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The research also tested different clothing options, including the dark-coloured overalls that are typically worn by construction workers, against white overalls, a cooling suit developed by the SC, and a cooling vest with embedded solar-powered fans.
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Score: 1147712.2 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/pro...WCMS_723539/lang--en/index.htm
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Close contact of personnel should be limited, appropriate PPE should be worn where appropriate. Documentation handover (office):  Digital document systems and data exchange should be implemented wherever possible. Physical distancing of at least 1 metre should be kept between all parties where possible, floor markings indicated or the appropriate PPE worn. Where physical documents need to be signed, each signatory should do so with their own pen. (...) Appropriate PPE should be worn where necessary. Means for uniform implementation ​ Wall posters, and handouts, downloadable from carrier and GHA web sites.
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Score: 1146748.2 - https://www.icao.int/covid/car...ption-and-freight-pick-up.aspx
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When registering, you will also receive a bagde for access to the meeting rooms that needs to be worn all week long during the meeting. All meeting rooms can be locked over lunch breaks as well as at night. (...) There are direct flights to Berlin from many major European cities; intercontinental flight are typically one hop away: via Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, London, Hamburg (for Scandinavia). (...) We recommend to observe the weather forecasts e.g. at http://www.weather.com/weather/cities/gm__berlin.html Typically, the weather will be great but it is almost certain to have some rain as well.
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Score: 1135476 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...7-2000/9908_Ber/Invitation.txt
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Regulations and Mechanisms for Compliance and Monitoring At present reports of illegal mining are reported to the TCDPO. The TCDPO typically consults with other relevant stakeholders, such as the Natural Resources Department, concerning such reported incidents. (...) However smaller operators may not be in a position to offer this support. Operators typically carry out regular safety drills and post warnings in various locations onsite. (...) As part of inspections carried out by the Natural Resources Department, safety requirements are assessed, such as first aid kits, and ensuring that drills are regularly conducted and that hard hats and steel toe shoes are being worn. Relevant Trends, Constraints, Challenges and Emerging Issues Relevant Trends and Emerging Issues As the Government of Barbados progresses with its development program, greater demands are placed on its infrastructure.
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Score: 1131800.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...nalReports/barbados/MINING.pdf
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The compression ratio should be less than or equal to 20:1. o Taken in clothing that you normally wear on a daily basis: o Uniforms, clothing that looks like a uniform, and camouflage attire should not be worn in photos except in the case of religious attire that is worn daily. o You may only wear a hat or head covering if you wear it daily for religious purposes. Your full face must be visible and your head covering cannot obscure your hairline or cast shadows on your face. o Headphones, wireless hands-free devices or similar items are not acceptable in your photo. o If you normally wear prescription glasses, a hearing device or similar articles, they may be worn for your photo. Glare on glasses is not acceptable in your photo. o Dark glasses or non-prescription glasses with tinted lenses are not acceptable unless you need them for medical reasons (a medical certificate may be required).
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Score: 1129619.6 - https://www.un.org/dgacm/sites...tocol/photo_specifications.pdf
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Workers undertake their activities in areas particularly affected by poverty and widespread food insecurity. Needs are typically far greater than the humanitarian resources available to assist people in these areas. (...) But work is too intense at the moment: “I have not worn any sporting clothes in more than two months.”
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Score: 1109579 - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1451161/
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Considerations Onsite biosafety principles Physical distance should be kept at all times when operational safety is not compromised or appropriate PPE should be worn. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer should be placed on entry into common areas. (...) Close contact of personnel should be limited, and appropriate PPE should be worn where necessary. For "human chain" loading, appropriate PPE should be used (non-medical or medical masks and disposable gloves) and hygiene principles should be applied between operations. (...) Appropriate PPE should be worn where necessary. Means for uniform implementation Posters in staff rest areas Use the Airport COVID-19 Cleaning / Disinfection Control Sheet (PHC Form 3) or a similar one where appropriate​.
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Score: 1104104.8 - https://www.icao.int/covid/car...raft-Loading---Unloading-.aspx
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LOCAL ENERGY PLANNING FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE : CASE STUDY : BULGARIA / TRANSMITTED BY ENEFFECT
The project is designed for the municipalities in Bulgaria, the demonstration components being implemented in a selected typical medium-size municipality, Gabrovo, situated in a semi- mountainous region of Central Bulgaria. (...) The majority of the technical systems in energy end-use municipal sites (buildings, street lighting, services, etc.) are worn out and obsolete and hence extremely energy- intensive. (...) The objectives of this component are as follows: To implement and test under real conditions sets of technical and organizational energy efficiency measures in typical municipal sites in terms of energy end-use.
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Score: 1102252.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=ENERGY/2000/7/ADD.4&Lang=E
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A respirator or a medical mask  should be worn by to caregivers at any setting where care is provided to patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, including home care, long-term care facilities and community care settings When should masks be worn by the public? (...) Inspect the mask for tears or holes; do not use a mask that has previously been worn or is damaged. Verify which side is the top – this is usually where the metal strip is. (...) Even when you’re in an area of COVID-19 transmission, masks should not be worn during vigorous physical activity because of the risk of reducing your breathing capacity.
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Score: 1094608 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...navirus-disease-covid-19-masks
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.  If there is a requirement to work more closely than the recommended social distance, personnel should wear face coverings for the duration of the task.  Gloves should be worn at all times. Single-use gloves should be disposed of after one use, other gloves should be quarantined for 72 hours5, or washed after each use.  Tools used should be cleaned with disinfectant wipes before and after each use by a new user.  Bio-hazard suits or personal boiler suits should be worn whilst working on any wreckage.  On arrival at the hangar, visitors should be briefed on this protocol and informed that they are also required to adhere to it. (...) The IIC should ensure that all participants in the lift are briefed at a safe social distance prior to the lift so that the duration of the lift is minimised.  Gloves should be worn at all times.  Single-use gloves should be disposed of immediately (using bio-hazard bags).  Other gloves should be stored in bio-hazard bags before being washed or quarantined for 72 hours as appropriate.  Bio-hazard suits should be worn if working in an enclosed space.  Hand sanitiser is available in each vehicle and should be used before removing any item from the vehicle and before getting back in to the vehicle. 6 Note that this refers only to masks that are worn to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Masks that are worn for other reasons e.g. due to dust, carbon fibres, post-fire fumes must be risk-assessed separately.
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Score: 1094525 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...0Pandemics%20-%20Issue%203.pdf
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