Aviation Fatigue Risk Management using the Human Factors PEAR Model Analysis

By | 22 Feb 2017

 

Fatigue Risk Management (FRM) requires an organised understanding of the following issues: People who do the job; the Environment in which people work; the Actions they perform; and the Resources necessary to complete the job safely and efficiently known as “PEAR” for short, it has been the basis for maintenance Human Factors (HF) training at many airlines and MROs, as well as the prevailing international instructional method to introduce HF.

Known as “PEAR” for short, it has been the basis for maintenance Human Factors (HF) training at many airlines and MROs, as well as the prevailing international instructional method to introduce HF.

Come hear from the man who co-developed the “PEAR” model – Dr Bill Johnson. He will explain the principles of HF and how to apply them to enhance aviation safety, using this model. Dr Johnson will review the challenges and solutions related to fatigue in aviation workplace. He will also describe the actions that must be shared among the individual worker, company and the regulator. Dr Johnson will also touch on the Advisory Circular he recently published on FRM in Maintenance/Engineering environments.

 

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