Lifting. (a) Subject to this Agreement, the Contractor may lift, dispose of and export from the JPDA its share of Petroleum and retain the proceeds from the sale or other disposition of that share.
Lifting. Because manual handling tasks are a significant part of the Employee's job, the Employer and Employee shall consult about the hazards represented by the tasks, to ensure that both parties have regard to the recommendations set out in the Department of Labour Approved Code for Manual Handling.
Lifting. □ No pain □ I can lift as much as I need without pain □ Pain; does not increase with time □ I can lift as much as I need; but causes pain □ Pain; prevents me from sitting more than 1-hour □ I can only lift moderate weight due to pain □ Pain, prevents me from sitting more than 30-minutes □ I can only lift light weight due to pain □ Pain, prevents me from sitting more than 10-minutes □ I can only lift weight if it is conveniently positioned □ Pain, prevents me from sitting at all □ I cannot lift any weight due to pain
Lifting. 10.4.1 Subject to the Agreement, the Contractor may lift, dispose of and export from Somalia its share of Petroleum and retain the proceeds from the sale or other disposal of that share. The Contractor may proceed with the separation of liquids from all Natural Gas produced, and may transport, store and sell on the local market or export its share of liquid Petroleum so separated.
Lifting. The GOVERNMENT and each CONTRACTOR entity shall have the right and the obligation to take in kind and separately sell or otherwise dispose of their respective shares of Petroleum. Upon approval of the Development Plan, the Parties shall meet as soon as practicable to reach a detailed agreement governing the lifting of Petroleum by each such CONTRACTOR entity. Such lifting agreement shall include, inter alia, the following:
Lifting. No employee shall be required or permitted to lift or carry by hand a client who is unable to provide reasonable assistance and who weighs in excess of 16 kilos, without the assistance of another person. If the client weighs in excess of 42 kilos and the employee is of the opinion that additional assistance is necessary, they shall not be required or permitted to lift or carry by hand the client without the assistance of two other persons. The expression lift in the clause shall include: • Raising a client in bed. • Removing a client from a bed to a chair, wheelchair, commode, trolley, bath or other convenience or receptacle. • Raising or moving a client who has fallen. • Removing a client from a chair, wheelchair, commode, trolley, bath or other convenience or receptacle to a bed or other place.
Lifting. Where works involve lifting operations you must: • Appoint a competent trained person to plan all lifting operations. • Appoint a competent lift supervisor who shall be present throughout and to supervise the lifting operation. Ensure all lifting Operations are in accordance with BS7121 The Appointed person, the lift Supervisor the operator, slingers and signallers will all have the appropriate and valid Construction Plant Competence Scheme (CPCS) card or demonstrate equivalent training/competence. All such cards are to be available for inspection at any time. All lifting operations will be planned with consideration of ground conditions and any restriction in the environment; e.g. overhead and underground services, weather, close proximity to buildings, exclusion zones, roads and railway lines, water courses, other vehicles and plant. These Arrangements will be detailed in a lifting plan. All signallers are to be safely positioned to direct, (by suitable communication - i.e. hand signal or radio), the raising, slewing and settling down of all loads. All Slingers/Signallers are to wear distinctive high visibility clothing and use industry approved signals. All lifting equipment and accessories shall have current certification available for inspection, including thorough examination and test records. When lifting large items that are susceptible to the wind, e.g. shutters, the upper safe wind speed limit is to be established and procedures in place to cease operation should the limit be approached or reached. An anemometer or similar is to be available to measure this.