Shift workers of all types face challenges to getting enough sleep while managing long hours, overnight shifts, and changing schedules that fluctuate between day and night.
The air traffic controllers’ union thinks they figured out how to solve the issue of controllers falling asleep on the job. And their proposed solution is to… have air traffic controllers sleep on the job? The union representing air... Read Post
WASHINGTON — Air traffic controllers are at greater risk for fatigue, errors and accidents because they work schedules known as “rattlers” that make it likely they’ll get little or no sleep before overnight shifts, according to a go... Read Post