UNION PACIFIC FATIGUE RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (FRMS). Dennis W. Holland, Ph.D. Director,Occupational Health Psychology UPRR Safety Department. Managing Fatigue in the Real World.
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Dennis W. Holland, Ph.D.
Director,Occupational Health Psychology
UPRR Safety Department
If we are to develop effective fatigue management systems that improve safety and operational flexibility we must expand our purview beyond the biological determinants of fatigue and acknowledge the profound influences of psychological, socio-cultural and political factors
Question No. 1:
What do you get when you ask an engineer to design a fatigue management system?
For every complex problem there is a simple solution…
… and it is usually wrong
UNDERSTANDING THE FRMS LEVELS OF CONTROL
Scientific Panel Report:Union Pacific’s Fatigue Risk Management SystemNovember 17, 2005Drs. Greg Belenky, Drew Dawson, Steve Hursh, Steve Popkin, and Pat Sherry