Accommodating cold temperature restrictions
“Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home.” That age-old proverb applies to both humans and dogs.Just as your home is your refuge and your haven, so it is for your dog. Dogs are pack animals, and you are a member of your dog’s pack.A cold environment challenges the worker in three ways: by air temperature, air movement (wind speed), and humidity (wetness).In order to work safely, these challenges have to be counterbalanced by proper insulation (layered protective clothing), by physical activity and by controlled exposure to cold (work/rest schedule).At Delta, we take the time and care to ensure every animal travels safely and comfortably.
Metabolic heat production is measured in kilo calories (kcal) per hour.
In FO 16001, Cancellation of National Weather Service (NWS) Supplementary Aviation Weather Reporting Stations (SAWRS) Program and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Assumption of Oversight for Uploading In FO 14003, "Climb Via" Phraseology for Standard Instrument Departure (SID), Modification to "Descend Via" Phraseology for Standard Terminal Arrival (STAR), and Phraseology associated with Speed Instructions In FO 11008, FAA 2010-2011 Ground Deicing Holdover Time Tables and Guidance Update NOTE: The changes to the 2010-2011 Holdover Times were uploaded February 1st, however the effective date for the changes are January 5th, 2011.
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Language Proficiency Requirements NOTE: In FO 08012 is canceled.
The Accommodation and Compliance Series is a starting point in the accommodation process and may not address every situation.
Accommodations should be made on a case by case basis, considering each employee's individual limitations and accommodation needs.