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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.
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says Andrew Jenkins, a senior consultant at Occupational Safety & Fire Sciences Commission.
Yet the reality is that many businesses still see occupational health services as an uncertain investment in terms of improved business performance.
Julia Scott, chief executive of the College of Occupational Therapists said: "We are extremely proud of occupational therapy's history in Wales and Cardiff University's continuing commitment to excellence.
In the field of the occupational consultation based on the multi-orientations of ShafiAbadi method, Fekri, ShafiAbadi, Nouranipour and Ahghar in a study titling " the investigation and comparison of the effectiveness of ShafiAbadi multi-orientations method with the limitation and adaptation theory of Gotfredson on the entrepreneurship skills and entrepreneurship behaviors of students in MA course of Islamic Azad University of Tehran, they showed that it is very effective method in this pavement.
On the other hand, occupational hygienists or industrial hygienists are responsible for assessing the environment in which work is performed.
This American-based book is a comprehensive evidence-based book on occupational therapy practice in the acute care setting.
For the public sector at national level there has been a noticeable decline in the coverage and quality of workers' compensation services provided to ex-miners under the Occupational Diseases in Mines and Works Act (ODMWA) as evidenced by long delays in the resolution of claims.
The April 2007 issue of JVIB also contained a Speaker's Comer, written by Bryan Gerritsen, that summarized the progress of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Low Vision Demonstration Project, which presents the perfect opportunity for partnerships among certified low vision therapists, certified orientation and mobility (O&M) specialists, certified vision rehabilitation therapists, and occupational therapists.
4) "Agricultural Safety Information", National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 2001 http://www.
The occupational program offerings are normally either before or after school.
The first set of perceptions involves occupational stereotypes.
NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health).

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