Control rooms require shift work strategies that consider the impacts to human performance. Adequate staff who are physically and mentally ready to manage normal and abnormal operations ensures the response is effective and efficient. Routine monitoring of workload and managing effects of fatigue will proactively identify risks and allow the organization to adjust Control Room tasks, processes, or staff count without jeopardizing operations.
Is your Control Room ready? We can help, consider...
- Shift schedule that is effectively managed and minimizes fatigue
- Fatigue Management Program Manager
- Fatigue key performance indicators
- Reporting fatigue and fatigue countermeasures
- Fatigue training
- Recruitment and retention of employees
- Shift change procedure and record
- Coverage of shifts due to absences
- Loss of employees and hiring strategy
- Workload analysis that utilizes available data and observations methods
- Compliance with pipeline regulations and employee work legislation
- Continuous improvement through deficiency reports and proactive/corrective actions