Rebel Sleep Institute is committed to helping reduce employees’ risk of preventable accidents, injuries, and sub-optimal performance. We aim to align our programs to relevant industry standards and evidence based best practices such as the NAFMP, the FMCSA, the Canadian Council of Motor Transport and the Canadian Thoracic Society.

Fatigue is a serious issue in the workplace that can impact both individuals and organizations. With the prevalence of fatigue in Canadian workplaces, it is important for organizations to take proactive steps to address the issue. Rebel Sleep Institute's Workplace Sleep and Fatigue Program offers a comprehensive solution for addressing workplace fatigue, including Sleep-Health Treatment Program, Wellness Fair Booth Support, Fatigue Risk Management Consultation, and Sleep and Fatigue Educational Solutions.

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By prioritizing sleep health and fatigue management, Canadian organizations can create a safer, healthier, and more productive work environment for their employees. To learn more about our programs, check out our blog post titled Fatigue's Impact in the Workplace

Your needs. Your pace.

Our workplace solutions are meticulously crafted to grow and evolve in alignment with your organization's pace and specific requirements. We offer a comprehensive suite of both off-the-shelf and tailor-made solutions to help you effectively manage various competing priorities while ensuring your workplace environment remains optimized for success.

Easy Integration

By employing our systems-based solutions, we seamlessly integrate with your company culture and existing processes, prioritizing your organizational needs. We aim for your fatigue management processes to continue thriving long after our initial engagement, ensuring lasting effectiveness and success. Our commitment to sustainability and continuous improvement drives our approach.

Exceptional Quality

Our team collaborates diligently to ensure that our workplace offerings are truly client-centered and firmly rooted in evidence-based practices. Our approach places a strong emphasis on individual needs and well-founded strategies; we don't rely on guesswork but rather on valid and reliable evidence to guide our decision-making. This commitment to data-driven solutions underpins our dedication to delivering the highest quality service to our clients.

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Discover the range of workplace programs and educational resources we offer to empower your team. These resources are designed to enhance workplace productivity, foster a culture of growth, and support ongoing learning and development.

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Return on Investment

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 43 percent of employees admit they may be too tired to function safely at work.

Recognizing the significance of this statistic, we can assist you in assessing the risks associated with fatigue in your workplace and help you calculate the potential return on investment for implementing a comprehensive Fatigue Risk Management Program tailored to your organization's needs.

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