environmental control


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environmental control

1. In occupational health and safety, a design feature, e.g., in a hospital or workplace, that limits the risk of on-the-job injury.
2. In the practice of allergy and immunology, a process or design that limits the exposure of the patient to particular antigens.
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A log book detailing quantity of waste generated, its sources and disposal details must always be available at the site for verification by Environmental Control Section," Saleh added.
Aspen Systems manufactures and sells the ECU-ChillTM line of standardized environmental control units designed to prevent overheating of commercial electronic components when operated in sealed enclosures in harsh environmental conditions.
Like other environmental control devices it features touch-screen control for phones, lights, beds and IR devices.
The need to restore the public health base for environmental control.
Beyond the familiar strategies of passive environmental control, the architecture manifests a sensuous, tectonic pleasure in how things are made and put together, clearly reflecting human thought and skill.
This practice concentrates on such concerns as environmental controls, protective enclosures, and other nonintrusive means of preserving materials and utilizes them to lengthen the life of the collection as a whole, not as individual pieces.
Coventry City Council's environmental control team has won a charter mark.
The bill, entitled Brownfields Revitalization and Economic Restoration Act of 2001, transfers the environmental control responsibility from the federal government to the state and officially terminates the practice by which property owners could be held accountable for contamination caused by a previous owner or a neighboring brown field site.
Interventional modalities for patients with allergic rhinitis include environmental control, immunotherapy, and treatment with pharmacologic agents such as decongestants, antihistamines, leukotriene inhibitors, and other mediator drugs.
Jordan has been named manager of safety and environmental control for the Northeast Corridor of Amtrak in Philadelphia.
Supersedes guideline for hospital environmental control published in 1981.
has acquired Environmental Control Systems, a private company that provides industrial grade environmental control systems and air conditioning equipment for commercial and industrial projects.

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