Fatigue is a very real and under-recognized factor in human performance and safety. Business aviation operational demands require 24/7 activities, and growth in global long-haul operations has increased these demands. Today's flight crews generally operate within duty limits, which were established many years ago before a thorough understanding of fatigue and its effects on performance were well understood. Learn from operator examples and gain valuable information so you can discuss and apply fatigue-fighting measures within your own operation. This webinar is ideal for any flight department professional involved in crew scheduling aspects including the scheduler/dispatcher, flight and cabin crew members, the Safety Officer, the Chief Pilot, and the Aviation Manager or Director of Operations.

This interactive, live webinar explores these topics and relates them to real-world business aviation scenarios:

  • Human Error
  • Organizational Safety Culture Elements
  • Stress Considerations
  • Risk Management Strategies
  • Managing Fatigue
  • Crew Duty Considerations
  • Crew Duty Management
  • Implementation of Flight Crew Duty Recommendations
  • Seminar Information
    Date Presented:
    March 25, 2010 2:00 PM Eastern
    1 hour, 30 minutes
    Crew Scheduling and Fatigue Management
    Speaker Information
    Durwood Heinrich, Ph.D.   [ view bio ]
    Individual topic purchase: Selected
    NBAA Member Price:$0.00
    Non-Member Price:$0.00