Department of Applied Aviation Sciences
Fatigue is one major contributing factor that reduces the human ability and leads to accidents, and threatens the safety of aircraft and human lives.
Though fatigue is seen in all the disciplines associated with the aviation industry, this paper will discuss only pilot fatigue. Based on the literature examined, this study first examines the significance of the problem.
Investigation of the inflight, pre/post flight countermeasures (both pharmacological and non - pharmacological methods) practiced at present, discusses the Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) – in this first, it defines the FRMS, briefly discusses its history, describes the organizational structure of FRMS .
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Olaganathan, R., Holt, T. B., & Luedtke, J. (2017). Modelling Fatigue for Management Decision Making: A Case Study. , (). Retrieved from http://commons.erau.edu/publication/456