Fatigue Management Safety Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - Canada - Best Practices
Fatigue Management Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - Canada Best Practices
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- Fatigue Management Program:
- Approximate Word Count: 3,150
- Approximate Number of Pages: 10
- Page Reference Answers to RAVS Reviewer’s Questions: 5
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An excerpt from ISNetworld® RAVS®* Safety plan Fatigue Management Program
Fatigue is a physical condition that can result when an individual’s physical or mental limits are reached. Fatigue can be associated with physical exertion, mental exertion or inadequate or disturbed sleep. Fatigue can also lead to long term health problems.
Managing fatigue is one of the components of an overall approach to fitness for work. Replace with Company Name is committed to providing a safe working environment for all staff by eliminating conditions and work practices that would lead to illness, personal injury, equipment or other property damage. All employees are required to take reasonable steps to ensure their own and others health and safety at work by being fit for work and working safely.
Purpose & Objectives
This procedure aims to provide an overview of Replace with Company Name’s process for controlling the occupational risks associated with fatigue.
The objectives of this procedure are to ensure:
- Employees understand the need to be fit for work.
- The maintenance of a safe working environment and operations by minimizing hazards
associated with fatigue.
- Assistance through a range of preventative initiatives is offered including education and
training strategies that help manage fatigue and related issues.
- Informed decisions are made in relation to Replace with Company Name’s Reasonable
Working Hours Guidelines.
- Ongoing risk assessment and hazard monitoring takes place.
- Employees who are deemed consistently unfit for work as a result of fatigue are dealt with
consistently and fairly in accordance with our values and this procedure.