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  • Its use as an occupational title continued until the mid-19th century.
  • Beyond this there are various elementary schools, special schools and occupational training schools.
  • About half of that number were killed by occupational forces and another half were killed by post-war communist authorities.
  • They also have long-term nursing care and an occupational health center.
  • Following the war, he directed the landing of occupational forces in Northern Japan.
  • If a specific occupational exposure cause is found, the person should avoid that environment.
  • Work experience, occupational health and safety training, various excursions and other career-related activities are included.
  • In many countries soldiers serving in specific occupations are referred to by terms other than their occupational name.
  • Within a month, Poland had been divided between two occupational forces.
  • Occupational crime is crime that is committed through opportunity created in the course of legal occupation.
  • They briefly present what is known about the risk for occupational injury, illness, and death.
  • The first established regional occupational health committees while the second made important changes to the regulations.
  • It was occupied by the French army and became part of the French occupational zone.
  • Differences in occupational structure between this minority and the rest are minor in modern times.
  • Environmental health, community health, behavioral health, and occupational health are also important areas of public health.
  • Some of these organizations were based upon religion or ethnicity, while others were occupational in nature.
  • Working time is the period of time that an individual spends at paid occupational labor.
  • For some people, recovery can take weeks or months and may require long-term occupational and physical therapy.
  • The residential school provided religious instruction and occupational training for Indian youth.
  • It is an occupational name, describing originally one who makes or uses wheels.
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Meaning of occupational

  • adjective Of or relating to the activity or business for which you are trained
    occupational hazard