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COVID-19, Maintenance Matters, News
Airlines are being warned of blocked air pressure measurement systems in airplanes that return to service after pandemic groundings.
by FSF Editorial Staff
Fatigue, Aviation Medicine, Maintenance Matters
Older aviation maintenance technicians face age-related workplace health concerns.
by Linda Werfelman
Maintenance Matters, Risk Management
FAA maintenance inspectors will be trained to favor well-reasoned risk mitigations, if possible, instead of grounding aircraft fleets.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Flight tests are measuring the value of on-board sensors in detecting fatigue cracks.
Study finds need for frequent reinforcement of the principles of fatigue countermeasures.
The loose cap on an engine oil tank went unnoticed before the fatal crash of a King Air 100.
Fatigue among maintenance technicians can be mitigated by fatigue reporting, bio-mathematical models and shift-change management.
by Mario Pierobon
Reports offer ‘how to’ guide to implementing LOSA in maintenance shops and on the ramp.
Report urges awareness, education and data-gathering to combat fatigue among aviation maintenance personnel.
The FAA and the airlines are working to transfer LOSA principles from the flight deck to the maintenance shop and to the ramp.