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    #1

    traffic routes

    Hi,

    could you please tell me whether it is possible to say "traffic routes" when talking about forklift routes inside a manufacturing plant:

    The employer hereby expressly advises the employee of the ban on entry to the premises of the warehouses and to the traffic routes in the manufacturing areas outside the employee’s workplace.

    Thanks a lot!

    Hanka


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    Re: traffic routes

    The employer hereby expressly advises the employee of the ban on entry to the premises of the warehouses and to the forklift thoroughfares in the manufacturing areas outside the employee’s workplace.

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    #3

    Re: traffic routes

    Do you mean to say: ???

    Employees are banned from entry into the warehouse and on all forklift traffic routes in manufacturing areas, except in the employee's workplace.


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    Re: traffic routes

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    Do you mean to say: ???

    Employees are banned from entry into the warehouse and on all forklift traffic routes in manufacturing areas, except in the employee's workplace.
    Yes, because the sentence that follows this sentence says that it also applies to the employee´s workplace.
    The whole text is:
    The employer hereby expressly advises the employee that employees are banned from entry to the premises of the warehouses and on the thoroughfares in the manufacturing areas outside the employee’s workplace. In his/her workplace, too, the employee shall exercise increased caution in the areas designated for forklifts or other trucks.


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    #5

    Re: traffic routes

    Good point!
    I took it to mean the area outside the building where they worked !!

    ...other than the employee’s work area.

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