You managed to find this on some obscure site that doesn't show up in a Google news search on this subject. Then using part of the story, it comes up buried in the "News" section of the CHC website.
There is NO mention of this on the CHC homepage and not anywhere can an attributable comment be sourced from any of the CHC senior management team and more specifically the President/CEO. The buck stops there.
But there is a load of information about the CHC Safety Symposium if you Google any of this. Perhaps they need to add a topic on Emergency Response Planning, because the immediate response of the operator will be what they will be gauged by in the very long process of investigating and resolving the circumstances leading to this accident. I do not believe for one minute that CHC does not have an extremely well-developed response plan, but the biggest question is why it hasn't been implemented? Maybe a corporate structure so removed and alien to the actual functioning of the revenue generating side of their business (actually operating helicopters) that you might have to wonder about all the risk management and business processes that are in place in a business in survival mode?