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The purpose of the study is to identify the most uncomfortable climatic, geographical, industrial and social factors in the opinion of shift workers of various professional groups in the south of the Russian Federation. The study was conducted, in which 82 employees participated, engaged in the construction of the Crimean bridge, using shift work organization. Research methods: study of documentation, observation, questionnaire, statistical methods. The most uncomfortable climatic, industrial and social factors for shift workers in the south of the Russian Federation are high temperatures, wind, solar radiation and high humidity; noise, chemical factors, enhanced monitoring of compliance with safety regulations, high labor intensity; lack of developed cultural infrastructure, lack of food, and difficulties with transport and communications. Statistically significant differences were found in assessing the discomfort of climatic, geographical, industrial and social factors as shift workers of various groups.
Keywords: risk factor, south, shift method, labor psychology, climatic factors, production factors, social factors, construction of large facilities.
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