This report documents principles, techniques, and strategies that are used in the development of fatigue-mitigation plans for transit operators. It includes a qhow toq component on the design, implementation, and evaluation of fatigue-mitigation plans. The fatigue-mitigation plans may be used by senior managers, operations managers, safety officials, medical personnel, risk managers, human resource personnel, policymakers, and legal advisors.In 1907 Congress passed the Railroad Hours of Service Act to apromote the safety of employees and travelers upon railroads by limiting the ... Subsequently Congress prescribed similar limitations for truckers, airline pilots and ship crews.
|Title||:||Toolbox for Transit Operator Fatigue|
|Author||:||Judith B. Gertler|
|Publisher||:||Transportation Research Board - 2002|