limitations,

  • Kompetente psychologische Beratung für Linienpiloten

     In Dec. 2016 EASA published Opinion 14-2016, Opinion 9-2016 was published last August. Both documents shall help to prevent tragedies like the Germanwings Crash in March 2015.

    I was invited as an expert for clinical and avialtion psychology and pilot to take part in the EASA Germanwings Task Force. This way I had the opportunity to help develop useful measures for prevention and mitigation of risks. I could also see, what EASA finally decided – due to lack of qualified clinical aviation psychologists like me and very few European colleagues. The Europ. Commission is expected certify these papers in the 3rd quarter of 2017. That will bring new challenges to CAT-operators, aeromedical examiners, Aviation Psychologists and FOCA.

    In all these regards I can support you as follows:

    1. Implementation of Pilot's Peer Support Systems / Access for all Pilots

    2. Psychological Assessment during the Selection Process / AMC

    3. „Full Mental Fitness Evaluation“ for initial and recurrent Medical Class 1

    You can read more about these issues in my article for the journal SkyNews (German), which will appear in the February edition 2017, on my homepage www.venus-aviation.ch and in the EASA Opinions 9 und 14-2016.

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  • Vortrag: Germanwings-Absturz und seine Konsequenzen: neues EASA-Regelwerk ab 2017

    ICASM 2017 in Romeand DGLRM Congress 2017 in Cologne:

    Human Performance and Limitations in Pilot Training – No Link between Classroom and Cockpit?

     

    Presentations about the Germanwings-Crash and its Consequences

    14./15.02.2017 München, EBASCON Safety Konferenz

    23.09.2016  Flugplatz LSZK (Fehraltorf)

    16.09.2016 bei QCM in Bern und

     

    Germanwings-Absturz und seine Konsequenzen: neues EASA-Regelwerk ab 2017

    Nach diesem “controlled flight into terrain”, perfekt durchgeführt von einem psychisch schwer kranken First Officer allein im Cockpit, forderte die EU-Kommissarin für Transport die EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) auf, Massnahmen zu entwickeln, damit so etwas nie wieder passiert.

     

    Weitere Vorträge:

    Swiss Association of Aeronautical Scienceswww.svfw.ch:

    Presentation: Menschliche Leistungsfähigkeit und ihre Grenzen im Piloten Training, ETH Zürich

     

    European Aviation Psychologists Association EAAP-Conference

    2014: Presentation: Human Performance and Limitations in Pilot Training – validating theoretical knowledge in skill training

    2012: Presentation: Mandatory Syllabus in Basic Pilot Training

    2010: Tutorial with Capt. John Marques Mira (Air Mauritius): CRM – Where do we go from here?