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CBC’s ‘The National’ reports on Fatigue Science’s work with transport and elite sports clients

 

 

On October 14th, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) aired a special report on their nightly news cast ‘The National’. The report The Danger of Drowsy featured Fatigue Science and some of our customers.

CBC News’ reporter David Common took an in-depth look at human fatigue in the trucking industry, highlighting Fatigue Science’s work with BC-based Arrow Transportation Systems and their drivers.

Also covered in the report was our experience with professional sports teams, such as the Seattle Seahawks, in the area of sleep and high performance management for elite athletes.

Our thanks to the CBC and our valued customers who took part in this effort.

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