procedural control


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procedural control

A method of airspace control that relies on a combination of previously agreed and promulgated orders and procedures.
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* Criteria for acceptable QC results, e.g., electronic and procedural controls as well as training and competency assessments.
Our final examination of this data involved combinations of the procedural control variables and political control of the branches of government.
Hypothesis 2b: The higher the headquarters' formalized procedural control over the staff in cross-border subsidiaries, the greater the RT.
While procedural control methods will remain a mainstay of airspace and fires integration for the foreseeable future, the integration of personnel from both Services who are directing and monitoring ongoing operations permits dynamic coordination, activation, and deactivation of airspace and fire support coordination measures rather than "buying airspace today for tomorrow's war." When the JAGIC is empowered with the means and authority to pass control instructions directly to the airspace users, mutually supporting operations can rapidly be integrated, conflicts can be resolved on the fly, and real-time coordination of competing requests can either be resolved through the use of flexible, informal control measures or by direct coordination requiring no control measures at all.
Each trial consisted of three hook treatments: 1) control, 2) procedural control (sham magnet), and 3) magnetic treatment (Fig.
Order management, material weighing/addition/traceability status, equipment state/cleaning/calibration tracking, product sampling and adjustment, electronic procedural control and data collection, are examples of workflow processes critical to optimising operations.
Unit procedural control and phase execution with an MCS is more efficient than in a traditional environment with separate system domains.
It explains process control as it is practiced in batch process industries, mostly using recipe-driven procedural control and equipment entities that make recipes relatively simple.
A high level of real-time procedural control can only be achieved with full integration between the instrument and other laboratory systems.
Ill addition to establishing Raven ROZs, procedural control measures must be developed and enforced.
The company also announces a new organizational structure designed to improve operating focus and procedural control and to identify and develop candidates for succession requirements.