Managing Fatigue Risk Without Regulatory Guidance

OSHA is aware of fatigue’s impact on workplace safety, and the OSHA web site provides compelling data and examples demonstrating it. For example, a safety incident is 30% more likely to occur during...

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The Factors of Fatigue

Fatigue is a common factor in workplace accidents and near misses, and although more and more organizations are recognizing the importance of monitoring it, fatigue may often be thought of as...

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What Should You Measure to Manage Performance? Performance Itself

Impairment testing and fatigue management have begun to gain acceptance in the workplace safety and productivity arena as the connection between safety and performance is becoming more widely...

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Changing the Conversation

A common subject of discussion in the workplace safety arena is the changing legal status of cannabis (marijuana) in many parts of the United States. Although there may be pros and cons to...

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Technology and Culture

At one manufacturer, employees have made their daily pre-shift AlertMeter tests a communal event, in which they proudly demonstrate to each other that they are fit for work Permanent changes to work...

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Massachusetts Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Medical Marijuana Employee

“Regardless of those issues, our reliance on drug testing detracts from the true nature of impairment.”   A July 17th ruling from the Massachusetts Supreme Court on allowing medical marijuana use as...

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