THE FRMS FORUM
The FRMS Forum is a mutual help, not-for-profit club that was founded in 2008 by the directors of FRMSc Limited and voluntarily managed by a small expert committee to promote the management of occupational alertness.
Mainly, but not exclusively focused on the aviation industry, the organisation is attracting members from other industry groups who value the progress made in the aviation industry to combat occupational fatigue and wish an inexpensive way to acquire that experience.
Annual membership of the Forum costs £250 for any organisation to join, irrespective of size, for the first 12 month. Renewal fees are set by the members attending the annual general meeting held immediately after each conference. Currently, renewal fees are set at £100 per annum. These fees cover all employees in any member organisation; be that an organisation with a single employee or over 100,000 employees.
A library of conference presentations and other related documents is held on the website that all members are free to download for their own use.
The Forum hosts one inexpensive conference each year providing a platform for those with knowledge and experience to share it with others thereby improving the uniformity of FRMS implementation and development of the standards, processes and tools. The conference fees are waived for all member organisations that are unrestricted in the number of delegates that attend. The costs of the event are covered by sponsorship and membership fees.
For more information on FRMS as related to the aviation industry, look in the members’ library on the FRMS Forum website.