Fatigue Awareness Training 

Fatigue Awareness Training is a general introduction to fatigue; its symptoms, prevalence and consequences; and the factors that contribute to fatigue including:

  • Legislative requirements for managing fatigue
  • Managing risk factors during shift work
  • Encouraging employees to respond proactively to early signs of fatigue
  • Creating a culture of transparency, responsibility, support, shared action and continuous improvement
  • Personal risk factors and management strategies (i.e. sleep , mental health, nutrition, physical activity, smoking, drugs and alcohol; situational factors)

Who should attend?

Workers who are exposed to fatiguing environments 

Duration

2 . 5 hours
(including breaks and questions)

Participant numbers

Recommended : 0 - 25 max

Delivery method

Face-to-face
Virtual training

Learning objectives & content

Participants will finish the course with competency in the following areas  

  • Identify and act on signs of fatigue 
  • Implement strategies to minimise fatigue 

Fatigue Awareness Training has been mapped against TLIF 2010 to ensure a high level of training can be delivered and assessed.  

Learning resources 

Booklet packs are an optional add on to the training. The booklet packs provide learners with additional information that includes;

  1. Introductory Guide
  2. Sleep
  3. Nutrition
  4. Physical Activity
  5. Mental Health

Industries

  • Mining
  • Rail
  • Utilities
  • Transport and logistics
  • Emergency services
  • Construction
  • ...and more
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