Identify the Fatigue Risk-Zones in Your Schedules with a Shift-Scheduling Assessment

So You Can Reduce the Costs Associated with Fatigue-Contributed Accidents & Errors

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Identify the Fatigue-Risk-Zones in Your Schedules with a Shift-Scheduling Assessment 

So You Can Reduce the Costs Associated with Fatigue-Contributed Accidents & Errors

Schedule with Our Safety Analytics Experts Today

A Fatigue Risk Shift Schedule Assessment Gives Managers in Safety-Sensitive Industries the Ability To:

  • Reduce the high cost of fatigue-contributed accidents and errors
  • Improve overall safety performance
  • Enable managers and workers to co-create a culture of safety in which everyone contributes to better and better outcomes
  • Reduce fatigue-related costs including the soft costs of worker absenteeism and reduced productivity
  • Optimize efficiency

A Fatigue Risk Schedule Assessment includes a review by our fatigue-data analysts of your organization’s shift schedules using leading-edge circadian science and our patented PRISM Fatigue Risk algorithm. Then, we compare your shift schedules to shift guidelines derived from the principles of circadian science and validated in high-risk occupational environments.

The analysis includes:

  • Shift patterns and how they impact circadian rhythms
  • How breaks are organized
  • What countermeasures are offered to employees for fatigue mitigation
  • Commute times for employees
  • Hydration and nutrition options during shift
  • Temperatures in workspaces
  • A cursory review of employee health issues for “fit for duty” risks
  • Additional factors related to worker lifestyle

Once complete, you receive:

  • A fatigue heat map displaying fatigue areas within each schedule
  • Specific fatigue risk zones within your shifts
  • The percentage of fatigue risk by job title and schedule
  • Recovery time afforded by specific shift patterns
  • The fatigue risk impact of shift pressure
  • An overall fatigue risk summary
  • Insights and recommendations to reduce fatigue risk within existing schedules and policies
Warehouse Worker Has Work Related Accident and Falls.
Warehouse Worker Has Work Related Accident and Falls.

Unmanaged Fatigue Is…

A tired worker is a dangerous worker, maybe even as dangerous as one who is intoxicated. Balance, coordination, and motor skills, as well as cognitive functioning, are all negatively affected by fatigue, increasing your risk for accidents and errors.


Putting Your Company At Risk

Fatigue has been cited as a factor in some of the biggest industrial accidents in history, including:

  • The Exxon Valdez Tanker Accident (1995)
  • BP Texas City oil refinery explosion (2005)
  • Colgan Air Crash (2009)
  • Deepwater Horizon oil spill (2010)
  • Nuclear accidents at Chernobyl (1986) and Three Mile Island (1979)

Costing Your Company Money

A typical employer with 1,000 employees can expect to lose more than $1.5 million a year due to fatigue: 

  • $272,000 due to absenteeism
  • $776,000 due to “presenteeism” (employees who are at work but not fully functional)
  • $536,000 in healthcare costs

Three Steps to a Safer, More Productive Work Force

1. Assess & Analyze

Workers take the 60-second, app-based, validated*, AlertMeter® Impairment Test. Results are analyzed and compared with a personal baseline to determine pass or fail.

2. Track & Notifiy

Results are tracked and added to PRISM’s predictive alghorythm. Supervisors are notified if worker demonstrates acute fatigue sufficient to induce impairment or when a worker is at risk for becoming impaired due to fatigue.

3. Manage & Mitigate

Armed with objective data, workers and supervisors can collaborate in employing simple, proactive, effective countermeasures so that in most cases, workers can remain on the job, safely.

Don’t just wait for another fatigue-contributed workplace accident.

Activate the power of data-driven, predictive prevention.

Research indicates that working 12 hours per day is associated with a 37% increased risk of injury.

At Predictive Safety, we believe that risk can be measured, safety can be quantified, and hazards can be managed and mitigated. Our fatigue management system, PRISM works with our patented AlertMeter® impairment assessment software to provide safety-sensitive companies with a reliable, objective, cost-effect tool to assess real-time impairment and fatigue, and in some cases, can also provide an innovative, cost-saving, and more effective, alternative to drug testing.


Increased risk when working 12 hours


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