Essays M7, M9 & M10

M9 essays

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See also M9 Human Factors

With regard to circadian rhythms expand on the following
what does circadian mean?
what is a circadian rhythm?
how is the body affected after a long flight over several time zones?
ref. above-how can the effects be minimized?
what is meant by post lunch low?
with respect to circadian rhythms what is meant by acrophase?

See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circadian_rhythm and CAP 715
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Re: M9 essays

Postby easaman » 25 Dec 2011 18:05

Fatigue Risk Management Systems
From JAA Training Organisation for a training course,
but holds plenty of information for upcoming essays!
Background info:
From 1st January 2009 ICAO will require all Air Operator Certificate (AOC) operations to implement a Safety Management System (SMS) with management accountability for operational risk. Fatigue is one of the key risks that need to be addressed within an SMS.

What is fatigue risk? Examining the causes, consequences and costs of fatigue
- The role of fatigue in serious aviation incidents
- The effects of fatigue on performance, health and safety
- How much is fatigue costing your operation?
- Understanding the individual, organisational and environmental causes of fatigue
The evolution of Fatigue Risk Management Systems (FRMS)
- Learning from the past
- Working together: regulators, operators and crew
- Meeting legal requirements
Components of an FRMS
Getting Started
- Creating a company culture that supports FRMS
- Developing an organisational policy for fatigue riskmanagement
- Promoting the issue so it is managed equally to other risks
Identifying and measuring fatigue risk
- Measuring the fatigue associated with rosters
- Predictive Fatigue Models: pros and cons
- Surveys and research studies
- Designing a fatigue reporting system for crew
Managing fatigue risk
- The need for a ‘just’ culture
- How to represent fatigue as a risk
- Applying risk management principles to fatigue
- The controls and countermeasures for fatigue that are available in aviation
Training requirements
- Delivering effective FRMS training for management, rostering staff, safety staff and crew
- How to assess competency

The course will draw on case studies of fatigue-related incidents as well as examples of FRMS best practice from around the world, including some from Europe-based airlines.
Learning objectives

This course is designed to provide delegates with:

* A thorough understanding of Fatigue Risk Management Systems, their benefits and the components that make up an FRMS;
* The tools to identify and measure fatigue risk;
* The ability to develop policies and procedures that will enable the organisation to better manage fatigue risk;
* The ability to begin to develop an FRMS for their own organisation.
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Essay Module 9 Coping with burnout

Postby easaman » 25 Dec 2011 18:23

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Re: M9 essays Pressure on line maint. manager

Postby easaman » 12 Jul 2014 19:59

WHAT ARE THE PRESSURES A LINE MANAGER IS SUBJECTED TO WHEN CO-ORDINATING A TEAM OF LINE ENGINEERS ON A BUSY RAMP.
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