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Northwestern ON 04.15.20 BREAKFAST Fatigue What can the HR professional do about it?
There is a fatigue risk factor lurking at your workplace and it is taking its toll on your organization's productivity and safety. It is also hurting the health of your workforce. Poor sleep is the culprit. We all experience the odd night where we toss and turn and reluctantly crawl out of bed to fight through a day of fatigue. But 1/7 people in your organization suffer from poor sleep on a nightly basis because of sleep disorders. Clinton, one of Canada's top specialists in sleep-related fatigue, will discuss some of the most common sleep disorders and present tools that organizations and individuals can use to deal with them. Plus, you will leave his presentation with strategies to improve your own sleep and wake up refreshed and ready to take on the day even if you don't have a sleep disorder. This session will include lot of Q & A time, bring your curiosity!
By the end of the program participants will be able to:
Describe the link between poor sleep and fatigue
Understand the vicious stress-poor sleep-stress circle
Identify common sleep disorders
Provide guidance to their workforce on what to do about sleep disorders
- Use tools provided by Clinton to improve the health, productivity and safety of their workforce
8:00 a.m. Registration and networking
8:15 a.m. Breakfast served
9:00 a.m. Speaker presentation
12:00 p.m. Event concludes
As one of Canada's top Human Fatigue Specialists, Clinton Marquardt takes the latest in fatigue science and turns it into practical, implementable solutions that reduce the risk of fatigue and propel the health, safety and productivity of your 24/7 workforce towards excellence.
Clinton is the only Fatigue Specialist qualified by the Superior Court of Canada to serve as an expert witness and he lends his expertise to provincial and federal accident investigations. Clinton modernized the Transportation Safety Board of Canada's approach to understanding the influence of fatigue on human performance, accidents and incidents and he wrote the TSB's Guide to Investigating Sleep-Related Fatigue. Clinton is also a frequent media interviewee and has appeared on respected news programs such as Global TV's 16x9, CBC's News Network, CBC's The National and W5.