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Heres my shift calander for next year..It looks great on paper:)

I am a control room operator on a chemical plant..not at all unlike Homer Simpson


N= night shift
D= day shift
O= day off
blue = compulsary overtime/ cover shifts
red= 10 days off
yellow = rest days
green = summer holiday ..cannot be called out for overtime....so they say!

A total of 138 x 12hour shifts

Just look at all that time off! how will I fill it all:O :laugh
 

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I miss my old 12 hour shifts. Don't miss the job but I miss the shifts.
 

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We do 12 hour rotating shifts, I work a lot, but after 25 years the vacation is a challenge to work into the schedule. Sometimes I am gone 3 or 4 weeks at a pop. The seven days off every 5 weeks makes it worth while, plus you can never have enough weekday time off. Tough on the family at times, like Christmas and such, also when we shutdown to refuel. By the way Homer works at a nuclear power plant, not a chemical plant. Those things are dangerous (Chemical Plants) :lol :lol
 

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:stupid I really enjoyed three days off one week and four the next.
 

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That looks kinda like my 2006 was;

yellow = days
red = nights
gray (various shades) = regular days off
blue = vacation time

2007 will be similar.
 

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not too bad, Im working a straight 5 on 2 off but also just got promoted to supervisor and we are gearing up to go 4 day work weeks with wed/sat/sun off except for holiday weeks.
 

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Richara you Git. I work in sales.....they don't understand the terms "Time off" it sucks.......But you make some big bucks:devious
 
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