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Newcrest’s Lihir mine deploys Readi site-wide for predictive fatigue management

Fatigue Science is proud to announce that Newcrest Mining Limited has deployed its Readi predictive fatigue management technology site-wide at its Lihir mine site in Papua New Guinea.
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Fatigue Science Wins Green Cross Safety Innovation Award

The National Safety Council announced Fatigue Science wins its prestigious Green Cross Award for Safety Innovation.
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Glencore Lomas Bayas implements Readi FMIS

Glencore's Compañía Minera Lomas Bayas (CMLB), a major producer of low-grade oxide copper ore, announced the implementation of Readi FMIS for predictive fatigue management throughout its site located in the Antofagasta Region.
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Fatigue Science launches Machine Learning engine providing world’s first workforce fatigue predictions without wearables

Fatigue Science is pleased to announce the commercial launch of a breakthrough technology advance in its fatigue management platform. For the first time ever, customers can now obtain validated, personalized fatigue predictions for operators in their workforce, without requiring the use of wearables.
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Supervisor App Upgrade: Offline Mode and Hotspots View for shift supervisors

Fatigue Science announces Offline Mode and Hotspots View for shift supervisors, enabling proactive fatigue intervention in underground and remote environments.
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Mine sites achieve $6M benefit using predictive fatigue tech

Discover how 2 mines each achieved a $6M annual benefit in productivity and safety improvements using Readi FMIS. 
US Navy uses Readi sleep tech
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U.S. Navy partners with Fatigue Science to prevent sailor fatigue

The US Navy announced a major effort to use data-driven technology to address the problem of sailor fatigue. Using the Readi platform from Fatigue Science to generate sleep and fatigue analytics, the Navy is now able to relate the readiness of individual sailors to the cumulative risk of the fleet.
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Safety sensitive shift work industries waking up to the risks of fatigue exposure

This conversation is growing across many industries, from leaders in mining to transportation to critical infrastructure. In fact, a recent article published from CNN by Gregory Wallace — Fatigue is starting to put safety at risk, pilots say — has raised this mission-critical issue as well.
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Fatigue Science launches ReadiWatch, the first purpose-built industrial wearable delivering predictive and realtime Fatigue Alerts without a smartphone

Fatigue Science, the global leader in predictive fatigue analytics and information systems for heavy industry and military, is pleased to announce the release of ReadiWatch, a purpose-built smartwatch delivering predictive fatigue awareness and both real-time and predictive Fatigue Alerts to operators and the enterprise in safety-sensitive industrial environments.
Industrial worker looking at the Readi platform on his tablet.
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Fatigue Science announces new funding from BDC to scale its predictive fatigue management platform for heavy industry

Fatigue Science, the global leader in predictive fatigue management technology, is pleased to announce that it has received a USD $1.0M investment from BDC Capital — one of Canada’s most prominent tech-industry and startup investors.
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How to increase worker productivity and reduce unscheduled downtime with predictive fatigue management

Across heavy industry, awareness of fatigue risk is growing. In industries such as mining, oil & gas, and construction, worker fatigue regularly causes safety incidents. However, even when fatigue-related incidents don’t occur, fatigue poses significant challenges to worker productivity and unscheduled downtime.
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From HSE to supervisors to workers: with predictive fatigue management, everyone has a role to play

Now, the era of predictive fatigue management technology is quickly changing this picture. With predictive technology, each member of an organization, from top to bottom, has a unique role to play in reducing fatigue. Everyone can now work to a common goal based on the same set of fatigue data.
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How to implement a proactive and data-driven worker fatigue risk management program

In this article, you’ll learn how to implement a proactive and data-driven worker fatigue risk management program that utilizes sleep science-based software and wearable technology to make fatigue visible within your workforce. And even better, you’ll see exactly where to allocate resources to have a focused and quantifiable fatigue risk management program.