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National Resident Assessment Institute

This is captured from the first day seminar event. It will cover the complete MDS 3.0 process from resident identification, assessment of needs, review of CAAs (Care Area Assessments), and care plans to create a holistic picture of the resident. It will be a basic overview of the complete system, on a need to know basis.

Elite Home Insurance policy document
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RBS Elite Home Insurance Policy Welcome to RBS Elite Home Insurance Thank You for choosing RBS Elite Home Insurance which is underwritten by U K Insurance Limited. This Policy booklet gives full details of Your cover and should be read along with Your schedule and confirmation. Please keep all Your documents in a safe place. If You have any questions about Your Policy, please call Us on the number shown in the schedule. Policy Wording Document These policy conditions are part of your insurance contract, along with your schedule. Please read your schedule and these policy conditions to make sure you know exactly what your insurance covers. Check all the policy details and your proposal confirmation, which sets out the information you have given us, carefully. If you think there is a mistake or you need to make changes, you should notify us immediately. Failure to provide correct information or inform us of any changes could adversely affect your policy, including invalidating your policy or claims being rejected or not fully paid. Under European law, you and we may choose which law will apply to this contract. English law will apply unless both parties agree otherwise. Important information 1 How to make an insurance claim To make a claim phone 0845 303 5783

View our Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Brochure

Thirty Nine Essex Street is considered to be one of the leading civil liability chambers and is top rated in the major professional directories for personal injury work. This expertise is complemented by a wealth of knowledge and skills in all aspects of clinical negligence, insurance law, commercial, construction, regulatory and public law (including community care, mental health and capacity, and human rights) and costs. Chambers is therefore able to offer a pre-eminent service across the full range of practice areas, enabling us to provide a “one stop” service for inquests, inquiries, criminal and regulatory proceedings (including in particular HSE prosecutions), advice on insurance issues and substantive personal injury claims. Our team is able to offer an outstanding service to a wide range of clients, including injured or aggrieved private claimants and defendants, small and medium size businesses or multi-national companies, insurers and defence organisations and the NHSLA and other government bodies. Our relationship with these clients, and our understanding of their needs, enables us to provide an efficient and truly specialised service from barristers working individually or in teams. Thirty Nine Essex Street recognises that the provision of legal expertise has to be matched with efficient delivery of that service. Chambers is proud of its clerking and administrative team who have an in-depth knowledge of chambers practice areas and of the requirements of our clients. Furthermore members of chambers can provide advice and assistance by email, videoconferencing or Skype, as well as through formal written opinions. Barristers are also willing to visit clients in the UK and abroad. Members of chambers provide frequent seminars, training and presentations in all areas using our own excellent facilities or travelling to our clients’ premises. We are accredited by the Law Society and Bar Council as course providers. The on-site facilities include not only a suite of seminar rooms, but also numerous conference rooms ideally suited for multiparty settlement meetings. There is full disabled access.

The Impact of Energy Efficiency Standards on Standby Power

THE IMPACT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS ON STANDBY POWER IN CONSUMER ELECTRONICS DESIGN A Lattice Semiconductor White Paper May 2010 Lattice Semiconductor 5555 Northeast Moore Ct. Hillsboro, Oregon 97124 USA Telephone: (503) 268-8000 www.latticesemi.com 1 The Impact of Energy Efficiency Standards on Standby Power in Consumer Electronics Design A Lattice Semiconductor White Paper Regulatory Measures to Reduce Standby Power Squeezing every last microwatt from a system is a common objective for engineers who are designing battery operated equipment. And as more strict government regulations regarding power consumption appear, even traditional home and office appliances like LCD TVs, set top boxes (STBs) and multifunction printers (MFPs) are being scrutinized for ways to save power. To help ensure products are in compliance with the latest EnergyStar and European Commission Code of Conduct regulations, designers are seeking innovative ways to provide low-power modes of operation in a variety of product lines. This white paper examines design methods and practical advice for saving power using programmable logic devices (PLDs). The 1-Watt Plan is an energy saving proposal by the International Energy Agency (www.iea.org) to reduce standby power use in all appliances to just one watt. Standby power, also called vampire or phantom power, refers to the electricity consumed by many appliances when they are switched off or in standby mode. The typical power loss per appliance is low (from 1 to 25 W), but when multiplied by the billions of appliances in residential and commercial use, standby losses represent a significant fraction of total world electricity use. Research indicates that standby power accounts for as much as 7-13% of household power consumption. While the definition of standby power use depends on the product being analyzed, standby power includes at a minimum the power used while the product is performing no function. PLDs are increasingly being applied to maximize the amount of circuitry that can be unpowered or placed in a standby/sleep mode when the system is idle. Since modern programmable logic devices (PLDs) have very low static current requirements, often in the microampere range, they are ideal as system event...

