NTSB recommends duty-time regulations for maintenance workers

01/29/2013 | AviationWeek.com

The National Transportation Safety Board recommended more duty-time regulations for maintenance workers. The recommendation stems from a case where maintenance workers who had worked more than 12 hours were called in to cover another shift. "If the work shifts of the maintenance personnel had been consistent, a major source of their fatigue could have been mitigated," the NTSB says.

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