NBAA San Jose Regional Forum
NBAA Regional Forums bring current and prospective business aircraft owners, operators, manufacturers, customers and other industry personnel together for a one-day event at some of the best airports and FBOs in the nation. Regional Forums incorporate exhibits, displays of aircraft and education sessions into one-day events located across the country to help introduce business aviation to local officials and prospective owners and operators, and to address any current issues in the regions.
If your attending the event in San Jose, stop by booth #515 to see how Fatigue Meter can help your safety management team identify fatigue risk in operations so that youc can make the necessary adjustments to reduce risk, improve safety, and optimize performance.
Be sure to tune into the session, "A Quantitative Objective Framework for Fatigue Risk Management" where Daniel Mollicone will present approaches to reliably manage fatigue risk. Case studies will be presented demonstrating fatigue risk management implemented in different operation types.
A Quantitative Objective Framework for Fatigue Risk Management
Moderator: Dr. Daniel Mollicone, Pulsar Informatics Inc.
Beginning at 1:00 PM PT
Fatigue is an operational hazard that has the potential to impact every part of a flight operation including maintenance, dispatch, flight attendants and pilots. The NTSB estimates that fatigue is a causal or contributing factor in 1 in 5 aviation accidents. Scientific studies have demonstrated that we tend to underestimate the degree of our own fatigue-related deficits. In order to monitor for and mitigate fatigue hazards, a systematic approach is needed based on a pre-defined, objective, quantitative framework. The presentation will present approaches to reliably manage fatigue risk. Case studies will be presented demonstrating fatigue risk management implemented in different operation types.