NTSB member: On-job-napping could hel...

NTSB member: On-job-napping could help controllers

There are 6 comments on the 2NEWS.TV story from Apr 25, 2011, titled NTSB member: On-job-napping could help controllers. In it, 2NEWS.TV reports that:

On-the-job naps should be considered as part of a plan to address fatigue by air traffic controllers, airline pilots and others who work overnight shifts, a National Transportation Safety Board member said Monday.

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“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#1 Apr 25, 2011

You have to just roll on the floor laughing at the left trying anything to cover for their Union Thugs SLEEPING ON THE JOB!

Why not "help" them even more by catering their food and hiring Prostitutes to handle their other "urges"??

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Apr 25, 2011
Maybe they could hire someone at minimum wage to stand there and poke the air-traffic controller with a stick if he started to nod off.
Zombie Corpse Rental

San Jose, CA

#4 Apr 25, 2011
Anyone who has an education knows that napping on a regular schedule keeps workers more alert when they're back on the job.

But then, these would be studies conducted by scientists, and they learn stuff from books, and books are liberal, probably.

United States

#6 Apr 25, 2011
Try napping on any other night job and see where it gets you.
Zombie Corpse Rental

San Jose, CA

#7 Apr 25, 2011
Napping on the job is recommended to keep workers alert when they're not napping.
That would be the point of allowing regular napping. So when they're not napping, they're NOT napping, as opposed to now, when they're not napping (wink wink nudge nudge) but then fall asleep on the job.
Children can figure this one out. I have faith in the boozehound of Gibsonton and his multiple IDs. He'll get it, eventually.
Rested flight controllers? I vote yes.
find yo eggg

Scottsdale, AZ

#8 Apr 25, 2011
dat joke again!:)

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