Featured Resource: Professionalism Pledge by Tony Kern
It has been barely six months since the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus was first identified, four months since the first U.S. cases were mentioned in the news and some 10 weeks since lockdowns were imposed to help stem the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.
Clearly, you don’t want to be in a safety‐sensitive situation when a lapse of attention occurs. For your own safety and that of your passengers and fellow crew, it is imperative that you be reliably alert throughout your duty period. But how do you go about ensuring alertness?
There are many ways for aviation pros to rediscover their passion for the industry and raise the bar of professionalism.
Slow onset hypoxia is a dangerous phenomenon that poses a high risk of fatalities. Aviation professionals must be trained to recognize the condition. Learn about it.
The aviation industry is somewhat unique in its talent requirements. Highly skilled and experienced personnel are essential to safe, effective…
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Pilots know fatigue all too well. Changing time zones, early starts, and delays have always been an inherent part of…
“Most of us have two lives. The life we live, and the unlived life within us. Between the two stands…
Chapter 11 of ISBAO centers on a Fatigue Management program. Introduced as its own chapter in 2016, the section emphasizes…
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