Fatigue Risk Management Advanced Training
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Many airlines worldwide gained their first experiences with the management of fatigue following the ICAO’s FRMS-approach. Now it is time to take further steps. For many airlines the implementation phase is over and safety service officers might ask: What are the next steps with FRM? How can we make the maximum use out of our Fatigue Reports and software-support products? How can we set up scientifically based surveys? How can we effectively mitigate fatigue risks within our operation? How can we monitor our efficiency using meaningful Safety Performance Indicators? What do the authorities expect? Our FRM Advanced Training has been designed based on your feedbacks and exchange with international FRM experts. It is built on the premise that an organization has already worked on the implementation of a Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS). It will provide you with necessary approach to cope with increasing complexity and think critically about fatigue related issues. We have set up a hands-on program for members of airlines with FRM-experiences based on group-work activities, discussions and exchange with other FRM-specialists to focus on the most important FRM-topic: Valid data. After completion of this training course you will understand how Fatigue Related Hazards can be identified, mitigated and monitored using various sources of data.
The objective of the FRM Advanced Training is to discuss and learn details, how already implemented FRM structures can be efficiently used to mitigate risks arising by fatigued personnel. This training course covers the following elements:
- Further steps following the FRM implementation
- Hazard Identification using various methods
- Fatigue Reporting
- Scientifically based surveys
- FRM Software support
- FRM Performance Monitoring
- Performance based auditing
- Safety Service Officers
- Aviation personnel involved in management and the crew planning process
- Authorities assessing and approving operators' FRM
This course clearly focusses on participants with experience with FRM and SMS. Basic SMS-approaches are assumed to be known and deepened in this course by means of FRM-examples. Furthermore, participants should be familiar with the organization's schedule and operations. General knowledge about aviation legislation, flight duty time regulations and possible union agreements is also required.
After successfully passing a written exam the participants will receive a certificate at the last training course day.