CAA Paper 2006/04 Part 1: Minimum Colour Vision Requirements for Flight Crew: The Use of Colour Signals and the Assessment of Colour Vision Requirements in Aviation

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Reference:CAA Paper 2006/04 Part 1
Title:Minimum Colour Vision Requirements for Flight Crew: The Use of Colour Signals and the Assessment of Colour Vision Requirements in Aviation
Description:This paper details an examination as to whether the current colour vision tests and standards for professional pilots are still appropriate for modern aviation. This is part of a study to develop a new colour vision test and establish standard norms for the chromatic sensitivity that can be used to quantify the severity of colour vision lots.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:14 August 2006
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