Trainers are required to purchase protectors
, which cost between pounds 80 and pounds 130, on behalf of their workforce, and face a fine of pounds 2,000 by the HRA if flouting the rule.
A new method of testing hearing protectors
, possibly adopting a new ANSI standard in place of the experimenter-fit method of the previous ANSI standard.
A trust protector
can generally remove and replace a trustee; terminate the trust; change the situs of administration: resolve co-trustee deadlocks or beneficiary-trustee disputes; veto investment decisions; and redirect trust distributions or amend administrative provisions and trust terms based on unforeseen circumstances in the beneficiaries' lives or changes in law.
STUDY DESIGN AND VALIDITY Patients were randomized using adequate concealment of allocation, in an unblinded manner, to receive a hip protector
or to not receive one.
To RONTO -- Many primary care physicians are overlooking the benefits of hip protectors
in elderly patients at risk for hip fracture, according to an expert on aging.
We studied hip protectors
in the municipal nursing home of Tampere, Finland.
Like other sporting equipment, a mouth protector
This is strictly confined to the parameters set by the Constitution, of which the Public Protector
is a creation and from which she derives her remedial powers.
With the many benefits a mattress protector
provides, it makes sense to get one and make your bed a safer, healthier spot to spend one-third of your day.
Belkin on Friday announced it has launched a new Screen Guard collection of screen protectors
which are designed to protect a range of smartphones and tablets.
For a jockey who has arrived at the track too late to use the sauna to shed a couple of pounds, removing panels from a body protector
can help them weigh out at the correct weight, the theory being that if asked to weigh in wearing an unmodified protector
, the effort of race-riding would have balanced the discrepancy.