IOSH Fatigue Management

IOSH Fatigue Management

course details

  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Locations: Glasgow City Centre

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By the end of the course delegates will be better able to:
  • Increased well being of employees
  • Higher energy outputs from workforce
  • Better decision making
  • Gain 15% more natural energy
  • Improved work life balance
  • Reduce micro sleeps
  • Improved motivation
  • Less sickness, absence and incidents
  • The body clock
  • Circadian rhythms
  • Sleep debt recovery
  • Legal duties arising from fatigue
  • Positive shift patterns
  • Duties under Working Time Regulations
  • Fatigue risk assessments
  • Fatigue risk index
  • How to measure sleepiness
  • Measuring fatigue performance
  • Building a culture to energise employees
  • Eight interactive exercises during the course.
  • A ten question multiple choice assessment at the end of each day.
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Course Description

fatiguesmallThis rewarding and enjoyable training workshop is designed to encourage participation and interactive learning. There are ten elements spread over two days giving plenty of scope for discussion and learning the key topics in a bite sized manner. This course is designed to raise awareness of how to develop best practice in fatigue risk management.

Why you should attend this course

Fatigue can result in slower reactions, reduction in the ability to process information, memory lapses, absent-mindedness, decreased awareness, lack of attention, underestimation of risk, reduced coordination etc. According to the HSE, fatigue has been implicated in 20% of accidents on major roads and is said to cost the UK £115 – £240 million per year in terms of work accidents alone. Poorly designed shift-working arrangements and long working hours that do not balance the demands of work with time for rest and recovery can result in fatigue, accidents, injuries and ill health.

Who should attend?

Understanding the implications of fatigue is relevant to the general workforce as a whole. Those who work shifts, overtime (including homeworkers), operate machinery or work in transport should have particular incentive to engage with this course. Similarly, managers, supervisors and front-line staff are required to attend.

Course Reviews

Brilliant course, Anna-Lisa was very engaging, good real life examples.  Great venue, great food and great service from all office staff too!


Superior teacher! Fantastic delivery, excellent teaching style and consistently tailored his teaching methods to discussion and debates held on the course.   Would highly recommend.


Great course.  Trainer was inspirational, I really appreciated the leadership techniques he talked about – thanks! Great venue, very friendly, caring and professional staff.


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