Motorcoach Industry Hours of Service and Fatigue Management Techniques
TRB's Commercial Truck and Bus Safety Synthesis Program (CTBSSP) Synthesis 7: Motorcoach Industry Hours of Service and Fatigue Management Techniques identifies and documents the unique features of the extended workday that typifies motorcoach operations and identifies techniques that motorcoach managers, front-line employees, and drivers use to reduce fatigue-related incidents resulting from the irregular on-duty conditions facing the motorcoach driver. The synthesis also identifies current and emerging technologies that may be appropriate for motorcoach operations to offset the effects of the extended workday and fatigue-inducing environment.
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