The stress caused by night work shifts against the natural state of the biological clock can cause serious wellness problems and important personal and financial impact on both the individual and the employer.
Driving fatigue is the leading cause of accidents among night workers and accounts for 25% to 30% of fatal accidents at work. Reduced alertness at night increases the risk of an accident.
By promoting an increase in the night workers’ level of alertness and favoring their daytime sleep, we help them to increase their contribution, optimize their productivity and create more value for the company
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Our mission is to increase businesses’ productivity without compromising on the well-being and safety of the workers. We seek and develop for your benefit, innovative solutions from science and technology, aimed at improving alertness at work. Reduced alertness is known to be one of the major cause of accident and errors on the road and at work. We take your safety to heart, because we understand that what is precious to you awaits you at home.
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that driver fatigue is responsible for at least 100,000 motor vehicle accidents each year in North America. This translates into approximately 1,550 deaths, 71,000 injuries and $ 12.5 billion in monetary losses.
In a recent survey, the National Sleep Foundation observed that 60% of adult drivers (approximately 168 million people) say they have driven a vehicle despite feeling drowsy in the 12 months before the survey. More than a third of people (about 103 million people) report that they have already fallen asleep while driving.
Similarly, 7.4% of the North American workforce is assigned to night shifts and subject to reduced alertness resulting in a 60% higher rate of accidents than that of day shifts. Between 32% and 36% of night workers report falling asleep at work at least once a week.
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in productivity losses ($) associated with health problems and accidents at work each year.
road accidents are caused by fatigue while driving.
North American claims to have already fallen asleep at the wheel.
Productivity without compromising safety