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  • 141 Voluntary compliance — is one of possible ways of practising corporate social responsibility.Voluntary compliance is seen as an alternative to the state imposed regulations on company s behaviour. Proponents of voluntary compliance argue that it is in company s own… …

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  • 142 Governance Risk & Compliance — Governance, Risk Compliance (kurz: GRC) fasst die drei wichtigsten Handlungsebenen eines Unternehmens für dessen erfolgreiche Führung zusammen: 1. Governance (Führung): Die Unternehmensführung durch vordefinierte Richtlinien. Dazu zählt die… …

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  • 143 Owner compliance key — (OCK) is a patent pending automotive safety key or key fob which inhibits a driver s cellular phone functions whenever the vehicle s transmission is taken out of park. The device was designed to remedy the serious problem of cell phone driver… …

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  • 144 spezifische Compliance — volumische Compliance (f), spezifische Compliance (f) eng volumic compliance of the lung, specific compliance …

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  • 145 volumische Compliance — (f), spezifische Compliance (f) eng volumic compliance of the lung, specific compliance …

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  • 146 in compliance with — in the way that is required by (a rule, law, etc.) In compliance with a court order, the company has ceased operations. The workers were not in full compliance with the rules. [=were not following the rules exactly] • • • Main Entry: ↑compliance …

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  • 147 Debt compliance — In finance, the term debt compliance describes various legal measures taken to ensure that debtors, whether individuals, businesses, or governments, honor their debts and make an honest effort to repay the money that they owe. Generally regarded… …

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  • 148 Malicious compliance — is the behavior of a person who intentionally inflicts harm by strictly following the orders of management or following legal compulsions, knowing that compliance with the orders will cause a loss of some form resulting in damage to the manager s …

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  • 149 Listing and approval use and compliance — is the activity of adhering to all the requirements of installing and/or using safety related products and items in conformance with an active certification listing or approval that has been issued by an organisation that is accredited both for… …

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  • 150 Comparison of Prolog standards compliance — Prolog is a logic programming language. The ISO Prolog standard: ISO/IEC 13211 1 [ISO/IEC 13211: Information technology mdash; Programming languages mdash; Prolog. International Organization for Standardization, Geneva. ] , published in 1995,… …

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  • 151 ADA Compliance Kit — ADA Compliance Kits are put into hotels and hospitals to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. On average, over 25 million deaf and hard of hearing travelers will patronize the hotel and hospitality industry each year. In order to… …

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  • 152 Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance — The Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance is the law enforcement arm of the Environmental Protection Agency. It is made up of special agents and other employees. United States Environmental Protection Agency Criminal Investigation… …

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  • 153 certificate of compliance — UK US noun [C] (plural certificates of compliance) ► LAW a document that shows that something obeys a particular law or rule: »Your boat will need a certificate of compliance like an MOT which lasts for four years …

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  • 154 non-compliance — UK US (also noncompliance) noun [U] ► the fact of not obeying a rule or law: non compliance with sth »Non compliance with environmental laws can be both costly and dangerous. non compliant adjective ► »Those items found to be non compliant are… …

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  • 155 voluntary compliance — UK US noun [U] ► LAW the act of obeying a particular rule or law, or of acting according to an agreement without being forced to: »Voluntary compliance with safety recommendations is more effective than increased regulation. ► TAX in the US, the… …

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  • 156 non-compliance — (n.) also noncompliance, 1680s, from NON (Cf. non ) + COMPLIANCE (Cf. compliance). Related: Noncompliant …

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  • 157 Outbound content compliance — (also outbound content security) is a relatively new segment of the computer security field, which aims to detect and prevent outbound content that violates policy of the organization and/or government regulations.[1] It deals with internal… …

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  • 158 GLN Compliance Group — is a privately held company in Denver, Colorado, USA, that developes aviation compliance manuals, such as for flight operations, training, Minimum Equipment Lists (MEL), Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM), flight attendants, and air… …

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  • 159 Buzzword compliance — (engl. buzzword ‚Schlagwort‘ und compliance ‚Einhaltung‘, ‚Übereinstimmung‘) ist ein ironischer Ausdruck, der scherzhaft eine sinnlose Konformität mit neumodischen Schlagwörtern attestiert. Der Begriff wird besonders in der Informationstechnik… …

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  • 160 Remote Center of Compliance — Ein Remote Center of Compliance gibt bei einem Einfügevorgang translatorischen und rotatorischen Abweichungen nach. Ein Remote Center of Compliance (auch RCC, engl., frei übersetzt: „entferntes Zentrum der Nachgiebigkeit“) ist eine Fügehilfe in… …

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