2014 Nissan Rogue Vehicle Event - SAE

2014 Nissan Rogue Vehicle Event Tuesday, March 11, 2014 Agenda 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Social Hour 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Dinner 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Presentation Cost $45 SAE Member $60 Non-member $20 SAE Student Member $600 Sponsor Table of 10 Important Note: Registration will close Friday, March 7 at 5:00 p.m. There will be no onsite ticket sales and no refunds after March 4. Social Hour sponsored by SAE Detroit Section • (248) 324-4445 Burton Manor, Livonia Speakers Dan Heur Overseas Chief Vehicle Engineer for Common Module Family Vehicles, Nissan Technical Center North America Todd Stroh Director of New Vehicle Production Engineering, Nissan North America-Smyrna Scott Pak Regional Product Senior Manager, Nissan Crossovers, Nissan North America Order tickets online at www.sae-detroit.org

CAESAR II® CAESAR II® & FLOWMASTER V7 ... - IOCS Asia Pte Ltd

Asia Pte Ltd Presents PIPE STRESS ANALY CAESAR II® 2008 (12th May Course Synopsis This 6-day course is a combination of the world renowned COADE introduction to Fluid Network Analysis to predict surge flow conditions. Pipe Stress Analysis is an important requirement for the operation of a process plant. Adherence to international codes (ASME, DIN etc) is necessary for safety compliance. stress conditions due to fluid pressure surges arising from transient operating scenarios, especially normal & emergency shutdowns and start up, a fluid network analysis is necessary. In Pipe Stress analysis, the course will cover analysis, evaluation of piping designs and approaches to re simulation of fluid networks using Flowmaster How will you benefit from the course? ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ You’ll learn to how analyse your company’s You'll learn the underlying engineering principles used in You'll learn the theory behind the problems to help you gain more confidence in your modeling a better models faster. You'll work through examples to gain insight to the subjects. Comprehensive course notes are provided which will serve as a useful reference document for your future work. You'll be exposed to recent techniques in dynamic t Why should your company sponsor you? ∗ ∗ ∗ You will be able to accurately and speedily solve and understand problems You will become the in-house specialist thus eliminating the need for high All future re-design and improvements will be speedily implemented in a cost effective manner. In short, your company will gain Who Should Attend? Anyone involved with piping in the petroleum, chemical, power, gas transmission, benefit from this up-to-date, information programs - or don't use any! Mechanical/Design Engineers Engineering Managers Plant Managers

