performance standard

performance standard

In building construction, a standard which defines the required performance of the building (taken as a whole) or of specified building components.
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27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Center for Sustainable Shale Development (CSSD), a collaboration of environmental organizations and energy companies to encourage prudent and responsible development of shale gas resources in the Appalachian region, announced today that it has expanded its wastewater Performance Standard 1 to address the treatment of shale wastewater at permitted facilities.
PESHAWAR, January 26, 2012 (Balochistan Times): A one day Workshop on Awareness of Performance Standard arranged by the NEPRA here at Wapda House laid great stress on improvements in technical and operational performance and effective functioning of the distribution companies.
For example, while Ex-Im has established a measure for outreach to small businesses owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals and by women, it has no measure for monitoring progress toward its performance standard for increasing the amount made available to finance their exports.
Therefore, the minimum braking force, at a slow speed, required by the FMCSA's brake performance standard is equivalent to the normal maximum forces under the agency's proposed new cargo securement standard.
Specifically, decreases in motivation and performance were found when rewards were not tied to meeting a specific performance standard, when the standards for receiving the reward were not clearly outlined, when participants were unable to meet the contingency required to obtain the reward, or when participants received less than maximal reward.
An analysis of the sample group's CEO bonus plans indicates that 36% of companies with a bonus plan based on specific performance measures don't disclose any information on the performance standard used to evaluate CEO performance for the bonus award decision.
A performance standard can serve not only as a "target to shoot at" but also as a benchmark against which success can be assessed.
APA-The Engineered Wood Association recently updated two performance standards, PRP-108 Performance Standards for Structural-Use Panels, and PRR-401 Performance Standard for APA EWS Rim Boards.
The upgrade to 4Gb enables customers to affordably migrate to the next performance standard without replacing already installed 1Gb and 2Gb Fibre Channel equipment.
Commissioners recently voted 2-1 (with Commissioner Thomas Moore dissenting) to deny a petition from a Pediatric Injury Control Research Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, which had asked CPSC to issue a performance standard for bicycle handlebars.
The system establishes a real-world performance standard that can drive hospital performance, accountability and contracting.
Elsa Murano, agriculture undersecretary, told the committee that a performance standard is a marker that points to potential problems.
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