ZERT Wilson CQB User
- May 6, 2005
- Total Time
Have you even SEEN it yet? My understanding is the card is a tool to help you recognize signs of fatigue. If anything, the card will probably lead to even MORE fatigue calls. Calls which are fully protected by the way.and with the required report
and now a card that will tell you "WHEN NOT IF" you can fatigue ???
please spare us
Have you even SEEN it yet? My understanding is the card is a tool to help you recognize signs of fatigue. If anything, the card will probably lead to even MORE fatigue calls. Calls which are fully protected by the way.
Oh gee, that's right, I have to take a whole 90 seconds to fill out a BB form. Maybe I'll fly the extra leg after all. Spare ME.
DudeNeed help with your resignation letter?
"What time did you go to bed the night before?"
"When did you get up?"
"How was the sleep?"
"Any factors that affected the sleep?"
Wow... that's such a burden to fill out.
You're making a mountain out of a molehill on the fatigue report. It's definitely important and has been treated as such.Dude
Learn how to be a champion:
We need to negotiate for whats right. We can't lose on this fatigue deal. It is that important.
I like your thinking here.No group should EVER have to negotiate a 'call-in-fatigue' provision. That provision is already covered in the 'fit-to-fly' provision in the regulations.
The correct stance, IMHO, is to negotiate a 'minimum-adequate-rest' provision. Then the fatigue issue becomes MUCH less relevant.