Integrated Safety Support

4B - Sleep, Fatigue & Performance Studies

Using objective, quantitative and self-reported data streams, the highly popular Studies investigate how work hours, sleep and performance interact within the workforce. Studies can also be done with contractors, to increase the transparency of their practices to provide higher levels of assurance.

Benefits include:

  • Use objective and self-reported data related to sleep, performance, fatigue and other relevant measures to build deep understanding about current work practices
  • Reduce any emotional opinions about work hours, fatigue, performance, etc. by balancing the conversations using relevant data from your workforce
  • Use technology to enhance your company’s ability to understand relationships between different sources of data including work hours, sleep, safety metrics, time of the day, etc.

Variations available:

  • Standard Studies include collection of objective sleep data using non-invasive wrist-word ‘sleep monitor’ devices in conjunction with hours of work and self-reported fatigue data
  • Advanced Studies also include objective performance throughout the 24-hour day using the objective Psychomotor Vigilance Task (PVT)

Get a quote

To get a quote for a workforce study, please contact Dr Adam Fletcher