How well do train driver's sleep in relay vans?

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Relay working operations typically require two crews of train drivers to work a rotating 8-h schedule for two or more days. While one crew is driving, the other has the opportunity to sleep onboard the train. The current study investigated the impact of relay work on drivers sleep quantity and quality. Fourteen drivers wore wrist activity monitors and… (More)

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@article{Lamond2005HowWD, title={How well do train driver's sleep in relay vans?}, author={Nicole Lamond and David Darwent and Drew Dawson}, journal={Industrial health}, year={2005}, volume={43 1}, pages={98-104} }