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Occupational safety An area, the access to which is strictly limited to essential personnel with the purpose of protecting individuals against undue risk from exposure to various materials–eg, ionizing radiation, high-level pathogens, toxic chemicals and others
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At present the city has a patchwork of alcohol restricted areas based around shopping parades and public parks, but residents claim that this simply displaces the problem to an area where there is no ban.
The Tokyo-based electronics giant said in a news release dated Tuesday it suspects those who were engaged in hiring the eight may have forged documents to obtain permits to work in the restricted areas of the plants belonging to Tokyo Electric Power Co.
De la Mora indicates that securing the entrances to the airport's restricted areas would be a difficult task without an electronic access control system like the one it currently has.
A Garda said: "The girl had been stopped in a restricted area in the airport and could not give a valid excuse.
At present BTV restricted areas include all of Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg as well as parts of Western Germany and Northern France.
Depending on the type of product, date of slaughter and which farm it originated on, it is possible that poultry product from the Suffolk plant could have met the licensing requirements for movement outside the restricted area.
But we seemed to be sold the idea that his feet were in that restricted area.
Sherman from operating a practice in the restricted area tier a period of twenty-four months alter leaving the Clinic.
Ambassador Christopher Dell, who had inadvertently strayed into a restricted area of the National Botanical Gardens near Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's home, Army spokesman George Charamba was hardly apologetic.
Systems include wireless basewide platforms that entail vehicle-mounted command stations, wireless high-powered exterior speaker stations, personnel alert systems, restricted area alert systems, and deployable restricted-area alert systems.
Sophisticated behavioral intelligence software can alert its human monitors to suspicious activities picked up by the cameras, such as a bag left unattended, a person entering a restricted area, or a car going the wrong way down a one-way street.
Loss prevention: A worker's clothes fitted with radio frequency identification tags could prevent him from entering a restricted area without necessary safety equipment.

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