guard board

guard board

clip to fix a guard board to a scaffold
A raised timber at the edge of a scaffold that prevents workers or tools from dropping off the edge of the platform.
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Prime Minister Juri Ratas to meet with Interior Minister Mart Helme to discuss the issue concerning director general of the Police and Border Guard Board Elmar Vaher.
In accordance with one proposal, the Police and Border Guard Board would be entitled to seek from a court the compulsory dissolution of a legal person which has systemically enabled employment to a foreigner staying in Estonia without a legal basis or has paid a lower remuneration to a foreigner than set out in the law.
The old guard board. had tried to hold the EGM in London then banned the Record when we reported the first hotel was having second thoughts.
Participants were hosted by the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board at different locations along the Estonian-Russian border.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) and the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board maintain good international cooperation through liaison officers with Finnish, Swedish, German, and UK customs and police authorities and with DEA.
For the future, the developments in the field of cast film go hand-in-hand with the innovations presented in the other fields--two further innovative lines are being commissioned, one for air bubble film in coextrusion at high speed and one for the production of bubble guard board sheet for building use.
In one of the cases, the officials suspect the forging of the stamp of the Police and Border Guard Board, while the numerical and written note of the fuel amount has been forged on the notice in the other three cases.
ONE calm frosty morning in 1968, two workers on a building site in Speke were carrying a stacked shutter board along the guard board 40-feet up among the scaffolding erected around the rising structure of a semi.
Approximately 80 police officers from the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board (EPBGB) specialize solely in narcotic-related crimes.