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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE Introduction This easy-to-use Quick Reference Guide will help you to more fully appreciate your vehicle’s superior features, unique functions and advanced technology. ■ The Quick Reference Guide is intended to provide you with a user-friendly learning experience to quickly acquaint you with your new INFINITI vehicle. ■ Refer to the Quick Reference Guide to learn how to personalize your vehicle’s controls and equipment to maximize your driving comfort and convenience. However, this guide is not intended to replace your vehicle Owner’s Manual. For comprehensive vehicle safety information and product details, please refer to your Owner’s Manual. It will help you to better understand the operation and proper maintenance of your new INFINITI vehicle. Both INFINITI and your INFINITI dealer are dedicated to serving all your automotive needs. Your complete satisfaction is our primary concern. It is suggested that you read this Quick Reference Guide and your vehicle Owner’s Manual thoroughly before contacting your INFINITI dealer with related questions.
How can China sell off its government-owned companies? State-owned enterprises, or SOEs, have made a remarkable contribution to the growth and development of the Chinese economy over the past 30 years. They have provided a stable long-term environment for investment and encouraged the development of the state enterprise sector in line with public as well as private interests. But SOEs are in retreat. Between 1998 and 2010, the share of SOEs declined from 37% to less than 5% by number of firms, and from 68% to 44% by assets. Calls from inside China are getting louder for further downsizing and corporate governance reforms of the still very substantial SOE sector. Under the new administration of Xi Jinping, policymakers have proposed reforms of government-backed enterprises. The question that remains to be answered is what should take the place of state ownership in the future.
Musterbrief „Rücktritt vom Haustürgeschäft/“ Hans Muster Glückstraße 1 7000 Eisenstadt Eisenstadt, 21.9.2010 Einschreiben Firma X-GmbH & Co KG Kaufstraße 2 1010 Wien Betrifft: Kaufvertrag Nummer 1234 vom 20.09.2010 Rücktritt gemäß § 3 Konsumentenschutzgesetz Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren! Ich habe am 20.09.2010 anlässlich Ihres Besuches bei mir zu Hause eine Wasseraufbereitungsanlage zum Preis von 2.990 gekauft. Ich trete von diesem Vertrag gemäß § 3 Konsumentenschutzgesetz sowie aus jedem anderen tauglichen Rechtsgrund fristgerecht zurück und ersuche um Bestätigung. Mit freundlichen Grüßen Hans Muster (=eigenhändige Unterschrift) Wichtige Informationen zum Musterbrief Gemäß § 3 Konsumentenschutzgesetz kann der Konsument ohne Angabe von Gründen zurücktreten bei: • Haustürgeschäften: Ein solches liegt vor, wenn der Konsument seine Vertragserklärung weder in den Geschäftsräumlichkeiten noch auf einem Messe- oder Marktstand des Unternehmers abgegeben hat; • Geschäftsabschluss anlässlich einer Werbefahrt bzw. Werbeveranstaltung; • Geschäftsabschluss in den Geschäftsräumlichkeiten des Unternehmens, in die der Konsument vom Unternehmer durch persönliches Ansprechen auf der Straße gebracht wurde. Der Rücktritt muss schriftlich und spätestens binnen einer Woche nach Zustandekommen des Vertrages erklärt werden. Aus Beweisgründen empfiehlt sich der Rücktritt mit eingeschriebenem Brief. Einschreibezettel und Kopie des Schreibens unbedingt aufbewahren. Die einwöchige Rücktrittsfrist beginnt erst zu laufen, sobald der Konsument vom Unternehmer eine Urkunde erhält, die zumindest Namen und Anschrift des Unternehmers, die zur Identifizierung des Vertrages notwendigen Angaben sowie eine Belehrung über das Rücktrittsrecht enthält. Diese Urkunde...
Alan Higgins Graduate electronics design engineer AREAS OF EXPERTISE PERSONAL SUMMARY Display hardware A recently graduated electronics design engineer with a proven track record of repairing, researching, testing and producing precision components and systems. Focused with a in-depth understanding of designing, developing and maintaining electrical systems and components to required specifications. Network security Maintenance and repair Customer Service Possessing excellent communication skills & having the ability to communicate professionally with colleagues and clients. Alan is currently seeking a suitable electronics design engineer position with a reputable company. Fault diagnosis Negotiating Budget management Customer service 3D CAD systems ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS MSc Electrical and Electronics Engineering Nuneaton University 2007 - 2010 A levels: Maths (A) English (B) Technology (B) Science (C) Coventry Central College 2005 - 2007 WORK EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONAL Coventry Electronic Repair Services – Coventry ICT SUPPORT WORKER June 2010 - Present First Aid Responsible for meeting customer face to face, identifying their requirements and then professionally suggesting, explaining and providing technical solutions to them. PERSONAL SKILLS Time management Good team player Problem solving PERSONAL DETAILS Alan Higgins 34 Anywhere Road Coventry CV6 7RF T: 02476 888 5544 M: 0887 222 9999 E: email@example.com DOB: 12/09/1985 Driving license: Yes Nationality: British Duties: Repairing customers LCD / TFT displays and other electronic products. Providing a comprehensive fault finding and repair service. Ensuring work place safety regulations are met. Dealing with a customers IT queries verbally or through demonstrations. Providing customers with quotations. Designing, assembling & testing optoelectronic & integrated electronic circuits. Checking and calibrating instruments to make sure they are accurate. Providing technical support to end users over the telephone. Having to mentor technical and non technical junior staff. Organizing routine servicing schedules for clients.
