Fatigue and Human Error
How does fatigue impact human error? How do you prove that fatigue was the cause of an incident?
Having been a former shiftworker in chemical plant environments, Bill Sirois is well acquainted with the effects of shift schedules and long, irregular hours on fatigue, human error, and impaired performance. He will be answering these questions and more at the 2009 TapRooT® Summit in Nashville, Tennessee October 7-9, 2009 during his best practice presentations, How Fatigue Impacts Human Error and How to Prove that Fatigue Was the Cause of an Incident.
Bill is Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Circadian Technologies, Inc. (CTI). Circadian is the leading research, information and consulting firm specializing in reducing the costs, risks and liabilities of shiftwork and extended hours operations.
Bill has a chemical engineering and ergonomics background, with more than three decades of operational management and consulting experience in the areas of health, safety, and productivity. He is internationally recognized as an expert in workforce management, and is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal and numerous trade publications.
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