Australian Fatigue Management

Australian Fatigue Management offers nationally recognized training in the course:

TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system

The course is required for drivers of regulated heavy vehicles who work under National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation in either Basic or Advanced Fatigue Management (BFM or AFM).

The online fatigue management courses have been specifically developed to comply with the standards set out by the Nation Heavy Vehicle Regulator.

Undertaking our fatigue management courses ensures that both drivers and management are provided with the in-depth knowledge and understanding of the risks road fatigue poses; it also ensures that operators and system administrators have the knowledge needed to successfully manage these risks and comply with the laws set out by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator.

While not a compulsory unit, TLIE3028 Complete a work diary in the road transport industry provides more in depth training on the legislative requirements required to comply with the NHVL. The online delivery of these courses provides an effective and efficient method of training and assessment; allowing those who undertake the online Fatigue Management assessments easy access to the course information.

Basic Fatigue Management Certificate

Basic Fatigue Management accreditation allows heavy vehicle drivers more flexibility with their work and rest hours. It’s best suited to drivers who would like to extend their driving hours from 12 hours to 14 hours a day.

Advanced Fatigue Management Certificate

An Advanced Fatigue Management accreditation allows for a heavy vehicle driver to take a genuine risk management approach to managing driver fatigue. It also affords the driver increased flexibility with his or her work and rest schedule in exchange for the driver demonstrating greater accountability for managing their driver’s fatigue risks. Drivers who driver under Advanced Fatigue Management are afforded further extended hours up to 15.5 hours as long as their company fatigue management practices that are compliant with the fatigue management systems set in place by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator.

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