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Hardware and Other Technology Solutions to Complement Fatigue Risk Management - Shared screen with speaker view
Morgan Cihak
23:25
Resources and pre-recorded webinars: https://www.nsc.org/workplace/safety-topics/work-to-zero/resources
Morgan Cihak
23:45
Covid and Technology webinar recordings: https://www.nsc.org/workplace/safety-topics/safer/technology-webinar-series
Marcus de Guingand
24:43
Hello. My name is Marcus de Guingand. I run a company called Third Pillar of Health and we help companies and their employees with sleep and fatigue.
Josh Savit
27:27
Hola Carlos, and greetings to all
Carlos Williams
27:31
Carlos Williams, Director of Marketing, DROWZLE Sleep Health Program
Andrew Morden
27:39
Hi All - Andrew Morden from Fatigue Science here
Scott Clark
27:48
Scott Clark - SAIF (Oregon workers com carrier)- Safety Innovation Consultant - interested in all things safety tech. Greetings all.
Bob Muir
28:15
Bob Muir
Bob Muir
28:46
Bob Muir, Senior Account Executive at Fatigue Science.
Jeff Chestnut
28:55
Jeff Chestnut, CEO, Coil Tubing Technology, Inc.; an oilfield tools manufacturer. We have had strong drug testing programs and have now focused on using Sobereye to detect impairment. We experience long hours working in the shop as well as on the road and have found over the last several months that detecting impairment has been a very positive add to our safety program.
Fabiano Vilela
28:58
Fabiano Vilela - EHS Manager from Cargill Latin America.
Emily Whitcomb
30:03
Hello everyone! Please introduce yourself and put any questions for our speakers in the Q&A tab. Thank you!
Larry MIlner
30:34
Hi, I'm Larry Milner, Safety Coordinator with Fulton County Government.
Vanessa Friede
31:02
Vanessa Friede - Occupational Health Lead for Cargill in Brazil
Michael Garner
32:34
Michael Garner Sr. Safety & Health Professional, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts U.S.
Ulises Techera
37:21
Dr. Ulises Techera, University of Colorado Boulder, Fatigue Researcher, Electrical sector, Construction, Oil and Gas.
Don Lindhardt
44:03
For the sobereye to work, does it require a baseline condition on each tested individual?
Richard Alcorn
48:21
The name of the system implies impairment. If we are using this as a general test for employees I could see them objecting. How about AlertEye?
Marcus de Guingand
01:22:31
Thanks everyone.
Ruchir Sehra
01:22:45
Thank you everyone for joining…
Larry MIlner
01:22:48
Thanks
Ulises Techera
01:23:02
Thank you everybody!