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Required Operating State - Operators do not conduct tasks when impaired

Operators/workers identify their level of alertness and do not start or continue to conduct tasks when impaired:

Credible Failure Modes

Recovery time / sleep opportunity between work periods. Adequate time for sleep, travel, meals etc. low. Inadequate time for sleep, travel, meals etc. high:

Factors which impact on fatigue load for an individual include: Health and wellbeing. Poor diet. Obese. Poor nutrition and/or lack of fluids. Recent illness/injury. Chronic illness – high fatigue hazards:

Sleep quality can be impacted by: Social life – not allowing adequate time for sleep. Consuming or being influenced by alcohol or drugs. Not enough sleep due to lighting or noise in sleep location:

Family responsibilities: Adequate time to fulfil family responsibilities low. Inadequate time to fulfil family responsibilities high. Family stress – illness to family member, new baby etc. med-high:

Workers undertaking hazardous tasks e.g. mobile equipment operators are not supported to self report and take fatigue breaks during shift work. No system – high fatigue hazard:

Employees with underlying health conditions that contribute to fatigue are not identified, removed from hazardous operating environment or offered support. No support – high fatigue hazard:


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