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TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system



This is the course you need to do if you want to drive for extended hours for an operator that is accredited under Basic, Advanced Fatigue Management (BFM or AFM), or WA Heavy Vehicle Accreditation. This course will help you to make sense of the legislation, simplify your compliance responsibilities and understand the mandated rest and work periods.

You will be able to register, pay, learn, pass the test and receive your certificate – all on-line without delay and when it suits you as well as being able to access Australian phone/email/chat support.

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Online Fatigue Management Courses by Australian Fatigue Management

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The Split Rest Break

Another issue in all States except WA is the split break. Under the HVNL, if you had to move the truck even a short way after commencing your seven continuous hour break, let’s say two hours after starting your break, you would have to record ...
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Some Great Questions

Recently AFM received some very complex questions regarding work time. While the legislation was able to provide answers for some, others required more research and in some cases referral to the NHVR. With the questioners kind permission, we have reprinted these because they raise some ...
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Work Time

As the last blog for the year, we would like to recap on what worktime is. We all know it vaguely covers doing anything with the truck but it does much more than that. Below is an extract from the HVNL and in particular Section ...
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Another Christmas

As we come to the end of another year, we at Australian Fatigue Management would like to wish everybody who supported us through the year, a safe and Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. A special wish for all those drivers that ...
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Victorian Drivers wanted – but not for a job!

Want to paid for sleeping? A study to find drivers’ fatigue and alertness levels while on shift is being conducted – and volunteer drivers are wanted. Participants will be reimbursed for the time involved. The Cooperative Research Centre for Alertness, Safety and Productivity (CRCASP), in ...
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Are drivers being set up to fail?

One of the oddities of the Fatigue Management Laws is the option of Standard Hours. The option allows drivers to work 12 hours a day providing the mandated rest breaks are taken at the appropriate times. However, operators do not have to be accredited under ...
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