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“Today, “work-rest” ratios lie at the heart of periodization, a training method used by elite athletes throughout the world.”
“Alex Cullen, chairman of the city's transit committee, said waiting for an arbitrator's decision on work-rest rules was never part of the deal with the union.”
“Union president Andre Cornellier says he's angry because the city and union agreed -- as a means to end the recent 53-day transit strike -- to let an arbitrator settle driver work-rest and scheduling issues.”
“The union requested an emergency hearing with the arbitration panel after the city tried to implement federal work-rest regulations that cap a driver's work day at 14 hours with a minimum of eight-hours rest between shifts.”
“The union said the arbitrator was to settle work-rest rules and all other outstanding issues from the 53-day transit strike.”
“The ATA indicates that the rules increase the minimum number of hours available for driver rest, reduce the number of hours in a driver's work day, increase the driving time within the reduced work day, and better promote a 24-hour work-rest schedule in harmony with the body's natural circadian rhythm.”
“BW Safety office superintendent advises commanders and supervisors to, "Educate your Airmen on hydration to where it is clear for all to understand and use the work-rest cycle.”
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