Polish (polski, jezyk polski, polszczyzna) is the official language of Poland. Polish is the main representative of the Lekhitic branch of the Western Slavic languages. It originated in the areas of present-day Poland from several local Western Slavic dialects, most notably those spoken in Greater Poland and Lesser Poland.
Many words have been borrowed from German as a result of heavy contact with Germans and the German language, this process has been going on since medieval times. Examples include szlachta (from German Geschlecht=nobility), rachunek (Rechnung=account), ratusz (Rathaus=town hall), burmistrz (Bürgermeister=mayor; word used only for mayors of smaller cities), handel (Handel=commerce), kac (Kater=hangover), kartofel (Kartoffel=potato; this word is dialectal: most Poles use the word 'ziemniak' for potato, but both words are understood anywhere), cukier (Zucker=sugar), kelner (Kellner=waiter) and malarz (Maler=painter; also the word 'malowac' has entered Polish as the verb "to paint"). This is especially true of the regional dialects of Upper Silesia. There are also several words of French origin in the language, most likely dating from the Napoleon era, such as ekran (écran=screen), rekin (requin=shark), meble (meuble=furniture), fotel (fauteuil=armchair), plaza (plage=beach) and koszmar (cauchemar=nightmare). Some place names have also been adapted from French, such as the two Warsaw boroughs of Zoliborz (joli bord=beautiful riverside) and Mokotów (mon coteau=my cottage), as well as the suburb of Zyrardów (from the name Girard, with the Polish suffix -ów attached to form the town's name). Other words are borrowed from other Slavic languages, for example "hanba" and "brama" from Czech.
Polish is an Indo-European language belonging to the West Slavonic group. When the proto Slavonic tribes left their lands between the Odra and Dnieper rivers in the early Middle Ages, they settled almost the entire central, eastern and southern Europe, reaching the Elba in the west, the Volga and Dvina in the east and the Balkan Peninsula in the south.
One of the effects of this expansion was the emergence of three groups of Slavonic languages: west, south and east. The West Slavonic group also comprises Czech and Slovak and despite a variety of differences between these languages, Poles, Czechs and Slovaks can easily understand one another without an interpreter.
When vehicle is ready to be loaded, the driver must stand in the designated safe area. Whilst you are stood in the safe area a green light will show and loading can commence. If you step out of the safe area a red light will show and loading will stop. Drivers are to remain in the safe area until instructed by British Gypsum that they are to assist or that the loading is complete.
When loading has finished, check your load and alert the FLT driver if you notice anything unsafe or damaged. Sign the paperwork and give back to the FLT driver.
After pulling the barrier across the side you are working on, secure your load using edge protectors and straps. There is an applicator provided to place the edge protectors. You must not climb on the trailer or product at any time. You must provide your own straps, ratchets and edge protectors. You are not allowed to use any load securing equipment that is British Gypsum property.
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