Australasian Fleet Conference & Exhibition 2019

3 days / 40+ Exhibitors
35+ Speakers / 20+ Educational sessions
May 22nd – 24th 2019

Providing professional development for the fleet industry

24 years as the peak industry body – linking people & knowledge, creating outcomes

Day 3

May 24

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Breakout Session

The Impact of Fatigue on the Transport Task


What is fatigue, how does it add to the risk of being involved in a collision and how do we manage it?The facts are both surprising and disturbing.

Fatigue has proven to be difficult to measure but its impact on a person’s ability to drive safely has been the subject of a number of studies with concerning results.

The presentation will focus on the impact of fatigue on all aspects of the transport task, from the steering wheel to the board room.

The most general factors that cause fatigue are lack of sleep, bad quality sleep and sleep demands induced by the internal body clock. Besides these general factors, prolonged driving (time-on-task) can increase driver fatigue, especially when drivers do not take sufficient breaks.

*Content and speaker are subject to change.



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Phil

Brooks

Chief Inspector – Stakeholder Relations Manager – NSW Police

Chief Inspector Phillip Brooks has been a police officer for the past 32 years, having served in areas of General Duties & Detective work in the Sydney City and North Shore areas, before specialising in Internal Affairs and Taskforce investigations.

In 2010 Chief Inspector Brooks took up a position within the then Traffic Services Branch as the Manager of Crash Investigations, and later took up roles in Traffic Operations, and more recently as the Traffic & Highway Patrol Command’s Road Safety Stakeholder Manager.

His current role involves the management of Government and Commercial Stakeholders, attending related committee meetings, the financial management of road safety projects, along with the delivery of road safety issues in mainstream and social media.

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