Fatigue: A Risk Too Often Overlooked

Everyone has done it at one time or another: skip on sleep to meet a deadline or complete a job. Many workers regularly work overtime, sometimes for several days in a row. Fatigue affects our body and our mind; therefore, it also affects our work. Tired employees put their health and safety at risk as well as the safety of customers and colleagues. Over time, people who regularly get 6 hours or less of sleep will find their reaction time has slowed from a quarter of a second to almost 4 seconds. That’s enough time to hit someone with a forklift or be able to get yourself or others out of harm’s way. They don’t call it split second decisions for nothing! But fatigue makes it harder to make th

Announcing New Systems 24-7 Training Reports

Since March this year, Systems 24-7 has been beta testing new training reports. On July 1st, 2019 Dunk & Associates/Systems 24-7 will be launching and transitioning all Systems 24-7 clients to the new training reports. Access to the old reports will be removed on this date. If you have already been using our new reports, that’s amazing! You will not experience any further updates or changes. If you haven’t yet experienced our new reports, now is the time to get in the system and play! We have more reports available and better features. With our new reports, you can save your selected filters to make reporting easier in the future, view length of time a user spends completing training, export

I'm Not Happy at Work

One of my favourite quotes is, “If you want to change the world, start in the home.” As Canadians, we have this real knack for small talk and light complaining. “Oh, I hate this weather”, is almost ingrained into our culture. We may as well put “hating weather” into the hobbies section of our resumes. But with this culture of small complaints, comes a bigger problem of complaining at work. Here’s a little psychology experiment you can do on your friends and family. We challenge you to make a small complaint about something work-related, like “Bob is always stealing my diet coke out of the fridge and it’s so annoying.” Then follow it up with a simple question, “How is work going with you?” Yo

A Note to Our Clients Regarding Internet Explorer

As of January 12, 2016, Microsoft stopped supporting Internet Explorer (IE), choosing Microsoft Edge as its modern browser. Internet Explorer 11 is still available, but it is only a legacy browser to allow companies using outdated web applications, to still support their use. So, what does this actually mean? This means that Microsoft is not supporting Internet Explorer with new or updated web standards. As the internet and websites become more advanced, the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser cannot support it. Simply put, Internet Explorer remains available as a compatibility solution for older applications, but should no longer be used for day-to-day browsing activity. Are you still using


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