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rest period

see WORKING TIME.
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In May a South African driver, stopped on the A55 at Bangor, was jailed for 12-weeks after he admitted failing to take the required rest periods and using fraudulent driving documents.
Williams suggested that the rules regarding rest periods be adopted from 2010 but in the General Assembly it was voted out.
This law requires employers of 25 or more persons to provide rest periods and a private location for new mothers who need to express breast milk.
It's a victory for six miners who sued the Valencia-based company for withholding meal and rest periods.
Andrew said: "My understanding of the current situation with the rest period is Jonny can only play half a game next weekend, that is if he is fit and selected in the 22, so we will just have to see how it pans out.
About 50 co-pilots of Boeing 777 aircraft at the airline had threatened to launch a strike on Friday (19 August) to press their demand for an increase in the rest periods after flights to overseas destinations.
And one nurse worked 42 hours when she was supposed to be on annual leave, according to claims by Unison, who say many NHS boards are breaching the Working Time Directive, stating there must be an 11-hour rest period between shifts.
Instead, try to use rest period and invite the group into your office or home.
For this reason intermittent ponding can be more efficient because it allows time for solute to diffuse to the surfaces of aggregates during the rest period and subsequently be removed in macropore flow.
Help workers adjust to the heat by assigning a lighter workload and longer rest period for the first week or so of intense heat.
A minimum weekly rest period of at least 36 hours in every seven days.