A Manager’s Guide to Identifying Fatigue Risk [FREE SEMINAR]

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While the issue of fatigue in our workplaces continues to gain more and more coverage in the Australian media, the current economic climate means managers across Australia are increasingly having to achieve more with less and teams are having to work harder and sometimes longer.

With the onus falling on managers to help recognise, manage and mitigate occupational fatigue risk, are you doing enough to protect your employees?

Join us for an informative free seminar to better understand your responsibilities as a manager and learn how you can identify and understand fatigue risk in your organisation.


Wednesday, November 25
7.30am for an 8am start. Concluding at 9am.

*Breakfast to be provided


Engineers Australia,
Level 31, 600 Bourke St, Melbourne


  • What is Fatigue Management?
  • How do you identify fatigue risk in your organisation?
  • What are your responsibilities and obligations as a manager?


  • Leaders and managers in industries such as:
    • Engineering
    • Construction and Manufacturing
    • Transport, Logistics and Freight
    • Infrastructure and Resources
  • HR managers
  • HSE managers



Helen_Wood_TMS_ConsultingHelen Wood, Chief Executive Officer of TMS Consulting is a highly sought after consultant and international speaker in the area of fatigue management. Helen has provided executive oversight on a number of TMS fatigue consultancy projects and has extensive experience in the resources, transport, oil and gas, health and government sectors.

Helen is a regular speaker on the safety conference circuit, having recently presented on fatigue at events such as the International Gas Research Union Conference in Copenhagen, the International Conference on Managing Fatigue in Perth, the QLD Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference and the Australian Pipeline and Gas Association Conference.

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