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The 16 Per Cent

The 16 Per Cent

After an intense investigation, over 300 contributing factors were identified, but the key contributors to this tragic event was a combination of poor work culture and fatigued workers,” Harnett explained. “From there, I was sent to Washington DC and Michigan to learn about these emerging topics called Human Factors and Ergonomics, and leaders in Australia were beginning to share their initial studies in Fatigue Management. They were really in their infancy. I’ve been augmenting my education and learnings ever since.”

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Workplace Fatigue

Workplace Fatigue

Workplace Fatigue: Current Landscape and Future Considerations  Very proud to have this report released! Thank you to all who contributed to our efforts, and a huge thank you to the CSA Group for tackling this issue. We are one step closer to providing all Canadian...

Walking on Sunshine

Walking on Sunshine

Walking on Sunshine: The Key to Surviving 2020 Photo by Radu Florin on Unsplash July 29, 2020 Mike Harnett President Solaris Fatigue Management www.solarisfm.com mharnett@solarisfm.com I'm staring daggers at my coffeemaker impatiently drumming my...

How Fatigue Amplifies Risks of Workplace Hazards

How Fatigue Amplifies Risks of Workplace Hazards

Article for OHS Canada Magazine by Zena Ryder, includes an interview with Mike If you feel sleepy at the office, you stretch and make some coffee. No harm done. Your drive home is when you —and those around you — face the greatest risk. In 2011, nearly a fifth of...

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