working place

working place

[′wərk·iŋ ‚plās]
(mining engineering)
The place in a mine at which coal or ore is being actually mined.
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Chairman SWMC Rai Mansab Ali, said that sanitary workers were working at other places for long time and many notices served on them for returning of their exact working place but they did not make their presence.
MULTAN -- Chairman Solid Waste Management Company (SWMC), Rai Mansab Ali, has ordered not to release the salaries of 113 sanitary workers for working other places instead of their actual working places.
In their bid to cross the road they are overtaken by incoming wagon or car and they have to head towards hospital instead of working place.
While a truck bed does not usually come to mind as a typical working place, in this case the truck bed may be considered a working place because "work is being performed in the bed," stated ALJ Moran.
Therefore, the truck bed, as found, was a working place.
The managers, specialists, and employees of the working places can apply the codification in order to create a healthy working place, to maintain the safety of the employees, to educate the employees, to devise exclusive directories and to prepare the required safety facilities and equipment.
The workers were also told as to how they can take basic precautions to keep themselves safe at working place.
The ALO and Arab Labor Ministers should pay more attention to the provision of protection to workers in their working places.
The southern migration and employment department explained reduction in number of unemployed citizens due to creation of new working places and reinstatement of previous working places.
SIR: It was curious to look over your October issue dedicated to working places.
SIR: In AR October, you rightly return to the subject of working places.
Airlines' orders to manufacture different parts of the aircraft helped keeping working places in the Russian aviation industry.