March 3, 2009 | Ken Reed

Simple Answer to “Fatigued” Root Cause?


Accident investigations often cite “fatigue” as a root cause.  Seems like a simple corrective action, right?  More rest.  Unfortunately, the answer is not always so simple.  Take a look at this article in the New York Times concerning airline flight crew fatigue.  Even trying to do the right thing with your corrective actions may cause unintended consequences without a carefully thought-out review of your plan of action.

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