Event Date/Time: Apr 06, 2009 End Date/Time: Apr 08, 2009
Early Registration Date: Feb 21, 2009
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Accidents are not evidence of the failure of humans, rather the evidence of failure to respect human condition”. Professor

James Reason

"Now, more than ever, with stiffer penalties being introduced for accidents you need to make your occupational health and safety strategies resonate with your employees and provide efficient, meaningful ways to manage risk, eliminate controllable incidents and improve productivity, safety and staff wellness. Tools such as advanced bio-schedules, advanced fatigue management programmes and work design can help you build blocks for preventing and managing fatigue across your organization.


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Fatigue Management Forum April 6-8 2009: The Garden Court OR Tambo International: Johannesburg This session is limited in size, so don’t delay! Once the class has reached capacity, we will maintain a waiting list. Case study highlights include: Combating Fatigue and related accidents through detection and monitoring-Debeers group. Adopting advanced fatigue management techniques for 24/7 operations- Anglo-American. International Workshop: Join Fatigue Management Solutions Ltd, Canada for an International FM Best Practices Workshop: Adopting advanced fatigue management to address staff vulnerability, optimise safety and performance. Hear from an expert who is part of world leading fatigue research movement, familiar with South Africa, having conducted FM work in South Africa that is prominently being highlighted by the Boston event to international researchers 24-26 March 2009. Special offers: Register 3 people and get the 4th place free! Register before 27th February and SAVE R300!