1 NHVAS Advanced Fatigue Management Spot Check Checklist Legal Entity Name of NHVAS Operator: DTMR Representative: Spot Check Location: Date of Spot Check: Spot Check Number: DMS Number: 540/ The following sources of evidence have been identified to assist in verifying compliance with the NHVAS Accreditation Scheme Business Rules, Standards and any Conditions of Accreditation. Other methods of obtaining valid evidence may be used. 1. Interviews with the NHVAS operator and staff. 2. Documents and records including, but not limited to: NHVAS policy and procedure manuals Updates provided by the NHVAS Administrator Current certificates of registration, certificates of inspection Employment / training records Interception reports On-road vehicle fault reports NHVAS Maintenance reports Records containing: Vehicle and Trailer particulars Internal review 3 rd party Audits; and History and information from the NHVAS jurisdictions. Legend NA = Not applicable V = Indicates compliance verified with the relevant standards Nil = Not assessed at this assessment NC = Non-compliance requiring rectification (requiring rectification by agreed date)
2 Standard 1: Scheduling and Rostering Scheduling of trips and rostering of drivers will incorporate fatigue management measures. Description: Scheduling and rostering practices are to ensure trip schedules and driver rosters are planned and assigned in accordance with the operator's approved operating limits. Scheduling and rostering practices will include an assessment of the driver's recent work history, ability, welfare and preference (where appropriate), and time for the transport task to be completed safely. 1.1 Schedules and rosters are documented Verify that schedules and rosters are documented, are planned and comply with the approved operating limits. Note: Owner/Operator smaller operators may not have scheduling and rostering documents as Drivers are aware of their times. As a guide the Auditor may confirm with the operator 1. Are your schedules and rosters regular 2. If not how do you ensure schedules can meet AFM limits. The work diary is only a supporting document to the primary document which can be a Safe Driving Plan. Note: the law requires you to demonstrate that you took reasonable steps to prevent a breach from occurring in your workplace or as a result of your activities.
3 1.2 Schedules and rosters are monitored and regularly reviewed. Review that documented processes are in place that shows the monitoring and reviewing of schedules and rosters. As a guide you could also look at: approved documents checking date and version fuel dockets satellite data diary/schedule comparison phone records. 1.3 Action is taken to minimise fatigue risks when altering schedules and rosters. Review that documented processes are in place that shows: If the operator has an altering trip schedule procedure Is it signed off by Fatigue Expert, as per the approval conditions / Counter measures. Note: Documented procedure is required here 1.4 Guidelines are in place for the use of relief/casual drivers where required. Review that documented processes are in place that shows a contingency plan for when a driver reports unfit for duty. Note: Verbal response (Standard hours and so on no casual drivers. 1.5 The increased fatigue risk for a driver returning from leave is considered in scheduling and rostering of the driver. Review scheduling policies and procedures are in place to
4 ensure that leave is taken into account when scheduling/rostering. Note: Owner/Operator may not be applicable to them. 1.6 Drivers are to have input into schedules where practicable to ensure trip plans are reasonable Verify if drivers have input into their schedules. This may be achieved by checking: approved schedules minutes of toolbox meetings; or discussions with drivers 1.7 Schedules and rosters are planned to be achievable within the normal operating limits. Verify that rosters/schedules are being prepared in advance to allow drivers to comply with the normal operating limits 1.8 No schedules and rosters are planned to extend beyond approved frequencies. Verify that schedules and rosters are not planned or extend beyond approved frequencies
5 Standard 2: Readiness for Duty Drivers are in a fit state to safely perform required duties. Description: Operators are to ensure that time off is provided for drivers to recover from or to prepare for the fatigue effects of work. Drivers are to ensure that they consider the impact of activities such as recreational activities and personal life on their well-being and capacity to work safely, and use time off responsibly to prepare for, or to recover from, the fatigue effects of work. 2.1 Procedures for driver readiness for duty, which address issues of driver health, use of drugs/alcohol, medical condition, well-being and state of fatigue. Review policies and procedures for driver readiness for duty, this should include: drugs and alcohol random drug screening newsletters (internal) website (Intranet) readiness to work (self assessment) prepared to work Note: Owner/Operator Access internet for information, medical checks have been conducted (in accordance with requirements). 2.2 Procedures for drivers to assess their fitness for duty prior to commencing and during work. Verify that policies and procedures for fitness of duty policy include assessment procedures that drivers can use to ascertain their fitness for duty prior to commencing and during work.
