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Shipping and Rest - How We Can Do Better

Year: 2010
Language: english
Author: C.Gehrt
Genre: Guide
Publisher: Seahealth Denmark
ISBN: 978-87-92084-05-7
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 37
Description: Rest time at sea has attracted considerable attention. Do crew get sufficient sleep? What are the consequences of lack of rest? What do the regulations on hours of rest say and how should we comply with them? These are important questions that have a significant impact on health and the safety of the ship. This guidance aims to give some answers and to inspire a fresh look at work planning to make it possible to ensure more people get the rest they need.
Sleep and sufficient rest are absolutely critical for us to be able to function optimally and to attend to our duties safely and efficiently. It is not just a question of the immediate well-being of the crew. It is crucial for the vessel’s safety and efficiency and the quality of the work that is done. Prolonged lack of sleep is also damaging to the health. There must be the right balance between work and rest time.
Оценка: 4.9 / 5 (Голосов: 12)
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