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The Road Haulage Manual 2014

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Jason Gregory, "The Road Haulage Manual 2014"
2014 | ASIN: B00KFKEUKG | 703 pages | EPUB | 9 MB

The Road Haulage Manual 2014
The 2014 RHA Haulage Manual contains all the information required to run a legal and profitable road haulage operation. Crucially it gives clear, easy to understand, current guidance on complying with the obligations of the UK national and international transport operating license. Additionally it contains practical guidance on a range of subjects such as heavy commercial vehicle specification, tire management, information technology, materials handling, fuels and lubricants and costings.

Contents: Employer and Driver Responsibilities; Health & Safety in Road Transport; Road Traffic Law; Driving Licences; Driving Offences and Penalties; Driver's Hours & Working Time Law; Tachograph and Record Keeping; Vehicle Equipment; Goods Vehicle Weights & Dimensions; Lighting & Marking of Vehicles; Costings Finance; Insurance and Vehicle Tax; Operator Licensing; Plating & Testing; Abnormal Loads; Special Loads; Security of Vehicles Premises and Loads; Transport & the Environment, International Transport; Fleet car & Light Vehicle Operation; Materials Handling Legislation; MHE; Transport management Systems; Commercial Vehicle Tyres; Commercial Vehicle Specification; Fuels & Lubricants.
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The Road Haulage Manual 2014

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Jason Gregory, "The Road Haulage Manual 2014"
2014 | ASIN: B00KFKEUKG | 703 pages | EPUB | 9 MB

The Road Haulage Manual 2014
The 2014 RHA Haulage Manual contains all the information required to run a legal and profitable road haulage operation. Crucially it gives clear, easy to understand, current guidance on complying with the obligations of the UK national and international transport operating license. Additionally it contains practical guidance on a range of subjects such as heavy commercial vehicle specification, tire management, information technology, materials handling, fuels and lubricants and costings.

Contents: Employer and Driver Responsibilities; Health & Safety in Road Transport; Road Traffic Law; Driving Licences; Driving Offences and Penalties; Driver's Hours & Working Time Law; Tachograph and Record Keeping; Vehicle Equipment; Goods Vehicle Weights & Dimensions; Lighting & Marking of Vehicles; Costings Finance; Insurance and Vehicle Tax; Operator Licensing; Plating & Testing; Abnormal Loads; Special Loads; Security of Vehicles Premises and Loads; Transport & the Environment, International Transport; Fleet car & Light Vehicle Operation; Materials Handling Legislation; MHE; Transport management Systems; Commercial Vehicle Tyres; Commercial Vehicle Specification; Fuels & Lubricants.
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The Memoirs of Walter Bagehot

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The Memoirs of Walter Bagehot by Frank Prochaska
English | 2013 | ISBN: 0300195540 | 224 pages | PDF | 7 MB

The Memoirs of Walter Bagehot
Walter Bagehot (1826-1877) was a prominent English journalist, banker, and man of letters. For many years he was editor of The Economist, and to this day the magazine includes a weekly "Bagehot" column. His analyses of politics, economics, and public affairs were nothing short of brilliant. Sadly, he left no memoir.

How, then, does this book bear the title, The Memoirs of Walter Bagehot? Frank Prochaska explains, "Given my longstanding interest in Bagehot's life and times, I decided to compose a memoir on his behalf." And so, in this imaginative reconstruction of the memoir Bagehot might have written, Prochaska assumes his subject's voice, draws on his extensive writings (Bagehot's Collected Works fill 15 volumes), and scrupulously avoids what Bagehot considered that most unpardonable of faults-dullness.

A faux autobiography allows for considerable license, but Prochaska remains true to Bagehot's character and is accurate in his depiction of the times. The memoir immerses us in the spirit of the Victorian era and makes us wish to have known Walter Bagehot. He is, Prochaska observes, the Victorian with whom we would most want to have dinner.
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DealersMark Vehicle Education Course Catalog: A Vehicle Dealers Guide to Selling Rules and Regulations

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DealersMark Vehicle Education Course Catalog: A Vehicle Dealers Guide to Selling Rules and Regulations by Vicki Urrunaga
English | December 12, 2014 | ASIN: B00QY5FUZ0 | 126 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 4.74 MB
Our Dealers Guide covers everything you need to know about selling cars in California. Who and What requires a Vehicle Dealers or Auto Brokers License, what guidelines and requirements must be met with each and every sale.

DealersMark Vehicle Education Course Catalog: A Vehicle Dealers Guide to Selling Rules and Regulations
Included in the book are important links to government facilities and forms with publications. Our Guided Lesson is updated every year and meets the requirements of the CA Vehicle Code. It is an approved lesson plan and is used in all of our class sessions.

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Leprosy in Premodern Medicine: A Malady of the Whole Body

Leprosy in Premodern Medicine: A Malady of the Whole Body by Luke Demaitre
English | 1 edition | June 27, 2007 | ISBN-10: 0801886139 | 344 pages | PDF | 4.6 Mb
While premodern poets and preachers viewed leprosy as a "disease of the soul," physicians in the period understood it to be a "cancer of the whole body." In this innovative study, medical historian Luke Demaitre explores medical and social perspectives on leprosy at a time when judicious diagnosis could spare healthy people from social ostracization and help the afflicted get a license to beg.

Extending his inquiry from the first century to late in the eighteenth century, Demaitre draws on translations of academic treatises and archival records to illuminate the professional standing, knowledge, and conduct of the practitioners who struggled to move popular perceptions of leprosy beyond loathing and pity. He finds that, while not immune to social and cultural perceptions of the leprous as degenerate, and while influenced by their own fears of contagion, premodern physicians moderated society's reactions to leprosy and were dedicated to the well-being of their patients.

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