Night Working

A night worker's average normal hours of work must not exceed eight hours for each 24-hour period. Except in certain specific circumstances young workers cannot work between the hours of 10pm - 6am or 11pm - 7am. Night workers must have the opportunity of free health assessment before taking up night work and at regular intervals. Whenever possible a night worker should be transferred to suitable day work if a medical practitioner confirms to the employer that they are suffering health problems connected with doing night work.

Employees -

Working at night


Rules about working at night

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