Medevac Helo's - Risk Assessment (RA)?

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aprswatcher

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For about the last 3 weeks the medevac helos up here in Northern Colorado have been giving the dispatchers their normal info; i.e. estimated time enroute (ete), fuel, number of persons on board, and hoe (highest obstacle enroute) and
now an (RA) risk assessment. The risk assessment numbers have been anywhere from 4 to 14, I am guessing that the lower the number the less the risk, the higher number the greater the risk.

Does anybody know how they come up with these numbers, who figures them out and based on what,
i.e. weather, terrain, time enroute, etc.

Any help on this would certainly be appreciated.

73, Rex
 
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