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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/CO...0Pandemics%20-%20Issue%203.pdf
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PRIVATELY FINANCED INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS : DRAFT CHAPTERS OF A LEGISLATIVE GUIDE ON PRIVATELY FINANCED INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Limitations on the concessionaire’s right to withhold performance are typically intended to ensure the continuity of public services (see chap. (...) The usual standards of compensation typically vary according to the various grounds for termination. (...) Project termination is typically included among the events of default in the concessionaire’s loan agreements.
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Score: 1080190.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/CN.9/471/ADD.6&Lang=E
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It is still possible to trace this part of the Silk Route in northern Mesopotamia as frequent traffic has left a heavily worn track crossing the landscape. Further east, the Sasanians shared the role of middlemen with the Sogdians. (...) Other vessels made from thick clear glass with elaborate cut decoration are typical Sasanian products and were traded as far as Japan where they were used by the imperial family.
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Score: 1078946.3 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...lling%20the%20silk%20route.pdf
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It had to take a heavy deployment of the army to enforce compliance but in some places such as “Camp Swahili” in the outskirts of Moroto town, shops remained largely opened, masks are only worn when people are entering banking halls or when they see a police van approaching.  (...) Related topics COVID-19 Health Emergency supplies Emergency relief and response Uganda More to explore Press release 09 February 2022 UNICEF deploys over 450 climate-resilient emergency tents to support school reopening in Uganda Visit the page Article Where there is no classroom UNICEF’s new high-performance tent is restoring hope for sustainable education in Kasese District Read the story Article Not just a latrine Why revamped Water, Sanitation and Hygiene facilities are the key to comprehensive health service uptake in Western Uganda Read the story Photo Essay Called to serve Candiru, a nursing officer, shares her typical day during the COVID-19 pandemic See the story Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action About us Press centre UNICEF in Uganda Our representative Work with us Procurement Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1078946.3 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...der-district-no-covid-19-cases
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As with any fire, however, normal personal protective clothing, including breathing apparatus (at as a minimum), should always be worn. As far as possible, rescue and fire fighting RFF personnel should stay upward upwind and out of smoke, fumes and dust. 12.4.10.1 On cargo-carrying aircraft, hazardous freight is usually placed in containers called unit load devices. (...) Flammable liquids include liquids or mixture of liquids, liquids containing solids in solution or in suspension that give off a flammable vapour at temperature of not more than 60.5°C. Typically, flammable liquids will cause bigger fire than flammable gases as they are more concentrated. (...) Corrosives are usually acids or alkalis, which can be water reactive, flammable (for organic acids), very reactive and unstable oxidisers. PPE should be worn by all fire fighting & rescue personnel when these substances are present at the scene of fire. 12.4.19 Class 9: Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods.
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Score: 1075401.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2012/DGPWG.12.WP.026.6.en.pdf
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LETTER DATED 92/08/12 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT TRANSMITTING A PAPER WHICH ADDRESSES THE REQUIREMENTS FOR SAFETY DURING THE ON-SITE INSPECTIONS PROVIDED FOR UNDER THE CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION
Suitable clothing, including strong boots, should be worn during inspections together with any specialist protective equipment required. (...) This is crucial if impermeable clothing has to be worn. This measurement can easily be made using inexpensive and portable miniature equipment incorporating electronic computation and direct readout of the required index values. (...) Always wear a hard hat, even if worn. f ’ s ' 3. Use adequate lighting. Wait after entering a darkened building from bright sunlight until your eyes become accustomed to the gloom. 4.
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Score: 1074790.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...nsf/get?open&DS=CD/1168&Lang=E
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. © UNHCR/Hélène Caux By Jenny Barchfield, in Berlín, Colombia  |  05 September 2019   |   Español   |   Français With his long sleeve shirt, cosy sweatpants and knockoff Crocs worn over hole-riddled socks, Víctor Sivira was better prepared than many of his compatriots for the frigid temperatures in Berlín, the highest, coldest, and most treacherous point in the daunting journey to find safety. (...) Some of the so-called caminantes , or walkers, as they are typically referred to in Spanish, shoulder backpacks; others drag unwieldly suitcases or cradle nursing infants or exhausted toddlers against their chests. They wear shorts and T-shirts and old tennis shoes or flipflops, the soles worn paper thin and often riddled with holes. Some wear no shoes at all.
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Score: 1073833.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/sto...elans-mountain-peaks-foot.html
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. © UNHCR/Hélène Caux By Jenny Barchfield, in Berlín, Colombia  |  05 September 2019   |   Español   |   Français With his long sleeve shirt, cosy sweatpants and knockoff Crocs worn over hole-riddled socks, Víctor Sivira was better prepared than many of his compatriots for the frigid temperatures in Berlín, the highest, coldest, and most treacherous point in the daunting journey to find safety. (...) Some of the so-called caminantes , or walkers, as they are typically referred to in Spanish, shoulder backpacks; others drag unwieldly suitcases or cradle nursing infants or exhausted toddlers against their chests. They wear shorts and T-shirts and old tennis shoes or flipflops, the soles worn paper thin and often riddled with holes. Some wear no shoes at all.
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Score: 1073833.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne...elans-mountain-peaks-foot.html
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. © UNHCR/Hélène Caux By Jenny Barchfield, in Berlín, Colombia  |  05 September 2019   |   Español   |   Français With his long sleeve shirt, cosy sweatpants and knockoff Crocs worn over hole-riddled socks, Víctor Sivira was better prepared than many of his compatriots for the frigid temperatures in Berlín, the highest, coldest, and most treacherous point in the daunting journey to find safety. (...) Some of the so-called caminantes , or walkers, as they are typically referred to in Spanish, shoulder backpacks; others drag unwieldly suitcases or cradle nursing infants or exhausted toddlers against their chests. They wear shorts and T-shirts and old tennis shoes or flipflops, the soles worn paper thin and often riddled with holes. Some wear no shoes at all.
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Score: 1073833.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/news/...elans-mountain-peaks-foot.html
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PRIVATELY FINANCED INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS : DRAFT CHAPTERS OF A LEGISLATIVE GUIDE ON PRIVATELY FINANCED INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
(i) Serious default before the beginning of construction 14. The concessionaire typically needs to accomplish a series of steps prior to undertaking construction works. (...) The usual standards of compensation typically vary according to the various grounds for termination. (...) Project termination is typically included among the events of default in the concessionaire’s loan agreements.
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Score: 1067485.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/CN.9/458/ADD.7&Lang=E
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