Journey Management Planning
Vehicle collisions account for 35% of all work-related fatalities, the single biggest cause of death among Australian workers . Drivers in remote/regional areas are 5.8 times more likely to have a fatal crash than drivers in city areas . Many hazards exist when undertaking a journey which increase the risk of an accident, particularly when they are combined with extended work hours or shift work.
The electronic Journey Management Plan (eJMP) is a documented process for planning and undertaking road transport journeys with the ultimate goal of arriving safely. The eJMP enables the user to systematically identify fatigue-related hazards and select controls to manage the risk of a fatigue-related incident.