restricted work

restricted work

[ri′strik·təd ′wərk]
(industrial engineering)
Manual or machine work where the work pace is only partially under the control of the worker.
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Ms Mokgweetsi noted that 2017 was not a good year in terms of safety as the mine closed the year with 31 aid cases,two lost time injuries, three medical treatment injuries, two restricted work injuries and 48 property damage incidents.
Moreover, various armed groups controlling Eastern Ghouta have restricted work of humanitarian organisations, and clashes between these groups have for months limited civilians' freedom of movement within the region.
1 when companies and individuals who employ domestic workers (such as nannies, housekeepers and individuals who care for the elderly) will be required to provide those workers with a wide range of benefits, including minimum wage and overtime protections, restricted work hours, paid sick leave, and other paid and unpaid time off.
reviewed the cumulative operative experience of residents in the UK with respect to restricted work hours, and demonstrated a noticeable decline in total operative case exposure, which was thought to have significant implications for the quality of training.
The robots can reach into confined and restricted work spaces from many angles.
m, a change that would increase required protective measures such as air and medical monitoring, restricted work areas, respirator use and recordkeeping.
PECO's Gas Division recorded only two employee injury incidents requiring OSHA reporting in 2012 and one incident resulting in days away from work or restricted work activity.
Above the PEL mandates for engineering controls, medical monitoring, respirator programs, restricted work areas, dirty clothing protections, training, recordkeeping, and others.
Reports from the neighbouring Gulf states found the regulations to restricting outdoor work in sweltering conditions during the summer will come into effect in Oman and Kuwait from today onwards, while the two GCC states have restricted work for three- and a half-hours between 12 noon and 3.
The British public is concerned about unrestricted mass immigration which has already pushed down wages and restricted work opportunities.
The proportion of all nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses in the United States that resulted in job transfer (the injured worker continues to be at work but performs a different set of duties) or restricted work (the injured worker performs less strenuous duties) has grown steadily over the past several decades, especially during the 1990s.
The company's total recordable injury frequency rate, comprising lost time injuries, restricted work and medical treatments per million hours, decreased from 3.