Sleep and Fatigue

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In the past 12 months, did your worksite...

111. Have and promote a written policy related to the design of work schedules that aims to reduce employee fatigue?

CDC Sleep and Sleep Disorders

National Safety Council; You Are More than Just Tired

NSC to Employers: Address Worker Fatigue

112. Provide access to a self-administered sleep screening tool that provides a feedback report with recommendations for clinical action, as needed?

CDC Sleep and Sleep Disorders

Fatigue Management in the Workplace

ACOEM Fatigue Risk Management in the Workplace – screening tools page 243

113. Provide educational materials that address sleep habits and treatment of common sleep disorders?

CDC Sleep and Sleep Disorders

National Safety Council, Fatigue Tool Kit

National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project

OSHA Long Work Hours, Extended or Irregular Shifts, and Worker Fatigue

114. Provide and promote interactive educational programming that addresses sleep habits and treatment of common sleep disorders?

CDC Sleep and Sleep Disorders

National Safety Council, Fatigue Tool Kit

115. Provide training for managers to improve their understanding of the safety and health risks associated with poor sleep and their skills for organizing work to reduce the risk of employee fatigue?

CDC Sleep and Sleep Disorders

National Safety Council; You Are More than Just Tired

116. Offer solutions to discourage distracted or drowsy driving?

CDC Sleep and Sleep Disorders

National Safety Council, Fatigue Tool Kit