avoidable delay

avoidable delay

[ə′vȯid·ə·bəl di′lā]
(industrial engineering)
An interruption under the control of the operator during the normal operating time.
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House Bill 8842 provides that Filipinos seeking employment abroad shall be given, by the government and all its agencies, instrumentalities and all its officials and employees, the utmost support for their travel and employment abroad by ensuring the issuance of their travel documents and other documentary requirements, such as passports, NBI clearances, and birth certificates among others, within the shortest possible time without unnecessary or avoidable delay.
This avoidable delay is an unfolding tragedy in light of evidence showing that front-line worker-delivered, parent-mediated interventions (e.g.
Such delays cause an avoidable delay in confirmation of their nationality and thus detrimental to the timely release of prisoners and fishermen."
He said: "Cancer is an especially cruel and vicious disease that thrives during any avoidable delay in treatment.
The Ombudsman called on the council to apologise, and to pay Mr Buck [pounds sterling]400 "to recognise the impact of avoidable delay, distress, uncertainty and time and trouble caused."
The Ombudsman called on the council to apologise, and to pay Mr Buck PS400 "to recognise the impact of avoidable delay, distress, uncertainty and time and trouble caused."
The Ombudsman report calls on the council to apologise, and to pay Mr Buck PS400 "to recognise the impact of avoidable delay, distress, uncertainty and time and trouble caused by the faults identified in this report".
"It is inconceivable that patients and families, already desperate for a cure, should face any avoidable delay."
"These delayed productions necessitated additional interviews with witnesses and caused an entirely avoidable delay in the production of this report," it said, adding that the DEA had taken action since mid-2015 to ensure that the DOJ OIG receives timely access to information.
First Minister Carwyn Jones said: "Let's be clear, this is an avoidable delay to clear up an avoidable mess.
It further asked the registrar to satisfy himself about the legality and validity of the power of attorney as well as the newly-wed couple through video-conferencing, as compelling them to visit India only for this purpose would entail avoidable delay and expenses.
Mr Gittins added: "The loss of even a single life to a potentially avoidable delay is unacceptable and so I intend to make reports to both the ambulance trust and the health board advising them of my concerns that unless action is taken, circumstances creating a risk of other deaths will continue to exist."