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occupy

[′äk·yə‚pī]
(engineering)
To set a surveying instrument over a point for the purpose of making observations or measurements.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Schliebener, "How meaningful is for the women themselves the activities they carry out?" Chilean Journal of Occupational Therapy, vol.
Occupational asthma in the developing and industrialised world: A review.
Considering the limited availability of literature describing the historical development of online occupational therapy education and the potential advantages of undertaking a historical inquiry, the purpose of this paper is threefold:
"Occupational health is defined as the highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being of workers in all occupations.
Under the new law, all applicants for registration for the practice of occupational therapy shall be required to undergo a licensure examination to be administered by the Board.
* The algorithm included in the protocol can only determine the occupational origin of a disease once the existence of an occupational risk factor was documented.
"Occupational medicine specialists have an in-depth understanding of occupational epidemiology, disease prevention and toxicology," she explains.
The Occupational Licensing Advisory Commission will begin its work of reviewing individual occupational licenses this month.
Heavy physical work, severity of the working conditions, work place injuries and combined occupational dust exposure are the major causes of occupational morbidity and mortality.
'An occupational disease is defined as an abnormal condition or disorder other than one resulting from an occupational injury caused by exposure over a period of time to risk factors associated with work activity, such as contact with certain chemicals, inhaling coal dust, carrying out repetitive movements, etc.,' the PSA said.
The event, entitled 'Occupational Health is Everyone's Business', featured a variety of expert speakers on subjects such as occupational health in the airline and construction industries, the health of migrant workers, a general overview of occupational health issues, and risk mitigation.
The CS said his ministry is reviewing the Occupational Safety and Health Act 2017 and the Work Injury Benefits Act 2007."The review will go a long way in ensuring that emerging trends and challenges in occupational health and safety are adequately addressed," he said.Mr Yattani said the government would also draft the Occupational Safety and Health Practitioners' Bill.

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