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Working Alone

Author : John Carroll
ISBN : 1561585459
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 83.12 MB
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-- Discusses all aspects of laying foundations, raising walls, and more for small or one-person crews
Category: House & Home

Working Alone

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ISBN : OCLC:815727209
Genre : Delivery of goods
File Size : 38.69 MB
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Category: Delivery of goods

I Worked Alone

Author : Lily Sergueiew
ISBN : 9781476617176
Genre : History
File Size : 87.36 MB
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During World War II Nathalie “Lily” Sergueiew, a woman of mystery, confidently seduced the German Intelligence Service into employing her as a spy against their British enemy. Little did they know that this striking woman—who turned heads when she walked into a room with her little dog Babs—would work with their enemy against them. Her diary chronicles her months-long journey to becoming a double agent for the British under the code name Treasure. From the moment she conceived the idea of becoming a double agent, Lily faced challenges on two fronts: first, she had to convince the Germans to ask her to spy for them; second, she needed the British to believe her story. Only then could she begin the perilous work of helping free her homeland—France—from the German occupier.
Category: History

Care Work In Europe

Author : Claire Cameron
ISBN : 9781134159857
Genre : Medical
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Care Work in Europe provides a cross-national and cross-sectoral study of care work in Europe today, covering policy, provision and practice, as well as exploring how care work is conceptualized and understood. Drawing on a study which looks at care work across the life course in a number of European countries, this book: explores the context and emerging policy agendas provides an analysis of how different countries and sectors understand and structure care work examines key issues, such as the extreme gendering of the workforce, increasing problems of recruitment and turnover, what kinds of knowledge and education the work requires and what conditions are needed to ensure good quality employment considers possible future directions, including the option of a generic professional worker, educated to work across the life course and whether ‘care’ will, or should, remain a distinct field of policy and employment. This groundbreaking comparative study provokes much-needed new thinking about the current situation and future direction of care work, an area essential to the social and economic well-being of Europe.
Category: Medical

Indg73 Working Alone In Safety

Author : Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive
ISBN : 0717615073
Genre : Industrial safety
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Offers general guidance on working alone. This title also offers advice on how to comply with duties towards lone workers under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 and the Management of Health and safety at Work Regulations 1992. It is suitable for the self-employed people who work alone themselves or engage lone workers.
Category: Industrial safety

Working Alone

Author : Education Safety Association of Ontario
ISBN : OCLC:1067010450
Genre : Industrial hygiene
File Size : 84.19 MB
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In the education sector, many employees and volunteers work in situations where there is no one nearby or within shouting distance to come to their aid in case of an injury, a health problem or any other adverse condition. This resource book will assist your organization in developing a Working Alone Program that will assess the occupational and environmental risks associated with working alone, based on employer/ employee consultation.
Category: Industrial hygiene

Health And Safety In Canadian Workplaces

Author : Jason Foster
ISBN : 9781771991841
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 44.67 MB
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Workplace injuries happen every day and can profoundly affect workers, their families, and the communities in which they live. This textbook is for workers and students looking for an introduction to injury prevention on the job. Foster and Barnetson bring the field into the twenty-first century by including discussions of how precarious employment, gender, and ill-health can be better handled in Canadian OHS.
Category: Political Science

Working Alone In Safety

Author : Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive
ISBN : OCLC:60227885
Genre : Management
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Category: Management

The Joy Of Working From Home

Author : Jeff Berner
ISBN : 188105246X
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 24.66 MB
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A complete guide for meeting the practical and personal challenges of successfully working from home on either a part-time or full-time basis.
Category: Business & Economics