“Life in space is so complicated that a lot of logistics have to be off-loaded to the ground if astronauts are to actually do anything substantive.” And one the most time-consuming logistics is scheduling. Just to build the schedule for the U.S. side of the international space station requires a full-time team of 50 staffers.
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There was an article on LinkedIn discussing employee risk prevention and vision problems specifically. It reminded us of our earlier work with Workforce Asset Management Book of Knowledge (WAMBOK), John Wiley and Sons 2013.
Look at your workforce data
The energy and manufacturing industries have long struggled with safety, risk, and fatigue management. They offer a variety of training and education programs, but tracking those alone is not enough. To be proactive in protecting our workforce, we need to look at our workforce data.
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