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On-road evaluations of a regulated hours regime and an alternative compliance regime Williamson, Ann et al

By: Williamson, AnnSeries: Publication details: Civic Square Australian Transport Safety Bureau, 2000; Road safety research report. CR 191, Description: 113 sISBN: 0642255792Subject(s): Australia | Working conditions | | Lorry | Efficiency | | Work | In situ | Alternative | Performance | 841Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI 2002.0734:1Location: Abstract: This is the third report in a series looking at the development of better models of workrest schedules that have demonstrated effectiveness for managing fatigue in order to support the development of alternative compliance approaches to the regulation of working hours. This report describes evaluations of two work-rest schedules; one of a work-rest regime conducted under the current working hours regulations and the other of the first pilot Fatigue Management Programme allowed under the Queensland Department of Transport alternative compliance programme. This alternative work-rest schedule differed from the regulated regime in that it allowed longer periods of active work without rest (6 hours instead of 5 hours) and allowed the mandatory six hours of continuous rest to be taken in two parts instead of one.
Item type: Reports, conferences, monographs
Holdings: VTI 2002.0734:1

This is the third report in a series looking at the development of better models of workrest schedules that have demonstrated effectiveness for managing fatigue in order to support the development of alternative compliance approaches to the regulation of working hours. This report describes evaluations of two work-rest schedules; one of a work-rest regime conducted under the current working hours regulations and the other of the first pilot Fatigue Management Programme allowed under the Queensland Department of Transport alternative compliance programme. This alternative work-rest schedule differed from the regulated regime in that it allowed longer periods of active work without rest (6 hours instead of 5 hours) and allowed the mandatory six hours of continuous rest to be taken in two parts instead of one.

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