Worker Fatigue Infographic
The clocks changed this past week and many people have had their normal sleep schedules disrupted. Worker fatigue can lead to accidents. Pay close attention to workers who seem tired and distracted. This infographic provides tips from OSHA on managing fatigue. Do you have any of your own?
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