Module List

  • The Science of Sleep

  • This is the required module for all people and is required to be completed prior to any further modules are started. It is the base module to provide information on understanding what sleep is, what affects sleep and how to get great sleep.
  • Physical & Mental Health

  • This module will help you to better understand how poor sleep can affect physical & mental health. The module includes information in relation to menopause and sleep. Good option for long-term employees or any individual who cares for their long-term health.
  • Office Work

  • The module for office workers regarding specific office issues, how to recognise fatigue impairment, provide countermeasures and work better.
  • Local Commuting

  • This module is for people who commute more than 15 minutes each way to work. It discusses good preparation for driving, how to understand and notice fatigue impairment and to apply countermeasures for safe driving.
  • Children

  • This module has been developed to assist parents to better understand the sleep needs of children and how it affects their health & behaviour. Includes recent research on children & sleep.
  • Shiftwork

  • The module to help support people who work shift work to better understand the issues & to sleep better, including ways to manage the transition to and from nightshift and dayshift.
  • Heat & Hydration

  • The module on how heat and hydration may affect fatigue and health in the workplace. Not designed as a stand-alone module but to complement fatigue management.
  • Construction, Production & Maintenance

  • This is the Module for drivers of haul trucks, water carts, service vehicles or operators or heavy equipment such as shovels, diggers, drills, draglines, etc, in mining operations.
  • Road Transport & Heavy Vehicles

  • The Module for long-distance drivers of any type of vehicle. Includes recognition of impairment early enough to avoid safety issues. Discusses the dangers of driving impaired, recognising the impairment & applying appropriate countermeasures.
  • Mining Operators

  • This is the Module for drivers of haul trucks, water carts, service vehicles or operators or heavy equipment such as shovels, diggers, drills, draglines, etc, in mining operations.
  • FIFO/DIDO Travel

  • The Module to provide FIFO/DIDO employees with the necessary tools to better prepare for the work swing, communication strategies and the travel leg home to family. Discussion of interstate travel is included.
  • Offshore Oil & Gas

  • This Module discusses the peculiarities with working and sleeping on platforms. This would be coupled with the heat/hydration module in many cases. Includes the recognition of impairment and countermeasures for avoiding fatigue or managing impaired employees.
  • Emergency Services/Call outs

  • Whether you work in emergency services full-time or are on-call for emergencies (or supervisory roles), this module discusses how to best prepare and manage the call-out. Discussion of heightened risk of fatigue signs after the emergency is past is included.
  • Health & Aged Care

  • Module for workers in the health profession, who are required to provide manual handling of patients, triage, medical assessments and surgery, and are usually under stressful workloads and often working extended hours.
  • Forestry

  • Takes into account demands of driving, harvesting, using heavy machinery and in some cases burning-off or fighting fires. The module includes recognising impairment and applying appropriate countermeasures.
  • Maritime

  • From fishermen to marine service personnel, this Module discusses the unusual demands of being at sea, with seasonal demands, limited sleep conditions, rough seas and the isolation from family.
  • Rail

  • The Module to provide information on the peculiarities of rail, including SPADS, public suicide and limited use of countermeasures for single drivers. Should accompany the Module on Shiftwork.
  • Occupational Drivers

  • This Module recognises the issues for tired drivers who still have the stress of recognising hazardous situations, driving and navigating efficiently. Tips on how to keep on top of impairment and become more resilient to daily issues.
  • Time Zone Changes & Jet Lag

  • Recognition of how time zones affect circadian rhythms and how to best prepare for crossing to and from different time zones.
  • Education

  • Module for educators to better understand the sleep needs of children and how it affects school behaviour and the health of the child.
  • Working Through Ramadan

  • This module describes how Muslims celebrate the period of Ramadan through fasting between sun-up and sun-down. It highlights issues associated with dehydration and fatigue through fasting.
  • Driving Holidays

  • When focusing on holiday pleasure, people often run the risk of driving earlier than they should, not always taking the breaks they need and driving for too long. The risks are catastrophic. This module provides a better understanding of how to reduce those risks and better protect your family on long drives.
  • Fatigue Management Policy & Plans

  • Part 1 – Acts & Regulations/Duty of Care Part 2 – Policy & Plans
  • Rostering

  • Part 1 – Planning Rosters Part 2 – Assess Fatigue Risk Part 3 – Internal Compliance with Rosters
  • Communication

  • Part 1 – Know Your People Part 2 – Listening Skills Part 3 – Sensitive Information Part 4 – Directives Versus Bullying
  • Sources of Employee Impairment

  • Part 1 – Drugs & Alcohol Part 2 – Sleep Disorders Part 3 – Mental Health
  • Employee Fatigue Risk Management

  • Part 1 – Fatigue Risk Management Part 2 – Medium/Long-Term Assistance
  • Developing a Fit for Work Culture

  • Part 1 – Walk the Talk Part 2 – Reporting Fatigue & the “Just Culture” Part 3 – Collecting Fatigue Data Part 4 – Toolbox/Posters Part 5 – Encouraging Healthy Attitudes Toward Sleep