Sarah Booth

Sarah Booth is our Senior Manager of Fatigue Risk Management. A specialist in human performance in the aviation and aerospace environments, Sarah has worked with operators to develop and implement Fatigue Risk Management Systems (FRMS) across multiple regulatory environments, and provides scientific support to Regulators assessing FRM submissions and scientific safety cases.

Sarah specialises in the integration of key data streams into the FRMS. A highly experienced user of bio-mathematical fatigue models, Sarah develops key metrics for the analysis of roster-related-fatigue levels and roster-related fatigue contributors. Sarah also works closely with operators to implement effective, data-rich fatigue reporting systems, and to identify barriers to reporting.

In the last two years, Sarah has undertaken scientific safety cases, fatigue management diagnostics and implemented Fatigue Risk Management in some of the world's largest airlines, as well as in the rail and maritime industries and for search and rescue helicopter operations.

Sarah obtained an honours degree in Physiological Sciences from the University of Oxford, focusing on cardiovascular physiology and immunology and a Master’s degree in Space Physiology and Health at King’s College London. Sarah is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors and is currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Sleep Medicine at the University of Oxford.