Managing sleep and fatigue on railway projects

IOSH Railway Group webinar

Managing sleep and fatigue on railway projects
  • Wed 14 Feb 2018 12:30 PM -
    Wed 14 Feb 2018 1:30 PM



  • Development course, Online events

    Railway Group

  • This event is free to attend

Overview

The IOSH Railway Group is pleased to confirm details of another webinar being run in the new year, this time on managing sleep and fatigue on railway projects. Being delivered by Judith Devlin, Training Manager at Morgan Sindall Rail and Electrification, Judith will be using this session to alert delegates to the innovative work Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd has completed on the management of fatigue.

Judith has been involved in training and safety for 14 years and specifically within the rail industry for the past 10 years and is currently working for Morgan Sindall as Sentinel Training Manager and Safety Lead on their Stirling, Dunblane & Alloa project. Whilst working on the EGIP project for Morgan Sindall Judith led the Fatigue Science pilot and has become passionate about fatigue and the impact it has on health and wellbeing. 

What's in it for you?

The aim of this session is to go through the pro-active fatigue monitoring using technology and learning to improve the management of fatigue and sleep on railway projects, with the hope that in doing so, you will be encouraged to innovate too.

At the end of the hour, delegates will be able to:

  • describe the key components of the approach to fatigue monitoring and sleep management
  • understand the challenges encountered and how they were overcome
  • see the benefits of using fatigue management
  • locate where additional help and guidance can be obtained 

Who should attend

This webinar is aimed at all IOSH Railway Group members, and any other non-members who work in, or have an interest in the rail industry. 

What you need to know

This webinar is free to attend and you will need to register online in order to book onto the event. 

If you have any questions about the webinar, please contact Ben Pollard who will be able to assist.

PLEASE NOTE: Webinars take place using an online software programme called Zoom. It is important that you check that your computer/laptop is compatible with the software and that the relevant plugins and security firewalls permit access. Please check with your IT department to make sure you will be able to access the webinar properly.

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