Blackmac Posted March 10, 2004 Report Share Posted March 10, 2004 For all concerned the Notice of Proposed Amendment with regards to Fatigue Risk Management will not be in force until at least Dec 04, if then. Much has to be done to cover all aspects and different work area's of the amendment and who does it actually effect, i.e. airline ops, helicopter ops, o/h shops etc. The policy paper on Safety Management Sytem was discussed at length and will be worked on in accordance TC's mandate and re-dicussed at a later date before implimentation. For the info of the helicopter industry, very few people from the industry were there and the spoke person was of course HAC, who in my opinion spent more time on nitpicking words than actually supplying any constructive observations. I do think that the policies being discussed effect the operators more than they effect the CEO or whatever of HAC. Is it possible that the operators need a wake-up call. IMHO Don McDougall Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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