Fatigue Risk Management Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AlertSafe™

Rostering System

  • Developed in partnership with the Cooperative Research Centre for Alertness, Safety and Productivity
  • AlertSafe™ is the first rostering optimiser that has the power and flexibility to automatically create practical, minimum cost rosters that model the impacts of hours of work on individual employees, resulting in maximum alertness, safety and productivity.
  • Provides active monitoring of actual hours worked and dynamic redesigning of rosters as demands and resources change.
  • Can be customised to incorporate organisational hours of work principles and recommended fatigue risk thresholds
  • Provides detailed and customisable KPI feedback via the reporting dashboard.
  • AlertSafe™ staff app allows employees to view rosters, manage shifts, sign on and off, and track their hours from their smart phone, tablet or computer.

Click here to visit the AlertSafe website.

Fatigue Management International

Fatigue RADAR®

Fatigue Risk Monitoring

  • Real-time quick assessment tools to measure and monitor fatigue risk in workers, including Alertness Self-Assessment Tool and Supervisor Fatigue Assessment Tool
  • Saves time and reduces the labour burden of implementing a paper-based system to document and record fatigue assessments
  • Captures and transmits data in real time, provides automatic notifications of high fatigue risk ratings
  • Individuals receive an immediate fatigue risk rating, with high risk results triggering selection of control measures to be implemented
  • Secure back-end reporting system to track and analyse trends

ASTiD®

Driver Fatigue Monitoring

  • ASTiDTM was developed by Professor Jim Horne and his team of sleep scientists at the world renowned Loughborough Sleep Research Centre in the UK.
  • The technology has been both scientifically and operationally validated.
  • It has been designed to identify the early signs of driver fatigue so that the risk can be assessed and action taken before the individual reaches more dangerous levels of fatigue.

Click here to visit the ASTiDTM website.

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