Fatigue Management Level 2

Course code: TLIF0006
Investment: $195.00
Duration: 0.5 Day Course
Location Date  
Brisbane 31 January 2019
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(11 places available)
Brisbane 21 February 2019
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Brisbane 21 March 2019
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Brisbane 17 April 2019
(12)
(12 places available)
Brisbane 31 January 2019
(11)
(11 places available)
Brisbane 21 February 2019
(12)
(12 places available)
Brisbane 21 March 2019
(12)
(12 places available)
Brisbane 17 April 2019
(12)
(12 places available)

Course Details

Harness offers a Fatigue Management Level 2 course which involves the skills and knowledge required to administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies during work operations in a defined workplace in accordance with national and state/territory legislation and relevant regulations.

On successful completion, participants will be awarded the Unit of Competency – Administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies – TLIF0006.

Learning Outcomes:

The assessment for this course has been designed to assess the individual to the Australian Qualification Framework, relevant Training Package RII, Australian and Industry expectations, as well as Commonwealth and State Legislation.

On successful completion, participants will be awarded the Unit of Competency –

Administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies -TLIF0006.

Program Benefits:

  • Nationally accredited training resulting in the award of Unit of Competency – Administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies -TLIF0006 – on successful completion of the course.
  • Regular weekly schedules across all Harness training facilities.
  • Access to highlight experienced trainers and state-of-the art training facilities.

Learning Methods:

The mode of delivery for this course is face to face in a classroom environment as well as significant practical elements outside of the classroom.

In the delivery of this course, our trainers focus on providing an individualised adult learning environment that considers the learner’s employment history and experience in the industry.

Theory is presented in a supportive learner centered environment designed to provide functional theoretical knowledge that is directly applicable to real world tasks.

Learning materials provided include the Harness student handbook and participants will be advised in advance of attending the course if there are any materials to be provided by them.

Course Content:

Throughout the Harness course our trainers will cover off the below operations ensuring a comprehensive understanding of both practical and theoretical elements.

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies during work operations in a defined workplace in accordance with national and state/territory legislation and relevant regulations.

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.

It also includes providing feedback to staff on shortcomings in their fatigue management skills and knowledge, and reporting to management on the implementation of fatigue management policy.

Monitor the implementation of fatigue management strategies

  • Work activities of employees, subcontractors and suppliers in organisation’s products and services supply chain are monitored in accordance with organisation’s fatigue risk management implementation plan
  • Reviews are undertaken of scheduled versus actual hours of work and where a compliance breach is identified, appropriate action is taken to analyse the reasons concerned and to rectify the situation

Recognise breaches of fatigue management policies, procedures and regulations

  • Signs and symptoms of fatigue in employees are identified in accordance with operational procedures
  • Breaches of fatigue management policies, procedures and regulations in the work activities of employees, subcontractors and suppliers are recognised and reported in accordance with standard procedures
  • Errors and incidents traceable to non-compliance with fatigue management procedures and regulations are investigated and reported in accordance with operational procedures
  • Appropriate action is taken in conjunction with employees, subcontractors or suppliers concerned, to ensure ongoing and future compliance with the organisation’s fatigue management policy and procedures

Develop and assess staff competence in fatigue management

  • Appropriate training programs and learning resources are developed and provided to ensure employees understand the organisation’s fatigue management policies and procedures, and the risks, causes and consequences of fatigue
  • Employees are assessed to confirm they are competent in understanding the organisation’s fatigue management strategies and can apply them to their day-to-day work activities and responsibilities
  • Deficiencies in employee competence to apply organisation’s fatigue management strategies to their work activities are identified, and appropriate learning opportunities are provided to enable employees to achieve required competence

Provide feedback to staff on shortcomings in fatigue management skills and knowledge

  • Evidence of employee shortcomings in implementing fatigue management strategies is obtained and interpreted from observation of signs and symptoms of fatigue in work activities, periodic evaluations of work performance, and assessments of competence carried out as part of training and learning activities
  • Employees are provided with feedback on identified shortcomings in their implementation of fatigue management strategies, and appropriate support and counselling is provided on how they might address these shortcomings
  • Further learning opportunities and information are provided to assist employees implement organisation’s fatigue management strategies in their area of work activity, as required

Report on the implementation of fatigue management policy

  • Periodic audits of the implementation of fatigue management strategies in the work area/s of responsibility are carried out in accordance with standard procedures
  • Accidents and safety incidents are investigated and analysed to identify the extent to which fatigue might have been a contributing factor
  • Reports on implementation of organisation’s fatigue risk management system are prepared and submitted to designated personnel in accordance with standard procedures

Further Information

Contact us on  1800 HARNESS (+61 7 3292 0700) or email admin@harnessenergy.com.au today to find out more!

You can view our terms and conditions and student handbook here before making a decision to train with us.