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COMPLEX EVALUATION OF THE FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF OIL AND GAS WORKERS DURING SHIFT PERIOD IN THE ARCTIC CONDITIONS


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The article is devoted to the study of functional status dynamics (working capacity, stress) of oil and gas workers of various professional groups during the shift period in Arctic conditions. The survey involved 70 specialists from oil and gas producing companies working on a shift basis in the Nenets Autonomous District of five professional groups: operators for oil and gas production, operators of the boiler and treatment facilities, drivers, engineers and maintenance technicians. The research methods are studying documentation, monitoring the work process, questioning, psycho-physiological and psychological testing, statistical methods of data analysis. The study of the functional status was carried out with the help of biochemical (analysis of saliva on cortisol), psychophysiological (complex visual-motor response) and psychological (questionnaire: “Feeling. Activity. Mood.” by V.A. Doskin and co-authors; the test of color preferences of M. Lusher in adaptation L.N. Sobchik) methods. As a result of the study, By the end of the shift period the statistically significant increase was revealed in the stressful status of the operators of the boiler and treatment facilities, maintenance workers and drivers. According to the dynamics of the functional status, one can observe a decrease in the working capacity of all specialists by the end of the shift period. The specialists, working in the open air (drivers and engineers), had more negative dynamics of functional status in comparison with other professional groups. These workers can be referred to the risk group.


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