Welcome to Risk Mentor Fatigue Management
Business Input - Controlled power naps
There are site processes for resting and power naps
Formal processes and an appropriate location are in place to allow a fatigued worker to take a nap during their shift
Workers are trained in fatigue management – which covers the use of a nap (sleep of less than 3 hours) and dealing with any subsequent sleep inertia upon awakening
Systems and processes are in place to support workers that require multiple naps during their normal roster cycle (see information on health and wellbeing)
Fatigue training and assessment includes the use of naps as a way to avoid micro sleeps
Nap rooms/locations are available on site and supervisors use these facilities for fatigued workers
Napping is supported, but not promoted (i.e. presenting fit for work is still the main priority) by superintendents and more senior site personnel
Training records are maintained and used to trigger refresher training as appropriate
Records are maintained of when workers require a nap break – as a means to support life-style interventions if their nap requirements become excessive
ADF Fatigue Management – Benefits of napping
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