stop-work

stop-work

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stop-work meeting

n
chiefly Austral a temporary cessation of work as a form of protest
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Three months earlier, the Department of Industrial Accidents issued eight stop-work orders to eight contractors working on the project for not having Massachusetts workers' compensation insurance, according to DIA documents.
Department of Defense lifted a temporary stop-work order for Tekmira's TKM-Ebola program.
Department of Defense (DoD) has extended the period of a temporary stop-work order with regard to Tekmira's TKM-Ebola program.
It said that the Israeli Civil Administration, escorted by an Israeli army jeep, entered Umm Al Khair, examined different buildings, and issued stop-work orders.
A $5,000 fine was issued on the property a year ago for violating a stop-work order.
Near Bethlehem, Israeli troops issued a series of stop-work orders to Palestinian workers in the village of Nahalin.
Client identification is important for clarifying fee and collection policies, stop-work clauses and record retention issues.
Tutor declined to comment Monday on the latest stop-work order.
Maintenance workers with Qantas, an Australian carrier, will conduct stop-work action today (31 January) and tomorrow in order to hold meetings about the airline's proposal to move its maintenance base from Sydney to either Melbourne, Brisbane or Auckland in New Zealand.
Aside from the loss of productivity during training sessions, Speigel fears the stop-work aspect of the bill could be abused and further cut into productivity.
They get the importance of safety committees, training, job-hazard analyses, audits, stop-work authority, employee involvement and management visibility.
The Department of Buildings issued 5,948 stop-work orders citywide in the first half of the year, 44.