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FAA FRM Efforts Recognized as Best Practice at ICAO Symposium

FAA FRM Efforts Recognized as Best Practice at ICAO Symposium
Wednesday, August 31, 2011

At the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Fatigue Risk Management Symposium in Montreal, Canada, National Transportation Safety Board Member Mark Rosekind recognized the FAA for efforts to reduce fatigue risk in its air traffic control operations.  DB&A has been providing management consulting support to this effort since October of 2009.  "We are pleased that our efforts have yielded solid progress in this area for our FAA client, and that our collaborative work can be held up in an international forum as a best practice.  It is a real confirmation that our systems approach to dealing with client challenges yields real results." - Maria Buczek, DB&A CEO.


Picture at right - Taken at ICAO, Montreal Canada, 31 August 2011
FAA Fatigue Risk Management Program Manager - Rick Huss (L)
DB&A President - Dave Buczek (R)