Fatigue has been identified as an emerging hazard, and as workplaces begin to understand the impact that it can have on safety and productivity, they are looking for solutions.
The Fatigue Management Program is a turnkey solution, based on scientific evidence, which workplaces can easily implement into their current business practices.
Our expert staff work with organizations who can choose from a menu of options – from building awareness to implementing a complete fatigue risk management program.
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Cycle of fatigue: Disrupted sleep increases fatigue. Fatigue diminishes ability to cope with stressors in a healthy way. Inability to cope with stressors disrupts sleep.
Understanding Injury Risk and Recovery Among Shift Workers
Understanding injury risk and recovery among shift workers
According to Statistics Canada one-third of adults get less than the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep each night. Lack of sleep, or insufficient sleep, can lead to a variety of adverse health outcomes such as obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and workplace injuries. A pattern of physical and mental strain can take a toll on our well-being, our ability to care for others and sometimes, our health and safety at work. Visit Healthy Workers to learn how to balance Work, Personal and Family life.
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