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AMC1 ORO.FTL.240 Nutrition

MEAL OPPORTUNITY
(a) The operations manual should specify the minimum duration of the meal opportunity, when a meal opportunity is provided, in particular when the FDP encompasses the regular meal windows (e.g. if the FDP starts at 11:00 hours and ends at 22:00 hours meal opportunities for two meals should be given).
(b) It should define the time frames in which a regular meal should be consumed in order not to alter the human needs for nutrition without affecting the crew member’s body rhythms.

ORO.FTL.245 Records of Home Base, Flight Times, Duty and Rest Periods

(a) An operator shall maintain, for a period of 24 months:
(1) individual records for each crew member including:
(i) flight times;
(ii) start, duration and end of each duty period and FDP;
(iii) rest periods and days free of all duties; and
(iv) assigned home base;
(2) reports on extended flight duty periods and reduced rest periods.
(b) Upon request, the operator shall provide copies of individual records of flight times, duty periods and rest periods to:
(1) the crew member concerned; and
(2) to another operator, in relation to a crew member who is or becomes a crew member of the operator concerned.
(c) Records referred to in point CAT.GEN.MPA.100(b)(5) in relation to crew members who undertake duties for more than one operator shall be kept for a period of 24 months.

ORO.FTL.250 Fatigue Management Training

(a) The operator shall provide initial and recurrent fatigue management training to crew members, personnel responsible for preparation and maintenance of crew rosters and management personnel concerned.
(b) This training shall follow a training programme established by the operator and described in the operations manual. The training syllabus shall cover the possible causes and effects of fatigue and fatigue countermeasure.

AMC1 ORO.FTL.250 Fatigue Management Training

TRAINING SYLLABUS FATIGUE MANAGEMENT TRAINING
The training syllabus should contain the following:
(a) applicable regulatory requirements for flight, duty and rest;
(b) the basics of fatigue including sleep fundamentals and the effects of disturbing the circadian rhythms;
(c) the causes of fatigue, including medical conditions that may lead to fatigue;
(d) the effect of fatigue on performance;
(e) fatigue countermeasures;
(f) the influence of lifestyle, including nutrition, exercise, and family life, on fatigue;
(g) familiarity with sleep disorders and their possible treatments;
(h) where applicable, the effects of long range operations and heavy short range schedules on individuals;
(i) the effect of operating through and within multiple time zones; and
(j) the crew member responsibility for ensuring adequate rest and fitness for flight duty.

AMC1 ORO.FTL.250 Fatigue Management Training

TRAINING SYLLABUS FATIGUE MANAGEMENT TRAINING
The training syllabus should contain the following:
(a) applicable regulatory requirements for flight, duty and rest;
(b) the basics of fatigue including sleep fundamentals and the effects of disturbing the circadian rhythms;
(c) the causes of fatigue, including medical conditions that may lead to fatigue;
(d) the effect of fatigue on performance;
(e) fatigue countermeasures;
(f) the influence of lifestyle, including nutrition, exercise, and family life, on fatigue;
(g) familiarity with sleep disorders and their possible treatments;
(h) where applicable, the effects of long range operations and heavy short range schedules on individuals;
(i) the effect of operating through and within multiple time zones; and
(j) the crew member responsibility for ensuring adequate rest and fitness for flight duty.

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