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English to Japanese: Drug Education General field: Other Detailed field: Education / Pedagogy
Source text - English Drug Education in Secondary Schools
* Information for parents
What is a drug?
Generally, a drug is a substance that can change how the body and mind work. All drugs, whether legal or illegal, can cause harm.
Legal drugs include alcohol, tobacco, caffeine and medications. Some legal drugs have restrictions placed on them that make their sale or use illegal. For example, it is illegal to supply alcohol or tobacco to people under the age of 18. Illegal drugs include cannabis, ecstasy and amphetamines.
How can parents be involved?
By working together, parents and schools can teach young people about the potential dangers of drugs. It is important that teachers, parents and students talk about what is appropriate in their school’s drug education program. This will help meet the needs of the students and school community in relation to drug education.
What are the rules regarding drugs at school?
Smoking on school premises is banned at all times. This includes all school buildings, gardens, sports fields and car parks.
Alcohol must not be consumed or brought to the school during school hours. This includes staff, students and visitors. Alcohol is also not permitted at any school function, such as dances and farewells, whenever students from any school are present.
Principals will suspend any student who possesses or uses a suspected illegal substance at school. Students who assist other students to obtain illegal substances or supply restricted substances will also be suspended.
Schools have rules about drugs. These include the use and storage of medicines when children need to take them during the school day. It is important that parents are aware of these rules.
English to Japanese: RTA E-Toll General field: Tech/Engineering Detailed field: Automotive / Cars & Trucks
Source text - English welcome to the RTA E-Toll
the easy way to pay on all Sydney and interstate toll roads.
Before you use your RTA E-Toll tag, please read the enclosed information and take the time to closely follow the instructions. Your tag may not work if it is incorrectly installed which may result in an administration fee being charged to your RTA E-Toll account.
Inside this pack you will find:
Your electronic tag/s and tag brackets for attachment to your vehicles windscreen. Please note that tags are prepacked with a bracket attached.
Tag mounting instructions - please follow these carefully to ensure that your tag works correctly. Special note for late model vehicles: Some late model or European-made vehicles have metallic windscreens requiring tags to be attached in a position different to that shown in the installation instructions. If an area of your vehicle's windscreen is covered with dots or is lighter than the rest of the windscreen, your vehicle has a metallic windscreen and the tag must be attached within this area. Please refer to your vehicle's handbook for more information.
Your E-Toll account has been opened with a security deposit and an opening balance for each tag. When your E-Toll account balance falls to or below the minimum amount, we will top up your account by transferring the top-up amount from your nominated credit card or bank account.
Translation - Japanese このたびは、道路交通局のE-tollにお申込みいただき、ありがとうございます。E-tollとは、シドニーすべての有料道路を通過する際に、簡単に料金の支払ができるシステムです。
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