Fatigue Management Training

The Fatigue GuideReduce Fatigue in your Company

Fatigue in the workplace is dangerous. It can result in increased risk of accidents and injuries and can also reduce performance and productivity.

Fatigue also has a direct affect on the health of the individual resulting in higher chances of heart disease, higher blood pressure and mental health disorders.

Fatigue affects the employee and the employer in health, performance and productivity.


Fatigue is more than just a theory at Bulletproof People. We are committed to ensuring each of your team is equipped with the skills to make the right choices.

We provide tailored programs, engaging models of delivery, resources / tools and a commitment to follow up. All guaranteeing a return on your investment!

"The teams are still talking about the course and many have said it was a highlight of our conference. Personally I have my goal sheet in front of me and am starting to make a difference."
Senior Manager
"Interesting course. Great knowledge to take away. Awesome facilitator. Great topic knowledge and very engaging."
Seminar attendee
"Good manner of presentation which kept the training very engaging. Very useful both personally and professionally."
Team leader
"A very useful and thought provoking session. So important to be reminded about looking after my health and wellbeing. I am glad to see that there will be additional follow up on the topics covered."
Workshop attendee


  • Safer working environment
  • Healthier team culture
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Reduced risk of accidents and ill health
  • Increased workplace engagement
  • Enhanced productivity¬†


  • Improved quality of life
  • Improved health
  • Improved decision making
  • Increase in morale and motivation
  • Enhanced job performance and satisfaction
  • Enhanced workplace relationships


Fatigue in a workplace can result in slowed reaction time, reduced vigilance, reduced decision-making ability, poor judgment, and distraction during complex tasks and loss of awareness in critical situations.

(American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2012)

In a workplace, decreases in measures of vigilance, concentration and judgment can lead to accidents, errors, unethical behaviour and injuries.

(American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2012)

Fatigue has been implicated in up to 25% of driving accidents and is four times more likely to contribute to workplace impairment than drugs or alcohol.

(Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety Queensland, 2012)

Sleep apnea is strongly linked to a range of other serious health conditions including high blood pressure, stroke, obesity, diabetes, heart disease and mood disorders.

(ERS, 2007)


  • Over 81% of seminar participants found this session to be very helpful both personally & professionally.


  • 94% of all attendees at these workshops have completed a Personal Fatigue Management Plan.


  • Participants scored their level of increased awareness around the impact of Fatigue in the workplace an average of 4.2 out of 5.