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ST. JOHN’S – Safety Services Newfoundland Labrador (SSNL) is happy to announce that the organization is offering a special hands-on two day workshop in St. John’s, NL designed to provide participants with a straight forward and easy to use step wise method to evaluate the influence of human fatigue on your organization’s health, safety and productivity.
The Investigating Human Fatigue Factors workshop will target the following topics:
- Concepts of Fatigue
- Why You Would Investigate Fatigue
- Perishable and Non-Perishable Sleep-Wake Data Collection
- How to Collect the Right Data
- Understanding Fatigue and its Complex Relationship with Sleep
- Textbook Sleep vs. Optimal Sleep
- 6 Major Fatigue Risk Factors
- Determining if your Workforce is Fatigued
- The Human Performance Decrements that Result from Fatigue
- Determining if Fatigue is Compromising the Health, Safety and Productivity of Your 24/7 Workforce
- Determining if Fatigue was a Risk or Causal Factor in an Accident or Incident
Clinton Marquardt – Human Fatigue Specialist
Workshop2015-Investigating-Human-Fatigue-Factors As an internationally recognized Human Fatigue Specialist, Clinton takes the latest in fatigue science and turns it into practical, implementable solutions that reduce fatigue and optimize the health, safety and productivity of your most important asset, your people. One of these solutions is his easy to use step-wise method to evaluate the influence of human fatigue which he teaches to audiences worldwide.
Clinton is the only Fatigue Specialist to have served as the Senior Human Factors Investigator with the Transportation Safety Board (TSB) of Canada. In this role, he modernized the TSB’s approach to understanding the influence of fatigue on human performance, accidents and incidents. Clinton wrote the TSB’s Guide to Investigating Human Fatigue. He has also been a Professor of Psychology and was the Technical Director of the Royal Ottawa Hospital’s Sleep Disorders Centre. Clinton holds a Master of Arts Degree in Psychology with a specialization in behavioural sleep medicine and fatigue as well as the RPSGT designation recognized by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
In his keynote speeches, consulting and training services, Clinton uses his 24 years of experience to provide you with practical, science-based solutions to reduce fatigue and optimize the health, safety and productivity of your 24/7 workforce.
This is an important topic with the potential to impact virtually any business or organization in the following industries.
Registration, date and location information for this workshop follows:
|Date:||Wednesday & Thursday, March 25-26th, 2015|
|Location:||Fairfield Inn and Suites, St. John’s, NL|
|Time:||9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Lunch Provided)|
|Cost:||$695.00 Early-Bird (Pre-March 19th)
$895.00 Standard (Post-March 19th)
If you would like to register for, or would like more information about, this workshop, please contact SSNL’s Mount Pearl office at 709-754-0210, or toll-free at 1-877-754-0210.
For more information about this, and all of our workshops, please visit our website at www.safetyservicesnl.ca.
About Safety Services Newfoundland Labrador: SSNL is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting health and safety at work, home, and play. The organization has been providing safety services in such areas as motor vehicle, motorcycle, occupational health & safety, and community safety across the province for over 50 years, becoming a GO-TO organization in these areas.
We require 48 hour’s notice of cancellation otherwise there is no refund
or transfer to another date. THIS WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED.
WORKSHOP OVERVIEW (PDF)
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