Fatigue Management Solutions offers the following Fatigue Management Programs and Services
Fatigue Management Educational Workshops for Employees (Stay Alert workshop)
Fatigue Management Solutions delivers a comprehensive fatigue management training workshop that address the key lifestyle factors that contribute to the reduction of employee fatigue impairment. In addition to the company's responsibility to manage, monitor and mitigate the risk of fatigue, individual employees need to consider what they can do to help improve their alertness.
Fatigue Policy & Procedure Consultancy
NZ's Health & Safety at Work Act 2015, requires employers to mitigate the risk of fatigue in the workplace. FRMS can help you to create your Fatigue Management policies and procedures.
Fit For Duty© - Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) Screening
Fatigue Management Solutions has a complete turn key solution to support those employees who may have a sleep disorder such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Contact us to find out more about our Fit For Duty© Program.
On-line Fatigue Survey
Based on scientifically validated questions our survey can form an accurate picture of fatigue at individual and organisational level.
The Fatigue Survey has been developed with a leading sleep research scientist. Reduced and poor quality sleep confined with other lifestyle issues mean fatigue is endemic in the developed worth with no organisation immune to the effect of sleep deprivation.
Work-wearables for fatigue detection (Readibands)
Predict Fatigue. Prevent accidents. With validated technology, it is now possible to identify fatigue impairment whenever workers arrive for duty.
Fatigue can be caused by many factors i.e sleep deprivation, dehydration, circadian disruption, sleep disorders etc. But those workers who may be affected by any of these factors are often difficult to spot, until it's too late! By having workers complete a short cognitive alertness test at the beginning of a shift, or part way through, we can quickly identify workers whose performance has been affected by any number of factors, including fatigue, drugs, alcohol, stress and illness. Early identification equals early intervention equals injury/accident prevention.