Fatigue Conversations Guide

Good conversations are one of the best weapons to understand and fight against fatigue risk in your workplace. They demonstrate your commitment to safety and the well-being of your team. They also help you to make good decisions about what to do next. Fatigue conversations are needed when someone reports that they feel too tired to work or raises a concern about fatigue at work.

Click here (requires SPARK login) to download a copy of this guide. You can also use our fatigue conversation preparation worksheet (requires SPARK login) to plan how you could approach a fatigue conversation.

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