Fatigue Issues and Fatigue Management Solutions for an HF-Compliant SMS
This Conference is designed to provide information and guidance on the role of Human Factors as part of a Safety Management System, focusing on Fatigue Management tools (FRMS). This reflects increasing industry concern and regulatory activity, particularly FTL provisions in OPS 0.55 which state that operators must establish a fatigue risk strategy as part of their SMS.
Capt. Daniel Maurino, whose internationally recognised work at ICAO included more than ten years defining the authoritative ICAO SMS model, will introduce the SMS concept and explain its relationship to HF and FRMS. Other speakers will discuss specific fatigue issues and risk in scheduled operations, military and GA sections, and examine specific FRMS applications.
Who Should Attend
The conference will be useful for anyone involved in SMS and FRMS implementation or having a specific interest in Fatigue in safety-critical environments, including:
• Flight Ops
• Safety Managers,
• Risk Assessors
• Fatigue reporting
• HF Researchers (Applied Psychology, Ergonomics)
• Safety-critical industries and professions (health care, police, power, rail) concerned about fatigue and related issues
Industry sectors involved include flight deck (scheduled ops, GA, military) Emergency Services, Maintenance, cabin crew, ramp and related transport industries (road, maritime, rail).
The Flight Ops and Training committee are grateful the support provided by Virgin Atlantic Airlines and the FRMS Group. Corporate sponsors are always acknowledged in promotional material, in Proceedings, via logo links on the HFG conference website, and are encouraged to feature a stand at the conference to exhibit their literature – please contact the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about Sponsorship opportunities.
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