APPLY FATIGUE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

TLIF2010 is a national unit of competency from Transport and Logistics (TLI) training package.

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to apply fatigue management strategies within the rail industry. Persons conducting a business or undertaking have the primary duty to ensure, which includes ensuring:

  • provision and maintenance of a work environment without risks to health and safety
  • provision and maintenance of safe systems of work, and
  • monitoring the health of workers and the conditions at the workplace for the purpose of preventing illness or injury of workers arising from the conduct of the business or undertaking

The aim of this program is to equip participants with the required skills and knowledge to apply fatigue management strategies within the rail environment for effective safe behaviours in rail work.

It includes identifying and acting on signs of fatigue and implementing appropriate strategies to minimise fatigue during work activities. This training is classroom based and runs for 1 day and includes discussion, activities and written and practical assessments.

Participation in activities and discussion throughout the course including exploration of work-based scenarios will enable participants to develop and demonstrate their understanding and ability to apply safety critical communication in the rail industry.

Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of this course, participants will have knowledge of:

  • Causes and effects of fatigue on workers
  • Factors that increase fatigue-related accidents
  • How fatigue affects workplace performance
  • How fatigue contributes to workplace accidents
  • Lifestyles that promote effective long-term fatigue management
  • Relevant work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations as they relate to fatigue
  • Risks and hazards created by workplace fatigue
  • Sources of information on fatigue
  • Strategies and ways of managing fatigue
  • Ways of recognising fatigue
  • Workplace policies and procedures related to fatigue management and the control of factors that can contribute to fatigue and fatigue related accidents

Requirement for attending Training:

To attend training, you must:

  • Provide a USI (Unique Student Identifier). Ref: usi.gov.au
  • Have confirmed enrolment details and paid the course fee
  • Display adequate core skills of being able to learn, read, write, and take part in oral communication and numeracy

To be assessed as competent you must pass a theory and verbal assessment which includes assessing fatigue factors in a scenario situation.

Training Location: The training is conducted at our training rooms in the Sydney CBD; at Level 3, 263 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000. (We are very close to Town Hall station).

Schedule: available on request/enrolment/pending class numbers.

Training includes face to face learning, demonstration, and discussion, and is delivered using TfNSW courseware and in accordance with TfNSW requirements.

Assessment
Learning and assessment activities will be conducted by our trainer/assessor using a range of evidence gathering techniques throughout the course, including written and practical demonstrations. You must pass the theory and practical assessment to receive a Statement of Attainment for the nationally endorsed competency:
TLIF2010 Apply fatigue management strategies.

Fees and Enrolment:
The course fee is $240, which includes workbook and assessment material. Participants must provide payment, a completed enrolment form, agree to our terms and conditions and provide a valid USI number before training commences.

Course support available:
If you have any special circumstance or support required, this can be identified in the enrolment form.

If you have additional requirements or require more information, please contact our training reception who can assist or put you in touch with the person able to assist you further. For further information about services and assistance download the Student Handbook from our website or phone or visit our office.

Please report any injuries or any learning concerns to our personnel prior to training.

Please refer to the JMDR Student Handbook for details about our terms and conditions and support available.