Fatigue risk management system toolbox for Canadian aviation
From: Transport Canada
These documents help employees, trainers and managers understand and manage the risks of fatigue in aviation personnel. Managers may use these links when setting up related policies and procedures, called a fatigue risk management system (FRMS).
FRMS materials for employees and trainers
- FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: An Introduction to Managing Fatigue
Employees may use these introductory materials to understand the risks of fatigue and ways to manage risks (TP 14572E).
- FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Fatigue Management Strategies for Employees
This workbook gives employees the knowledge and skills to find ways to manage their fatigue (TP 14573E).
- FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Employee Training Assessment
This module helps trainers assess whether employees have understood the topics in the Fatigue Management Strategies for Employees workbook. (TP 14574E)
- FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Trainer's Handbook
This handbook includes a training presentation on fatigue, fatigue management systems and ways that people can manage their own fatigue, as well as information on delivering a workshop (TP 14578E).
- Fatigue Risk Management for Employees
A presentation for trainers to deliver, as discussed in the Trainer’s Handbook.
FRMS materials for managers
- FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Developing and Implementing a Fatigue Risk Management System
This guide explains how managers can reduce risks related to fatigue by including fatigue risk management within a safety management system (TP 14575E).
- FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Policies and Procedures Development Guidelines
This guide suggests a policy structure and gives examples and guidelines to help organizations design fatigue risk management policies and procedures (TP 14576E).
- FRMS for the Canadian Aviation Industry: Fatigue Audit Tools
This document gives managers an overview of tools that may help determine whether scheduling provides employees with enough opportunities for sleep (TP 14577E).