PAT definition

PAT means a document or product accessibility template, including any Information Technology Industry Council Voluntary Product Accessibility Template or VPAT®, that specifies how information and software products, such as websites, applications, software and associated content, conform to WCAG 2.0 Level AA.
PAT means Public Accommodation Tax pursuant to Chapter 61 of Title 30 of the Delaware Code.
PAT means Proficiency Analytical Testing. "PCM" means phase contrast microscopy.

Examples of PAT in a sentence

  • Aggregated PAT results are based upon a weighted average of percent meeting standards (Acceptable, Excellence).

  • PAT tests should be carried out every twelve months with records kept for at least five years.

  • The vessel was fitted with a 5 port PTFE lid which enables the insertion of PAT probes and the dosing funnels.

  • Copies of all maintenance records and PAT testing must be provided to the Council on request (discretionary condition).3.3 Where low-risk (i.e. works that are only recommended and are not required to protect safety) works have been identified for remediation on the Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), the Licence Holder shall at the expiry of the ElCR (5 years from the date of issue) or within two years from the date of the licence, whichever comes sooner, have those works carried out.

  • The Licence Holder shall inform the London Borough of Southwark upon completion of such works (mandatory condition).3.2 A valid Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) record must be available, on request, at any time, for all electrical appliances provided in the property by the licence holder.

More Definitions of PAT

PAT means portable appliance testing.
PAT means provisional acceptance test, which shall be conducted in accordance with PAT protocols within seven (07) days from the notified installation date.
PAT. Robertson, individually and as trustee of each of xxx Xobertson Charitable Remainder Unitrust, u/t/a dated Xxnuary 22, 1990 (the "PR Charitable Trust"), the Gordon P. Robertson Irrevocable Trust, u/t/a dxxxx Xxxxxxxx 00, 0000, the Elizabeth F. Robinson Irrevocable Trust, u/t/a dated Xxxxxxxx 00, 0996, and the Ann R. Lablanc Irrevocable Trust, u/t/a dated Xxxxxxxx 00, 0996 (the Gordon P. Robertson Irrevocable Trust, the Elixxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxx Irrevocable Trust and thx Xxx X. Xxxxxxx Xxxxvocable Trust, together, the "Xxxxxxxxxxx Trusts"), Lisa N. Robertson and Timothy B. Robertson ("Txx Xxxxxxxxx") xx joinx xxxxxxx, xxx Xxx Xobexxxxx, xxxxxxdually, as trustee of eacx xx xxx Xxxxxxx xxx Lisa Robertson Children's Trust, u/x/x xxted September 18, 0995 (the "TR Family Trust") and the Timothy B. Robertson Charitable Trust, u/t/a dxxxx Xxxxxxxx 00, 0096 (the "TR Charitable Trust"), and as custodian to and for each of Abigail H. Robertson, Laura N. Robertson, Elizabeth C. Xxxxxxxxx, Wixxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx anx Xxxxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx xxxxx xxx Xxxxxxxx Unifoxx Xxxxxxxxx xx Xxxxxs Act (Pat Robertson, the PR Charitable Trust, the Irxxxxxxxxx Xxxsts, Lisa N. Robertson, Tim Robertson, the TR Familx Xxxxx xxx xxx XX Xxxxxxxxxx Xxust being sometimes collectively referred to herein as the "Robertson Sellers"), have agreed to sell to FKXX, xxx xf the outstanding shares of Class A Common Stock, par value $0.01 per share, of the Company (the "Class A Stock"), in the form of Class B Common Stock, par value $0.01 per share, of the Company (the "Class B Stock") issuable upon conversion thereof, and the shares of Class B Stock owned by them or issuable to them upon exercise of outstanding stock options, pursuant to that certain Stock Purchase Agreement, dated of even date herewith, by and among FKWW, on the one hand, and each of the Robertson Sellers, on the other hand (as amendxx xxxx xime to time in accordance with its terms, the "Robertson Purchase Agreement");
PAT means proficiency analytical testing. "PCM" means phase contrast microscopy.
PAT means Profit After Tax.
PAT means Proficiency Analytical Testing.
PAT means the consolidated net profit after taxation of SERB and its subsidiaries (now or hereafter) attributable to the owner of SERB for the Profit Guarantee Period based on the Accounts 2022, Accounts 2023, Accounts 2024, Accounts 2025 and/or the Special Audit Report(s) (if so required) after netting off any net losses after tax during the Profit Guarantee Period;