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Stories from 2013

Clockwork present at Fatigue Management workshop, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 11-12 November, 2013 Clockwork Research Director, Dr Alexandra Holmes, and Principal Researcher, Dr Katharina Lederle, have both been invited to deliver presentations at the IPIECA/OGP workshop 'Managing Fatigue in the Oil and Gas Industry' which takes place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on 11-12th November, 2013....Read more

Clockwork present at Norwegian HEMS conference

OSLO, 5th November, 2013 Clockwork Research Managing Director, Dr Paul Jackson, was invited to speak at the Scandinavian HEMS (Helicopter Emergency Medical Services) and Air Ambulance Review (SHARE) meeting which took place in Oslo on 5th and 6th November 2013. Hosted by the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation, the meeting was the...Read more

Clockwork present at International Shiftwork Conference, Brazil

6th November São Paulo, Brazil Clockwork's Principal Researcher, Dr Katharina Lederle, presented a paper at the 21st International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time, held in Sao Paulo, Brazil between 4th-8th November. Dr Lederle's paper, titled “Identifying fatigue hazards and checking compliance against company and industry standards in a global...Read more

Managing fatigue in Peru

The Clockwork Research fatigue auditing team has completed a 2-week project in Peru, where they conducted a fatigue risk site assessment at the Yanacocha gold mining operation in the Cajamarca region in the north of the country. Dr Paul Jackson and Dr Katharina Lederle were invited to undertake the assessment...Read more

Sleep and fatigue in the news

A round-up of recent news stories featuring sleep and fatigue. Researchers at Oxford University say they have found the "molecular brakes" that prevent light resetting the body clock when we fly - causing jet lag. More Brain scans of people who say they have insomnia have shown differences in brain...Read more

UK Government launches consultation on drug driving

London, 10th July 2013 The UK Government today launched a consultation on proposals for the controlled drugs and corresponding limits to specify in regulations for the new drug-driving offence. This follows the publication earlier this year of the Expert Panel’s Report on Driving Under the Influence of Drugs, for which...Read more

New appointments at Clockwork

Due to continuing demand for our services we are delighted to announce the appointment of  three new members to the Clockwork team. The three new appointments are: Dr John Caldwell - Scientific Advisor Dr Marie-Do Dupuy - Principal Consultant Sarah Booth - Researcher Dr John Caldwell is widely recognised as...Read more

Managing fatigue in Qatar

May 3rd, London The Clockwork Research fatigue auditing team has just returned from a 2-week project in Qatar, where they conducted a fatigue risk site assessment at a LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) operation at Ras Laffan Industrial City in north-east Qatar. Dr Paul Jackson and Dr Katharina Lederle were invited...Read more

Opportunities for Researchers at Clockwork

RESEARCHERS / SENIOR RESEARCHERS Salary Negotiable Due to continued demand for our services we currently have opportunities for Researchers, one at a senior level. The Researcher vacancy will suit someone who has completed (or is close to finishing) a Masters degree in one of the following areas:  Human Factors, Safety Management, Sleep/Physiology...Read more

Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – new report published

7th March, London The UK Department for Transport has today published an independent report setting out specific drug-drive ‘thresholds’ above which the drivers will face prosecution in future. The report, ‘Driving Under the Influence of Drugs’, was drawn up by an expert panel led by Dr Kim Wolff, reader in...Read more