FRA's Fatiguefit Risk Management Program
On June 13, 2022 the Federal Rail Administration released their Fatigue Risk Management Programs rule for Class 1 railroads, railroad carriers with insufficient safety performance, and those that provide intercity or commuter rail passenger transportation.
Fatiguefit’s VP US Operations Mike Brazytis talked with global FRM expert Professor Drew Dawson about the implications of the Rule for railroads. Their conversation covered fatigue risk management, the challenges for implementing the Rule and where railroads can go to seek help with compliance.
What you really need to know about the new Rule.
What challenges will the new FRA Rule create for Railroads?
How will the new Rule impact a company's FRM Policy?
How will the new Rule impact a company's FRM training requirements?
How will Risk Assessment be different under the new Rule?
The Rule has very clear requirements for identifying Sleep Disorders. What does this mean for this industry?
What are the implications for Audit & Compliance practices?
Why would a company need to use Fatiguefit to help them with their FRMP?
How can Fatiguefit help you
How does Fatiguefit help railroads develop their FRMP?
How does the Fatiguefit Assessment work?
I've done the assessment, I know where my gaps are; what now?
How will the Railroads deal with the challenge of Assessing for Sleep Disorders?
Some helpful resources for when you have a bit more time
When did you first get involved with fatigue risk management in US railroads?
What is Fatigue?
How does the new approach to fatigue risk management differ from traditional Hours of Service management?
What's changed since the RSIA 2008?
Is fatigue risk management a safety issue or a disciplinary matter?
How does Fatiguefit help Railroads to manage their sub-contractors?
What's happening over the border in Canadian railroads?