Presented by: Chason J. Coelho, Ph.D. CSP CFI and Scott McLean, Ph.D
In recent years, occupational safety and health professionals have increasingly recognized human fatigue as a safety hazard. Human fatigue can be defined as a state of reduced mental or physical capability that results from sleep loss, circadian challenge, exertive or repetitive task factors, or some combination thereof. Fatigue in the workplace can manifest through impaired decision-making, delayed reaction times, and decreased coordination, all of which can adversely impact task success, safety risk and operation cost.
Join us as we explore efficient options to mitigate the mental and physical fatigue potentially facing your current workforce and learn how this controllable safety hazard may affect several other tasks and subsequent costs within your facility.
CJ HinemanFisher Tank Company
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