Learn how to manage fatigue risk in your workplace.
Fatigue is more than simply feeling tired or drowsy, it is an overwhelming sense of tiredness and feelings of exhaustion associated with impaired physical or cognitive functioning. Pending the degree of impairment, individuals can be placed at risk of injury, illness or even death.
Multiple factors can be associated with the development of fatigue, such as not getting an adequate sleep opportunity caused by extended working hours, working on night shifts, and stress and extreme mental load. Fatigue will often affect people in different forms, whether it be their physical or mental performance that is impaired.
It is for this reason that KINNECT has developed a comprehensive Supervisor Fatigue Management Training Program that provides participants with an understanding of fatigue, its signs and symptoms, causes and considerations and related consequences.
This fatigue management course also provides participants with practical and realistic management strategies for workers to overcome their fatigue and achieve better quality rest, thus improving their health whilst reducing their accident risk.
Successful completion of this course provides you with the knowledge and skills –
to identify signs and symptoms of fatigue in your employees
to understand fatigue management strategies to minimise fatigue-related risks that can cause accidents and injuries to your employees
to implement an effective state-approved fatigue risk management system in the workplace
In the mining industry?
Contact us to learn more about how this program can meet the recommendations outlined in the QGN 16 Guidance Note for Fatigue Risk Management as produced by the Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines.
The KINNECT Training Supervisor Fatigue Management Program is a 4 hour interactive program encompassing –
information on fatigue, what causes it and how it can affect people in a variety of ways,
information on health effects of shiftwork,
fatigue and health factors that influence sleep,
how to report fatigue problems and use the recommended Employee Assistance Program (EAP) or health services on-site,
Participants will learn to identify signs of fatigue within and outside their workplaces, and fatigue management strategies are discussed which include the management of commuting to/from work, diets around shifts, nutrition, hydration, caffeine use, naps, lighting and physical activity.
On completion, Supervisors will be able to –
identify the signs and symptoms of fatigue in crews and individuals,
communicate policies, procedures and systems of fatigue risk management to workers,
identify workers who require referrals to EAP or occupational health services for conditions (or situations) that may influence their FFW due to fatigue,
identify fatigue causal factors in their investigation of incidents or near misses,
manage potentially fatiguing conditions such as overtime, scheduling changes, rostering, etc according to site policies and risk management processes.
This course is designed for participation by all Managers, Team Leaders and Supervisors interested in managing their own fatigue risk and understanding how they can participate in the management of fatigue risk in the workplace.
There are no pre-requisites for this program.
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What if there are no face-to-face courses available?
If you are unable to select a date to enrol in the face-to-face section, this means course dates have not been scheduled yet. You can register your interest by completing this form and we’ll let you know if any courses popup in the future.
Can we have this delivered by webinar/video conferencing?
Yes, absolutely. We can provide the program via our Zoom or Teams platforms or can deliver via your own video conferencing system.
We will contact you to confirm the details, where the training will be held, the number of students, any particular program requirements etc. Once we have all the information needed we will provide a delivery proposal and costs.
We’ll send our experienced Trainer to your location with all the resources needed for delivery. We’ll make resources available for students via our knowledge base so you can stay updated on the topic.
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