Examples of Response Services in a sentence
Ex. 2 at - 97223 (“Upon engagement for Incident Response Services .
BACKGROUND The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) requires a Security Service Provider to provide Armed Response Services to the entire property of the Lowveld National Botanical Garden (LNBG).
Provincial Managers/Co-ordinators are accountable to the Provincial Head of Operational Response Services for the day-to-day management and operation of all border police activities in their respective provinces.
The Customer may order Additional Parts from the Supplier from time to time under the Sales Terms for whatever reason it wishes, but such Additional Parts do not form part of any Unit for the purpose of the Maintenance Services and such Additional Parts will not be maintained by the Supplier as part of Scheduled Maintenance or the Response Services until they form part of a Unit.
Information about existing certification programs for incident handlers can be found in the CERT State of the Practice of CSIRTs report [Killcrece 03].• ERS = Emergency Response Services Another acronym is ISAC, which is Information Sharing and Analysis Centers.
Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Response Services The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture that administers the nation’s 155 national forests and 20 national grasslands, which encompass 193 million acres (780,000 km2).
NanoSpun’s water treatment capability has potential application for Swire Beverages, Finlays and Swire Oilfield Services, while its oil spill clean-up products could greatly enhance the capabilities of Swire Pacific Offshore subsidiary, Swire Emergency Response Services.
Over the years various initiatives have been taken by NRHM to overcome difficulties with regard to „hard to reach areas‟ through services such as Emergency Response Services and patient transport system and Mobile Medical Units (MMU).Emergency Response and Patient transport system: The term Emergency Medical Transport Service (EMTS) evolved to reflect a change from a simple transportation system (ambulance service) to a system in which actual medical care occurred in addition to transportation.
Response: Services areas for storage and trash will be enclosed and screened with six foot minimum height masonry and/or wood or cementitious siding to match adjacent buildings.
Purchase of Service Agreement with ND Department of Health for Emergency Response Services (CFDA #93.069).