Predictive Safety Fatigue Assessment Services and Products for DSS – OUTLINE
A company needs to assess, quantify, monitor, and mitigate fatigue risk. The company may not understand the impact of fatigue on its overall business.
Comprehensive Fatigue risk analysis for the client based on science and analytics. Predictive Safety will provide deliverables for Design 1 and Design 2, ELW1 and ELW2. These will provide a foundation for recommendations and fatigue mitigation strategies including technology that is provided by Predictive Safety (PRISM and AlertMeter) which may be implemented as part of ELW2. Predictive Safety will provide all the analysis services, writeups, and recommendations based on the assessments. The bundled package here provides sufficient sampling to make determinations as to whether deeper discovery is required. Optional services are available as outlined for deeper analysis.
What is the role of Predictive Safety?
Think of Predictive Safety as the fatigue and impairment department for DSS. Predictive Safety provides all support to DSS in terms of fatigue assessment services as well as products that address fatigue for DSS clients. The activities provided by Predictive Safety include client engagement as requested, analysis services, technology implementation as necessary, and delivery of findings to DSS and/or the Client. Other activities may include additional analysis services and technology implementation that provides clients with real-time fatigue prediction/management and impairment detection tools. (PRISM and AlertMeter). Any DSS associate may reach out to Predictive Safety at any time.
How does Predictive Safety support DSS during the customer engagement process?
Predictive Safety supports DSS through every stage of client engagement. We will interface with the client upon request and will provide the necessary feedback, analysis, and support to DSS during every step.
DESIGN 1 / PROPOSAL PHASE
Service – Initial Assessment Period: (4 – 8 week program with sampling data – $20,000 USD)
- Week 1 start – Schedule Assessment – Schedule Induced Fatigue Analysis.
Result: Understand the extent to which current schedules are a contributing factor to fatigue risk.
- Week 1 start – Realtime fatigue monitoring during the assessment period (PRISM Monitoring) This will also provide insights as to whether a deeper dive may be required
Result: Understand and report on current real-time fatigue risk during the assessment period and across a wide population. Also, help the client to understand how fatigue could be managed and mitigated in real-time
Data Requirements for Initial Assessment:
- Schedule / Shift Rotation data for primary client schedules (8 – 12 Schedules)
- Reporting from timekeeping system (nothing deployed in client environment, no connectivity to client architecture)
Present data from the initial assessment. Provide recommendations as to whether deeper dive may be required as part of ELW2
DESIGN 2 / ELW2
PS Works with Project Manager to design a proposal that addresses problems that were communicated in ELW1. Potential initiatives may include the following:
- If suggested by analysis in ELW1, take a deeper dive into fatigue analysis
- Understand how serious fatigue risk is being magnified due to factors influencing hours worked outside of assigned schedule using data from a historic time period with specific groups of workers. Also understand what departments or groups are disproportionately contributing to overall fatigue risk.
Service = Historical Analysis – Fatigue analysis against actual hours worked in a fixed historic period
$7,500 for first 10 workers, $7,500 each additional 50 workers.
Data Requirements: Historical timekeeping data (reports)
- Understand how incidents line up with high-risk fatigue.
Service = Historical Analysis with Incident Overlay– $125 per incident analyzed plus the cost for historical analysis as referenced above.
Data Requirements: Historical incident data (reports)
- Expand schedule analysis beyond the initial sampling of 8-12 schedules
Service = Additional Schedule Assessments beyond the sample group – Cost TBD based on volume
Data Requirements: Schedule / Shift Rotation data for each schedule to be analyzed
- If the schedule is impacting fatigue risk – Re-design schedules to be more fatigue friendly following recommendations provided by predictive safety
Service = Schedule Redesign – Cost based on requirements and volume
- If extenuating circumstances such as contractor engagement, call-outs, over time, short staff are magnifying fatigue – Implement PRISM monitoring to provide real-time reporting to managers regarding who is at highest risk at the start of each day. No engagement with the workers is required.
Service = PRISM LITE Implementation (may already be in place as part of initial assessment, may require setup for additional departments or sites) – Cost dependent on the scope.
Product = PRISM LITE Fatigue Prediction and Monitoring System– Cost: $99 USD / User / Year
- If incidents are not overlapping fatigue risk, then impairment may be a concern. (i.e., working second jobs, high-stress environment) Also, if there are concerns regarding “life outside of work” or legalized marijuana impacting risk, then implement AlertMeter. AlertMeter is a daily impairment check that can be executed at beginning of a shift, mid-shift, or prior to critical tasks.
Service = AlertMeter Implementation – Cost dependent on scope
Product = AlertMeter – Cost: $120 USD / User / Year
- If there is a concern for both fatigue and impairment, PRISM and AlertMeter can be implemented simultaneously. Also, in this type of implementation, AlertMeter becomes an additional leading indicator to fatigue risk and PRISM provides fatigue countermeasure advice to workers and managers.
Service = Full PRISM Implementation – Cost dependent on the scope
Product = PRISM Fatigue Prediction and Management System – Cost $168 USD / User / Year