slow-down definition

slow-down means a condition or willful restriction or reduction of production by an employee which is within such employee’s reasonable control.
slow-down means a condition or wilful restriction or reduction of production by an employee which is within such employee’s reasonable control.
slow-down means to drive at a speed that allows you to immediately bring the vehicle to a stop.

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slow-down means a condition or willful restriction or reduction of production by an employee, which is within such employee’s reasonable control. PLANT VISITATIONS

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