5 May 2015 - FRMS Basics
The basics of FRMS for those new to FRMS, to have a good basic understanding of the main principles for implementing FRMS.
What is this day good for and what can one expect?
- This is primarily an information day to explain the history and background of Fatigue Risk Management (FRM) and Fatigue Risk Management Systems (FRMS) as well as to give participants a practical understanding of how these systems should function.
- Guidance material will be provided that can assist anyone involved as a stakeholder in the introduction of FRM(S) into flight operations, regardless of the size or complexity of the operator.
The interest in Fatigue Risk Management (FRM) and Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) is growing as EASA Flight Time Regulations now come into effect across Europe with the express requirement to consider fatigue hazards in operations. For many stake holders it is unclear what this means in practical terms.
Participants will gain valuable insights from real examples where a collaboration between management and pilots is setting the foundation for a best-practice approach.The European regulator's perspective will also be presented.
This is also an ideal "spool-up" day for anyone wishing to attend the FRMS Forum on 6-7 May that has had limited exposure to the terms and concepts of FRMS.
Are you also attending the FRMS Forum Conference 2015 6-7 May ? Register below.
6-7 May 2015 - FRMS Forum Conference
This year's conference will be held in the Hilton Double Tree Hotel in Luxembourg in collaboration with the airlines, civil aviation authority and employee groups of Luxembourg. The event will cover developments within the regulatory environment specifically in Europe, experiences from operators and workshops covering issues that are emerging as FRMS is adopted.
The agenda for this meeting will cover
- Developments within the regulatory environment with specific focus on those from Europe
- Experiences from operators who are implementing FRMS
- Workshops to achieve a consensus on some of the issues facing regualtors, operators and employee groups that are emerging as FRMS is adopted.
The content will be developed in the following months but please reserve the dates in your diary. Book your room at the Double Tree by Hilton hotel which is open now for bookings.
On the 5th May, there will be a short training session on the basics of FRMS for those new to FRMS to have a good basic understanding of the main principles for implementing FRMS within their organisations. More about this training sesion will be posted in the coming weeks.
A cocktail party will be held on the evening of 5th May to which all delegates will be invited to attend. The networking dinner on 6th May will be held in the Double Tree by Hilton hotel. This will attract a charge to be added to your room account at the hotel. Details of this are still being worked out and will be published early March.