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Checklist

A detailed list of all the elements of a particular job; used to ensure that details are not overlooked in preparing an estimate, or other times during the course of a job.

checklist

A document giving the sequence of actions to be taken at various stages of flight and in emergency situations.
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As part of the demonstration, PeriGen will introduce its new complimentary ROI calculator that analyzes how much malpractice can potentially be avoided using PeriCALM CheckList.
What's more, he said, referring to early studies that found cuts in mortality as high as 50 percent based on the use of checklists in surgery, "That's a really big effect.
Introduction of surgical safety checklists in Ontario, Canada.
Likewise, if you do all of the work in recording all of these checklists and procedures, then your employees won't be nearly as efficient at performing the work.
On average, each of our 20 units added 15 new checklists to their Management Internal Control Toolset self-inspection dashboard prescribed by CIMT," said Capt.
To date, few studies have reported formal validity testing of checklists in clinical settings (6-9).
When you experience that feeling, I recommend that you go with your instincts, perform a Checklist Check, and take a good look at the aircraft systems or equipment that you are operating.
The CAP cancer checklists were originally designed as paper-based tools (generally in word processing software documents) for use in the pathology laboratory.
John Zankowski, ImageXpres President and CEO, states, "We are extremely pleased that the ImageXpres Surg-i-Scan(TM) 'Digital' Surgical Safety Checklist Software App has been fully tested and approved by the Apple software development team, and is now ready for large-scale utilization by hospitals, clinics and physicians' offices.
The most significant weakness of the book is the failure to address the consequences of expanding the use of checklists.