Fatigue Risk Management for Managers & Safety Stakeholders
Instructor: Clinton Marquardt
Duration: 2 days
Nov 25-26 Pearson International Airport
Course cost Members: $645
Non-Member Early-Bird: $745*
Non-Member 3 or more: $645
* early bird ends November 8th
Hotel - Here is a list of convenient hotel options within a 10 minute drive to the course location:
Embassy Suites Hampton Inn Four Points Hilton Garden Inn Sandman Inn Fairfield Inn
The course will run from approximately 8:30am to 4:30pm both days. The course will take place at the GTAA Adminstration Offices, the exact room location will be announced shortly.
Other Information: Enrollment includes lunches.
Everyone feels fatigued now and then. It's a normal biological state that tells us when we need to sleep. But when it happens in safety critical, high risk, or influential situations, it can lead to negative operational and financial outcomes with often dangerous results. Human fatigue impacts the health, safety and productivity of the 24/7 workforce. It can lead to accidents and mistakes that can be costly. This course is designed to provide executives, managers and supervisors with practical tools and approaches to effectively manage sleep-related fatigue in the workplace and keep employees healthy, safe and productive. This course is taught from a safety management perspective.
CERTIFICATION: All participants who attend the full course will be awarded certificates of completion. A course topic mapping onto the Canadian Aviation Regulations (the CARs) for fatigue risk management training will be provided.
THIS COURSE MEETS TRANSPORT CANADA’S NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR FATIGUE RISK MANAGEMENT TRAINING
- Types of Fatigue
- Defining sleep-related fatigue
- Fatigue and its relationship to sleep
- Types and stages of sleep
- Sleep inertia
- Relationships between sleep quantity and quality
- The 6 fatigue risk factors
- Chrono-types and the relationship to sleep quality
- Fatigue related safety, health and performance impacts on accidents & incidents
- Self-assessement of sleep problems
- Organizational strategies
- Personal fatigue prevention strategies
- Personal fatigue countermeaures
- Stress and its effects on sleep stress, stress reduction
At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Discuss fatigue & its complex relationship with employees' sleep
- Use practical tools to identify the 6 human fatigue risk factors
- Analyze sleep-wake rostering, and shift-work patterns to determine likelihood of fatigue
- Implement effective countermeasures to reduce the risk of fatigue
- Use effective strategies to reduce the risk of fatigue leading to major human performance issues, mistakes, incidents and accidents
- Understand the difference between fatigue prevention strategies and fatigue countermeasures
- Implement fatigue risk management approaches at an organizational level
- Provide employees with fatigue risk management approaches at an individual level
- Use the content of this training to develop your own in-house training program
- Incorporate the use of bio-mathematical fatigue modeling to reduce the risk of fatigue and performance impairments
- Identify and put into place the most important components of an ideal Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS)
- Use the components of an ideal FRMS to improve the health, safety and productivity of a 24/7 workforce
- Merge an FRMS into an existing SMS
About the Instructor: Clinton Marquardt
As one of Canada’s top Human Fatigue Specialists, Clinton takes the latest in fatigue science and turns it into practical, implementable solutions that reduce the risk of fatigue and propel the health, safety and productivity of your 24/7 workforce towards excellence.
Clinton is the only Fatigue Specialist qualified by the Superior Court of Canada to serve as an expert witness and he lends his expertise to provincial and federal accident investigations.
Clinton modernized the Transportation Safety Board of Canada’s approach to understanding the influence of fatigue on human performance, accidents and incidents and he wrote the TSB’s Guide to Investigating Sleep-Related Fatigue.
Clinton is also a frequent media interviewee and has appeared on respected news programs such as Global TV’s 16x9, CBC’s News Network, CBC’s The National and W5.
Clinton holds a Master of Arts in Psychology degree with a specialization in behavioural sleep medicine and fatigue as well as the RPSGT designation recognized by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Refund & Cancellation Policy:
IAAEC reserves the right to reschedule any program if the number of registrants is insufficient. Should this occur, we will notify all registrants and refund the registration fee in full.
• Any costs incurred by registrants, such as hotel cancellation fees or airline penalties, are the responsibility of the registrants.
• Registrations are transferable.
• Cancellations 10 days prior to the date of the course will incur a $75 administration fee.
• No-shows will be responsible for the full course fee.