Road transport workerâ€(tm)s time divided up into working time groups â€“ driving time, availability time, and other working time â€“ in accordance with legal requirements. Tachographs also record break/rest times.
The set of minimum health and safety standards relating to basic hours, shift and overtime hours, rest periods and holiday entitlements. Subject to a Directive effective on the 23rd November 1996. Certain excluded sectors (such a transport operations) were excluded from the Directive, but have now largely been brought into line through a series of piecemeal measures.
The time an installer has to work with a strip of wallpaper from pasting to positioning on the wall. Consider the time factor before attempting to paste too many strips of wallpaper. If you exceed the working time, the wallpaper may delaminate, or the adhesive may dry out.
A measure of the interval of time during which an adhesive may be effectively applied to the adherend surface before adhesive setting retards flow and application properties of the adhesive. Back to the top
The amount of time available for placing and finishing a cement-based material before it begins to set. Often depends on the ambient temperature and substrate temperature.
Working time refers to the period of time that an individual spends at paid occupational labor. Unpaid labors such as housework are not considered part of the working week. Many countries regulate the work week by law, such as stipulating minimum daily rest periods, annual holidays and a maximum number of working hours per week.