Write an ‘Executive Summary’ in:
The Richard Westgate Memorial
Open Prize Writing Competition
For over 60 years and in particular, the last 16 years professional aircrew, passengers and writers have tried to communicate the danger of human exposure by toxic oil fumes in confined spaces; however since the confined spaces are inconveniently jet airliner cabins – there is still, officially, ‘no evidence of any human ill health …
This prize writing competition involves précising a key public manuscript down to an Executive Summary which, when published by the Aerotoxic Association will be used to persuade politicians, scientists, doctors and members of the public about a hidden, taboo H&S issue and most importantly, the urgent introduction of a known technical solution – organophosphate detectors in so-called ‘modern’ jet airliners.