Welcome to Risk Mentor Fatigue Management

Business Input - Rosters provide adequate sleep opportunity


Rostered work hours allow time for commuting, eating, washing, meeting personal commitments and adequate sleep.



  • Rosters are prepared (as far as possible) with input from affected workers
  • Daily work hours including commute are considered in work roster design allow for a minimum of six hours sleep
  • Fatigue risk guidance – roster length in hours 10 + medium to high 13 + working hours high
  • Training is provided to workers on sleep hygiene elements such as darkness of their sleeping space, noise levels, food and lifestyle choices that promote better quality sleep


  • Work rosters reflect the hours of work policy
  • Workers and supervisors are trained in and assessed for understanding of the key aspects of good sleep hygiene (that also include food and other lifestyle choices)


  • Hours of attendance and travel are monitored for both direct and indirect employees
  • Training records and triggers for refreshers in tool box talks etc. are maintained by the sites health, safety and training team

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