SleepWorkshopBlossWorkplace

With an estimated 4.1 million people working night shifts, it’s important that they understand the importance of sleep and try to explore ways in which they can try to achieve better daytime sleeping habits.

Lack of quality sleep can lead to all sorts of issues from sleepiness and fatigue in the workplace to poor concentration, absenteeism, accidents, errors, injuries etc.

This workshop is aimed at any organisation that is interested in understanding more about how to support their shift workers with their sleep and how better sleep not only helps to improve their employees’ health and wellbeing but will have a positive impact across all areas in the workplace.

Workshop Outline

  • What is sleep?
  • Sleep physiology
  • How shift work affects sleep
  • The impact sleep deprivation has
  • Coping strategies to improve sleep when working shifts

How the workshop is delivered

  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Online
  • Number of Attendees: up to 40
  • Includes a 15 min Q&A session and PDF summary

About Vicki

Vicki is a leading sleep expert and has worked on a number of evidence based sleep projects across all areas of sleep from newborns to adults.

Enquire at [email protected]