executive letter

executive letter

A now-retired term for letters issued by the NHS Executive which provided mandatory guidance to the NHS; they were replaced in 1997 by Health Service Circulars.
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In responding to these charges, the Insurance Information Institute, in its April 7 Executive letter, said "The industry has not conspired against anyone.
A leaked Health and Safety Executive letter reveals bosses have outlined plans to axe unannounced visits from various industries, including some where workers are considered to be at ''significant risk''.
So seriously indeed that when I wrote a few days ago that the Faucets For Mira, Meynell, Sirrus and Grohe Shower Spares Handicap Hurdle, which provided a highlight at Carlisle recently, might not be the most felicitously named race ever run, it provoked him to take up his executive pen and write an executive letter.
One such case is the annual executive letter of a small New Zealand business.
Although a National Health Service executive letter [8] commends these guidelines, most MRSA carriage is asymptomatic, major infections are relatively rare and antibiotics are available to treat them.
5 percent According to the auto accident report for 1985 published in the Executive letter by the Insurance Information Institute.
I was involved in planning and preparing all of the communication for the merger, from drafting the press materials to executive letters explaining the deal to employees and customers, along with internal and external web content, revamped sales collateral and a trade show presence where we introduced the deal," he says.
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