Pre-employment and random drug tests have become standard for many companies.But some think they can beat the system by turning to products that claim to provide “clean” urine.Try negotiating for a later start time at work: Researchers found that starting one hour later in the morning increased sleep time by about 20 minutes. Using Electronics Before Bed You’ve probably heard that it’s not recommended to use your smartphone in bed.
Pre-trip inspection requirements are probably the most violated mandatory safety rule by the trucking industry today.
The solution to this is easy: Decrease the amount and frequency of alcohol consumption before bed. Playing Catch Up on Weekends It’s tempting to "borrow from your future self" by skipping sleep during the week, then making up for it on weekends.
But even 30 minutes of lost sleep a day can add up to long-term consequences for your body weight and metabolism.
Researchers found this to be especially true for regular heavy drinkers.
A 2015 study, also published in ACER, found that drinking before sleep disrupts "non-rapid eye movement" sleep, and regular disruptions to sleep can affect well-being, learning and memory.
Last year, nearly 39,000 citations and warnings were issued to truck drivers during Operation Safe Driver Week.