Key Benefits

  • Proactively prevent fatigue breaches
  • Reduce administration costs
  • Improve safety & compliance
  • Manage Chain of Responsibility (CoR) obligations
  • Prompt for break if stationary

Key Features

  • Fatigue monitoring & alerting
  • Real-time driver fatigue data available
  • Electronic Work Diary
  • Drivers can plan their rest periods

Proactive Fatigue Management – Complete Fatigue

Drivers fatigue is a serious safety hazard and is a key consideration in ensuring safe commercial vehicle operation. Complete Fatigue is a proactive fatigue management solution that equips both managers and drivers with all the required tools to manage work schedules, improve driver safety and maintain compliance. Drivers can use the in-vehicle tablet Talon, to take required breaks for a standard 28-day cycle in accordance with Australian and New Zealand Fatigue Management Schemes (standard, BFM, AFM, and 2-UP). Drivers can view scheduled breaks, including duration required, at any point in their journey and receive on-screen notifications throughout the shift. In the event of a fatigue breach, drivers receive visual and audible alerts and management is also notified. Automatic calculation of complex fatigue laws allows for improved accuracy and transparency for drivers and transport operators. This module significantly improves safety and reduces administrative burden.


Electronic Work Diary

Recording driver work hours is now easier than ever with Electronic Work Diaries. MTData’s EWD solution is used to record work and rest times of heavy vehicle drivers electronically, which can be used as an alternative to Written Work Diaries.

Drivers simply log their work and rest periods by pressing a button on the in-vehicle driver screen, Talon, saving time in their day from reduced manual paperwork.

MTData’s EWD is approved by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, ensuring fatigue compliance across the entire fleet. Managers can check, plan and review driver work schedules in line with Australian Fatigue Schemes. Clearly identify the available driving hours for each driver and when rest periods are required to prevent breaches when managing shifts.