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Chain of responsibility obligations under recently-enacted Heavy Vehicle Driver Fatigue laws impose legal responsibilities on all supply chain parties to prevent driver fatigue and ensure drivers are able to comply with the legal work/rest hours. Fatigue management accreditation standards under either Basic Fatigue Management (BFM) or Advanced Fatigue Management (AFM) models extend on these obligations by requiring operators to ensure that drivers and scheduling staff (and those who supervise drivers and schedulers) are competent in fatigue management practices. For drivers this means being assessed in and achieving a Statement of Attainment for nationally-recognised unit of competency TLIF2010A Apply Fatigue Management Strategies, whilst for schedulers, managers and supervisors the competency requirements relate to unit TLIF3063A Administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies.

 

TLIF2010A - Apply Fatigue Management Strategies:
This unit addresses the skills and knowledge required to apply fatigue management strategies, including identifying and acting upon signs of fatigue and implementing appropriate strategies to minimise fatigue during work activities. It forms part of the Certificate III in Driving Operations (Heavy General Freight) [TLI31210] from the Transport and Logistics Training Package (TLI10).

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TLIF3063A - Administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies:
This unit addresses the skills and knowledge required to administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies, including monitoring the implementation of fatigue management strategies; and recognising breaches of fatigue management policies, procedures and regulations. It forms part of the Certificate IV in Logistics (TLI42010) from the Transport and Logistics Training Package (TLI10).

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