Corporate Sleep Program

Quality sleep benefits both employees and your business.

If you are interested in improving the health and safety of your workplace and increasing productivity, contact us to learn how to get started.

Our Corporate Sleep Program Addresses

  • Why sleep is important

  • Risks of sleep deprivation

  • Common underlying sleep disorders and testing information

  • Strategies to achieve better-quality sleep

Be a leader in the Sleep Movement

Providing sleep education and resources to your workforce boosts your commitment to the health and safety of your employees.

Research has shown that healthy employees demonstrate greater focus, have fewer sick days, and are less prone to accidents. Within the Canadian workplace, up to 23,000 worker injuries could be prevented on an annual basis with the placement of effective interventions.

Are you interested in improving the health and safety of your employees while increasing their productivity?

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Health and Safety

Rakel N. Kling, MSc, Christopher B. McLeod, PhD, and Mieke Koehoorn, PhD. Sleep Problems and Workplace Injuries in Canada Sleep. 2010 May 1; 33(5): 611–618.

Statistics Canada. Health Reports. 2005 November.

Hafner, Marco, Martin Stepanek, Jirka Taylor, Wendy M. Troxel, and Christian Van Stolk, Why sleep matters — the economic costs of insufficient sleep: A cross-country comparative analysis. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2016.

Uehli, K., Mehta, A. J., Miedinger, D., Hug, K., Schindler, C., Holsboer-Trachsler, E., Leuppi, J. D., & Kunzil, N. (2014). Sleep problems and work injuries: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 18, 61-73.Canada Safety Council.

Université Laval. “Sleep disorders affect 40 percent of Canadians.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 8 September 2011.

Statistics Canada. Perspective Catalog. Summer 1995.

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