Development of travel policies is critical to enhance the safety and productivity of employees traveling for work.
Company/industry/occupational specific recommendations are provided.
Evidence-based recommendations to minimize jet lag for individual travel itineraries are available.
Employee health, safety and productivity require optimal, evidence-based work-schedule design and work-hours policy implantation.
Schedules are designed to meet the operational requirements of the job, but also to address the preferences of the employees and their biological needs.
A report on scheduling and work hour policy recommendations is prepared for the employer and presented by a member of the Sleep Matter Initiative team. The team has extensive experience crafting solutions that accommodate labor, management and regulatory issues.
The evaluation and design process can include:
Analyzing schedules of all the employees in a company across an entire year to quantify the physiological ramifications of work hours and policies
Conducting interviews and focus groups to gather information on how the employees perceive the schedules, and to gather additional data (e.g. commute times).
Fatigue Risk Management Certification Program
The Fatigue Risk Management Certification Program is a multi-day educational course on fatigue risk management provided in a conference setting.
Programs can be custom designed for industries, companies, or particular areas of interest.
Topics include occupational safety, workplace performance, athletic performance, employee health and wellness, and many others.
Evidence is provided of competency training for employees responsible for fatigue risk management.