Module 13: Fatigue Management
This expansive supervisory-level course is designed to help learners to define fatigue, understand it, and manage it. It also explains the different fatigue causes, how to identify fatigue symptoms, fatigue’s impact on the workforce, and the personal and workplace factors that contribute to it. It also includes the different techniques, tools, and equipment you can use to assess and manage workplace fatigue based on fatigue science, including fatigue severity scales and other fatigue assessment tools.
The learning objectives of this course are to teach the participants about fatigue and how to manage it effectively through understanding the following:
- The definition of fatigue
- Fatigue case studies
- Understanding fatigue impairment in the workplace
- The five primary workplace factors of fatigue
- Physical and mental health consequences of fatigue
- Building a business case for fatigue
- Safely managing fatigue
- The Fatigue Risk Assessment Trajectory
- Scheduling, overtime, and work demands
- Identifying fatigue
- Fatigue-related errors
- Fatigue risk assessment tools
- Fatigue education and training
- Fatigue intervention strategies
This course is a:
- Mandatory course requirement for students pursuing the Qualified Safety Representative (QSR)™ designation.
- AASP recommended COR courses for OH&S Leaders.
A Certificate of Achievement will be issued upon successful completion of the course exam.
To successfully complete the course, the learner has 3 attempts to achieve 80% or higher on the exam.
Online duration subject to student capabilities.