General Duty Clause

General Duty Clause,

General Duty Clause:

  • In the absence of workplace health or safety standards, the general agreement in Section 5 (a) (1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970 sets out the responsibilities of the employer. This clause obliges every employer to provide work and employment to each of its employees which is free from the risk of causing death or serious injury to its employees. Violations of mandatory provisions usually occur when there is a threat from a condition or activity in the workplace that can be eliminated or significantly reduced, resulting in the death of an employee. Or severe bodily injury.

Literal Meanings of General Duty Clause

General:

Meanings of General:
  1. A high-ranking army commander or military officer.

  2. The general public.

  3. It affects or relates to all or most people, places or things.

  4. Add or add features or key elements to something and generally ignore exceptions.

  5. Chief or Director.

Sentences of General
  1. The strongest relationship exists between the military commander and the generals and officers who report it directly.

  2. Books for public use

  3. General introduction to this topic

  4. A manager

Synonyms of General

extensive, approximate, orthodox, unspecific, traditionalist, accepted, mainstream, imprecise, popular, universal, ill-defined, established, overall, rife, common, inexact, well established, unfocused, hazy, prevailing, public, widespread, woolly, non-specific, basic

Duty:

Meanings of Duty:
  1. There are moral or legal obligations.

  2. A task or action that a person must perform.

  3. Payment is collected on import, export, manufacture or sale of goods.

  4. A measure of engine performance per unit of work per unit.

Sentences of Duty
  1. It is my duty to respect the law

  2. The Queen's official duty

  3. 6% import tax 6

Synonyms of Duty

function, part, levy, mission, requirement, responsibility, reverence, commitment, faithfulness, tariff, loyalty, fidelity, concern, tax, role, obligation, homage, job, allegiance, duty, respect, tithe, toll, assignment, commission, obedience, task, deference, chore, place

Clause:

Meanings of Clause:
  1. The grammatical organizational unit, which is located directly below the sentence in the line, must include an essay and a preposition in traditional grammar.

  2. Articles, terms or conditions are specific and separate from an agreement, law or agreement.

Sentences of Clause
  1. In each of the above sentences, the two sentences are connected by a series of sentences without a sentence.

  2. Agreements usually contain a provision of an electoral law that determines the applicable law.

Synonyms of Clause

heading, subsection, clause, wording, set phrase, expression, phrasal verb, item, group of words, part, term, idiomatic expression, locution, note, word group, phrasal idiom, paragraph, passage, construction, point