According to the the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) aircrew are considered to be occupationally exposed to cosmic radiation.
Members of the European Union are required to assess aircrew exposure when it is anticipated to be more than 1 mSv/year and modify work schedules to prevent anyone from exceeding 6 mSv/year. Many not regulated airlines are now being proactive to support occupational health and safety concerns.
In 2022, PCAire processed over 810,000 flights and monitored more than 31,000 aircrew members worldwide. Our solution can be customized for the largest of airlines to the smallest of private fleet operators.
PCAire has several interfaces with different flight planning solutions, if we don’t have one that suits your needs, we will help create one. We thrive on providing exceptional customer service and go the extra mile to ensure total client satisfaction.
If you are looking for a crew radiation monitoring solution or want more information about cosmic radiation please feel free to contact us.