Code of Practice


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Code of Practice

The code of practice by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI), which was revised in 2008 and addressed matters related to patient safety, relationship of the pharmaceutical industry with healthcare professionals, the public and patient groups, restrictions on advertising, and complaints and sanctions against the pharmaceutical industry.
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The Code of Practice will help guide health professionals working within the new legislation and provide members of public affected by the new law with an indication of what they should expect from health professionals.
The FSB says any new code of practice should be written by an independent body and should include options for tied tenants to leave the tie, allow open market rent reviews and give tenants the opportunity to sell a guest beer.
That's why I believe this code of practice should be mandatory.
The new code of practice calls for Class 1 quality air, which if in contact with the actual food product should be produced at a -40[degrees]C dewpoint.
Initially, whilst teachers may previously have kept records of children's learning, this has now become a requirement by law under the Code of Practice (DENI, 1998).
Despite high levels of awareness among business occupiers, the Government is considering legislation to make the code of practice mandatory.
The Code of Practice will reportedly be used along with the migration processes released by BT Wholesale.
The final code of practice will be posted as soon as it is available.
We pride ourselves on having built a strong team of marketers and the Beam Global Spirits & Wine Marketing Code of Practice will act as a powerful tool in our ongoing efforts to comply with the highest standards of marketing and advertising practices.
The Code of Practice provides practical guidance to employers and employees and their representatives or advisers.
Landlords and letting and estate agents should therefore be aware that, with effect from the start of this month, Newcastle City Council has brought in a Code of Practice on residential letting and for sale boards.
The Press Complaints Commission has approved a new sub-clause to the code of practice for journalists warning the media to avoid "excessive" detail about the method used for a suicide, except in cases where this is in the public interest.