take control of your fatigue

Take Control of Your Fatigue

In the workplace, we often consider fatigue (or a lack of energy) the result of poor personal choice, such as unhealthy diet, lack of exercise or placing low priority on sleep; or as a result of poor character, like laziness, lack of motivation or apathy. However, the most common causes of worker fatigue are more closely associated with individuals’ physiology, rather than their choices. This whitepaper will explain the causes of fatigue, the impacts that it has on the workplace and the role fatigue mitigating technologies and change management play in the broader fatigue risk management system.

Reducing Fatigue Risk White Paper

Find out how Australian and US-based mining operators are mitigating their risk and protecting their employees from fatigue.

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What do the 1984 Space Shuttle Challenger explosion and the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill have in common? Both disasters point to fatigue as a major contributing factor.

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