The effects of shiftwork on the performance of watchstanders at Coast Guard communication stations.
Ely, David Clark
Neil, Douglas E.
Roberts, Nancy C.
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An analysis of a Coast Guard theory and research on shiftwork is documented and discussed to provide background for the analysis. An examination is made to evaluate function of location within the existing watch schedule. A survey is conducted among watchstanding personnel to examine their opinions personnel performance as a schedule and relevant differences between performance watch system is presented. Current and motivations towards the existing watch factors. Results indicate that there are minor during day watches and performance Similarly, the study indicated that performance within a given watch declines as time on watch increases for day watches during night watches, only; this pattern does not hold for night watches.
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