Sleep Health Promotion in the Workplace

Nicola Magnavita, Sergio Garbarino, Giovanni Tripepi

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Abstract

Poor sleep and sleepiness in the workplace are associated with accidents. A workplace sleep health promotion program was implemented in an Italian police unit. Of the 242 police officers in the unit, 218 (90%) agreed to take part in the program. A crossover trial was made in which the police officers were divided into two groups that performed sleep health promotion activities in the first and second year, respectively. The first group of officers showed significant sleep improvements at the end of the first year, while the second group had similar or worse parameters than at baseline. At follow-up, a significant improvement in the quantity and quality of sleep was reported in both groups. Sleep improvements at follow-up were associated with a marked reduction in the frequency of accidents at work and near-misses. Before the intervention, sleepiness was the best predictor of injuries (aOR 1.220; CI95% 1.044–1.426) and near-misses (aOR 1.382; CI95% 1.182–1.615). At follow-up, when sleep conditions had improved, insomnia symptoms were the most significant predictors of work accidents (aOR 13.358; CI95% 2.353–75.818). Sleep health promotion can be useful in police officers.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)7952-N/A
Numero di pagine14
RivistaInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Volume17
DOI
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2020

Keywords

  • injury
  • insomnia
  • near-miss
  • police
  • safety
  • sleep deprivation
  • sleep hygiene
  • sleep quality
  • sleepiness
  • workplace health promotion

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