From the beginning of the advance directives
initiative, there has been discussion among all those involved about the extent to which wellness planning, and particularly the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP), complements the process of completing an advance directive
Actually, linking together two or more old machines could be a really big problem, as they then form a "complex assembly" in the terms of the Machinery Directive
. As a result, the whole assembly must be shown to comply with the Directive
ensuring product compliance with proposed Directives
and advising on compliance with proposed and future Directives
* Certificates issued prior to the application of Directive
* A variety of printed material is used to teach advance directive
content, with only 15% of educational programs reporting the use of interactive strategies such as role-play.
The WEEE Directive
was issued by the European Parliament in January 2003.
Irish and British regulators have signaled their intention to follow the directive
's free-form approach, moving quickly to adopt the measure.
lays out important policies, Nadaner said.
To be implemented, the directive
must be approved by all member states.
Not surprisingly, the Pentagon directive
tracks the recommendations found in the book In the Wake of War: Improving U.S.
Bishop LeGatt's directive
states early on, in accord with Church teaching, that "It is a source of joy that Catholic pastors may, in certain cases, administer the sacraments of the Eucharist, Reconciliation, and Anointing of the Sick to Christians who are not in full communion with the Catholic Church" (no.
Especially in Europe, directives
such as RoHS, WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment directive
) and ELV (End of Life Vehicles directive
) either ban the use of hazardous chemical substances in products, or make it mandatory to eliminate them.