Well-rested, alert workers are essential to safe and productive operations. Excessive fatigue can impair performance, posing a significant threat to safety-critical industries, and has been listed as a causal factor in numerous disasters.
The Keil Centre’s approach to Fatigue Risk Management employs scientifically-based, data-driven methods to manage employee fatigue in a flexible manner, appropriate to the nature of operations, and the level of risk exposure.
Our services include:
- Roster analysis and design, to minimise fatigue likelihood
- Risk assessment of the impact of fatigue on safety-critical tasks
- Assessment of individual contributors to fatigue (e.g. sleep habits, sleep disorders)
- Development of risk-based control strategies to manage fatigue
- Development and review of Fatigue Risk Management Systems
- Training and education for managers, supervisors, employees and families
Who is it for?
Fatigue Risk Management solutions may be relevant to companies, union bodies, regulators and policy makers who are concerned with managing fatigue-related risk.
Benefits of this approach
Companies that develop a Fatigue Risk Management System can maintain flexible work hours, while maintaining scientifically-defensible controls to manage the risk of fatigue. Companies that choose this approach will:
- Achieve an effective fatigue and shift management system, with resulting operational and management benefits
- Understand the exposure of fatigue-related risk on their operations
- Ensure employees understand the importance of sleep, sleep disorders, fatigue-related risk, and acceptable control strategies
- Document a formal approach for defined controls and reporting structures for identifying and managing fatigue-related risk
- Encourage employees to discuss the types of errors they make when they are tired, to help develop effective mitigation strategies
- Incorporate consideration of fatigue as a causal factor in investigation of incidents and near-misses
Find out more
To find out more about our approach to Fatigue and Shiftwork and how it may be beneficial to your organisation, please telephone our Edinburgh office on +44(0)131 229 6140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. One of our consultants will be in touch as soon as possible.