Employers are responsible for preventing and managing fatigue in the workplace. There are three broad types of fatigue: physical, mental and emotional.
All of these can obviously affect both workplace and public safety and can also have long-term health effects. While preventing fatigue improves workplace health and safety, reduces workplace injuries and staff absences and leads to greater productivity.
To learn how to prevent fatigue, check out the Work-related fatigue guide for employers from WorkSafe.