6 2.3 Procedures for the drivers to notify the operator if they are unfit for duty due to any lifestyle, health or medical issue both before and during work. Verify what system does the operator use when drivers are unfit for duty Verify that there is a procedure for drivers to notify their operators on their fitness to drive. Confirm if the operator encourages and uses an open door policy.
7 Standard 3: Fatigue Knowledge and Awareness All personnel involved in the management, operation, administration, participation and verification of the Advanced Fatigue Management option can demonstrate appropriate knowledge and skills in fatigue knowledge management relevant to their position. Description: Fatigue knowledge and awareness is essential to ensure all employees (including managers), who are involved in the fatigue management system, understand fatigue management issues and have the knowledge and skills to practice fatigue management and to comply with the operator s fatigue management system. 3.1 That the operator has steps in place to ensure anyone involved in the management, operation, administration, participation and verification of the fatigue management system is made aware of the operator s current fatigue management policies and procedures. Verify that the AFM operator has: communicated to all staff how fatigue risk is relevant to the operation; and that there relevance and importance of the operators fatigue management system.
8 3.2 That all persons who hold a position of responsibility under the operator s Advanced Fatigue Management system are identified. Confirm the identity of personnel whose activities have a safety critical aspect to them relating to fatigue management. Assess competence of these personnel by identifying any evidence that they at a minimum know the causes, effects and symptoms of fatigue and strategies to better manage fatigue. Verify what checks are carried out to confirm that anyone in a position of responsibility under AFM system has done been inducted and regularly updated in the AFM system. Verify that drivers who operate under AFM operating conditions have received a Statement of Attainment in TLIF1007C or induction after December 2011 TLIF2010A Apply Fatigue Management Strategies. Verify that any person who is engaged in scheduling (back up person) as described by heavy vehicle legislation, or who supervises or manages drivers and scheduling staff has received Statement of Attainment in TLIF6307A or induction after December 2011 TLIF3063A Administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies.
9 3.3 That they have established a procedure for maintaining the currency of knowledge in fatigue management for all people who hold a position of responsibility. Verify if the accredited operator has a training needs analysis available: that identifies and addresses gaps for personnel who hold a position of responsibility under the AFM option has the operator taken any action identified by the training needs analysis. 3.4 That records of competence of drivers, schedulers or those who supervise or manage drivers and scheduling staff have been maintained. Review any training records retained by the operator and confirm that the records specify: when the training was completed who delivered the training if re-training requirements are documented copies of Statement of Attainments (or some record of these) are available.
10 Standard 4: Responsibilities The authorisations, responsibilities and duties of all positions involved in the management, operation, administration, participation and verification of their operations under the Advanced Fatigue Management option are current, clearly defined and documented and carried out accordingly. Description: The compliant operation of the Advanced Fatigue Management option is dependent on all relevant personnel knowing and fulfilling their responsibilities to ensure that the Advanced Fatigue Management option standards are met. Note: The size and complexity of the operator s systems will affect the level of detail expected in satisfying the above criteria. These indicators may not be appropriate to a small operator where a formal management structure specifically for fatigue management is not appropriate. However, for a larger organisation, particularly one spanning locations, a formal structure may be appropriate to define roles and responsibilities in respect of fatigue management of persons at both head office and at individual locations. 4.1 All relevant personnel are carrying out their duties and responsibilities compliant with the Advanced Fatigue Management standards and operator s fatigue management system. Sight evidence that the responsibilities of personnel have been clearly defined and documented, including back up staff. 4.2 Authorities, responsibilities and duties relating to the Advanced Fatigue Management option are current, clearly defined and communicated to all appropriate personnel. Review documented procedures regarding individual functions required to be performed and ensure that documentation covers what, where, how and by whom these functions are to be performed. Review verification dates on documentation (are they current/old versions), when and how often are they updated. Verify how nominated personnel are advised of their roles and responsibilities.
11 Establish through discussions how persons nominated have been advised: of their roles and responsibilities; and review any relevant documentation (e.g. job descriptions, memos, briefing sessions).
