The term “night worker” is used to describe an increasing number of people in today’s more globalised society. These are people who regularly work between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. for at least three hours each night. The risks of the night shift are also coming to light more and more as more people start working these types of shifts, including emergency personnel, healthcare employees, factory workers, and even white-collar investment brokers. Regrettably, many people who work in this field are unaware of the dangers or how to guard against major health problems.

You will learn in-depth information on the risks of working at night in this course. It starts off by discussing night employment in general and providing an overview of the pertinent UK laws governing this kind of shift work. The discussion of the risks of working at night is the next topic covered in the course. Then, information is given to the children about how to lessen or minimise these risks. Finally, coping mechanisms are offered, which reduces the loneliness that comes with working nights.

  • Examples of jobs that fulfil the concept of "night workers" and what that term means
  • Information on the laws and guidelines governing night workers in the UK
  • Information on the effects of working at night on your physical and emotional health Suggestions for avoiding some risks connected with night work
  • Advice on how to lessen the impact of hazards that cannot be avoided
  • Details about how to manage the effects that night work may have on your sense of fulfilment in life and your social circle

  • Gaining knowledge of the various regulations that apply differently to night workers than to those who work during the day
  • Having a technical understanding of night work
  • Understanding the dangers of working the night shift
  • Finding out how to lessen the negative effects of night work on your health
  • Deciding how to manage the effects night work may have on several aspects of your life, such as your sense of wellbeing

Unit 01: Introduction to Working at Night

Unit 02: Risks and Hazards of Being a Night Worker

Unit 03: Preventing and Mitigating Risks Faced by Night Workers

Unit 04: Coping with the Impact of Night Work


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