Hypoxia Awareness Training consists of a two-hour classroom session on high altitude physiology which meets IS-BAO syllabus requirements and can be tailored to meet the specific company, operational, or crew needs. During the HAL lab session, participants will experience their personal symptoms of hypoxia while performing various cognitive and motor flight-related tasks in a flight deck environment. They will then correct by donning an airline-style mask before their decision making becomes clouded or they become incapacitated. Finally, upon exiting the HAL lab, we conduct a debrief using selected video excerpts during the training to highlight each person’s symptoms and reactions. Participants will receive a training folder and certificate of completion. All attendees must bring a valid FAA medical certificate, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd class, or ICAO equivalent for the HAL training session.
The HAL Lab provides a controlled environment in which to conduct a wide range of research and trials under the supervision of highly qualified instructors. The university can serve as a source of human subjects and has its own institutional review board available for both internal and external research.Contact Professor Glenn Harmon at 386-226-6843 or email@example.com for classes, availability and additional information.
Daytona Beach Campus
College of Aviation
Professor Harmon brings a varied aviation background to the Embry-Riddle classroom including military, airline and general aviation.
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