Recommended Standard


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Recommended Standard

(standard)
(RS) A series of EIA standards including EIA-232.
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The recommended standard also contains provisions for medical surveillance, including a new technique for the early detection of lung cancer; earnings protection for workers removed from exposure; information and training, and exposure monitoring.
These recommendations are compiled in Recommended Standard CVB Performance Reporting: A Handbook for CVBs.
In particular, this tender will focus upon quality, requiring vendors to demonstrate how they ensure that the materials and equipment supplied meet with the recommended standard.
Rosamond is park-poor, according to the National Recreation and Park Association's recommended standard of at least five acres for every 1,000 population.
The Good Beach Guide 2002, launched today, reveals that more than a third of all bathing spots in the UK have met the recommended standard for clean water required by the Marine Conservation Society.
9 metres and recommended standard cable burial depth is about 1.
Jeff Myers, 59, of Oak View said he plans to tell the board on Tuesday that the recommended standard is far too low.
West Kirby met the recommended standard for clean water required by the Marine Conservation Society.
The recommended standard, if adopted by the ICAO Council in May, would require new airplane types to be 10 decibels cumulative quieter than the current Stage 3/Chapter 3 requirements.
A DOE official in Oakland said the recommended standard for the cleanup falls within the EPA's ``range'' for land that can then be released for use, including homes, and that the agency responsibly considered the public's concerns.
However, if the legislation goes ahead in its proposed form, all new companies which adopt the companies' recommended standard set of internal rules will be able to use electronic communications to despatch copies of their accounts and reports, summary financial statements and notices of meetings to shareholders.
Research by Government vetinarary officers found more than 97 per cent of abattoirs and cutting houses did reach the recommended standard - but a significant 2.