code of practice


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code of practice

A technical document setting forth standards of good construction for various materials and trades, but does not have the force of law.
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The Code of Practice offers practical advice on the implementation of the Act and also sets out various scenarios to assist healthcare professionals who may be involved in speaking to families about organ donation.
Things looked set to improve when the revised Code of Practice was put in place.
Richard Holland, from independent property consultancy Phoenix Beard, says the code of practice has been widely accepted by the major commercial property bodies, but he is now calling for mandatory regulation to ensure better protection of leadeholder's cash.
The OFT's code of practice, which applies only to the big four, outlaws certain practices, such as imposing retrospective discounts.
Aware of its responsibility for food quality, the can coatings industry felt it necessary to take a proactive approach and created the code of practice in cooperation with other industry associations along the supply chain.
The new Code of Practice not only considers compressed air that is used in direct contact with food production but also compressed air that does not come into contact with the food product but forms part of the production process.
The Code of Practice (DENI, 1998) sets out a five-stage approach to identifying, assessing and providing for children with special educational needs.
Property consultant Gerald Eve said 76pc of tenants have never introduced the principles of the Code of Practice for Commercial Leases in England and Wales to lease negotiations.
The service providers have said that the aim of the Code of Practice is to make it easier for customers to migrate from one service provider to another, as customers currently often experience delays and disruptions in changing service providers.
The French National Standard (NF Z 42-013) code of practice for electronic records aims to guarantee the integrity of electronic records and the audit trail.
As this issue of the Journal of Employee Assistance goes to press, the International Labour Organization is putting the finishing touches on a code of practice to guide employers and workers in establishing programs and policies to address violence and stress in public and private service organizations, such as schools, hospitals, banks, post offices, and restaurants.
THE Press Complaints Commission has cleared the Sunday Mercury of any breach of its Code of Practice over a comment made in a Sunday Roast column.