APA 6th Edition Zavalić, A., Zavalić, M. i Milošević, M. (2016). Navika pijenja alkohola u odnosu na noćni rad i sigurnost na radu. Sigurnost, 58 (3), 203-211. https://doi.org/10.31306/s.58.3.4
MLA 8th Edition Zavalić, Ana, et al. "Navika pijenja alkohola u odnosu na noćni rad i sigurnost na radu." Sigurnost, vol. 58, br. 3, 2016, str. 203-211. https://doi.org/10.31306/s.58.3.4. Citirano 28.10.2021.
Chicago 17th Edition Zavalić, Ana, Marija Zavalić i Milan Milošević. "Navika pijenja alkohola u odnosu na noćni rad i sigurnost na radu." Sigurnost 58, br. 3 (2016): 203-211. https://doi.org/10.31306/s.58.3.4
Harvard Zavalić, A., Zavalić, M., i Milošević, M. (2016). 'Navika pijenja alkohola u odnosu na noćni rad i sigurnost na radu', Sigurnost, 58(3), str. 203-211. https://doi.org/10.31306/s.58.3.4
Vancouver Zavalić A, Zavalić M, Milošević M. Navika pijenja alkohola u odnosu na noćni rad i sigurnost na radu. Sigurnost [Internet]. 2016 [pristupljeno 28.10.2021.];58(3):203-211. https://doi.org/10.31306/s.58.3.4
IEEE A. Zavalić, M. Zavalić i M. Milošević, "Navika pijenja alkohola u odnosu na noćni rad i sigurnost na radu", Sigurnost, vol.58, br. 3, str. 203-211, 2016. [Online]. https://doi.org/10.31306/s.58.3.4
Sažetak The aim of the study was to show whether there is a link between alcohol consumption, level of education, shift work and the perception of the quality of life.
This study examined the prevalence of alcohol consumption among employees working in different types of shift work in six different organizations in the Republic of Croatia. The survey was conducted with a questionnaire designed by the Croatian Institute for Health Protection and Safety at Work. The study aimed to estimate the use of alcohol in relation to the level of education, economic sector, business and labour organization and alcohol consumption in relation to the workers' perception of their own free time.
The study included 860 subjects, of whom 688 (80.0%) were male. The results showed a statistically significant difference in the frequency of alcohol use among individual work organizations (p <0.001) and a difference in consumption between the sexes (men drink more alcohol, p <0.001). The biggest impact of shift work on the habit of alcohol drinking and in disturbance of free time was found in the group working 7 to 15 night shifts per month. This study points to the crucial role of occupational medicine in worker education regarding the harmful effects of alcohol consumption and raising awareness of workers and employers as to the importance of zero tolerance of alcohol consumption in the workplace.