Commercial vehicle driver fatigue management training

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Welcome to the commercial vehicle driver fatigue management training package. 

Drivers

Before commencing the Commercial vehicle driver fatigue management training you will require:

  • a personal email address to register, please note each person must have a different email address to use this system
  • to have read Staying alert at the wheel   

Following successful completion of this unit an online statement of completion will be issued. A copy of this statement should be provided to your employer for their records.

Are you ready to start the Commercial vehicle driver fatigue management training?

If you are a first time user of this system you will need to create an account using the Register hyperlink in the login box.

Go to Fatigue management training

Administrators

The training package Administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies helps the responsible person to ensure that:

  • commercial vehicles are operated in accordance with the commercial vehicle operating standard;
  • every commercial vehicle driver is certified by a medical practitioner as fit to drive the commercial vehicle; 
  • there is a fatigue management plan that covers every commercial vehicle driver; and 
  • records are kept in accordance with the regulations for driving commercial vehicles.

The responsible person also has general duties under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996. These general duties include ensuring that employees and contractors who drive commercial vehicles have adequate information, instruction, training and supervision, in order that they can work in a safe manner.

Are you ready to start the Administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies training?

This package explains the impact of fatigue on commercial vehicle drivers and other road users and provides assistance to the responsible person at a workplace to develop a Driver Fatigue Management Plan, as required by Occupational Safety and Health Regulation 3.133.

If you are a first time user of this system you will need to create an account using the Register hyperlink in the login box.

Go to Fatigue management training

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