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double check

Referring to the logo which indicates that a particular employer is proactive about hiring and accommodating people with disabilities.
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Another busy nurse ignores the double-check safety measure that would have detected the presence of the unordered insulin and likely prevented it from being delivered.
An integral part of this security check system shall be a written double-check procedure performed by cleared employees working in the area which ensures and verifies that all classified materials have been properly stored and that all vaults, security containers, strongrooms and closed areas have been secured.
With just days to go before the prize runs out National Lottery players are being urged to check and double-check their tickets one last time.
All little things on their own, but the benefits of getting staff involved in doing that double-check on all the 'safety critical' factors in our hospitals are amazing.
National Lottery players are now being urged to check and double-check their old tickets.
LOCALS are being urged to double-check doorstep callers after a National Grid ID card and company uniform were stolen from a van in Kingswinford.
As a result, businesses using Companies House and credit ratings agencies have been warned to double-check information particularly when evaluating a prospective customer's creditworthiness.
Double-check these plans, tweak them if necessary, and then have the conviction to follow them.
Camelot's Alex McLelland said: ``I would urge all players to hunt down any old tickets and double-check the numbers.''
He hopes the researchers will find more colonies to double-check their findings.
Please take a moment to double-check the address to ensure prompt delivery."
A small clipboard installed on the main shaft holds a heat and lane card for each race, making it unnecessary for the exchange judge to go to the clerk's site to double-check lane assignments.