FATIGUE MANAGEMENT TRAINING
Our Fatigue Management Training helps crew to understand fatigue risks in flight operations and ways to prevent it. The course starts with an introduction case involving fatigue issues. Our virtual mentors – Michelle and Michael – guide crew through the course and explain rules and regulations regarding fatigue, sleepiness factors, symptoms of fatigue, myths about sleep and sleep disorders. Applicable tips and examples on how to handle fatigue issues are presented throughout the course.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
The course is designed to be completed in average of 45 minutes.
AMC 1 FCL.ORO. 250
Reg. (EU) No. 965/2012 and amendment
Reg. (EU) 83/2014 (Subpart FTL)
Crew factors in Flight Operations X and XV, NASA Ames Research Center
- Introduction case
- Applicable regulatory requirements for flight, duty and rest
- The basics of fatigue including sleep fundamentals and the effects of disturbing the circadian rhythms
- The causes of fatigue including medical conditions that may lead to fatigue
- The effect of fatigue on performance
- Fatigue countermeasures
- The influence of lifestyle including nutrition, exercise, and family life on fatigue
- Familiarity with sleep disorders and their possible treatments
- Where applicable, the effects of long range operations and heavy short range schedules on individuals
- The effect of operating through and within multiple time zones and the crew member responsibility for ensuring adequate rest and fitness for flight duty