Sixty-nine percent of employees–many of whom work in safety-critical industries–are tired at work, according to a recent National Safety Council report. Help address this common workplace issue by joining us at the Workplace Fatigue Conference February 20-21st in Seattle, WA. Together, we will share best practices, review the latest research and discuss effective workplace practices so we can help employees be safer, healthier and more productive.

Featured topics include:

  • Fatigue risk management systems
  • Sleep health promotion in the workplace
  • Fatigue and technology
  • Regulatory and legislative policy change
  • Research and data collection on fatigue

Whether you are a seasoned fatigue and sleep health expert or a safety professional interested in learning more about managing fatigue in your organization, you will leave this event with new knowledge and actionable ideas on addressing fatigue and sleep health in the workplace. Click here for more information and to register.