Fatigue risk management: Organizational factors at the regulatory and industry/company level.

@article{Gander2011FatigueRM,
  title={Fatigue risk management: Organizational factors at the regulatory and industry/company level.},
  author={Philippa H. Gander and Laurence R. Hartley and David Powell and Philippe Cabon and Edward M. Hitchcock and Ann E Mills and Stephen M. Popkin},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2011},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={573-90}
}
This paper focuses on the development of fatigue risk management systems (FRMS) in the transport sector. The evolution of regulatory frameworks is traced, from uni-dimensional hours of service regulations through to frameworks that enable multi-dimensional FRMS. These regulatory changes reflect advances in understanding of human error in the aetiology of accidents, and in fatigue and safety science. Implementation of FRMS shifts the locus of responsibility for safety away from the regulator… CONTINUE READING

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