The National Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference 2012 is a risk-based approach to achieving fatigue management maturity, safety system and fostering a zero harm culture.
Organised by the Liquid Learning Group, The National Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference is currently held at the Quay Grand Suites, Sydney from 2 – 3 April 2012. Driver fatigue is a significant concern for many organisations and industries, including logistics and supply chain, courier services and freight.
The National Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference provides industry bodies and participants the opportunity to share new innovative behavioural and systematic solutions, the latest technologies and expert insights on safety of all areas of driver fatigue involving public and commercial industries.
Content is delivered through focused case studies and expert commentaries on new and advanced strategies on fatigue management.
The National Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference 2012 will cover topics including:
- Understanding Your Unique Fatigue Risk Factors and How to Manage them
- Enhancing Fatigue Monitoring through Innovative Technologies
- Applying Behavioural and Systematic Strategies to Manage Driver Fatigue
- Achieving Compliance within the National Safety Harmonisation System
The Conference will also feature a range of Directors, Managers and Advisors from a variety of fields, such as:
- Fatigue Management
- Rostering and Shift Work
- Incident Reporting
- Traffic and Transportation
- Fleet Risk Management
- Driver Training
- Compliance/Risk Management
- Injury Prevention
The National Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference 2012 will not only demonstrate the innovative solutions of top safety organisations but also the potential paths to the future in complying with the new Safety Harmonisation Laws.
The National Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference is held at the Quay Grand Suites, Sydney from 2 – 3 April 2012.
For more information visit the Liquid Learning Group website
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