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dr hab. inż. Andrzej Bujak, prof. WSB we Wrocławiu
ORCID: 0000-0002-1040-5533

Director of the Logistics Institute WSB University in Wroclaw, professor of management sciences, a specialist in international and global logistics, transport, logistics chain management, risk management in logistics and crisis management, creation of modern and innovative logistics solutions.

DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2020.2.5

In the era of growing competitiveness and searching for
ways to better use the resources possessed, proper use of
drivers' working time is becoming an increasingly difficult
challenge for transport companies. In order to make
optimal use of drivers' working time, various concepts and
solutions should be analyzed, looking for proven solutions
that are adequate to current needs and conditions. This is
particularly difficult for companies that transport people
during night. Therefore, the purpose of the presented
article is to identify the basic problems in the
optimization of working time of professional drivers who
transport people at night in relation to the legislation of
the European Union and Poland. The study presents in a
chronological order the basic changes concerning the
professional activity of drivers, which took place within
the European Union and Poland legislation. The article
was created on the basis of the analysis of formal and
legal documents and normative acts binding in the
described area functioning within the legal system of the
EU and Poland. Materials contained in the article are the
basis for further research and reflection in the discussed

Keywords: czas pracy kierowców; praca w porze nocnej; kierowca; transport; otoczenie prawne
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2019.12.4

In  the  era  of  modern  knowledge-based  economy,  it  is  not usually  an  important  task  to  constantly  assess  the effectiveness  of  education.  Therefore,  the  purpose  of  the article is to present the vocational education system for the transport and logistics at the high school level along with its assessment  of  the  effectiveness  of  education  in  terms  of achieved  effects  by  students  /  learners  in  the  form  of  pass rate exams confirming professional qualifications. The clash of  these  two  elements  allowed  for  the  formulation  of  a number of important conclusions. The article was based on the analysis of formal and legal documents and normative acts applicable in the area described.

Keywords: Vocational training in Poland; financing of vocational education in Poland; exam confirming qualifications in the profession