Hosted by the Association Luxembourgeoise des Pilotes de Ligne (ALPL), IFALPA is presenting our new Fatigue Management Course in Luxembourg, Luxembourg on 7 and 8 December 2022.
The IFALPA Fatigue Management (FM) Course is intended for all parties involved in the management of fatigue in air operations. The course is not intended to replicate or replace basic FM training for line pilots, which is usually provided by the operator.
Participation in the course is suited to:
- Pilot members of an IFALPA Member Association (MA) intending to be a “fatigue-management-champion” with their MA.
- Pilot representatives participating in their operator’s Fatigue Safety Action Group (FSAG) or fatigue committee.
- Other FSAG participants, such as: Safety Managers, Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) Managers, and Regulators involved in the oversight of FM.
Course Facilitators will lead course participants through the established fatigue science and standards to progressively build up their knowledge of the available resources so they are able to put these into practice in real-world situations.
Two days of instruction and discussions in FM culminate in simulated FSAG practical exercises. This is an intensive course and attendees should expect a full interactive schedule and course prereading requirements.
The cost of the Course is $500.00 CAD including coffee breaks and lunches.
IFALPA Fatigue Management Course participants will become familiar with the theory of fatigue management and fatigue risk management as it applies to aviation.
The course places emphasis on the practical application of the concepts will develop participants to become fatigue champions for their associations or organizations.
- ICAO Fatigue Management SARPs and their Intent
- Background of Fatigue
- Fatigue Countermeasures
- Measuring Fatigue
- Safety Reporting Requirements
- Managing Fatigue
- Hazard Identification and Safety Performance Indicators
- Biomathematical Modelling (BMM)
- Components of an FRMS
- The Fatigue Safety Action Group (FSAG)
- Review exercises
- Common mistakes to Avoid when implementing Fatigue Management
About the Instructors
Dr. Antti Tuori
Dr. Antti Tuori is a commercial airline pilot, a medical doctor with a subspeciality in aviation medicine, and EASA Aeromedical Examiner. Working actively in Finnair as captain of airbus 320 and 330 and as EASA Aeromedical Examiner. A vice chair of IFALPA (International Federation of Airline Pilots Associations) Human Factors committee being in charge of medical issues. Member of Training, Licensing & Operations group in European Cockpit Association. Has been involved in different ICAO and EASA aeromedical activities. A crew representative for Occupational Safety and Fatigue Action group and coordinator of the Peer Support Group in Finnair.
Mr. Lachlan Gray is a commercial airline pilot and fatigue management and aviation safety expert based in Australia with experience mostly flying Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft. He is a Co-Chair of the IFALPA Fatigue Management Working Group (FMWG). Has experience in safety advocacy to Government on a range of aviation standards and reform matters and has tertiary qualifications in aviation management and human factors. Is currently working for the Australian Federation of Air Pilots in a safety advocacy and representative role that includes a focus on a wide array of matters in addition to fatigue management, including those associated with airspace and aerodromes.
Fees & Cancellations
The course fee is $500 CAD per person including lunch and coffee breaks.
The cost of personal travel, accommodations, and additional meals are not included and are the responsibility of individual attendees.
Venue and Accommodation
Novotel Luxembourg Kirchberg
Course location: Ermesinde meeting room
6 Rue du Fort Niedergrünewald
Luxembourg 2226, LUXEMBOURG
A discount room rate is available for participants from 6 to 8 December for bookings made by 8 November 2022.
- Single Occupancy: €195
- Double Occupancy: €215
Information for booking is provided in the registration confirmation email.
Association Luxembourgeoise des Pilotes de Ligne (ALPL)
Registration deadline: 1 December 2022