Fatigue Management


Fatigue is mental or physical exhaustion that stops a person from being able to function normally. Like any other risk at a workplace, employers need to identify and assess whether fatigue is an OHS issue for their employees, and being responsible for Fatigue Management.

Our Fatigue Management awareness programs may assist in raising employees’ awareness of their responsibilities, as well as identifying their lifestyle and individual choices (such as second jobs) that may contribute to fatigue and impaired performance.


Fatigue Management course

A person conducting a business or undertaking must ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of workers while they are at work. This means if fatigue is identified as causing a risk to work health and safety, then suitable control measures should be implemented in consultation with workers to eliminate or minimise the risks.

Fatigue Management is a significant safety hazard that affects workers in any industry.

This program covers the following:

  • Understanding fatigue
  • How to manage fatigue
  • Personal fatigue countermeasures
  • Strategies to help you make sure you are fit for work

Recommended for:

  • For all Employers, Contractors and Employees;
  • All students commencing work for the first time;
  • Orgasnisations operating with Shift Workers;
  • Managers and Operators of heavy machinery; and
  • Families and everyone.

This Professional Development Fatigue Management Awareness course is a non -accredited course, which does not require a formal qualification. Non-accredited courses provide several advantages if gaining a qualification is not a key reason for the learning:

  • Great for a Refresher and CPD Points*
  • The course can be built around a client’s specific training needs
  • There is no formal assessment requirement

* Check with your association as to whether the course will meet CPD guidelines.