Why You Should Attend

Major associations and organisations are putting more and more emphasis on managing and mitigating fatigue, this is in light of recent incidents that have happened. Organisations has also come to realise that not managing fatigue effectively, can have major financial consequences. marcus evans Shiftwork and Fatigue Management 2017 will offer even more exciting case studies, spanning across a range of different industries. This year, we will be delving further into high-risk industries, to find out how such companies identify fatigue and execute programmes and procedures to help their employees before disaster strikes.

Some of the key issues we will be looking at in detail include, civilian fatigue regulations, FRMS implementation at different levels, fatigue mitigation strategies. In addition to this, we will be focusing on the link between shift scheduling and fatigue and how scheduling can mitigate fatigue related incidents. In addition to this, we will focus on optimising shift patterns to maximise productivity and preserve safety in the workplace. You will be hearing from industry experts who will be sharing their unique case studies that will demonstrate preventive and re-active methods of managing fatigue and much more.

Key Topics

  • Adopting Early Identification Strategies to Prevent the Onset of Fatigue in Employees
  • Managing Fatigue When It Has Already Kicked In – A Step-by-Step Fatigue Mitigation Manual
  • Identifying Optimal Shift Patterns to Maximise Employee Productivity and Safety in a High-Risk Environment
  • Completing Your FRMS Programme: From Conception to Evaluation
  • Establishing Fatigue Measurements and Metrics to Support Safety Decisions

Previous Attendees Include

  • Origin Energy
  • Kleenheat
  • Caltex Australia
  • Monash Health
  • Goodyear Dunlop
  • Ansoldo STS
  • QBE Insurance
  • Water Corporation
  • Qantas
  • AMSA
  • United Energy
  • Multinet Gas
  • Centreport
  • VicRoads
  • Ports of Auckland
  • Air New Zealand