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[1] Ensuring health of shift workers in context professional risks in the arctic / Y. Korneeva, M. Arefina, N. Simonova, G. Degteva // Proceedings of the II International Scientific-Practical Conference "Psychology of Extreme Professions" (ISPCPEP 2019). — Atlantis Press, 2019. The reported study was funded by RFBR according to the research project № 18-013-00623. The Arctic is a territory characterized by a huge area, special climatic conditions, and also rich reserves of natural resources. Currently, the region is actively developing projects for the extraction of minerals. The development of this area can be carried out if there is an able-bodied population that is able to work effectively in extreme conditions. Work in such conditions is carried out mainly on shift-work method and places high demands on the level of health of the worker. Climate-geographical, production and social factors determine professional risks for the health of workers employed in shift work. The concept of "professional risk" includes the negative impact of the environment, the conditions of professional activity, as well as the possible nature of the negative reaction of the body and mind. The identification and assessment of professional risks should be aimed primarily at preventing the development of a threat to the health, morbidity and disability of an employee. An integral system of occupational risk management is medical support for shift workers, also features of the legal regulation of labor. This regulation of the countries of the Arctic region should take into account the peculiarities of the territory. The purpose of our research is to study the issues of preserving health of shift workers in the Arctic region. As a result of the study, an analysis of legal regulation will be carried out, which is aimed at ensuring preservation health of workers employed in field of shift work, identifying measure criteria professional risk, including assessment of injuries, loss of professional performance, disability, etc. The study of ensuring the preservation of the health status of workers employed in shift work will make it possible to develop a model of optimal support for shift workers in the Arctic region. [ DOI ]

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