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EgyptAir Training Centre adds nutrition and fatigue to its CRM course

Posted 20 May 2013 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Centre has recently added a new advanced dimensions in the Crew Resources management “CRM” training design for the flight crew.

The CRM update, which constitutes a major part in risk management system required by ICAO, includes the topics of nutrition and fatigue covering the  causes , symptoms and the tolerance factor. 

Such enhancement of the training seems very valuable to the trainees and resulted in improving the safety awareness and culture of the active crew during flight. 

The CRM training was developed to enhance the work environment and  minimize the effects of fatigue which is considered as  one of the factors that adversely  affects  the safety of the flight where statistics show  that 73% of the accident causes are  related to human factors.

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