Salon International Brochure
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HOW TO GET TO SALON INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION TICKETS Exhibition Entrance Tickets must be purchased before you can buy any Salon Live, Salon Seminar or Business Extra tickets. No. of tickets £ Total Advance one day entrance ticket (£28+VAT on door) Advance three day season ticket (£55+VAT on door) TICKETS £20+VAT £41+VAT £ Student ticket (group booking of 10+ Monday only) (Call box office in advance to make group bookings) +VAT £ £10 Online www.salonexhibitions.co.uk Phone 0844 894 2000 (UK) or +44 (0)20 7744 2000 (Int’l) Individual Student entrance ticket (Monday only £16+VAT on door) +VAT £ £14 Fax +44 (0)870 013 0231 Total number of entrance tickets ordered £ Post Salon International, ticketSOUP, Glasgow G3 8YW Total number of Salon Live tickets £ Total number of Salon Seminar tickets £ SATURDAY 12 OCTOBER SUNDAY 13 OCTOBER MONDAY 14 OCTOBER Total number of Business Extra tickets 9.30 – 17.00 9.30 – 18.30 9.30 – 17.00 VAT £ Booking fee £5 (inc VAT) 1 £5 Postage option Please use this colour denominator as a guide to the timetable below. SATURDAY 12 OCTOBER 11:00 - 13:00 Mahogany 13:00 - 14:00 Philip Kingsley Trichology Taster seats £77+VAT seats £20+VAT 13:00 - 14:30 Saco seats £73+VAT 14:45 - 16:00 Sassoon Academy seats £81+VAT 15:00 - 16:00 Philip Kingsley Trichology Taster [UK only] Standard Post BY AIR Express trains connect Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports to central London, from which you can switch to the London Underground and then to the Docklands Light Railway. City Airport is a five minute taxi ride away. You can find out more at www.excel-london.co.uk/visitors/travel [UK only] Special Delivery £ 6.30 (inc VAT) [Int’l only] International Signed for £ 8.30 (inc VAT) EXCEL London is not located within the Congestion Charge Zone. Please visit www.cclondon.com for more information. For Sat Nav, we recommend using postcode E16 1DR. £ 2.30 (inc VAT) (Please select one) GRAND TOTAL £ All ticket prices are exclusive of VAT. Booking fee and postage prices are inclusive of VAT. PLEASE ENSURE YOU ADD UK VAT AT THE PREVAILING RATE TO ENSURE YOUR ORDER IS PROCESSED. Orders cannot be processed unless accompanied by payment in one of the following ways: Credit card or Sterling cheque drawn on a UK bank for the grand total made out to ticketSOUP. We do not cancel, exchange or refund tickets. A £5 transaction booking fee will apply per order. We regret that children under 12 and pushchairs cannot be admitted. For travel and accommodation arrangements call Jigsaw Conferences on +44 (0)870 62 60 148 or email saloninternational@jigsawconferences.co.uk and quote ‘Salon 2013’ to benefit from our specially negotiated discounts. PLEASE NOTE Last date for advance overseas ticket orders – Monday 23 September 2013. Advance ticket prices are only available on bookings made by Friday 11 October at 9pm BST, either online or via our Box Office. Tickets purchased after this time will be charged the full rate.

Credit Crunch in a Small Open Economy

Economics, email: Michal.Brzoza-Brzezina@nbp.pl Krzysztof Makarski - National Bank of Poland and Warsaw School of Economics, email: Krzysztof.Makarski@nbp.pl The views expressed herein are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the National Bank of Poland. We would like to thank Micha Gradl zewicz, Marcin Kolasa, Tomasso Monacelli and an anonymous referee for useful comments and discussions. This paper benefited also from comments of participants of the Swiss National Bank seminar, Banco de Espa˜a semin nar, the National Bank of Poland seminar, the 2009 Macromodels conference, the 2010 INFER Workshop in Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, the 2010 European Workshop on General Equilibrium Theory, the 2010 Computing in Economics and Finance conference, the 2010 Congress of the European Economic Association, the 2010 EuroConference and the 2010 WIEM conference. The help of Norbert Cie´la, Szymon Grabowski and Maciej Grodzicki s with obtaining part of the data is gratefully acknowledged as well.

