Fatigue Management Services

Journey Management Plan

Journey Management Plan

Fatigue is a factor in 20-30% of all road deaths, which is comparable to deaths related to speeding and alcohol. Any workforce that works extended or night shifts and has personnel travelling greater than 20 minutes one-way to or from work are at increased risk of a fatigue incident. Journey Management Plans (JMP) are one method of mitigating this risk, which will see some worksite require the completion and submission of JMP s as part of their broader Fatigue Management Plan (FMP).

This course covers;

  • The symptoms of fatigue
  • Applying good journey management principles
  • The risks of driving under the influence of fatigue
  • Expectation of when individuals should take action
  • Developing individual Journey Management Plans

Fatigue Awareness Training

Fatigue Management Training

Fatigue Awareness Training begins with a general introduction to fatigue; its symptoms, prevalence and consequences; and the factors that contribute to fatigue. Workplace factors discussed are;

  • Legislative requirements for managing fatigue
  • Managing risk factors during shift work
  • Encouraging employees to respond proactively to early signs of fatigue
  • Creating a culture that develops a support environment

The second half informs employees about the individual risk factors of fatigue and how to help prevent fatigue. The impact of each of the following areas will be discussed, as well as, methods to manage each of these risk areas;

  • Sleep
  • Mental health
  • Nutrition
  • Physical activity
  • Smoking, drugs and alcohol
  • Situational factors

Fatigue Procedure Training

Fatigue Procedure Training

This workshop incorporates workplace specific Fatigue Management Plan (Procedure) to ensure there is a clear, systematic and consistent response to help the workplace make informed decisions about reducing or eliminating fatigue risks.

The workshop will help the workforce ask the right questions, at the right time and take appropriate actions.

This course covers;

  • Applying Mandatory Hour of Work Requirements
  • What do I need to do when I experience Fatigue Symptoms?
  • Fatigue Risk Assessment (Check)
  • Applying Fatigue Risk Assessments (Checks) to Scenarios

Fatigue Management Consultancy

Fatigue Management Consultancy

Benchmark your organisation and developing a customised plan to more effectively manage fatigue. Understand your business key fatigue risks, the incidents of fatigue, the effectiveness of current policies and procedures to ensure overall compliance with the legislative requirements. 

Consultancy includes;

  • Risk Assessment development & application
  • Policy and procedure review and design
  • Union management
  • Fatigue risk management system development
  • Workforce consultation
  • Roster review

Fatigue Charter

Fatigue Charter

A Fatigue Management Charter is an agreement between people working within a workplace on how to manage fatigue, if and when it occurs. The Charter forms part of the broader Fatigue Management System and includes a vision, commitments, and actions designed to meet those commitments.

There are many benefits to creating and endorsing a Fatigue Charter, including improving the health, safety and well-being of your workplace. The Charter will help.

This course covers;

  • The development and application of Fatigue Management Charter.
  • Sets expectations of all people working within a workplace regarding how they are to respond if they or a colleague is experiencing the effects of fatigue

Fatigue Leadership Training

Fatigue Leadership Training

Fatigue Leadership is essential knowledge if you are in a leadership role and responsible for the health, safety and wellbeing of others. Getting people to use fatigue management strategies effectively is one of the most challenging issues for a leader. 

This course covers;

  • Engaging people in fatigue prevention and management
  • Monitoring the implementation of fatigue management strategies
  • Applying rostering schedules inline with current policy and procedure
  • Recognising breaches of fatigue management policies, procedures and regulations
  • Developing and assessing staff competence in fatigue management
  • Providing feedback to staff on shortcomings in fatigue management skills and knowledge
  • Reporting on the implementation of fatigue management procedure

Wakey App

Wakey App

Wakey App records the symptoms, causes and strategies used to control fatigue by the workforce. In time a sequence of activities and actions are identified, which will create a preferred path or pattern to manage fatigue…a solution!

Designed to ensure you follow a clear and demonstrable system, whilst concurrently collecting data to ensure you are monitoring and can demonstrate compliance with the legislative requirements of ensuring the health and safety of workers while they are at work.

App includes;

  • Monitoring and compliance
  • Legal duty of care
  • Education and engagement
  • Real time fatigue statistics

Fatigue Survey

Fatigue Survey

In order to help better manage fatigue risks, and to reduce the amount of times fatigue is experienced, we need to have a good understanding of the working conditions that employees experience on a regular basis. This survey asks for information on a wide variety of areas relating to the workplace that are known to contribute to fatigue.

The survey focuses on;

  • Demographics
  • Working hours
  • Task Demands
  • Fatigue Procedures
  • Fatigue Training
  • Fatigue Events
  • Culture & Morale
  • Lifestyle Factors
  • Evaluation
  • General Comments

Fatigue Risk Management System

Fatigue First Aid Fatigue Risk Management System