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Fatigue Management/HOS – FMHOS-01

A fatigue management program can be created to address issues related to fatigue in the workplace, while reducing related risks and ultimately the number of incidents.

Every carrier can benefit from having a fatigue management program, regardless of the size or type of business.

Fatigue management policies should be a part of a company’s journey management. Planning the journey ensures that employees are better prepared to safely handle unplanned events or circumstances during trips.

With journey management processes in place, potential risks can be better identified prior to the trip, and proactive measures can be taken to help manage or prevent the risks from happening during the trip.

Provincial hours of service regulations

The Alberta Hours of service regulation applies to carriers and drivers who operate the following vehicles only within Alberta:

Commercial vehicles that are registered for a weight of 11,794 kilograms or Commercial vehicles with a manufactured seating capacity of 11 persons or more, including the driver.

Federal hours of service regulations

Canada’s Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Regulation applies to carriers and drivers who operate the following vehicles in multiple provinces, territories or states:

Commercial vehicles that are registered for a weight of more than 4,500 kilograms or Commercial vehicles with a manufactured seating capacity of 11 persons or more, including the driver.

COURSE INFORMATION

Course Requirements:

None

Course Objectives:

Understanding the benefits of a fatigue management program.

Understanding the factors that cause fatigue and the Impacts of fatigue.

Developing and implementing a program framework based on fatigue management principles, policies, and procedures that meet business needs.

Developing and implementing a program framework based on Hours of Service principles, policies, and procedures that meet business needs.

Identifying ways to evaluate program success to ensure continuous improvement.

Hours To Complete:

8 Hours

PPE (Personal Protective Equipment):

All PPE required.

Certification:

Three year Certificate of Completion rewarded to students who pass with a minimum grade of 80% who also pass the practical component.

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Date

Dec 02 2019

Time

8:00 am

Cost

CAD160.00

Location

West Side 4Sight Training Centre
11806 97 Ave, Grande Prairie
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