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ANSI API RP 755-2010 pdf free download.Fatigue Risk Management Systems for Personnel in the Refining and Petrochemical Industries.
3.5 normal operations Operations that are not during outages. 3.6 open shifts Foreseeable or planned vacancies where the vacancy is known at least one week in advance and overtime will be required to fill the vacancy (non-emergency). Examples include extended sick leave, special assignment or vacation. 3.7 outages Planned or unplanned interruption in the normal operations of a unit or plant, including mobilizing and de-mobilizing. Outages include, but are not limited to, such things as turnarounds, unit shutdowns, operational responses, etc. 3.8 shift work An organization of work where workers succeed each other at the same workplace while performing similar operations at different times of the day thus allowing longer hours of operation than feasible for a single worker. 3.9 work sets Consecutive shifts with a minimum of 36 hours off before starting another work set. 4 Components of a Comprehensive Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) 4.1 Roles and Responsibilities The FRMS should clearly define the roles and responsibilities for positions including, but not limited to the following: — senior management; — immediate supervisors; — individual employees; — contract companies and their employees; — key support functions (e.g. medical, HR, safety, workforce planning and scheduling). 4.2 Positions Covered by the Fatigue Risk Management System These guidelines are intended for all employees working night shifts, rotating shifts, extended hours/days, or call outs involved in process safety sensitive actions. They should also be considered for others making process safety- sensitive decisions. On-site contractors involved in process safety sensitive actions shall have fatigue risk management systems equivalent to the criteria outlined in this document.
4.3 Staff-Workload Balance The FRMS includes an initial and periodic assessment of the staffing levels and workload balance, such that the implementation of the hours of service guidelines discussed below are feasible and that fatigue risk is adequately managed. The FRMS should recognize the workload variability across shifts, weeks and months taking into account start-ups and shut-downs, as well as unplanned events (e.g. hurricane recovery) and emergency management situations. These assessments should also assess current and anticipated turnover and absentee issues. NOTE Each company should define “periodic” for their FRMS. 4.4 Safety Promotion: Training, Education, and Communication The FRMS shall include a process for educating all stakeholders on the causes, risks and potential consequences of fatigue. This education should acquaint all stakeholders with the basic scientific principles of sleep, sleep disorders, alertness, circadian, and fatigue physiology so that they can make informed decisions which will help them reduce the fatigue risk for themselves, their colleagues and the people they may supervise or manage. This education should also provide information designed to increase family member awareness of how they can help the stakeholder keep alert, safe and healthy. The FRMS should provide specific training programs and supporting education and communications materials appropriately tailored to the responsibilities, duties, and work environment of the stakeholder. All stakeholders should receive initial and recurring training that includes the following: — the scientific basis, the structure and the management of the corporate FRMS, and how it is integrated within the corporate safety management system; — basic sleep, circadian, and fatigue physiology; — strategies for achieving good quality, restorative sleep; — recognizing the symptoms of sleep disorders and how to obtain appropriate medical advice and treatment; — managing an alert and healthy lifestyle;

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