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KINNECT’s Fatigue Management training programs are interactive and designed to change your people’s behaviours when it comes to Fatigue & Stress Management. Our training helps reduces workers’ risk of injury by equipping them with simple techniques they can use at home and at work to minimise fatigue and obtain better quality rest.

In our 20+ years of delivering injury prevention services to Australian workplaces, we have developed proven methods for delivering the most fatigue and stress management training. Our programs have a track record for being both engaging and effective in reducing workplace injuries.

What is fatigue?

Fatigue is more than simply feeling tired or drowsy. It is an overwhelming sense of tiredness and feelings of exhaustion associated with impaired physical or cognitive functioning.

Pending the degree of impairment, individuals can be placed at risk of injury, illness or even death. 

Multiple factors can be associated with the development of fatigue and fatigue will often affect people in different forms, whether it be their physical or mental performance that is impaired.

Fatigue is a major contributor of workplace injuries in Australia. Approximately 10,000 serious workplace incidents occur where fatigue is a key factor each year.

Program Overview

KINNECT’s Fatigue Management training program is designed to change your people’s behaviours when it comes to fatigue, reducing their risk of injury.

KINNECT have developed a comprehensive Fatigue Management Training Program that provides participants with an understanding of fatigue, the signs and symptoms of fatigue, causes and considerations and related consequences.  The training also provides participants with practical and realistic management strategies for workers to overcome their fatigue and achieve better quality rest, thus improving their health whilst reducing their risk.

We do not do death by powerpoint! Our fatigue management training programs are interactive in nature. We deliver our fatigue management training programs in the workplace not in a classroom, rather in the field with the workforce. Our fatigue management training programs are delivered by tertiary qualified Allied Health Professionals who hold a comprehensive understanding of best practice biomechanics and preventative measures that when incorporated into day to day operations, prevent workplace injuries from occurring.

Basic Fatigue Management Training

Our basic fatigue management training program program runs for a total of 90 minutes, comprising of a short theoretical presentation followed by a practical component to reinforce learning and behavioural change.

Course Content

The theoretical presentation includes:

  • Fatigue signs & symptoms,
  • Fatigue causes and considerations,
  • Fatigue consequences,
  • Fatigue and stress management tips and techniques to combat fatigue.

KINNECT caps session participants to a maximum of 20 workers per session. This is to ensure maximum employee engagement and to allow sufficient time for the practical session to be conducted.

How it Works

Prior to the Training

KINNECT will contact you to confirm the location where the fatigue management training is to be conducted as well as the date and time. During this call we will confirm participant numbers and whether any specific customisation of the training material is required.

At this time, we will also check as to whether specific PPE and/or site inductions are required will occur. In addition we will confirm the most appropriate means of training delivery and whether or not a summary report is required.


On the Day

The KINNECT Allied Health Professional will attend the workplace 15 minutes prior to the training to meet with the key stakeholders and prepare for the delivery of the training. Upon completion of the training program, a competency assessment is completed by all participants with these later being collated and supplied to the workplace.


Following the Training

Within 24 hours of the training being finialised, KINNECT will develop a fatigue management training summary report (if requested). Included within this summary report is:

  • Participant numbers
  • Summary of the education provided
  • Recommendations regarding behavioural changes
  • Best practice approach to managing stress and fatigue

Digital certificates of completion will be issued to the workplace for distribution to participants.


The benefits of providing your employees with fatigue management training includes:

  • Workplace safety culture – your human capital investment in fatigue management proves that your company is committed to employee health and safety. Placing their health and safety at the forefront creates a stronger workplace safety culture.
  • Reduced compensation costs – proper fatigue management can lower the rate of accidents that occur by positively impacting the rate of human error and reducing it.
  • Employee engagement – well-rested employees are healthier and happier, resulting in less time off work. Workers will also benefit in their personal lives by being healthier and less fatigued.
  • Productivity growth – with fewer accidents due to fatigue, workers are more productive and spend less time off the job and efficiency gains for your business.

Service Locations

KINNECT can conduct Fatigue & Stress Management Training programs throughout Australia.
  • Sydney, NSW
  • Brisbane, QLD
  • Melbourne, VIC
  • Perth, WA
  • Adelaide, SA
  • Canberra, ACT
  • Cairns, QLD
  • Townsville, QLD
  • Mackay, QLD
  • Gladstone, QLD
  • Sunshine Coast, QLD
  • Gold Coast, QLD
  • Rockhampton, QLD


Basic Fatigue Management Training Workshop

$795.00 + GST

An all inclusive fatigue management training program providing your workforce with basic theory and practical application on fatigue management. Includes: 45 minutes theory session + 45 minutes practical session + Certificates for all employees + A fatigue management summary report.


Who delivers the training?

Our Fatigue Management programs are delivered by tertiary qualified allied health professionals – Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Accredited Exercise Physiologists. Our consultants all hold extensive experience in occupational health and risks and are experts in injury prevention.

What is fatigue?

Fatigue is more than simply feeling tired or drowsy, it is an overwhelming sense of tiredness and feelings of exhaustion associated with impaired physical or cognitive functioning. Pending the degree of impairment, individuals can be placed at risk of injury, illness or even death.

How long is the training?

The basic fatigue management training runs for a total of 90 minutes.

What facilities are required for the training?

KINNECT requires access to either a TV (with HDMI input) or a projector. Should the training be conducted onsite without access to either of these items, KINNECT will deliver the training and provide participants with handout materials.

Does KINNECT offer awareness materials?

KINNECT has a wide range of manual handling awareness materials for purchase. Such materials include:

  • Posters (variety of sizes)
  • Manual Handling Pocket Guide Books
  • Stretch Cards

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