LysanderV8 wrote:Making everyone responsible for their own safety is fine. But they need also to be responsible for ensuring that they do not imperil others by their lack of conscientiousness in cleaning.
I would tend to put the cleaning/disinfecting responsibility onto the person who wants it cleaned/disinfected because of their own attitude-to-risk requirements, i.e. clean it before you fly if you want it cleaned.
That way if you need it cleaned then you KNOW it's been cleaned and cleaned to your standards. Do you trust your fellow shareholder (who you may not know very well at all) with your virus-related safety?
@Genghis the Engineer that is quite a list/process. I can't see many people going to that much trouble, but I could be wrong. The age/health profile of the average UK GA pilot is not exactly young and super-fit, so perhaps the fear of contracting it is enough to get people to do this.
Here's hoping the regulator has got better things to do that mandate something like this.
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