Guidance for Employers and Employees on Night and Shift …
employees can take at work to reduce any adverse effects of night or shift work. It will assist employers in managing night and shift work so as to comply with the legislation and to prevent fatigue and any associated illness arising in employees. The guide gives practical advice on carrying out risk assessments, shift design and the
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