365x24x7 (sleep patterns)

George Bonser gbonser at seven.com
Fri Apr 15 16:08:26 CDT 2011


> 
> As the FAA has lately demonstrated, single person night shifts is
> generally a bad thing if you actually want them to stay awake.
> 
> --
> Jeff Shultz
> 

Jeff, there are other reasons for not having a single individual on an
overnight shift.  A person can have an unexpected medical emergency at
any time or experience an accident.  Getting help to them quickly can
make a difference between life and death.  Even choking on a meal can
have a completely different outcome if there is another person
available.  Having only one person in a facility overnight by themselves
just isn't a good idea, in my opinion.






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