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rest period

Any period of time on ground during which a flight crewmember is relieved of all duties by the operator (ICAO).
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Adult workers are entitled to an uninterrupted rest period of 24 hours in each seven-day working period.
Shih said that the MOL is working with relevant agencies on deciding which industries will be allowed to have their employees work for up to 12 consecutive days and have reduced rest periods between shifts, with an official announcement on the decision to be made on Mar.
But in the meantime, and with the hope that this contingency plan never becomes operational, Young intends to use the increased quality provided by his summer recruitment to provide rest periods for his frontline stars.
The proposed compulsory rest period doesn't apply to boxers who got knocked out in the ring.
In both studies, the authors found a significant decrease in the number of repetitions with a shorter rest period (1-min) for all exercises.
If this is too much, begin with a 30-second work period and a longer rest period until you build up your endurance," says Toufanian.
Under the present rules drivers must take a four-day rest period immediately following the use of the 12-day derogation.
and radio companies to fil the gap and restore equality for the rest period of the propaganda campaign," the statement reads.
He had driven 116 hours in a fortnight - the legal limit is 90 hours - and 10 consecutive days without a weekly rest period, well over the limit which is six consecutive days.
England's elite players are also set for a lengthy rest period in modern terms when they finish the winter tour of South Africa on January 18, with the next international fixture not until the opening one-day contest against the Bangladeshis on February 28.
The Olympic 100 metres, 200m and 4x100m relay gold medallist enjoyed a short rest period and a few days training and now insists he is 100 per cent for the innovative Bupa Great 150m Sprint on the streets of Manchester tomorrow.
Abu Dhabi: The UAE delegation successfully spearheaded a re-vote on the rest period for endurance horses between competitions in the revision of Rules for Endurance which have been ratified by the FEI's General Assembly and will be introduced from January 2009.