12 Standard 5: Internal Review An internal review system is implemented to identify non-compliances and verify that the activities comply with the Advanced Fatigue Management standards and the operator's fatigue management system. Description: The internal review process is an essential management tool that checks that procedures are being followed and indicates how the Advanced Fatigue Management option is working. Fundamental to the management of the fatigue risk is the capacity of the Advanced Fatigue Management option system to assess fatigue risk and to identify, report and investigate incidents of non-compliance with the Advanced Fatigue Management standards and take the necessary corrective action. 5.1 Procedures are in place to define how an internal review program of the Advanced Fatigue Management standards is produced, conducted, reported and recorded at least every 12 months and corrective action taken where required. Sight procedure that defines how the internal review is to be undertaken: when the reviews are to take place who is to conduct them how the reviews are to be conducted the checklist of documents to be used for the review. 5.2 internal reviews are undertaken by competent persons not responsible for the activity being reviewed, where practical. Sight evidence that an Internal Review has been conducted for the current year. 5.3 Procedures are in place to monitor, identify, report, investigate and record non-compliances and take the necessary corrective action to prevent further
13 occurrences. Sight evidence that policies and procedures include: how non-conformances can be detected who is responsible for detecting them who needs to be notified about them corrective action is taken timeframes for reporting identified non-conformance how the responsible person is to document the process to prevent further occurrences. 5.4 Procedures are in place to investigate incidents to determine whether fatigue was a contributing factor. Sight and review documentation to verify that procedures are in place to investigate incidents to determine whether fatigue was a contributing factor. Records may include: incident forms investigations police reports insurance forms customer complaints database 5.5 Records of drivers work and rest times are regularly reviewed to ensure compliance with the legislated operating limits. Review policies and procedures and verify records for maintaining: work diaries, schedules and rosters.
14 Standard 6: Records and Documentation The operator will implement, authorise, maintain and review documented policies and procedures that ensure the effective management, performance and verification of the Advanced Fatigue Management option in accordance with the standards. Records that demonstrate the compliant operation of the Advanced Fatigue Management option are collected, stored and maintained to verify compliance. Description: Policies, procedures and instructions are to be authorised, current and clearly identify and describe Advanced Fatigue Management option management, operation, administration, participation and verification activities. Note: Documentation and records must be kept for a minimum of three years, including superseded procedures. 6.1 Policies, procedures and instructions covering all activities required to meet the Advanced Fatigue Management standards are authorised, current, clearly defined and available to all relevant personnel. Verify that all documentation: is authorised, clearly defined, maintained and is the current version procedures are made available to all relevant personnel. 6.2 All Advanced Fatigue Management option records are legible, stored, maintained and available for management and audit purposes for at least three years. Verify that records are legible, stored and maintained in accordance with the requirements. Review policies and procedures to ensure that retention periods and retrieval arrangements are specified (electronic or hard copy).
15 6.3 Records of participating drivers are kept current. Review register to ensure that it contains: the required details of nominated drivers is kept up to date 6.4 Documents are approved, issued, reviewed, modified and accounted for in accordance with the operator's prescribed control procedures. Verify statement of responsibility, which should identify the responsible person: for maintaining, reviewing and updating the relevant documentation. for ensuring the return of documents from drivers who resign. Note: Owner/Operator dates, times, who and when documentation was reviewed last. 6.5 Records must include individual driving hour records for all nominated drivers (e.g. work diaries, rosters, schedules). Verify that the operator keeps appropriate records. These may include: Work diary pages Generic sets of rosters Induction/training documents Workplace Health and Safety training Register of documents Driver medical assessments.
