BFM replaces the Transitional Fatigue Management Scheme (TFMS). BFM accreditation offers more flexible hours and retains the ability to work 14 hour shifts.
BFM gives operators a greater say in when they can work and rest providing the risks of working long and night hours are properly managed.
Advanced Fatigue Management (AFM) brings a genuine risk management approach to managing fatigue, rather than prescribing work and rest hours. It offers more flexible hours than Standard Hours or Basic Fatigue Management (BFM) in return for the operator demonstrating greater accountability for managing fatigue risks.
Under AFM drivers may be allowed to split their continuous rest break for more flexibility.
It is a requirement of both the Basic Fatigue Management and Advanced Fatigue Management that :
In addition, all AFM applications must be accompanied by a fatigue expert report.
JMH Training & Compliance has the experience to guide you through the implementation and accreditation process of all NHVAS Schemes.
JMH will provide
In addition to this we will provide on-going support for the accreditation administration staff when required to conduct Internal Reviews or Quarterly Compliance Review process.
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