Vision Zero / AAMS Survivors Network Challenge Coin
A common coin, a shared vision.
Different programs, different regions, different roles, different flight suit colors…united in the pursuit of the highest level of risk mitigation possible.
Challenge coins were born out of military tradition and symbolize honor, respect, duty, accountability, and esprit de corps. The Vision Zero/Survivors Network coin is not only a symbol, but also a tool to help bring focus individually and industry-wide to the human factors that impact crews getting home safely.
This coin is a tangible reminder of all these concepts. Whether you’re a pilot, mechanic, medical crewmember, communication specialist, administrator, medical director, or support staff, we hope you will carry this coin with a sense of duty to uphold the ideals of this coin embodies; and that you will use it as a tool to create habits that help strengthen the culture that this coin represents.
An initiative to build a community culture of risk mitigation based on the combined principles of Awareness, Education, and Vigilance.
“It Starts With Me”
The mantra concluding AirLife Denver’s progressive Commitment to Safety, and directly pertinent to Vision Zero, no matter what your role in the industry.
The flipside of the coin…the alternative to Vision Zero…is an accident or incident…with survivors or fatalities.
Awareness. Education. Research. Support. Working alongside Vision Zero to bring the voices of survivors to the table to engage in the conversation around risk mitigation from the unique perspectives of those who have “been there.” Also emphasizing preparation, mitigating long-term effects of post-traumatic stress, and promoting resilience.
The wings with a black ribbon…reminding us to remember and honor those we have lost, as well as the survivors: Their families, friends, and colleagues.
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