control survey

control survey

A survey, 1 that provides horizontal and vertical positions of points to which supplementary surveys are adjusted.
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To qualify for the award, GreenWood successfully completed a comprehensive risk control survey and audit performed by independent risk management safety professionals.
Seventy-five percent of organizations said they experienced check fraud in 2016 -- an increase of 71% over the previous year, according to the 2017 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey.
In a recent Orkin Pest Control survey, 61% of respondents said that they still would eat their meal after a fly touched it, but only three percent said they would continue eating after a cockroach came in contact with the food.
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The typical financial loss incurred by companies due to payments fraud in 2013 was $23,100 according to the "Payments Fraud and Control Survey, sponsored by J.
Apart from this, the section carried out a campaign for mosquito control in several areas, while a rodent control survey was conducted in industrial and commercial areas in the emirate.
For a commercial property, make sure you always get a salesperson to carry out a pest control survey of the premises," says Tate, highlighting that every pest issue is different, and so, a number of parameters to be considered before a treatment is decided to control the same.
In 2013, 60 percent of businesses were exposed to actual or attempted fraud, according to the Association of Financial Professionals (AFP) 2014 Payments Fraud and Control Survey.
a provider of loss control survey software for insurers, announces integration of the RC Inspection solution with e2Value Insurance-to-Value valuation tools.
The influence that a building control survey can have a scheme - no matter what its end function or scale - cannot be underestimated.
Regarding continuous-transmission network and demarcation of sites by satellite positioning, al-Sada explained that CGIS supervises "Qatar's geodetic network which consists of approximately 6,000 horizontal control survey monuments and 4,500 vertical control survey stations distributed throughout the country".
The mistake occurred when "human error" led to their details being inserted in the wrong box of an email sent by the Met to distribute a quality control survey.