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Automation of the maintenance record keeping process is a new and essential component of our Maintenance Performance Toolbox and we are pleased to provide airlines with the foundation for establishing more efficient maintenance operations," said Per Noren, vice president, Digital Solutions, Boeing Digital Aviation -- a business unit of Commercial Aviation Services.
I am a health visitor and I am part of a working party looking at creating a standard for record keeping.
ABMU Health Board said the arrests and suspensions came about after internal systems "picked up alleged anomalies regarding the record keeping of a small number of nurses".
Request for Proposal for Provide Record Keeping and Payment Administration Services for Offline and Medicare Reimbursement.
Global Banking News-December 27, 2013--Barclays fined for poor record keeping
AHEALTH Board has apologised to the family of an elderly man who died in hospital for failing to take into account his needs and a lack of record keeping.
The AOP is inviting a limited number of optometrists to take part in a pilot scheme to explore the resolution of record keeping issues at a local level.
A penalty will only be levied on the most extreme cases of poor record keeping, but in the longer term, HMRC intends to issue penalties of up to pounds 3,000 for serious inadequacies in record-keeping.
HMRC has said it plans to select cases on the basis of risk assessment, focussing on businesses that have features associated with poor record keeping, but a small proportion may be chosen at random.
Former Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett said poor record keeping could be to blame for the late disclosure this week that two US "rendition" flights transporting terrorist suspects had landed on UK soil in 2002.
Carpenter strongly argued that this record keeping will be far more time-consuming than EPA believes.
Classroom record keeping made simple; tips for time-strapped teachers.