Whether you are an owner, driver or transport business, our fatigue management training offers a convenient and cost-effective way to meet your Fatigue Management requirements. Fatigue can be defined as a state of impairment that can include physical and/or mental features, that can be associated with lower alertness and/or reduced performance.
Our fatigue management training is delivered online. Fatigue Management Training can be scheduled wherever and whenever it suits you or your staff. Our courses are carried out quickly and simply, making it easy to meet your responsibilities while keeping your business moving.
On completion, participants are fully competent in the management of driver fatigue and aware of all compliance requirements, with qualifications from an accredited training course that has been approved by the government. Fatigue Management training online is the fastest and most comprehensive way to understand your requirements.
- We are the leaders in Fatigue Management training – 7000 participants!
- Best Fatigue Management Service, Best Quality, Best Value
- Quickly, without fuss, get your fatigue management training done online
- Allows drivers to work up to 14 hours!
- If you are a company or owner driver we can help you get accredited also – purchase the BFM kit below or contact us for more information
Book Your Accredited Fatigue Management Training For the Transport Industry
This Basic Fatigue Management course is suitable for heavy vehicle drivers who are employees and wish to extend their driving hours from 12 to 14 hours. This course has been upgraded from TLIF1007C Apply Fatigue Management Strategies.
This Basic Fatigue Management course is suitable for manager’s and schedulers allocating work to heavy vehicle driver’s. This course has been upgraded from the previous fatigue management code TLIF3063A.
This 117 page customised BFM fatigue implementation kit is used in preparation for an entry audit into the BFM scheme. Anyone requiring their own BFM number requires policies such as these for a Heavy Vehicle Auditor to sign off on. Once reviewed and accepted by the auditor, your entry audit documentation is sent to your Local Roads & Traffic Authority who will then issue you with a BFM number.
Basic Fatigue Management Course Demo
Once you do your fatigue management training, you need to ensure that whoever you’re working with has been accredited for fatigue management with local state Transport Authorities. When this is done, companies will be issued a basic fatigue management number that should be used when completing your work diary.
Our courses are carefully designed to provide in-depth knowledge and understanding of fatigue management. We help participants steer their way through their obligations, making it easier for you to comply with your road safety and fatigue management requirements.
AlertForce are leaders in fatigue management training, so if you are in another industry such as mining, manufacturing, rail etc we also have various customised courses that can help your business.