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Attention female ATU members: Take part in women's health survey

Health on the job is critical to all ATU members, but very little research has been done to understand how shift work specifically affects women. The demands placed on women's bodies while working and balancing home life can have serious health consequences. There has been some suggestion that female shift workers may be at greater risk for ill-health effects.

That is why the National Center for Intermodal Transportation at the University of Denver is working with the ATU to conduct a study to assess women's health issues.

The participation of female ATU members is needed to provide researchers and policy makers with information to better understand the relationship between shift work and health effects on women. Please help us better understand these issues by clicking here to take a brief online survey (Click here for survey).