Part headings and selected chapters: Foreword. Contributors. The Scope of the Fatigue Problem: What Can Research Tell Us? Fatigue management: lessons from research (A. Smiley). Sleep survey of commuters on a large US rail system (J.A. Walsleben et al.). Driver fatigue: performance and state changes (P.A. Desmond). Sleep Loss and Other Causes of Fatigue. Sustaining performance during continuous operations: the US Army's sleep management system (G. Belenky et al.). Identification and control of nonwork-related contributors to operator sleepiness (J.A. Caldwell, J.L. Caldwell). Study of commercial vehicle drivers rest periods and recovery of performance in an operational environment (S. Vespa et al.). Fatigue: performance impairment, sleep and ageing in shiftwork operations (R.J. Heslegrave). Assessment of Fatigue. A work related fatigue model based on hours of work (A. Fletcher, D. Dawson). Managing fatigue by drowsiness detection: can technological promises be realised? (D.F. Dinges, M.M. Mallis). Does regulating driving hours improve safety? (N. Haworth). Prescriptive driving hours: the next step (B. Moore). Update on the US FHWA commercial driver fatigue research and technology, rulemaking, education/outreach and enforcement program (R.R. Knipling). Fatigue among ship's watchkeepers: a qualitative study of incident at sea reports (R. Phillips). Fatigue in ferry crews -- a pilot study (L.A. Reyner, S.D. Baulk). New Approaches to Managing Fatigue. Three fatigue management revolutions for the 21st century (R.R. Knipling). New York State's comprehensive approach to addressing drowsy driving (A.T. McCartt et al.). An integrated fatigue management programme for tanker drivers (P. Gander et al.). The Queensland approach: the fatigue management program (G.L. Mahon). The Western Australian strategy for managing fatigue in the road transport industry (L. Poore, L.R. Hartley). Index.