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Fatigue management in the rail industry is well established. Our advice and tools support rail operators and their supply chain in effective implementation.

FRMSc has worked with the rail industry for decades. Our industry-leading solutions have been widely adopted by operators and regulators.

Fatigue risk management for safety critical staff have been present for decades in many countries, yet fatigue remains a major contributor to accidents. FRMS processes and models have supported identification of fatigue risks and hazards in occupational groups including drivers, signallers and trackside workers.

In late 2022, in addition to existing reguatory requirements, the UK’s Network Rail introduced a requirement that all subcontractors across the entire supply chain must report their fatigue levels.


Align with industry best practice

FRMSc supports operators implementing FRMS with the required biomathematical models, training and advice.

Proactive continuously monitoring

FRMSc solutions allow rail companies to demonstrate continuous improvement and undertake real-time roster analysis for fatigue risk.

fatigue hazards

Manage effectively | Improve safety

FRMSc supports the management of fatigue across workforces, improving staff and passenger safety, and providing auditable occupational duty of care.

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20% of high risk rail incidents

World leading tools and services for the rail industry to reduce fatigue risk


Implementing systems and processes to effectively manage fatigue risk

FRMSc support organisations across the rail industry in implementing fatigue risk management systems with our extensive expertise and tools.

Providing training to rail companies to support comprehensive fatigue management

We provide training courses to cover all aspects of managing fatigue within a rail network and your operations.

Implementing best-in-class models to identify and manage your staff fatigue

Use our rail regulator-endorsed tools to support and inform your fatigue risk management system and proactively identify and manage fatigue risk.

FRI is used extensively in the rail industry for fatigue risk assessment

Biomathematical models

The Rail Safety and Standards Board specifies the use of the FRI biomathematical fatigue model.

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