Fatigue Management Policy

At Harmon Transportation, safety is a priority. Fatigue management is an essential part of this in any circumstance, and particularly in the transportation and logistics industry. As per the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and the Occupational Safety and Health Regulation 1996, Harmon Transportation works with its employees to work together to achieve a SAFER road transport industry. Management, employees and contractors have a shared commitment to implement effective fatigue management systems and practices.

Harmon Transportation at all times will show due diligence taking every precaution reasonable in the circumstances to protect the safety and health of their workers (employees and contractors), customers and the general public. Documentation is a key component to ensure due diligence, relative to commercial vehicle driver operations and activities.

Harmon Transportation has a Driver Fatigue Management Plan (DFMP) in order to meet its duty of care under The Code of Practice for Fatigue Management for Commercial Vehicle Drivers (‘the Code’) by the Work Safe division of the Department of Consumer and Employment Protection).

Harmon Transportation adheres to the operating standards for work and rest as established within the Code. Activities include:

In no circumstance will Harmon Transportation not wholly abide by best practice fatigue management.