FRMSc conducts research to understand and develop knowledge and useable tools both privately and for clients.
The team at FRMSc has been at the forefront of developing knowledge on occupational alertness particularly in the transport industries for decades and has contributed significantly to the overall knowledge of this subject. FRMSc collaborates with industry and universities to complete research programmes.
These research programmes are by the nature of research, specific to a client’s needs and can be a simple as a study of the fatigue in a particular operation to discover the drivers of fatigue or the levels of fatigue experienced by employees exposed to the hazard of reduced alertness. Other research undertaken includes the exploration and discovery of physiological responses that allow non-invasive alertness measurements to be made.