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Fatigue Countermeasures

  • Data for monitoring fatigue.
  • Hazard identification, including non-punitive fatigue reports.
  • Risk assessment (integrated with assessment of other safety hazards).
  • Mitigation. For example, better rostering, availability of healthy food, controlled workplace napping.
  • Policies and procedures to support fatigue risk management.
  • Training for all personnel involved in shift work of nurses.

More fatigue facts

Fatigue at work

The importance of sleep

Shift work and the body clock