Fatigue significantly increases the risk of a crash. It makes drivers less alert to what is happening on the road and less able to react quickly and safely if a dangerous situation arises. When fatigue-related crashes do occur, they’re about 50 percent more likely to result in death or serious injury than other crashes. That’s because the driver is unlikely to have taken avoidance action.
This white paper provides simple guidance to help organizations handle the risks associated with fatigue.
Download to learn:
- The key features of a successful fatigue risk management program
- How to educate and communicate with employees
- Fatigue risk-factors and sleep disorders
- How trip scheduling and route planning can help minimize fatigue risks
- How telematics data can help managers identify fatigue warning signs