Readily available definition

Readily available means available under a standard of economic feasibility, as applied to the specific circumstances of the applicant, that includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Readily available means the physician must be in near proximity and is able to be contacted either in person or by telecommunications or other electronic means to provide consultation and advice to the practitioner performing delegated medical acts. When application is made for more than the equivalent of three full‑time NPs, CNMs, or CNSs to practice with one physician, or when a NP, CNM, or CNS is performing delegated medical acts in a practice site greater than forty‑five miles from the physician, the Board of Nursing and the Board of Medical Examiners shall review the application to determine if adequate supervision exists.
Readily available means able to be used or obtained quickly and easily.

Examples of Readily available in a sentence

  • Readily available truck mounted diesel hydraulic telescopic boom crane of vintage not registered earlier than 01.01.2012 having lifting capacity of minimum 30 (Thirty) metric tonnes at 3(three) meters operating radius on fully extended outriggers and with 360 degree continuous full capacity slew.

  • Readily available water content, the portion of AWC most easily drawn into a plant’s root system, was assumed to be the water retained between FC and a matric potential of one bar (Liu and Fassman-Beck, 2018).

More Definitions of Readily available

Readily available means no collection or creation of data is required, and little or no computation or analysis of data is required.
Readily available means on site or at a closely related institution by prearranged consultative agreement.
Readily available means that a supervising radiologist is available in person or is available remotely by telephone or through a live, interactive audio and video connection.
Readily available means that the Contractor shall produce an SDS for review within fifteen (15) minutes of the SDS being requested by the Edison Representative or by an official from a government agency. SDSs shall comply with the Federal (29 CFR 1910.1200) and California (Title 8, CCR 5194) OSHA Hazard Communication Standards. (2) All containers of hazardous substances (chemicals and chemical products) shall be properly labeled in accordance with Applicable Laws. These labels shall be clearly legible and capable of withstanding normal shipping and handling while maintaining legibility. Any container received at the Jobsite without labels, or with illegible information, is subject to rejection and return to Contractor at Contractor’s expense. Labels of new chemical products shall be legible and bear the manufacturer’s label and shall include, at a minimum: (i) Identification of any hazardous substance (chemicals and chemical products); (ii) Appropriate hazard warnings; and (iii) Name and address of manufacturer, importer, or other responsible party. Manufacturer labels that are illegible shall be replaced with a label bearing the required data. Each container of hazardous substances (chemicals and chemical products) not in the manufacturer’s original container shall be labeled, tagged, or marked with the following information: (i) Identification of the hazardous substance (chemicals and chemical products); and (ii) appropriate hazard warnings. (3) Contractor is hereby warned that exposure to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm may occur at Edison facilities. Upon request, the Edison Representative shall make available to the Contractor and its employees an SDS for such chemical exposures at the Jobsite. The appropriate SDS is available from Edison’s Occupational Safety and Health Division. Contractor shall inform its Subcontractors of the above information. From the time that Contractor enters Edison facilities or begins the Services until the time the Services are completed, Contractor shall, and shall require its Subcontractors to, issue warnings for exposure to chemicals that Contractor may use in connection with performing the Services or that Contractor is aware of, and that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm to personnel at the Jobsite. Contractor shall also warn the Edison Representative of any exposure which may continue after Contractor has...
Readily available means the physician or medical staff who enters into a practice agreement with an NP, CNM, or CNS must be able to be contacted either in person or by telecommunications or other electronic means to provide consultation and advice to the NP, CNM, or CNS performing medical acts.
Readily available means that a person could obtain this insurance from a local agent or broker. Also, we should not confuse reasonably available with affordable. What a person can afford is subjective and specific to that person. What is important is that the price of the insurance was reasonable considering the risk.
Readily available means present in an appropriate place in a physical copy form that can be handled;