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Fatigue Risk Management (FRM)

Fatigue Risk Management (FRM)


Duration: 01:00 hour

Exam: 20 Questions

Available: 90 days


    After completion of the Fatigue Risk Management (FRM)course, the successful ap­plicant should be thoroughly familiar with the basic scientific principles and operational approaches related to fatigue management.



    • The scientific principles that underpin fatigue management

    • Individual responsibilities 

    • Responsibilities of service providers and operators

    • Causes and consequences of fatigue in the operation

    • Identification of fatigue in oneselve and others

    • Reporting of fatigue

    • Personal strategies to improve sleep at home and to minimize own fatigue risk and that of others, while they are on duty

    • Sleep disorders and their treatment

    • Requirements relating to fitness for duty

    • Requirements relating to food and nutrition


    • All Personnel
    • Flight Crew 
    • Cabin Crew
    • Dispatch
    • Continuing Airworthiness
    • Maintenance
    • Management
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