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Hence the importance of understanding disablement in its broader conception and as part of group health, or as a milestone of social determination of the health-disease process, using as a reference the social contradictions found in the contradictions in life, especially when it comes to jobs for people with disabilities.
The standard minimum payment for disablement war pension varies depending on rank.
In case of a motor vehicle accident in which a person dies or suffers permanent disablement the owner of the vehicle is bound to pay Rs.50,000 in respect of the death, and Rs, 25,000 in respect of permanent disablement, if an application is made to the Tribunal on the principle of 'no fault' (Section 140 of the Act).
Earlier this month the miners' union Nacods secured a ruling from the High Court in London that the Department for Work and Pensions had acted unlawfully by relying on a rudimentary cold water test when assessing hundreds of its members for industrial injuries disablement benefit.
Drain Disablement is also considered by the Health Department to be one of the most effective retrofit options in preventing injuries and fatalities, since it does not depend on mechanical devices that can fail in an emergency.
The Life Line Express has made a significant difference in the lives of those suffering from avoidable disablement in this region.
Plans cover natural death, as well as death by accident, permanent total or partial disablement due to an accident, death due to an accident in common carriers and a cash benefit on hospitalization in addition to a lump sum benefit on hospitalization exclusively for Emirates Islamic Bank's customers.
THOUSANDS of miners suffering from osteoarthritis of the knee - commonly known as Miners' Knee - can now claim Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit.
The change, starting from July 13, will allow sufferers to claim industrial injuries disablement benefit worth up to pounds 143.60 a week.
Under phase 2, steps include disablement of plutonium production facilities at Yongbyon and a "complete and correct" declaration of DPRK nuclear activities, in exchange for delivery of energy assistance and removal of certain U.S.
In exchange for the disablement of the complex and submitting a list of its nuclear programs, North Korea has been promised energy aid equivalent to a total of 1 million tons of heavy fuel oil, the delivery of which has yet to be completed.
An IAEA statement also confirmed on Thursday that Pyongyang had stopped "disablement work", a move North Korea had threatened in light of the US's delay in removing it from the "terror" list.
State Department spokesman Robert Wood said, ''Obviously, we're very concerned about some of the reversal of disablement activities that the North has been engaged in.''
nuclear watchdog did not mention any particular changes in other nuclear facilities under its watch, suggesting that North Korea's move to restore nuclear facilities following the mid-August suspension of disablement centers on the graphite experimental reactor at Yongbyon.
It was supposed to have completed the disablement and handed over the declaration by December 31 in return for one million tonnes of fuel oil or equivalent energy aid, and diplomatic benefits.
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