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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Under the said rules, fines shall not be imposed in case of non-compliance of guaranteed performance standards under force majeure conditions in the event circumstances that increment an annual count of a particular Guaranteed Performance Standard.
Two of the new standards, ILSAC GF-6A and GF-6B, are the latest in a line of more stringent performance specifications put forward by the International Lubricant Standardization Advisory Committee (ILSAC), and a third standard, AP SP, is APIs latest engine oil performance standard. API SP includes all of the ILSAC requirements while at the same time provides performance requirements for oils that do not fall under ILSAC-member recommendations.
The Assistant Minister of Land Management, Water and Sanitation services, Mr Kefentse Mzwinila, says government has not subscribed to Performance Standard 5 of the International Financial Service Corporation (IFC).
(2) Our theoretical modeling illustrates that a performance standard can be thought of as a tax-and-subsidy program.
In accordance with The Energy Act 2011, by April 2018, it will become illegal to let residential or commercial properties that do not meet a minimum energy performance standard. The Government intends to use an EPC rating of E as the minimum standard.
Introducing an emissions performance standard (EPS) for new power plants is likely to increase energy prices for consumers, but it will help "Britain blaze ahead with world-leading low carbon technology", Energy and Climate Change Committee chairman Tim Yeo said.
The report said introducing an emissions performance standard could force faster emissions cuts and prevent new fossil fuel power stations being built.
A performance standard of this nature would be best utilized in scientific or supervisory positions.
Choose a QC strategy that will detect changes that would cause results to fail to meet the defined performance standard. This is not as complicated as it sounds.
For this function, the following criteria for employee performance standard definition and performance success definition were identified:
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.

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