Our free, in-depth guide will teach you everything you need to know to effectively manage workplace fatigue.
Fatigue can have a significant impact on workplace productivity, safety, and employee well-being. Our Workplace Fatigue Management Guide is a comprehensive resource designed to help organisations address the issue of fatigue effectively. It includes valuable insights, strategies and tools to manage fatigue and create a healthier, more productive work environment.
Our Fatigue Management Guide is user-friendly and easy to navigate. It offers step-by-step instructions on how to identify signs of fatigue, assess its impact on your workplace, and implement practical solutions to mitigate its effects. Here's a brief overview of how to make the most of this guide:
Workplace fatigue refers to a state of physical or mental exhaustion resulting from prolonged or excessive work, inadequate rest, or poor sleep. It can impact an individual's performance, safety, and overall well-being.
Some jurisdictions have specific regulations and guidelines related to fatigue management, particularly in industries such as transportation, healthcare, and manufacturing. It's important to consult local labour laws and industry-specific regulations to ensure compliance.
While individuals can take steps to manage their own fatigue, effective fatigue management typically requires support and commitment from the organisation. Employers play a crucial role in implementing policies, providing resources, and fostering a supportive environment that prioritises employee well-being.
SafetyIQ’s Fatigue Management Solution provides a streamlined, automated and reliable approach to identifying when your workers are struggling with alertness - a leading indicator of fatigue. 30% of serious accidents are directly related to fatigue, and people are 70% more likely to be in a workplace accident when fatigued. Avoid the serious consequences of fatigue-related incidents, and provide an extra layer of protection for your workers with SafetyIQ.
Users complete a 60-90 second game-like test at the start of each shift or before undertaking a high-risk activity. The system develops a personal, rolling baseline that learns each person’s behaviour patterns, and average performance, and adjusts as they improve with practice.
If a user receives a score outside their baseline parameters, they are prompted to retake the test. If their score doesn’t improve, their manager is notified to check-in with them and see if they are safe to work.
Our goal is to provide you with the ability to highlight at-risk workers, start a conversation and care for your employees.
Switching to SafetyIQ has saved companies valuable time by eliminating their manual processes.