Good Practice definition

Good Practice means such practice in the processing of personal data as appears to the Commissioner to be desirable having regard to the interests of data subjects and others, and includes (but is not limited to) compliance with the requirements of this Act;
Good Practice means using standards, practices, methods and procedures conforming to the law, reflecting up-to-date published evidence and exercising that degree of skill and care, diligence, prudence and foresight which would reasonably and ordinarily be expected from a skilled, efficient and experienced commissioner; Guidance means any protocol, policy, guidance or manual (issued by NHS England whether under this Agreement or otherwise) and/or any policy or guidance relating to the exercise of the Delegated Functions issued by NHS England from time to time, in accordance with clause 24.4;
Good Practice means exercising the same skill, expertise and judgment and using facilities and resources of a similar or superior quality as might be expected from a person who:

Examples of Good Practice in a sentence

  • The company is majority owned by Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx and has a Level 3 Contributor status in terms of the Codes of Good Practice issued under the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003.

  • There are many black-owned law firms being established to meet the needs of clients for promoting black professionals while maximizing the requirements of the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice.

  • Our competitive advantage can therefore be summarized as : a mix of youth and experience an EME which will benefit from the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice by being black woman owned extensive knowledge and experience of the corporate world in-depth expertise in identified areas of the law and specific industries a broad knowledge of the legal requirements of small businesses.


More Definitions of Good Practice

Good Practice means using standards, practices, methods and procedures conforming to the law, reflecting up-to-date published evidence and exercising that degree of skill and care, diligence, prudence and foresight which would reasonably and ordinarily be expected from a skilled, efficient and experienced commissioner; Guidance means any applicable guidance, guidelines, direction or determination, framework, code of practice, standard or requirement to which the ICB has a duty to have regard (and whether specifically mentioned in this Agreement or not), to the extent that the same are published and publicly available or the existence or contents of them have been notified to the ICB by any relevant Regulatory or Supervisory Body but excluding Mandated Guidance; HSCA means the Health and Social Care Xxx 0000; ICB means an Integrated Care Board established pursuant to section 14Z25 of the NHS Act and named in the Particulars; ICB Deliverables all documents, products and materials developed by the ICB or its Staff in relation to this Agreement and the Delegated Functions in any form and required to be submitted to NHS England under this Agreement, including data, reports, policies, plans and specifications; IG Guidance for Serious Incidents IG Guidance for Serious Incidents NHS Digital’s Checklist Guidance for Information Governance Serious Incidents Requiring Investigation June 2013, available at: xxxxx://xxxxxxx.xxx.xx/data-and- information/looking-after-information/data-security-and- informationgovernance/data-security-and-protection- toolkit ;
Good Practice means exercising such skill, diligence, prudence, experience, expertise, foresight and judgement as can be expected from a skilled and experienced person under the same or similar circumstances;
Good Practice means the exercise of reasonable skill, care, prudence, efficiency, foresight and timeliness which would be expected from a reasonably and suitably skilled, trained and experienced person performing the relevant obligations;
Good Practice means practice that appears to the Commission to be desirable having regard to the guiding principles;
Good Practice means all elements in established practice that collectively will lead to final blood or blood components that consistently meet predefined specifications and compliance with defined regulations;
Good Practice means using standards, practices, methods and procedures conforming to the law and exercising that degree of skill, care, diligence, prudence and foresight which would reasonably and ordinarily be expected from a skilled, efficient and experienced clinical services Contractor providing clinical services and/or engaged in operations similar to the Services under the same or similar to the obligations of the relevant party under this Agreement whilst at the same time complying with any specific standards set out in this Agreement or notified to the Contractor by the Commissioner from time to time;
Good Practice that degree of skill, care, prudence and foresight and operating practice which would reasonably and ordinarily be expected from time to time of a skilled and experienced Police Force and/or Police Body (as applicable) “Grant Terms & Conditionsthe terms and conditions which are attached to the Counter Terrorism Policing Grant