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CIPA

(Camera & Imaging Products Association, Japan, www.cipa.jp/english) A membership organization of analog and digital camera manufacturers. It was founded in 2002 after the Japan Camera Industry Association (JCIA) was dissolved. See CIPA rating.
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All employees involved in production and R&D have as such played a role in receiving this latest award, with the JCIA looking highly upon these employees for their safety awareness and safe operations and the fact that these have allowed chemical operations to continue without incident at the two subsidiaries.
'The awareness about high quality standards in healthcare is increasing day-by-day and patients need the assurance which the Aga Khan University Hospital through its JCIA seal endorses it to the patients,' continues Akbar Khan, head of quality and patient safety, AKUH.
The proposal to establish a Japanese-style central intelligence agency (JCIA) prompted a widespread debate within the government and the mass media before it was ultimately abandoned in favor of a revision of existing structures.
Taiba Hospital became the first hospital in Kuwait to receive a certificate of quality in health care from JCIA. With the capacity to treat over 700 patients daily, Taiba Hospital is the largest healthcare platform in its geographic area and has further expanded its reach by recently launching two additional clinics.
AKUH is the first and only hospital in Pakistan and one of the select few teaching hospitals in the world to be awarded Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA), USA for maintaining the highest standards of healthcare.
Cummings (1990) notes further evidence of battles between these professional organizations vis-a-vis the Joint Commission on Interprofessional Affairs (JCIA) in the late 1980's and early 1990's.
It will consist of various events and activities and will exemplify and promote safe, high quality patient care in accordance with the JCIA guidelines."
On that point, the AAD, the Skin Cancer Foundation, Japan's JCIA and Germany's DGK offer many suggestions for improvement but seem to request an alternative invitro UVA testing procedure, namely the Critical Wavelength.
Over the past number of years that critical care services have been provided, health care institutions have developed quality standards with which both the hospital and its practitioners should comply regarding the provision of quality service, such as the Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA) of the USA.
"It is anticipated that legal responsibility and burden of Japanese companies in Europe will increase as they will have to respond to the necessary legal requirements," said Yoshihiro Katsuki, a spokesman for the JCIA. "Whether the impact on companies is major is not yet known and the impact on companies will also differ depending on the products they manufacture.
TOKYO - The number of cooperative insurance contracts in force totaled 144.93 million in fiscal 2002, up 1.0% over the previous year for the third consecutive yearly rise, the Japan Cooperative Insurance Association (JCIA) said Friday.
Japan: Following an amendment adopted by the Japanese Parliament in May that requires chemical manufacturers and importers to test for ecotoxicity, the Japanese Chemical Industry Association (JCIA) has argued that the new regulations are arbitrary and punitive.