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Physical examinations of railroad employes. Address presented at Fortieth Annual Convention of the Association of Railway Claim Agents, Detroit, Mich., June 20th, 1929. by Frank V. Whiting

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Published in Detroit, Mich .
Written in English

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  -the pennsylvania railroad safety rules, maintenance of equipment and stores employes. good condition. -THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD SYSTEM, EXCLUDING OHIO RIVER AND WESTERN RAILWAY WAYNESBURG AND WASHINGTON RAILROAD, SCHEDULE OF REGULATIONS AND RATES OF PAY FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF ENGINEERS IN ROAD AND   Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad employee records of employment are recorded in a bound ledger book (record number ) and box numbers and for the years through for the joint line from Denver to Pueblo. Possible information recorded in the book is: name of employee, date of employment, location,   B. Employes must pass the required examinations. C. the physical characteristics or rules of the railroad, or portion of the railroad, over which the train is to be TRAIN REGISTER.—A book or form used at designated stations for registering signals displayed, the time of   physical examinations, including drug tests, of employees returning from leaves.” Carrier, on the other hand, relies upon Award 1 of Public Law Board No. , which also involves these parties and postdated the PI5 Award. There, the Carrier required an employee to submit to a fitness-for-duty

   These regulations relating to the physical examinations of candidates are published for the convenience of candidates and to enable them to ascertain for themselves their possessing the required physical standard. These regulations are also intended to provide guidelines to the medical examiners conducting the medical examination.   CEDAR RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. CHICAGO, CENTRAL & PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY. and its. Employees Represented by the. BROTHERHOOD OF MAINTENANCE OF WAY EMPLOYES DIVISION. Including all revisions through. July 1, Bold “Green” print designates previously agreed to changes:?. selected for such a position contingent upon successful completion of physical fitness testing and medical examinations as a condition of their employment. The primary use of this information will be to determine the nature of a medical or physical condition that may affect safe and From the Rare Books Collection. This antiphonal manuscript, circa 16th century, is believed to be of Spanish origin. An antiphoner is a Catholic liturgical book containing antiphons and responsories for the Daily Office, the set of eight daily prayer services held by members of the ://

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