Long Island Federation of Labor and NYCOSH Forum: Strategies to Address the Hazards of Non-traditional Work Schedules

NYSUT Nassau Regional Office 1000 Woodbury Road, Suite 214 Woodbury, NY, 11797

Shift workers and former shift workers have shown more signs of ill health than people on fixed day work. Short-term effects associated with night work and other schedules outside the traditional 9am to 5pm include gastrointestinal symptoms, increased risk of injuries and accidents, and insomnia. Long-term effects include cardiovascular disease, diabetes and depression, among others. Join us to learn more about shiftwork hazards and to discuss strategies to support the health and safety of shift workers.


Jordana B. Rothschild, M.D. and Kenneth Richard Spaeth, M.D.

Northwell Health


Wednesday, October 25, 2017

10:00am to 12:00pm

Refreshments served at 9:30 am

 Location: New York State United Teachers

1000 Woodbury Road, Suite 214

Woodbury, NY

Sponsored by the Long Island Federation of Labor and NYCOSH

                    Please register at this link: http://bit.ly/2wSTWTc

For more information, contact Dwan Williams at 212-227-6440, x10.

 These training sessions are made possible, in part, by a grant from the New York State Department of Labor, Hazard Abatement Board, C17002GG.