TLI Fatigue Management Project

Overview

Development of units of competency to meet the Fatigue Management accreditation requirements of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR).

Working with the Transport and Logistics IRC and industry stakeholders, this project will see the development of three new units of competency to meet the accreditation requirements of the NHVR. Job roles covered by these units will include drivers, schedulers, supervisors, managers and business owners.

This project has been approved by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) and is expected to be submitted for endorsement by 31st March 2017.

There will be regular project updates on this page throughout the life of the project.

If you have any questions about this project or would like to be involved in the consultation process, please contact Industry Manager – Klausch Schmidt via email klausch.schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au

Project Updates

17 May 2017

At their 11th of April 2017 meeting, the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) considered and approved the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package Case for Endorsement submission for implementation.

The following units were approved:

TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package Release 3.0

  • TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system
  • TLIF0006 Administer a fatigue risk management system
  • TLIF0007 Manage a fatigue risk management system

The above units were added to the following qualifications:

  • TLI21216 Certificate II in Driving Operations
  • TLI31216 Certificate III in Driving Operations
  • TLI42016 Certificate IV in Logistics
  • TLI42116 Certificate IV in Driving Operations
  • TLI50415 Diploma of Logistics

The fatigue risk management units and associated qualifications have now been released on training.gov.au.

For more information on the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package Release 3.0, please click here

30 March 2017

On behalf of the Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee (IRC), Australian Industry Standards have submitted the three new fatigue risk management units of competency, packaged in five qualifications to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for consideration.

Thank you to all stakeholders who provided valuable feedback and contributed to this project.

To view the final draft TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package products, please click on the links below (links removed 26 May 2017):

TLI_Release 3.0 Case for Endorsement

Units:

TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system

TLIF0006 Administer a fatigue risk management system

TLIF0007 Manage a fatigue risk management system

Qualifications:

TLI21216 Certificate II in Driving Operations

TLI31216 Certificate III in Driving Operations

TLI42016 Certificate IV in Logistics

TLI42116 Certificate IV in Driving Operations

TLI50415 Diploma of Logistics

TLI_Release 3.0 Companion Volume Implementation Guide

If you have any questions please contact Industry Manager – Klausch Schmidt via email Klausch.Schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au

6 March 2017

The draft fatigue risk management units have now been signed off by the Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee (IRC). The TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package Release 3.0 (TLI_R3.0) contains three new units of competency, packaged in 5 qualifications.

Following an independent Edit and Quality Assurance process, the new TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package products are now available for viewing, prior to being submitted to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for consideration.

To view the final draft TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package products, please click on the links below (links removed 26 May 2017:

TLI_R3.0 Case for Endorsement

Units:

TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system

TLIF0006 Administer a fatigue risk management system

TLIF0007 Manage a fatigue risk management system_Final

Qualifications:

TLI21216 Certificate II in Driving Operations

TLI31216 Certificate III in Driving Operations

TLI42016 Certificate IV in Logistics

TLI42116 Certificate IV in Driving Operations

TLI50415 Diploma of Logistics

Companion Volume Implementation Guide

If you have any questions please contact Industry Manager – Klausch Schmidt via email Klausch.Schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au

31 January 2017

The Technical Advisory Committee for the Fatigue Management project reviewed all feedback received on the 3 draft units of competency following the public consultation process. The draft units were updated accordingly and the Technical Advisory Committee signed off on the units of competency.

The units are now awaiting approval from the Transport and Logistics IRC.

It was also agreed at this meeting that the three new units of competency will be housed in the following TLI qualifications:

Code Qualification TLIF0005 Apply a Fatigue Risk Management System TLIF0006 Administer a Fatigue Risk Management System TLIF0007 Manage a Fatigue Risk Management System
TLI21216 Certificate II in Driving Operations (Release 1) General elective units
TLI31216 Certificate III in Driving Operations (Release 1) General elective units
TLI42116 Certificate IV in Driving Operations (Release 1) General elective units General elective units
TLI42016 Certificate IV in Logistics (Release 1) General elective units General elective units
TLI50415 Diploma of Logistics (Release 2) General elective units General elective units

If you have any questions please contact Industry Manager – Klausch Schmidt via email Klausch.Schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au

13 December 2016

The Fatigue Management Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) have completed the revision of the stakeholder feedback received on the 3 units of competency to meet the fatigue management accreditation requirements.

To view the three draft Fatigue Risk Management units, please click on the links below.

(Links removed 11th January, 2017)

  • TLIFXXXX Apply fatigue risk management system
  • TLIFXXXX Administer fatigue risk management system
  • TLIFXXXX Manage fatigue risk management system

Comments can be provided by email to Klausch.Schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au by no later than Wednesday 11th January, 2017.

18 November 2016

The Fatigue Management Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) have completed the first draft of the 3 units of competency to meet the fatigue management accreditation requirements.

To view the three draft units of competency for the Fatigue Risk Management units, please click on the links below.

(Links removed 5th December 2016)

  • TLIFXXXX Apply fatigue risk management system
  • TLIFXXXX Administer fatigue risk management system
  • TLIFXXXX Manage fatigue risk management system

Comments can be provided by email to Klausch.Schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au by no later than Friday 2nd December, 2016.

13 October 2016

On 13th October, the Fatigue Management Technical Advisory Committee met to review the draft new units of competency to meet the fatigue management accreditation requirements. Additional TAC sub-group meetings were scheduled for the following 2 weeks and outcomes will be added to this update upon completion.

The key decisions from these meetings included the following:

  • Review of the draft units for:
    • Heavy vehicle driver’s management of fatigue
    • Road Transport supervisors/managers risk management of fatigue
    • Road Transport Business owners and agents risk management of fatigue

Comments on this stage of the project can be provided by email to Klausch.Schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au by no later than Friday the 18th November 2016.

31 August 2016

On Wednesday 31st August 2016 the Fatigue Management TAC met to continue the development of three new units of competency to meet the fatigue management accreditation requirements.

The key decisions from this meeting included the following:

  • Review and confirmation of the key duties and competency outcomes for each of the 3 units
  • Development of key performance criteria for each of the 3 units
  • Review of the Assessment criteria for the 3 units

The next TAC meeting is scheduled for Wednesday the 13th October 2016

Comments on this stage of the project can be provided by email to Klausch Schmidt Klausch.Schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au by no later than Friday 30th September.

27 July 2016

On Wednesday 27th July, the Fatigue Management TAC met to commence the development of three new units of competency to meet fatigue management accreditation requirements.

The key decisions from this meeting included the following:

  • Identification of the three specific job roles applicable for the units
  • Job role / task identification
  • Key performance criteria identified

The next TAC meeting is scheduled for Wednesday the 31st of August.

Comments on this stage of the project can be provided by email to klausch.schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au by no later than Friday the 26th of August.

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