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The 21st century is a sleepless one, and today fatigue is all too common among the British workforce. It chiefly affects employees working abnormal hours or excessive amounts of time, but it can also be a result of poor time management on the part of the worker.
That means reducing fatigue is the purview of both employers and employees – and there are plenty of ways to help.This free Director’s Briefing by Barbour EHS outlines the key information about fatigue, from risk assessments to recommendations to employers. It explains the major causes of fatigue and the serious risks its poses to workers when left untreated.
These risks include cognitive, physiological and emotional symptoms of fatigue, including poor decision-making, tiredness and lack of motivation. These can be deadly: it was, after all, fatigue among technicians that contributed to the Chernobyl disaster in 1986 – that should underline just how vital the advice contained within this download is.
To get your free copy, simply click here and fill out the form – remember, it's totally free!