A Risk-Based Approach to Monitoring - Food and Drug Administration

This guidance assists sponsors of clinical investigations in developing risk-based monitoring strategies and plans for investigational studies of medical products, including human drug and biological products, medical devices, and combinations thereof. The overarching goal of this guidance is to enhance human subject protection and the quality of clinical trial data by focusing sponsor oversight on the most important aspects of study conduct and reporting. This guidance makes clear that sponsors can use a variety of approaches to fulfill their responsibilities for monitoring clinical investigator (CI) conduct and performance in investigational new drug (IND) studies conducted under 21 CFR part 312 or investigational device exemption (IDE) studies conducted under 21 CFR part 812. The guidance describes strategies for monitoring activities that reflect a modern, risk-based approach that focuses on critical study parameters and relies on a combination of monitoring activities to oversee a study effectively. For example, the guidance specifically encourages greater use of centralized monitoring methods where appropriate. FDA’s guidance documents, including this guidance, do not establish legally enforceable responsibilities. Rather, guidances describe the Agency’s current thinking on a topic and should be viewed only as recommendations, unless specific regulatory or statutory requirements are cited. The use of the word should in Agency guidances means that something is suggested or recommended, but not required.

Interior Design - Department of Art and Art History - Wayne State ...

Interior Design Basic Composition Intermediate Composition Critical Thinking Computer Literacy Oral Communication Writing Intensive Course in Major Math 0900_____ Math 1000 Total Credits ______ ______ ______ FPC 1100 ______ ______ ______ **Courses used to fulfill University General Education Competency Requirements must be selected from approved courses. See the Undergraduate Bulletin or classschedule.wayne.edu for further information. College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts Group Requirement Foreign Culture Historical Studies: (3 credit min.) Humanities: (3 credit min. each) 1 Visual & Performing Philosophy & Letters Social Science: (3 credit min. each) 1 Am. Society & Institutions 1 Social Science Natural Science: (3 credit min. each) 1 Physical Science 1 Life Science 1 Associated Lab(1 cr. min.) ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ AH 1110,1120 or AH 1130 PHI 3700 ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ NOTES: Grade Semester ACO 1200 Surface Studio ................................... 3__________ |_________ ACO 1230 Spatial Studio ................................... 3__________ |_________ ADR 1050 Drawing I ......................................... 3__________ |_________ ADR 1060 Drawing II ........................................ 3__________ |_________ Choose two of the following (6 credits): AH 1110 Survey: Ancient through Medieval .. 3__________ |_________ AH 1120 Survey: Renaissance through Modern 3 _________ |_________ AH 1130 Encounters with the Arts of Global Africa .............................. 3__________ |_________ 6 cr. hrs total CORE REQUIREMENTS: University General Education Competency Requirements** TOTAL: ...........................................................18 DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Ceramics, Metals or Fibers ...................................3 _________ |_________ APH 2400 Intro to Photography ..........................3 _________ |_________ PHI 3700 Philosophy of Art ........................3 _________ |_________ TOTAL: .............................................................9 CONCENTRATION REQUIREMENTS: (47 AIA credits required; 18 at 3000 level or above) AIA 1610 Drafting & Perspective .........................3 _________ |_________ AIA 2600 Interior Design: CAD ............................3 _________ |_________ AIA 2610 Interior Design Studio I .......................3 _________ |_________ AIA 3610 Interior Design Studio II ......................3 _________ |_________ AIA 3620 Interior Design : CAD II ......................... 3___________ |__________ AIA 4600 Environmental Design Theory I ..............3 _________ |_________ AIA 4610 Interior Design Studio III.....................3 _________ |_________ AIA 5010 Furniture/Product Workshop .................3 _________ |_________ AIA 5610 Interior Materials & Systems .................3 _________ |_________ AIA 5620 Bldg. Const. Systems Arch. I .................3 _________ |_________ AIA 5630 Lighting Design & Application ..............3 _________ |_________ AIA 5640 Bldg. Const. Systems Arch. II................3 _________ |_________ AID 6320 or 6330 Hist. of Design .........................3 _________ |_________ AIA 6610 Interior Design Studio IV .....................3 _________ |_________ AIA 6650 Business Practicum..............................2 _________ |_________ AIA Elective .....................................................3 _________ |_________ AIA Elective ......................................................3 _________ |_________ AIA 5997 Senior Seminar ...........................3 _________ |_________ TOTAL: ........................................................... 51 TOTAL IN ART & ART HISTORY: ........................... 78

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