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The effects of light exposure on flight crew alertness levels to enhance fatigue risk management predication models

@inproceedings{Brown2014TheEO,
  title={The effects of light exposure on flight crew alertness levels to enhance fatigue risk management predication models},
  author={L. J. Brown and A. Schoutens and G. Whitehurst and Troy J. Booker and T. Davis and Spencer Losinski and Ryan Diehl},
  year={2014}
}
Fatigue Prediction models are used as scheduling tools to manage risks associated with fatigue. They allow for proactive identification of possible hazards and the use of risk management tools to mitigate risks aspects of a Safety Management System (SMS). These tools provide ways for airlines to predetermine which flights and schedules may have more risk and allow operators to intervene and proactively reduce risk when possible. This process allows the operator to identify inherent risk built… Expand

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