Fatigue Management Training 

Workplaces and RTOs may freely utilize this website for training and assessing purposes

Welcome to the new fatigue management website, which is a free-to-use educational resource designed to help commercial vehicle drivers and managers/supervisors in various industries understand the impact of fatigue and the strategies to prevent fatigue, as both drivers and management have a role to play in making sure any risks associated with fatigue are minimised.

An online Certificate of Completion is available from WorkSafe following successful completion of the relevant quizzes. Once logged in, the certificate can be printed/downloaded and provided to an employer and/or Registered Training Organisation (RTO). 

The website supports the nationally endorsed competency units TLIF2010 and TLIF3063.  WorkSafe is not an RTO and completing the activities on the website does not result in a statement of attainment from WorkSafe. However, RTOs may use this website as part of their processes for providing formal Statements of Attainment for this website's TLIF units, which are currently only customised for Western Australia requirements.  

Each person must have a DIFFERENT email address to use this system.  If you do not have your own email address, you can get a free one, for example at Gmail, which only takes two minutes.  Alternatively, your employer will be able to organise this for you.  

To start, simply register with the website using a current unique email address, (registering with the website is free, and is only required when attempting the quizzes). Within 24 hours you will be then sent a confirmation email for you to action (check your junk/spam mail if it is not in your mailbox). From there, choose the course below that you want to work through.  If you cannot find the email even in your junk/spam mail, your IT will need to add our IP address as an exception so you can receive emails.  The IP address of our server is and our emails come from no-reply@fatigue.safetyline.wa.gov.au.  


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