Fatigue Risk Management System

ICAO defines Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) as “a data-driven means of continuously monitoring and maintaining fatigue related safety risks, based upon scientific principles and knowledge as well as operational experience that aims to ensure relevant personnel are performing at adequate levels of alertness”. Crew member fatigue is now acknowledged as a hazard that predictably degrades various types of human performance and can contribute to aviation accidents and incidents. Fatigue is inevitable in 24/7 operations because the human brain and body function optimally with unrestricted sleep at night. Therefore, as fatigue cannot be eliminated, it must be managed. Fatigue management…

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Cabin Depressurization

Loss of pressurisation is a potentially serious emergency in an aircraft flying at the normal cruising altitude for most jet passenger aircraft. Loss of cabin pressure, or depressurisation, is normally classified as explosive, rapid, or gradual based on the time interval over which cabin pressure is lost. The cabins of modern passenger aircraft are pressurised in order to create an environment which is physiologically suitable for humans (Aircraft Pressurisation Systems). Maintaining a pressure difference between the outside and the inside of the aircraft places stress on the structure of the aircraft. The higher the aircraft flies, the higher the pressure…

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مقابلة رئيس الادارة العامة للطيران المدني

قابل مجلس إدارة الجمعية رئيس الإدارة العامه للطيران المدني الشيخ / سلمان الحمود الصباح بحضور م. عماد الجلوي نائب المدير العام لسلامة الطيران و النقل الجوي حيث اثمر اللقاء عن إثراء باب التعاون بين الجمعية و إدارة الطيران المدني.

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