The system makes it possible and easy for the air crew and the crew administration to monitor a crewmember approaching a limit at any time during the last 365 days or if a female crew member has been declared pregnancy.
GlobaLog® is the world’s most advanced and accurate tool for managing the risk of overexposure to cosmic radiation while airborne. Medical research has documented a significant correlation between overexposure to cosmic radiation and certain types of cancer.
This is why Global Aviation Data handles the administrative and reporting procedures necessary to comply with existing and future national and international legislation and regulation concerning cosmic radiation.
Cosmic radiation can cause damage to the genetic material of an unborn child. That is why medical experts recommend that women receive only a minimal dose of cosmic radiation during pregnancy. GlobaLog® has special customized procedures for early warnings to pregnant crew members or frequent flyers caring for the health and development of an unborn child.
Flight and Air crew members:
The dose of radiation at the cruising altitude of jetliners is between 200 and 400 times greater than at sea level. Radiation doses received by flight and air crew are often greater than those received by radiation workers in the heavily regulated nuclear industry. Medical research has documented a significant correlation between overexposure to cosmic radiation and certain types of cancer – including Leukemia, breast and skin cancer.