manning levels

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manning levels

[ˈmænɪŋlevlz] NPLniveles mpl de personal
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Let's get working conditions and proper manning levels sorted out before there are any more fatalities through sheer exhaustion.
Sellafield Ltd said: "The site is operating normally but at reduced manning levels.
16 Marel OCM9500 Box Labellers deliver consistent weighing accuracy at higher speeds than manual labelling and reduce manning levels on the line.
Coun Bertin said: "Residents have raised specific concerns about manning levels, levels of operation and the future of the operation in the light of financial cuts.
With the forthcoming reduction in police manning levels, detection rates can only fall whilst the spiralling increases in costs will lead to drivers just starting out, having to make an informed decision over legitimacy, or not.
SIAEC said that it will continue to manage manning levels and costs.
Military chiefs see the welfare package as crucial to building up manning levels after a Ministry of Defence survey found that 47% of soldiers in the Army-and almost as many personnel in the RAF - regularly considered quitting.
In its latest assessment of its Public Service Agreement (PSA) targets, the MoD also acknowledged the forces were struggling to meet their designated manning levels.
But despite the extra operational burden, the MoD has not boosted manning levels in that period.
Lower manning levels on sheeting lines, however, have increased the need for training and maintenance.
IRISH Ferries staff laid off in a dispute over manning levels were returning to work last night after a deal was struck to restart talks today.