Introduction to Fatigue in the Workplace & Detection Technology to Save Lives - Shared screen with speaker view
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March Immersive Technology Series: https://www.nsc.org/workplace/safety-topics/work-to-zero/resources
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Yes, we will send out the slides and link to the recording to all registrants.
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Tom Knode- Kirby Corportation Safety- Looking for solutions to help with driving safety.
Hello all. Evan Jennings, Safety Director in DFW, TX with KPS Global. Great to be here.
Denise Gupton, Employee Safety Coordinator with Franklin County Government. I am interested in all aspects of safety and being a better resource for my employees in all aspects of safety
Name: Butch L. Oldenburg EHS Manager
Matthew Bathke, Safety & Loss Control Specialist for Salem (OR) Mass Transit District. Responsible for administering occupational safety and Drug & Alcohol programs.
Susie Cunningham, NAPCO PIPE & FITTINGS in Lodi, Ca. I'm interested in keeping our employees safe!!
Dora Choy - Pacific Gas and Electric Company - interested in fatigue management awareness training
Justine Parker, CIH,CSP, Cardno ChemRisk - Looking for mitigation measures and awareness efforts to share with my TV, Film, and Media clients
Hi! Wendy Tobin, Corteva Agriscience - looking to learn how to use technology to help workers in manufacturing, driving, field work which can have long work hours.
Hello and welcome everyone!
Anuja Patil, Director Ergonomics, CNA Insurance
Abby Strang- Sleep Medicine Physician, interested in learning about fatigue in the workplace and a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine Committee on Public Safety
Steve Eversmeyer, NW Natural, prior involvement includes courses, and implementation of mandatory rest periods during emergency responses, technology wasn't an option 6/7 years ago.
David Gosh, Health & Safety Coordinator from Onvoy, Division of Badger Plug Co.. Just looking for information.
Hello - Brittany McGrath - thyssenkrupp NA. I'm interested in the key factors (as you see them) to analyze when doing fatigue based risk assessments on the floor.
David Sahm, City of College Station, Texas, City safety Specialist - I have workers who start at 4:30 a.m. and work 6 days a week and often do not end until 4, 5, 6 p.m. at night.
Adam Ridenbaugh, Ariel Corporation - Background in IT (Software & Technology) and currently working in an EH&S Manager role. Desire to better improve conditions and safety through understanding the trends and data.
Alexander Streets, SSH - United States Air Force ; interested in learning more about fatigue in my workplace for pilots / workers
Fabiano Vilela- Cargill - Looking for safe solutions for our employees.
Ruth Turner, Human Factors Engineer, Transport for London, UK
Hello All - Scott Clark, Safety Innovation Consultant, SAIF (Oregon workers comp). We're testing several safety innovations (wearables, VR, AR, exoskeletons, etc) and are interested in deeper insights of how fatigue/impairment detection could be used at the employer level to improve safety and health outcomes.
HI, Jenniffer Zillmer, MS, CSP, MBA, I currently work in the utilities industry 24/7 field and how we could look at preventing any fatigue injuries for storm recovery and outage tasks.
Hello - April Ware, HR. Ariel Corporation (manufacturing). 24/7 shifts. Leading incident prevention interests. thank you.
Marcus de Guingand
Marcus de Guingand. Managing Director at Third Pillar of Health - helping companies understand the extent, impact and causes of tiredness and fatigue in staff groups and suggesting solutions (including training) to overcome those issues. This is like CPD for me. Interested in some technology for real-time monitoring for a couple of projects I have coming up.
Ulises Techera Ph.D.
Vanessa Friede - Occupational health lead in Cargill. Looking for ways of measuring and managing employees fatigue that can lead to accidents and sickness
David Reed MPH, City of Pittsburgh, Risk Management. Fatigue affects us all & is root cause of many injuries. Curious what new tech can do to help?
Kimberly Urie, Exposure Reduction Process Team Leader at BASF. Interested in supplementing our FRMS with behavioral training and control measures for front-line employees and supervisors.
Ulises Techera Ph.D. , Researcher and Faculty, University of Colorado Boulder, I have been working on Fatigue research for about 7 years. I have focused on the Electrical Sector and Construction. I have worked with utility companies and contractor around the country as well as several research organizations. My interest in technologies comes as a result of a need to better manage the risks associated to fatigue.
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