WEBINAR: Shiftwork and Shift Scheduling Practices

July 10, 2018 | 10:00  to 11:00 AM CST

This event has been postponed.  Please check back soon for updates on a new June date.

SGA Webinar

What are the most common shift features and schedules being utilized in shift scheduling practices of gas control operations? How were they selected? You will learn industry best practices for assessing and changing shift schedules,  technical input on evaluating shift schedules and review methods for engaging your workforce to conduct a shift schedule change management process.


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Meet the Experts

AMoore Ede

Andrew Moore-Ede,Circadian

Andrew Moore-Ede, the Director of Client Services for CIRCADIAN®, is an expert in the design and implementation of Fatigue Risk Management Systems (FRMS) in transportation and industrial 24/7 operations. Over the past 12 years with CIRCADIAN®, Andrew has worked with many gas control room operations as well as other major corporations on conducting fatigue, workload and staffing risk assessments, as well as implementing fatigue training programs and leading shift scheduling projects to help optimize the health, safety and productivity of shift workers. 


Who Should Participate?

Need help deciding if you or someone from your team should sign up...

  • Are you responsible for managing shift shedules?
  • Are you interested in learning industry best practices for shift scheduling management?
  • Are you interested in learning more about shift scheduling in 24/7 operations?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, this webinar was designed with you in mind! Time to get registered. 

What's The Investment? 

Webinar Pricing – Member: $99 | Non-Member: $149

FREE to Employees of SGA Network PLUS+ Members

What Else?

PDH/CPE: This webinar may qualify for up to 1 professional development hour upon completion. This webinar does not qualify for CPE. 

Sponsoring Committees:
 Gas Control

Refund Policy: As registration includes a recorded playback option, refunds are not given for webinars.

Still have questions? Contact Member Services about registration. Contact Gary Hines about content.