The Safety Problem

For companies with workers operating in transportation, energy, shipping and manufacturing, the wellbeing of their associates can mean the difference between successful operations and tragedy. The rigorous demands on shift workers alone result in high rates of fatigue-related accidents, especially at night. Unmanaged and undetected sleep issues are driving exposure to risk and safety, which is why we're here to help you learn the correlation between fatigue and workplace safety.

45 percent of Americans report sleep problems
50 percent success rate of other treatment models

“Working with FusionHealth has enabled Pilot Flying J to stay ahead of team member fatigue and sleep-related problems. Our team members feel better and are well-rested, which has improved their productivity, health, and safety.”

Stephen Huskey Pilot Flying J

“FusionHealth has enabled us to address the critical issue of sleep apnea and its powerful effect among our commercial drivers without a significant productivity loss to our business.”

John Pryor Southeastern Freight Lines

“Our drivers feel better, have more energy, are more interactive with their families and their overall attitude towards life has improved. With FusionHealth they are getting restorative, healthy sleep to make them better, safer drivers.”

Karla Staver SAIA