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Fatigue Management Inspection

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This inspection will help to establish guidelines for fatigue prevention in the workplace. Organizations can use this to develop and review internal guidelines for their fatigue program. This inspection can be used by Supervisors, Superitnedents, Safety Manager and foreman.

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Fatigue Management Inspection

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1. Are line workers aware of the adverse effects of certain prescription antihistamines on mental acuity and quality performance?

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2. Have line workers adopted personal strategies which are likely to decrease the effects of fatigue such as: - Planning travel, meals, rest and sleep patterns during off-shift periods; - Making the most of rest breaks, including short naps; - Advising colleagues if one detects feeling drowsy; - Alerting colleagues if they appear to be drowsy - Alerting Supervisors when they are fatigued and at risk of human performance failures.

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3. Are duty schedules, including consecutive shift-working patterns constructed so as to have the least possible impact on worker fatigue?

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4. Is a formal fatigue management program in place during storm restoration or other activities requiring extended work shifts?

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5. Does the fatigue management program in place take into account off-shift travel time as well as on-shift duty hours?

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6. Are Supervisors, Leads and Managers trained in fatigue management principles and on the company's fatigue management program?

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7. Does the organization have a robust system of recording working hours, overtime, shift-swapping and on-call work schedules?

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8. Are workload, the work activity, shift timing and duration, direction of rotation and the number and length of breaks during and between shifts considered when assessing and managing the risks of extended work schedules?

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9. Are workers and supervisors aware that drowsy driving causes 83,000 crashes, including 900 fatalities per year in the U.S.?

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