Online Night Workers Health Assessment Questionnaire
The Working Time Regulations 1998 Health Assessment Questionnaire - Night Workers
A night worker is an employee who is scheduled to work at least 3 hours of his/her daily working time during night time on the majority of days on which he/she is scheduled to work. Night time is defined as the period between 11 pm and 6 am.
Night workers are entitled to a voluntary health assessment to check whether they are fit for the work to be done. Very few health problems will prevent people being able to work at night, and where there is a medical problem which could be relevant it will almost always be possible for the person to be able to work during night hours with suitable modifications to their treatment programme.
The purpose of the questionnaire is to ask whether you have any health problem which could be affected by night work, so that where necessary an appropriate medical review can be arranged. The questionnaire will be confidential to the Occupational Health Department but a report on your fitness will be provided to your manager who is responsible for work assignments and for the arrangements for health and safety at work.
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