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Dr Camille Burban joins Clockwork Research

Clockwork Research is delighted to announce that Dr Camille Burban has joined the company as Senior Behavioural Researcher. Dr Camille Burban recently completed her PhD in Safety and Human Factors at the Safety and Air Accident Investigation Centre at Cranfield University, UK.  Her research examined the training needs for air...Read more

Seven common mistakes made when implementing FRMS…and how to avoid them

Based on our experience of helping clients to implement Fatigue Risk Management Systems, Clockwork has produced a short presentation highlighting some of the common mistakes companies make when implementing FRMS or Fatigue Management Plans. These tips, designed to help aviation operators to smoothly introduce the procedures required for FRMS, include guidance...Read more

Survey of the Use of Controlled Rest on the Flight Deck

April 5th-8th, Montreal, Canada This week the Clockwork team is attending the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Symposium on Fatigue Management Approaches in Montreal. The Symposium is expected to attract over 400 representatives from airlines, regulatory authorities and others involved in the aviation industry from around the world. With the support of...Read more

New crew fatigue rules come into effect

New fatigue rules come into effect across Europe 18th February, 2016 Today's the day...after two years of preparation, the European Commercial Air Transport (CAT) industry finally moves over to a fully harmonised set of rules designed to improve the way CAT operators manage crew fatigue. Under the new regulations all CAT operators are required...Read more

Managing fatigue at Akyem, Ghana

The Clockwork Research fatigue auditing team has completed a 2-week project in Ghana, where they conducted a fatigue risk site assessment at the Akyem gold mining operation. Dr Paul Jackson and Anna Hemp were invited to undertake the assessment by the Newmont Mining Company. The assessment, which took place at...Read more

We’ve moved…

7th September 2015 Due to continuing demand for our services and an ever-growing team, Clockwork Research has finally outgrown its office in Paddington, our home for the last 5 years. So from today we are now based in shiny new offices at 201 Borough High Street, London SE1 1JA. This move, in our tenth...Read more

Dr Sarah Flaherty joins Clockwork Research as Operations Manager

We are delighted to announce that Dr Sarah Flaherty has joined the Clockwork team in the role of Operations Manager. Dr Flaherty has over 25 years’ experience in aviation, working across all sectors of the industry as a human performance specialist. She brings with her a broad experience of working...Read more

Managing fatigue in Nevada

The Clockwork Research fatigue auditing team has completed a 2-week project in Nevada USA, where they conducted a fatigue risk site assessment at the Carlin gold mining operation in Elko county. Dr Paul Jackson and Dr Katharina Lederle were invited to undertake the assessment by Newmont North America Region, part...Read more

Sleep and Sleepiness of Pilots Operating Long-Range Airplane Emergency Medical Missions

September 2014, A report of work conducted by Clockwork for Rega, the Swiss Air Ambulance Service, has been published in Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine Abstract: Airplane emergency medical services (AEMS) operators use fixed-wing airplanes to undertake rapid response, round-the-clock medical transport missions. This paper explores the structure of long-range,...Read more

NTSB urges better fatigue briefings before flights

In August 2013 a United Parcel Service (UPS) Airbus A300-600 cargo jet crashed into a hill less than a mile from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth (Alabama) airport, after an unstable approach, resulting in the deaths of two crew members. The NTSB investigation report cites fatigue as a contributing factor to the mistakes which...Read more