Fatigue doesn’t know the time. Fatigue is also known as a silent killer.
It impairs decision-making, affects performance, slows reaction times, and reduces the ability to control emotions.
On the road, it results in poor lane tracking, speed maintaining capability, and alertness, increasing crash risk.
The National Road Safety Partnership Program’s (NRSPP) Toolbox Talks are an effective and cost-efficient way to communicate information and knowledge about driving safety, health and safety, and operational issues within a workplace.
A Toolbox Talk should ideally take approximately 15–20 minutes.
This Toolbox Talk Package is designed to provide Team Leaders/Managers and Facilitators with the required resources and information to conduct a Toolbox safety talk about fatigue risks when driving, to a group of employees within the organisation.
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