Work Time of a Crew in European and Polish Law

Piotr Kasprzyk, Anna Konert, Magdalena Barbara Rycak

Abstract


Employee fatigue increases over time, and contributes to situations that endanger health and even life. Under the determinants of health, the human working environment is mentioned, including the working time, schedule, shifts, rest periods as well as the work pace. The aim of the article is to analyze the existing provisions regarding working time in aviation and it has been restricted to civil aviation mobile personnel, which is understood here as crew members on board of a civil aircraft, employed in a Member State.

Keywords


Working Time, Schedule, Shifts

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