compliance factor

compliance factor

a measure of the expansion of the flexible tubing in a mechanical ventilating system when pressure is applied.
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Patient's motivation and compliance factor should be kept in mind when opting for orthodontic correction due to its long duration.
In fact, fear of penalties was the traditional compliance factor that was most strongly related to participants' reporting reduced downloading behavior.
Although the Sarbanes Oxley Act only applies to public companies, putting aside the compliance factor, private companies can derive significant benefits from enhanced internal controls.
Not so for the majority of us with a payroll and the prospect of another compliance factor in a mandatory effort to initiate our staff to saving.
This law creates a vital compliance factor for any organization that is responsible for the creation, distribution and trade of weapons.
The larger the company, the more important factor the regulatory compliance factor was.
verification of compliance factors through logging and auditing.
MiX Journey Management addresses journey risk exposure in a broad business sense: from the protection of drivers, passengers and cargo, to business reputation around service quality and compliance factors.
The other issue, though, is the complexity of the roles is continuing to increase when you look at compliance factors, risk factors, risk controls, which is requiring greater sophistication.
While companies that are considering M&A transactions that involve foreign businesses consider a number of business factors, like assets and market share and whatnot, it's essential to consider risk and compliance factors as well.
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