Radio silence in aerospace – Philip Whiteley 29 February 2016 – 2nd Anniversary of AEROTOXIC DOSSIER

Since publishing my ‘whistle-blowing’ dossier on apparent serious breaches of medical ethics and health and safety legislation in airlines, I expected a barrage of commentary and criticism from people in the aviation sector. Instead, I have experienced an eerie silence. A few former pilots and one current flight attendant have gotten in touch to express…

Aerotoxic Syndrome Blog 2/6: ‘Formally Grounded by Professor Bagshaw, Aviation Medical Health Expert’ Published 19th February 2016

As non aircrew still continue to claim that there is ‘no evidence’ that human exposure to toxic oil fumes in a confined space causes ill health – it has been decided to publish a series of 6 blogs on how a BAe 146 pilot eventually discovered the cause of his severe chronic ill health. John…

Evidence, spin and the slow death of investigative journalism by Philip Whiteley – 17th February 2016

To read Philip Whiteley’s latest blog click here. Employer’s duty of care in airlines – suspected breaches Report by Philip Whiteley, Chartered Management Institute To read Philip Whiteley’s 2014 dossier on Aerotoxic click here. ………………………………………………………………………………….. To read The Guardian/Observers coverage of Aerotoxic (1999-2007): http://www.theguardian.com/uk/1999/dec/19/antonybarnett.theobserver http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2000/jun/04/antonybarnett.theobserver http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2001/apr/22/transport.world http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2005/apr/17/travelnews.observerescapesection http://www.theguardian.com/business/2006/feb/26/theairlineindustry.uknews http://www.theguardian.com/business/2006/feb/26/theairlineindustry.uknews1 http://www.theguardian.com/business/2007/sep/21/theairlineindustry To read the coverage from…

The Air I Breathe – It’s Classified:

The Acquired Illness of Crews & Passengers the Aviation Industry Does Not Want You to Know About. Aerotoxic syndrome is a phrase coined by scientists in 2000, to describe short- and long-term ill-health effects caused by breathing contaminated airliner cabin air. In instances that are becoming increasingly frequent, contaminants enter the cabin through the air-supply…