of HAI. “RLC’s dedication to reducing accident risk and upholding the highest safety standards reflects well on their organization, as well as the entire international helicopter community.”

About RLC

RLC, the largest privately-held helicopter operator in the Gulf of Mexico, is committed to being the industry’s most efficient and customer-focused company. Serving high-performance energy services providers and oil and gas producers, RLC’s fleet of offshore-equipped helicopters transport personnel and equipment to offshore production platforms and drilling rigs with the highest levels of safety, performance and service. By going above and beyond every time, RLC helps its customers move their businesses forward. For more information, visit http://www.rlcllc.net.

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