Fatigue Management Guide for General Aviation Released
The guide is based on the work of the ICAO Fatigue Risk Management Systems Task Force and includes input from experts with experience in general aviation operations.
A new Fatigue Management Guide for General Aviation Operators of Large and Turbojet Aeroplanes is out from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the International Business Aviation Council, and the Flight Safety Foundation and is available on the foundation's website.
According to the foundation's announcement, the guide is based on the work of the ICAO Fatigue Risk Management Systems Task Force and includes input from experts with experience in general aviation operations. The guide is intended to familiarize general aviation operators with contemporary concepts of fatigue management and to provide guidance for its implementation in day-to-day operations.
The foundation is also participating in and co-sponsoring EUROCONTROL's 4th Annual Safety Forum, which is scheduled for June 7-8 in Brussels. This event concerns Active Safety Nets and is expected to bring at least 250 industry professionals to EUROCONTROL's headquarters to discuss airborne collisions, ground collisions, controlled flights into terrain, and runway excursions from the perspective of both the pilot and the controller.Attendance at the event is free of charge.