On Regulating Sleep of Public Safety Employees
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This paper reviews the data showing that sleep deprivation is a serious problem in many workplaces, and is potentially a serious problem among public safety employees, such as police and firemen. This study concludes that such employees probably do suffer a risk of accidents from their employment, but it concludes that for various political, social, and economic reasons, federal regulation on this issue is out of the question at the present time.
From the Paper:"Public safety employees -- police, fire departments, and rescue personnel - perform invaluable services, often at great personal risk. They are empowered to perform tasks and exercise authority which is reserve to them, including such matters as affecting arrests, intervening in violent situations, combating out-of-control fires, and conducting high speed operations on public highways. Their jobs involve great risk, to themselves and to those who must deal with them. Given the tremendous importance of public safety employees, and the powers and responsibilities vested in them, a proposal has been made that the..."
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