Developing your
Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS)


The developmennt of Fatigue Risk Management Systems (FRMS) is the core of our business. We accompany you in the design and implementation of an FRMS tailored to fit your operational context and size of your company.

Our objective is to reduce your fatigue-related risks, by constructing a scientific process that allows fatigue and sleep data collection.

Statistical analysis of the data must serve as the basis for the development and implementation of concrete risk mitigation countermeasures, while working in tandem with stakeholders.

The FRMS developed for our clients takes regulatory requirements into account.

Benefits of FRMS


Safety


Fatigue contributes to numerous work and industrial accidents. FRMS constitutes as an efficient and effective means for preventing and anticipating work related accidents, as it is based on continuous field data.

Operational Flexibility and Performance


Organisations that implement an FRMS benefit from an enriched operational framework with enhanced flexibility. Indeed, airline operators can benefit from less constraining Flight and Duty Time Limitations (FTL) rules by adopting a scientific methodology that satisfies regulating authorities and mitigates and assess the risk of fatigue.

Health and Well-Being


The exposure to irregular shift work is acknowledged as a major contributor to the deteriorated physical and psychological health of employees. Improved management of fatigue-related risks enables the reduction of absenteeism and contributes to the enhanced well-being of employees.

FRMS in Practice


  • Definition of operational framework to be evaluated and working hypotheses to be formulated
  • Data collection within the framework of a scientific methodology
  • Elaboration of concrete recommendations based on statistical analysis of such data
  • Implementation of risk mitigation countermeasures, as a function of their economic and operational acceptability
  • Check effectiveness of countermeasures by continuously monitoring fatigue risk (indicators)

Methods and Tools


  • Analysis of your teams’ schedules
  • Individual and group interviews
  • Sleep and activity diaries collected via our mobile application
  • Actigraphy
  • Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Biomathematical models of fatigue
  • Experience feedback on fatigue
  • Statistical analysis tools

 

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