Driving in the right directive

July 2003
Cabinet Maker;7/25/2003, Issue 5348, p12
Trade Publication
Presents a question and answer advisory on the regulations that affects the working schedule of a driver for a furniture manufacturer in Great Britain. Number of hours per week entitled to a mobile transport worker; Provision of paid leaves; Conduction of regular health assessment for night workers. INSET: Checklist.


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