You need to talk to your GP or midwife about night work and your pregnancy. If they think it is a problem, they will give you a certificate for you to show your employer.
Your employer will then need to offer you suitable alternative daytime work, or suspend you on full pay for as long as necessary to protect your health and safety.
Note: This content is provided as general background information and should not be taken as legal advice or financial advice for your particular situation. Make sure to get individual advice on your case from your union, a source on our free help page or an independent financial advisor before taking any action.
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