Improve Your Organization’s Safety Program with New Insights into Sleep Health, as it Applies to Public Health
The National Sleep Foundation’s 2014 Sleep Health & Safety conference will enable you to do so with a thorough examination of sleep from a public health and safety perspective. The conference will cover significant developments in fatigue research and the integration of fatigue management into safety-sensitive occupations across a diverse selection of industries.
Register today to join us at Sleep Health & Safety on November 7, 2014 in Washington, DC .
Why you should attend:
- Understand key trends facing safety-sensitive occupations.
- Hear how sleep, health & safety experts at organizations like ExxonMobil, Chevron, NASA, Delta Airlines, Southwest Airlines, the U.S. Army and more have created state-of-the art programs & practices in fatigue management & corporate wellness.
- Learn how you can create a culture of health by adopting sleep health best practices at your organization.
- Network with leading safety and public health officers across multiple industries and in academia.
Who should attend:
This program is intended for professionals in the following fields:
- Public health
- Occupational Medicine
- Human resources
- Sleep research
Chair: Benjamin Gerson, MD
Clinical Professor of Pathology and Cellular Biology, Jefferson Medical College
Clinical Professor of Medicine, Jefferson Medical College
Medical Director, University Services
Vice Chair: Steven E. Lerman, MD, MPH
Occupational Health Manager
Clinical Center of Excellence & Americas South
Exxon Mobil Corporation