Due to the large amount of interest in this lecture and the popularity of the event, we're delighted to now offer RSM Members the chance to see the Ellison-Cliffe lecture via a webinar from your PC or laptop. Dr Kevin [...]
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The leading cause of death in the United States is coronary heart disease (CHD). In 2004, the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended against electrocardiogram (ECG) in asymptomatic adults. Besides, ECG is not recommended as part of periodic health examinations, [...]
This book that we recommend is about "Human Factors Lessons Learned from Aerospace Accidents and Incidents in Research, Flight Test, and Development" .It contains a collection of case studies of mishaps involving experimental aircraft, aerospace vehicles, and spacecraft in which human [...]
In 2010, about 3.3 billion people - almost half of the world's population - were at risk of malaria. Every year, this leads to about 216 million malaria cases and an estimated 655.000 deaths. People living in the poorest countries [...]
Aquí podéis ver en pdf la versión de 2012 del Mapa Mundial del Riesgo Sanitario para viajeros y expatriados de International SOS. Asigna una escala de menor a mayor riesgo por colores facilmente reconocible, atendiendo a factores tales como riesgo [...]
"Pilots With Diabetes" (PWD) is a group of former commercial and military pilots, aspiring commercial pilots and current private pilots, all with insulin-dependent diabetes. Currently only five countries worldwide allow private flying with insulin dependent diabetes (USA, UK, Canada, Australia [...]
The manual initially presents basic safety concepts, as the foundation upon which to understand the need for both an Safety System (SMS) and an Safety Programme (SSP). The manual then discusses how these safety concepts are embodied in the ICAO Standards [...]
Según informa Europa Press desde Miami , los familiares de un pasajero que viajaba en un vuelo operado por American Airlines (AA) han demandado a la aerolínea por servir una comida en mal estado que le causó la muerte y, [...]
In the coming weeks International SOS and Control Risks have organized a free-access Web Seminars on prevention management in the areas of health and safety for expatriates and travelers, which may be of interest. In the attached link you can [...]
Once again Dougal Watson, Aeromed-List editor puts us on track on this interesting report from the NTSB : "An accident involving a single-engine, turbine-powered, amphibious float-equipped de Havilland DHC-3T airplane, which impacted mountainous, tree-covered terrain about 10 nautical miles northeast of [...]