Welcome to Risk Mentor Fatigue Management

Business Input - Fit for purpose equipment and work stations reduce task physical and cognitive demands


Equipment will be sourced and work stations designed so that they reduce fatigue impacts for workers



  • Operator stations on equipment will be specified to include ergonomic considerations.  These should include:
  • Vibration and noise levels
  • Ambient light (to support night work sleep/wake schedules)
  • Cognitive load (providing consistent control devices and logic)
  • Work locations will be set up so that sufficient area lighting is available to maintain sleep/wake cycles for night shift workers
  • Ambient noise and vibration will be minimised at worker locations and removed (as far as possible) at lunch/meal rooms
  • Maintenance activities are scheduled to inspect and maintain the site required ergonomics of operator/worker stations


  • New equipment will go through an Introduction to Site process which confirms that ergonomic designs specified are provided in the equipment prior to being put into service
  • Commissioning of work areas will include night shift checks to confirm ambient light and noise/vibration levels meet site requirements
  • Maintenance strategies will be developed and actioned to inspect and correct any faults in operator and employee work stations


  • Maintenance records are kept and work order status is regularly reported on (to provide an early highlighting of any site standards slippage)
  • Inspections of work areas will be conducted by supervisors, functional role holders and more senior site personnel – with records of these inspections being controlled
  • Third party audits will confirm that inspections are meeting requirements for site against statute and leading practice standards

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