nonoccupational

nonoccupational

(ˌnɒnˌɒkjʊˈpeɪʃənəl)
adj
not occupational, not related to one's occupation
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However, almost all of the plans in the 1985 Employee Benefits Survey reduced benefits if payments from one or more of the following programs were received: primary or family (dependents) Social Security, or some combination of the two; workers' compensation; State nonoccupational disability insurance; and the employers' pension plans.
Shooting firearms; remodeling, renovating, or painting; and using lead-containing alternative medicines (Table 2) were the most common sources for nonoccupational very high BLLs.
We also stratified by whether or not nonoccupational exposure (e.
In Asia, contact between persons and nonhuman primates is widespread in multiple occupational and nonoccupational contexts.
No nonoccupational cases have been published, because OIT is "not really used in the personal care industry," Dr.
SAN FRANCISCO -- A feasibility study among 891 individuals in San Francisco has identified issues that must be considered in offering nonoccupational postexposure prophylaxis, Michelle Rowland, M.
Human resource information systems have improved to the extent that there is now much better quality of detailed nonoccupational disability data from employers.
Historically, risk managers have faced a lack of coordination between the management of workers' compensation and nonoccupational cases when an employee receives benefits from both sources.
The Environmental Protection Agency announced sweeping regulations this summer to reduce nonoccupational exposures to benzene (SN: 9/9/89, p.
The vast majority of workers in medium and large firms are protected against loss of income during temporary absences from work due to nonoccupational sickness or accident.
A new study reports on nonoccupational health effects resulting from community exposures to Libby vermiculite ore processed at the Western Minerals/W.