Managing Fatigue Risk
Poor sleep and fatigue are commonplace in today’s 24-hour society, regularly affecting more than a third of all adults. The consequence of this to individuals is short-term impairment and reduced quality of life, with long-term effects ranging from increased risk of illness and disease to early death. Lack of sleep can also be downright unsafe with the effects of sleepiness being comparable to being legally drunk.
Organisations and individuals have a duty of care to manage fatigue risk. This keynote helps individuals and workplaces understand and respond to risks caused by employee fatigue.
The keynote informs employees about fatigue risk and how it can be managed. Individuals are given the knowledge to ensure adequate sleep, recognise and mitigate fatigue risk at work should they become too tired to work safely.
Contact us to hear how to increase health, safety, wellbeing and productivity outcomes by properly managing fatigue risk.