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Summary: WASHINGTON - Increased numbers of workers pull the night shift.
Night employees will resent managers/coworkers who say that the night shift is somehow lighter than other shifts.
A study from researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that night shift workers are 4-5 times more likely to crash their cars than those on the day shift.
But, with major new upgraded products now boosting output once again at Lode Lane, the reintroduction of night shifts was warmly welcomed by Unite union leaders.
The study found the threat rose the more night shifts they did.
Women who worked 15 or more years of rotating night shifts, which was defined as working three or more night shifts per month, also experienced an increase in lung cancer mortality.
Gobash said a ministerial resolution allowed women to work night shifts in hotels, restaurants, cafes, cinema and music theatres as well as similar jobs.
Night shift information was collected in 1988, at which time 85,197 nurses responded.
During the hospital's investigation, Mrs O'Neil admitted to using Entonox on the night shift of February 22 and 23, but failed to admit taking it on other occasions.
all doors and avenues of egress from all of defendant's Massachusetts supermarkets are locked, and no worker working the night shift is allowed to leave for any reason.
com/channel/UCWMfWO3RogBMexJMzoD22BA) The Night Shift
Studies in the field show the risk of an accident occurring due to four consecutive night shifts is around 36 percent greater compared to having worked one night shift, the agency said.