- 1. Overview of Fatigue Risk Management
- 2. Responsibility for Managing Fatigue under an FRMS
- 3. Policies and Procedures
- 4. Training and Education
- 5. Level 1 Controls: Providing Sufficient Sleep Opportunity
- 6. Level 2 Controls: Assessing Actual Sleep
- 7. Level 3 Controls: Assessing Symptoms of Fatigue
- 8. Level 4 and 5 Controls: Fatigue Proofing and Reporting Incidents and Accidents
- 9. Internal FRMS Audit
This document is part of the Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) Toolbox for Canadian Aviation developed by Transport Canada and fatigue consultants edu.au of Adeliade, Australia.
The FRMS toolbox includes the following components:
FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: An Introduction to Managing Fatigue, TP 14572E: introductory material intended to raise awareness about fatigue
FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Fatigue Management Strategies for Employees, TP 14573E: provides the knowledge and skills required to apply appropriate fatigue management strategies at the individual level
FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Employee Training Assessment, TP 14574E: an optional module intended to assess employee competence in topics covered in the Fatigue Management Strategies for Employees workbook
FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Developing and Implementing a Fatigue Risk Management System, TP 14575E: explains how to manage the risks associated with fatigue at the organizational level within a safety management system framework
FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Policies and Procedures Development Guidelines, TP 14576E: proposes a policy structure while providing examples and guidelines to help organizations through the process of designing fatigue risk management policies and procedures
FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Fatigue Audit Tools, TP 14577E: provides an overview of tools available to employers to help determine whether scheduling provides employees with adequate opportunities to get sufficient sleep.
FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Trainer's Handbook, TP 14578E: in addition to a training presentation on fatigue, fatigue management systems, and individual fatigue management strategies, the package includes background information for delivery of the workshop, learning outcomes, and questions frequently asked by participants.
These documents are available on the Transport Canada web site at www.tc.gc.ca
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