TLIF0006 Administer a Fatigue Risk Management System
This unit of competency involves the skills and knowledge required for road transport schedulers or supervisors/managers to administer a fatigue risk management system within the Transport and Logistics industry.
It includes identifying and managing risks associated with fatigue during heavy vehicle driving, operating within a fatigue risk management system, planning trips and updating records, and developing and implementing policies, procedures and strategies to minimise fatigue in the workplace.
Work is performed under limited supervision generally within a team environment.
Legislative and regulatory requirements are applicable to this unit. The primary legislative requirement of this unit of competency is the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).
Being awarded this unit of competency is a necessary requirement to obtaining National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Fatigue Management Accreditation but is only one of the criteria. Prospective applicants should check with the NHVR before undertaking training and/or assessment.
Course Duration and Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Laverton Campus – 24-26 Little Boundary Rd, LAVERTON NORTH, VIC, 3026
Duration – 1 day (8 hours excluding breaks) with some required pre-reading (approximately 2 hours)
Approximately 10 hours
You have up to 1 month from date of enrolment to complete the course.
Upon the successful completion of this program, you will have gained the knowledge and skills to:
- Manage heavy vehicle driver fatigue strategies
- Operate within a road transport fatigue risk management system
- Schedule work and rest hours in compliance with a road transport fatigue risk management system
- Plan and navigate a heavy vehicle trip, and
- Update and maintain records
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Participate in a course entry interview (pre-enrolment review) to determine suitability of the course and additional support needs.
- Undertake AIS’s ACSF LLN assessment.
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Units are assessed individually via a range of assessment methods: Written Assessment, Case Studies and Project.
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