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The ‘Global Biometrics Technology Market (2010-2015) – Market Forecast by Products, End-User Application and Geography’ analyzes the biometrics market by different biometrics technologies and applications and studies the major market drivers, restraints, and opportunities in regions such as North America, Asia, Europe and Rest of World (ROW).
2009 H1N1 Flu and Pregnancy This sheet talks about the risks that exposure to 2009 H1N1 flu can have during pregnancy. With each pregnancy, all women have a 3% to 5% chance of having a baby with a birth defect. This information should not take the place of medical care and advice from your health care provider. What is the 2009 H1N1 flu? The flu (more formally known as influenza) is an infection of the respiratory (breathing) tract. During the 2009-2010 flu season, people got sick from both seasonal flu viruses and a new type of flu virus called H1N1. The H1N1 flu first appeared in the United States in April 2009. Since few people had any immunity to it, H1N1 spread from person to person around the world, even during summer months, and was therefore known as a pandemic flu. While the pandemic has been declared over, the H1N1 virus is still expected to continue to make people sick for many years. The symptoms of the H1N1 flu are similar to those seen with seasonal flu. You may have fever, headache, chills, muscle aches, coughing, congestion, runny nose, and sore throat. Sometimes H1N1 flu can cause stomach upset with vomiting and diarrhea. Is H1N1 flu the same as the swine flu? The H1N1 flu was originally called “swine flu” because the virus was found to be similar to viruses causing illness in pigs. However, it is now known that H1N1 contains parts of viruses found in pigs, birds, and people. H1N1 flu is spread from person to person. You cannot get H1N1 flu by eating pork or pork products.
Two major accidents in the past few years draw attention to some common failures in risk management as it applies to maritime operations in general and to accident prevention programs within those organizations involved. The two are Deepwater Horizon (BP oil spill – Gulf of Mexico, April 2010) and Costa Concordia (Mediterranean, January 2012). It is instructive to not only compare these events, their causes and consequences, but also to look at earlier accidents with similar characteristics that may shed light on fundamental risk management approaches and why they did not work. Some earlier accidents that others have noted include: The Montara blowout and oil spill in Australia in 2009, the IXTOC blowout and oil spill in the Mexican GOM in 1979, the EXXON Valdez in 1989, and even the Titanic in 1912. The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) conducted a major study (released in December 2011) for the Department of Interior on the Deepwater Horizon accident and concluded, in part, that safety culture and risk management deficiencies played a key role in this incident. Some of the committee members have made comments about how other similar accidents may be used to inform future improvements. Comparing Deepwater Horizon and Costa Concordia may be a logical starting point , given the following similarities are: a low probability but high consequence accident; a captain who did not appear to understand the gravity of the situation as it unfolded nor magnitude of the risk being taken; encouragement from management to take risks that result in saving time and improving the bottom line; lack of effective safety oversight of the vessel’s master from a shore‐based or industry‐wide or regulatory body; failure to fully utilize available technologies that have the ability to monitor safety problems, predict unsafe paths; warn and identify risks; etc.
NEHRP (National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program) Technical Briefs are published by NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, as aids to the efficient transfer of NEHRP and other research into practice, thereby helping to reduce the nation’s losses from earthquakes. National Institute of Standards and Technology The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a federal technology agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce that promotes U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards, and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life. It is the lead agency of the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP). Dr. John (Jack) R. Hayes is the Director of NEHRP, within NIST’s Building and Fire Research Laboratory (BFRL). Dr. Kevin K. F. Wong managed the project to produce this Technical Brief for BFRL. NEHRP Consultants Joint Venture This NIST-funded publication is one of the products of the work of the NEHRP Consultants Joint Venture carried out under Contract SB 134107CQ0019, Task Order 69195. The partners in the NEHRP Consultants Joint Venture are the Applied Technology Council (ATC) and the Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering (CUREE). The members of the Joint Venture Management Committee are James R. Harris, Robert Reitherman, Christopher Rojahn, and Andrew Whittaker, and the Program Manager is Jon A. Heintz. Assisting the Program Manager is ATC Senior Management Consultant David A. Hutchinson, who on this Technical Brief provided substantial technical assistance in the development of the content.