The SAW Fatigue and Lung Health Surveillance Program (FLHSP) – our occupational program, is customized for employees in occupations or industries that may be at risk of developing lung problems due to the nature and condition under which they work. Maple Respiratory Group Inc. provides a “Fatigue and Lung Health Surveillance Program” (FLHSP) which provides a complete solution for employers to provide appropriate protection and monitoring, which involves a range of strategies and methods to assess the early signs of adverse effects on the health of employees.
MRG fatigue management program is designed to address the issue of employee fatigue through a comprehensive approach that includes:
MRG ensure scheduling convenient time and location for fatigue and Lung Health screening process in cooperation with the appropriate workplace contact Providing individualized, initial baseline fatigue and lung health evaluation of employees followed by ongoing surveillance monitoring with the following measures:
Untreated Sleep Apnea impact quality of life and also increase a person’s risk of heart attack, stroke, Type II diabetes and other cardiovascular problems by 50%. Drivers with untreated Sleep Apnea are 6x more likely to be involved in an accident. Driving with Sleep Apnea is no different than driving under the influence of Alcohol. Quite simply, getting treated saves lives.
Sleep Apnea is the chronic interruption of breathing for 10 seconds or more during sleep. People with Sleep Apnea may stop breathing hundreds of time a night which can lead to several other serious and even life threatening health problems.
You’re already paying a penalty for Sleep Apnea but with no return. The Sassani study (2004) estimates that for every dollar a company spends testing and treating drivers with sleep apnea, they would achieve three dollars of net savings. Our Stay Alert Workforce program will not only reduce your costs but will also improve productivity and reduce employee turnover.
For more information or to book a session in your workplace, please contact your SAW team by phone at 604-566-7662 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.