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Sleep hygiene – what is it and how to improve it?

The term ‘Sleep hygiene’ relates to sleep habits and their effect on the quality and quantity of sleep we obtain. Practising good sleep hygiene will improve an individual’s daily productivity, quality of life and is important for both physical and mental health. Our Fatigue Risk Management experts at Clockwork Research...Read more

Tips for Getting to Sleep

Sleep is crucial and plays an important role in your physical and mental health. The amount of sleep you require can vary for different individuals but the amount of sleep you achieve in 24 hours can easily be affected by various factors. For example change of routine, stress, work life,...Read more

Air Partner Acquires SafeSkys

                  About Air Partner: Founded in 1961, Air Partner is a global aviation services group that provides worldwide solutions to industry, commerce, governments and private individuals. The Group has two divisions‎: Broking division, comprising air charter broking and remarketing; and the Consulting...Read more

Clockwork Research Publishes “A Framework for Investigating Fatigue”

Paper provides a structured approach to investigating fatigue-related incidents or accidents Explains how bio-mathematical models can be used in an investigatory environment Clockwork Research, a leading fatigue risk management consultancy and part of the Consulting & Training division of Air Partner plc, today publishes its latest white paper, “A Framework...Read more

Air Partner continues to fly high with acquisition of Clockwork Research

Air Partner, the global aviation services group, has acquired Clockwork Research, a leading Fatigue Risk Management consultancy. The company was founded in 2005 by Paul Jackson PhD MSc BSc and Alexandra Holmes PhD BSc Hons and has grown to become a recognised leader in the specialist area of Fatigue Risk...Read more

Clockwork Research supports Royal Aeronautical Society Fatigue in Maintenance conference

Clockwork Research is pleased to have been asked to support an upcoming conference being organised by the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Human Factors Group: Engineering. The conference, entitled Staying Alert: Managing Fatigue in Maintenance, will take place in May 2017 at Cranfield University and feature speakers from the FAA, CAA as...Read more

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