16 Standard 7. Health - Drivers are to participate in a health management system to identify and manage fatigue risks. Description: A health management system is to be implemented that addresses, as a minimum, sleep disorders, medical history, substance abuse and diet, and provides preventative and remedial measures to assist drivers in the management of their health. 7.1 Drivers are certified as being fit to drive a heavy vehicle by a medical practitioner according to the Assessing Fitness to Drive by Austroads (or equivalent document approved by the Australian Transport Council). Verify policies and procedures are in place for driver health requirements: the examination must include an assessment to detect drivers in the high risk group for sleep disorders examinations are to be conducted, as a minimum, once every three years for drivers aged 49 and yearly for drivers aged 50 or over. Verify policies and procedures are in place for drivers when medical examinations are due or overdue. Review a list of all nominated drivers and documents showing random checks of medical assessment certificates. 7.2 Any medical advice for drivers is taken into account when assigning duties. Review any medical recommendations and verify that this information is taken into account when assigning duties, these may include:
17 rehabilitation policy procedures doctors medical recommendations 7.3 Drivers are provided information to promote and encourage better management of their health. Verify that the operator provides information to drivers, promoting and encouraging good health. This may include: toolbox meetings brochures articles bulletins financial assistance program counselling covered under insurance policy.
18 Standard 8. Workplace Conditions - Workplace environments and conditions must assist in the prevention of fatigue Description: Facilities and sleep accommodation are suitable for the management and prevention of fatigue. 8.1 Sleeper berths arrangements are optimised for driver rest. 8.2 The vehicle cabin is optimised for the driver comfort while driving. Review policies and procedures for specific provisions relating to driver rest and driver comfort. These may include: seating sleeping facilities depot facilities air conditioning tinted windows good quality mattresses refrigerator/ice packs.
19 Standard 9. Management Practices - Management practices are to minimise the risks relating to driver fatigue. Description: Management practices are to be implemented including matching drivers to the freight task and support effective communication between management and drivers on matters that affect the safe operation of the business. 9.1 Personnel performance management practices, including counselling and disciplinary action, are in place to deter non-compliance and implement corrective actions. Review policies and procedures for references to personnel performance management. These may include: medical reporting non compliance reporting corrective and preventative actions counselling documented Termination Policy. Review any records of results for actions taken and any corrective action reports Note: Owner/Operator Practices to minimise risks, scheduling and rostering.
20 Standard 10. Operating Limits - Operating limits will provide drivers and operators with the flexibility to effectively manage fatigue. Operating limits will take into account and provide for: the time required to perform the transport task safely under all reasonably foreseen circumstances; the rest periods required to recover from the fatigue effects of work; the cumulative effects of fatigue over several days of work; and the effects of time of day on fatigue risks and quality of sleep. Description: Normal operating limits are tools that allow operators and drivers to plan, monitor and manage work and rest times to minimise the impact of fatigue, within all normal circumstances. Work and rest times are planned around normal operating limits. Normal operating limits may be exceeded up to the outer limits as specified by the frequency in the AFM conditions for that operator The approved normal operating limits are monitored and reviewed at least every 12 months to ensure they are still relevant. Sight evidence that the operator measures and evaluates normal operating limits on a regular basis or at least every 12 months to ensure that they are still relevant, this may be verified by: approval documents schedule documents audit process 10.2 Drivers are provided with flexibility to alter trip schedules within the normal operating limits and outer limits to maximise rest opportunities and minimise fatigue risk. Review policies and procedures, which should include:
21 who has authority to alter Pre trip & During trip documentation altering trip schedule policy management form for driver to alter trip schedule self assessment (how did he/she feel, how did he/she sound etc), is he/she having a rest break after this period e.g. driver signs duplicate form The occasions when a driver is permitted to exceed the normal operating limits are managed with appropriate counter measures. Review policies and procedures, which should include: flexibility provisions for drivers to exceed the normal operating limits (providing outer limits are not breached) process for driver to contact responsible person regarding a breach Records of drivers work and rest times are regularly reviewed to ensure compliance with the approved operating limits. Verify that records are being regularly reviewed. These may include: work diary pages and limits satellite data fuel dockets pay sheets Note: A comments section is included in the work diary; this comments section may contain additional information.
22 Business Rule 8.12: Statements Description: As part of the internal review standards for each module, a Scheme Member is required to complete quarterly compliance statements. These statements must contain a record of compliance with the key outcomes required for each module offered under the Scheme. Verify that Statements are completed quarterly. Verify the Quarterly Statement is current. Suggestions of data that may be captured: current number of drivers nominated number of medicals renewed number of medicals missed number of compliant work diary pages number of non-compliant work diary pages number of fatigue related incidents.
23 Additional Conditions of Accreditation Are there any additional conditions of accreditation? Sight evidence that they are being adhered to. Other Comments:
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