In order to be able to oversee and assess the FRMS submissions and applications presented by operators, regulators need to be equipped with the necessary understanding of Fatigue Risk Management Systems.
As well as supporting organisations around the world with their training needs, Clockwork Research also offers a comprehensive range of training products to meet the varying levels of knowledge and experience of national regulatory authorities.
In order to oversee and assess FRMS and scientific safety case applications, regulators need to be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills.
Our courses are designed to assist regulatory authorities that are looking to introduce FRMS regulations, to enable inspectors to understand FRMS applications submitted by operators, as well as the data that accompanies these submissions, and to be able to distinguish acceptable and not acceptable practice.
Regulators will gain an understanding of all of the elements of an FRMS, including examples of the the data collection tools used by operators, such as biomathematical models, surveys and reporting systems.
Typical course topics include:
- Introduction to Fatigue Risk Management
- The science of sleep, fatigue and alertness management
- Operational practices, roster features and their contribution to fatigue
- Implementing a FRMS
- Identification of hazards
- Safety assurance and promotion processes
- Use of the ICAO FRMS evaluation tool
- Safety cases.