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what is the name of the manual used by the British Army as

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what is the name of the manual used by the British Army as an aide to the proper safety regulations and rigging methods when preparing underslung loads for helicopters to transport.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Michael Hannigan replied 7 years ago.
I beleive you may be referring to

CAP 426

Helicopter External Load Operations

Let me know if that's what you are looking for or not.

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Is there a specific manual that itemises each specific piece of equipment that can be underslung and the specific regulations of how this is to be prepared ie what size / weight of nets and strops to use ect ect and securing points ect. It is basically a set of instructions to follow for each individual piece of equipment that may need to be underslung to an helicopter and the safety standards to follow ?
Expert:  replied 7 years ago.

I beleive that does exist as IEEE information at the following link, but I am not aware of any other place that is provided.


CAP 426 is the closest thing that I know of to what you are looking for.

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