The Mental Capacity Act – A decade on, what’s wrong and what’s right? An open Conference on 30th March 2017 at Norwich, Norfolk. UK – 5.2.17

DATE AND TIME Thu 30 March 2017 09:30 – 18:00 BST LOCATION Mercure Hotel 121-131 Boundary Road Norwich NR3 2BA DESCRIPTION On 13th March 2014, the House of Lords Select Committee on the Mental Capacity Act 2005 published the report of its ten‐month investigation. The Government responded: “We agree with the Committee’s overall finding: that…

Knowledge & possible procedure, at (V.a.) Poisoning by contaminated cabin air in aircraft – “Fume Events” – 4.2.17

Google Translation: Poisoning by nerve pains – not only those caused by contaminated cabin air in passenger aircraft – but also these, do not correspond to a nonspecific, unspecified disease / symptom complex, as by circumscribed terms such as eg. “Aerotoxic syndrome” is so often presented. On the contrary, if it is objective and often…

Poison from the turbines – Gottinger Tageblatt – 4.2.17

Google translation: Nearly 8400 people have signed a petition calling on the university clinic to receive the so-called “Fume Event” session at the Institute for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine. There, victims of heavy traffic in aircraft are treated. University of Göttingen. The symptoms of the so-called aerotoxic syndrome: Patients feel drowsy and have flu-like…

The Airlines’ Toxic Secret, Crew Members Are Dying to Tell You by Angel Brain – 12.1.17

The Aviation industry’s dark and deadly secret has been concealed from their passengers and crew members for over six decades. But that isn’t stopping one former crew member from speaking out! The Airlines Toxic Secret, Crew Members Are Dying to Tell You On Valentine’s Day 1993, I embarked on a flight from London Heathrow to Bahrain to become…

Accident: Germanwings A319 at Hamburg on Jan 29th 2017, unidentified odour on board – OIL EVENT – 29.1.17

A Germanwings Airbus A319-100, registration D-AGWY performing flight 4U-7218 from Hamburg (Germany) to Stockholm (Sweden) with 141 passengers, was climbing out of Hamburg when the crew stopped the climb at FL150 due to an unidentified odour on board causing respiratory problems and nausea to a number of passengers. The aircraft returned to Hamburg for a…

Passengers complain about nausea – plane flies back – Hamburger Abendblatt – 29.1.17

Click here for the full article in German. Google Translation: Kurz after the start in Hamburg had to reverse the machine again. Rescue workers provide six people. Hamburg. Because some passengers suddenly felt unpleasant odors and complained about atembeschwerden and nausea, an aircraft with 141 passengers had to fly back on board shortly after the…

The Airliner Cabin Environment and the Health of Passengers and Crew (2002) – The National Acadamies Press – Republished 29.1.17

Introduction The current volume, speed, and reach of air travel are unprecedented; technology has made it easy and readily available (Wilson 1995; WHO 1998). Over the last 20 years, the world’s population is estimated to have grown at about 2% per year, but the traveling population has grown at 6% per year (Weiss 2001). From…

Poisoned in the plane – Frankfurter Rundschau – 26.1.17

Click here to read the full article. English translation below Flugbegleiterin Kerstin K. beschreibt den Geruch als süßlich-scharf. Sie wollte es genauer wissen – und hielt ihre Nase an die Frischluftdüse. Schlagartig bekam sie Kopfschmerzen, Herzrasen, es kribbelte in Armen und Beinen. Sofort nach der Landung kamen sie und zwei Kollegen ins Krankenhaus. Alle hatten…

Nerve Toxins in the cabin? BKK 24 – 26.1.17

Google translation: Already far before the start of the travel season the ARD magazine Plusminus reported mysterious illnesses among flight travelers and cabin crew. Could possibly be traces of a nerve poison in the cabin air. According to the report of the TV channel, the air for passenger aircraft is diverted directly by the compressors…

‘Fume event’ hospitalises American Airlines crew in latest incident concerning cabin air – Virdis Navitas – 5.1.17

‘Fume event’ hospitalises American Airlines crew in latest incident concerning cabin air even flight attendants were taken to hospital complaining of headaches caused by “odours in the cabin” on an American Airlines aircraft. The crew on flight 1896, which landed safely in Orlando on Monday night, were said to have been involved in what are…