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Fatigue Resources

Americans receive little education on the importance of sleep, sleep disorders and the consequences of fatigue, but you can help draw attention to this issue by sharing these infographics, fact sheets, posters and other resources.

Infographic: Working Against Your Body Clock

Circadian rhythm is the physical, mental and behavioral changes that follow a 24-hour cycle. Disturbance of this cycle is a key risk factor for fatigue and can lead to depression, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Get the infographic.

Infographic: Dangers of Drowsy Driving

Losing two hours of sleep has the same affect on driving as having three beers. You are three times more likely to be in a crash if you are fatigued. Drowsy driving puts you and everyone around you at risk. Get the infographic.

Infographic: Riskiest Work Schedules

Safety incidents are 30% higher during night shifts. You also are at risk if you work an irregular shift, rotating schedule or long hours. All of these types of work schedules can upset your body clock. Get the infographic.

Webinar: Managing Fatigue in the Workplace

More than 37% of employees are sleep-deprived. Those most at risk work the night shift, long shifts, rotating shifts or irregular shifts. Watch the webinar.

Survey Report: Fatigue in the Workplace

NSC surveyed more than 2,000 workers on fatigue. What are the risk factors and how do they play a role in your workplace?

Get the Report

Poster: Drowsy Driving is Impaired Driving

Poster: How Fatigue Affects Our Bodies

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