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  Driver Fatigue Management

This is a Three Hour long module (Knowledge Accelerator) on Driver Fatigue

Course Overview
Driver fatigue is a very Dangerous condition created when a person is suffering symptoms of Fatigue while driving. Fatigue related accidents are often more severe than others as the drivers reaction times are delayed or they have failed to make any maneuvers to avoid a crash. Research on South African roads has indicated that Driver fatigue plays a role in 5-10% of accidents and 25-35% in fatal crashes.

Aims of this Knowledge Accelerator
  • To raise awareness of the dangers and impact of driver fatigue both from a business and personal point of view.
  • To challenge / discuss some of the myths we have about driver fatigue.
  • To provide the drivers with effective measures to avoid driver fatigue.
Learning Outcomes
  • In the training we will explore 4 key areas:
    • Road Safety: Driver fatigue
    • What causes of driver fatigue? We will explore a range of factors and the main causes
    • Myths about driver fatigue.
    • How do I avoid driver fatigue?
  • We will discuss and look at the differences between tiredness and fatigue.
  • Shared responsibility between the company and driver focusing on the driver’s responsibility.
  • When do fatigue related accidents occur, the biological clock and who is most at risk.
  • Alcohol, drugs and sleep.
  • Signs of driver fatigue and avoidance (long & short term strategies).
    • Things to do at home and work
    • Sleep environment
    • Lifestyle
    • Signs of fatigue
  • Take aways (The take home messages).
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