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Industries we work with

Managing occupational alertness in safety-critical industries decreases the risk of incidents and accidents.

FRMSc provides consultancy, training, research, tools and models across many safety critical industries including aviation, rail, emergency services, energy and healthcare.

fatigue hazards

Evaluate current situation and fatigue hazards

Identification of current fatigue risk profiles before implementing effective fatigue management systems.

Training to control and manage your fatigue levels

Provision of training across fatigue risk management systems, processes and tools specific to your company operations.

alertness

Software to evaluate and mitigate staff alertness

Validated models to evaluate rosters and shift-work patterns, calculate fatigue levels and risk and evaluate “what-if” scenarios.

Working to reduce industry fatigue

aviation industry

Fatigue Risk Management in Aviation

The International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) provides guidelines on how airlines may adopt a Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) to manage their employee alertness.
rail industry

Managing fatigue in the Rail industry

The Rail industry use the full range of FRMSc services alongside our enhanced Fatigue Risk Index products (FRI+ and FRIPRO)
healthcare industry

Looking after healthcare workers

The Healthcare industry is characterised by understaffing leading to overworking and low productivity for their around the clock service. Fatigue affects both patient and clinician safety.
Shift work industries

Improving productivity in shift work

Across both safety critical and non-safety critical shift working industries, fatigue is an important component in safety, productivity and staff wellbeing.

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