Why Lack of Sleep is not a
Badge of Honor but a
License to Kill
Driver fatigue is a factor in around one in 10 crashes serious enough to be reported to the police1. Fatigue has been declared a hidden but deadly epidemic2, yet an estimated 83.6 million people in the U.S. alone drive drowsy every day3.
In this white paper, co-authored by eDriving and Behavioral Sleep Medicine Specialist, Dr. Shelby Harris, you’ll learn:
The key features of a successful fatigue risk management program
How to educate and communicate with employees
Fatigue risk factors and sleep disorders
How trip scheduling and route planning can help minimize fatigue risks
How telematics data can help managers identify fatigue warning signs
Download today! This eye-opening read will impact you as a manager and driver, and transform your attitude and behavior regarding this critical, oft-overlooked topic.
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Learn how to identify and combat fatigued driving among your drivers
1 AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety 2 National Safety Council 3 Governors Highway Safety Association