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TPD partnership creates North America’s only fit-for-duty fatigue check for temporary staff

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TPD partner hip creates North America's only fit for duty fatigue check for temporary staff

Scientifically validated sleep technology helps create next-level health and safety program for temporary workers in high-risk industries.

International workforce and HR solutions company TPD and Fatigue Science recently announced a partnership creating North America’s only Fit-for-Duty Fatigue Check for staffing services. This program helps ensure temporary staff sourced by TPD are alert and safe while on the job.

According to TPD President Paul Tournier, the importance detecting and managing fatigue risk levels is a top priority for health and safety in heavy industries, particularly with temporary workers.

“We are excited to announce this partnership as it’s the first of its kind in the industry,” says Tournier. “The safety of our staff is paramount. With this new technology TPD and our clients will be able to reduce fatigue-related risk in their safety sensitive operations, protecting both their bottom line and our people.”

Learn more about how TPD is using Fatigue Science to predict fatigue and prevent accidents.

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