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The National Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference 2012
Sydney, Australia - 2nd – 4th April
Conference / congress

The National Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference 2012 is a new platform offering the latest and greatest technology and expert insights for Safety and Logistics professionals across all areas of driver fatigue involving public and commercial industries.  

This conference will ensure smooth compliance transition while maintaining superior productivity by providing practical value through case studies, expert summaries, and panels.

  • Final Transition Roadmap – Harmonisation Laws
  • Changing Employee Attitudes about Driving
  • Innovative Mechanisms to Ensure a Safe Workplace on Wheels
  • Innovative Solutions to Safeguard Employees and Other Road Users
  • Rostering and Shift Work Strategies to Minimise Risk
  • Organisational Training – Impact a Positive Culture / Awareness Around Driver Fatigue Recognition
  • Policies and Processes Around use of Vehicles and Behaviours within them
  • Incident Reporting – Near-Miss Reporting
  • Drugs and Alcohol Screening Processes
  • National Systems Approach
  • Advanced Fatigue Management
  • In Vehicle Monitoring System
  • Safety as a Good Business
  • Electronic Work Diary
  • National Heavy Vehicle Regulator
  • National Rail Safety Regulator
  • System Approach Vs. Behavioural Approach
  • Reduction of Error and Containment of Error

2nd – 4th April


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