What is a FAID Score Tolerance Level (FTL)?

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A FAID Score Tolerance Level is a benchmark figure, set and rostered against in a biomathematical model as an Hours of Work related control.

While the FAID Score is essentially arbitrary, benchmarking studies suggest that fatigue threshold scores of 80 or below are consistent with a safe system of work for Australian industrial operations.

In the absence of a Fatigue Hazard Analysis Risk Assessment Workshop, a Peak Fatigue Threshold score of 80 can be used as a starting point.

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