The course will provide a reasonable steps defence (RSD) for your organisation in the event of an incident It includes monitoring the implementation of fatigue management strategies, recognising breaches of fatigue management policies, procedures and regulations, and developing and assessing staff competence in fatigue management.
The Fatigue Level 2 Supervisors and Managers course is ideal for supervisors, managers, leading hands, designated record keepers, directors, and those responsible for rostering/scheduling. The course is designed to provide the skills and strategies to monitor, measure and implement a fatigue management system.
As of July 1st 2018, the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator has implemented a change in the training requirements for road transport operators, schedulers and drivers.
The new fatigue subjects provide drivers, schedulers, supervisors and managers with information critical to effectively manage the risk of fatigue in road transport operations. NHVR have released the following subjects to meet the new requirements:
TLIF0005 – Apply a fatigue risk management system (replaces unit TLIF2010) – Drivers
TLIF0006 – Administer a fatigue risk management system (replaces unit TLIF3063) ? Management/schedulers
The NHVR will continue to recognise qualifications in TLIF2010 and TLIF3063 for NHVAS purposes if they have a completion date prior to 1 July 2018.
This training program is approximately 6 – 8 hours depending on an individual?s prior knowledge of the industry and learning needs.*
* Assuming that learner has prior skills and knowledge of reasonable steps to ensure how a heavy vehicle driver can perform his or her duties without breaching road transport laws.
This course will require participants to provide copies of workplace documents as evidence of your supervisory and administrative roles within the Fatigue Management.
– A detailed list of suitable document types will be made available during the course, but as a minimum you must be able to produce:
three (3) documents relating to your work duties that clearly identify your compliance to Fatigue obligations
– documents relating to supervisory/ management activities over a four (4) week period
On completion, participants are competent in the management of driver fatigue and aware of all compliance requirements.
On successful completion of the course participants receive a Statement of Attainment in TLIF0006Administer a fatigue risk management system.