* 1. What is your training grade?

* 2. Which deanery / LETB do you work in?

* 3. Which local trust (in Eng) / health board (in Wales, Scotland, NI) do you work for?

* 4. What type of rota do you work?

* 5. Is out of hours working multi or single site?

* 6. During your shift, how many minutes do you drive?

* 7. If using a taxi during your shift are the costs covered by the Trust?

* 8. Do you use other forms of transport during your shift?

* 9. On average, how many minutes does it take you to travel from home to where you are working out of hours before your shift?

* 10. On average, how many minutes does it take you to travel from where you are working out of hours to home after your shift?

* 11. Are there any rest facilities?

* 12. Are you able to make hot food and drinks whilst on call?

* 13. If non-resident on-call, are you given compensatory rest if required?

* 14. If resident on-call, how much time off do you get following an on-call shift?

* 15. Have you ever had a car accident whilst driving on -call?

* 16. Have you ever narrowly missed a car accident whilst driving on-call?

* 17. Is there a local policy for rest facilities or alternative arrangements when staff are too tired to travel home?

* 18. Do your trusts provide the following to make on call safe (tick all that apply)?

* 19. Would you like trusts to provide the following to make on call safer? (Tick those that you would like to see)

* 20. Have you had any teaching around optimizing your sleep and coping with working nightshifts?

* 21. Is there anything else you would like to comment on this topic?

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