log book


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log book

A diary; a register of important names, places, dates, or other practical and useful information.
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Among Big Pharma companies, Sanofi already is using the new io.Equipment audit log book platform.
Some avid fans of the club have preserved the log book to this day, and still get it signed by BA captains.
Thieves got their hands on 2.2 million blank log books, or registered keeper forms, which were due to have been shredded because of a minor printing error in 2006.
Now the authority wants to see either original registration forms or subsequent owners' log books or tax discs.
He said: "It is a collector's car and I have the original log book and numberplate."
Create a document review, retention, and destruction policy, which includes consideration of: backup and archival procedures, any online storage repositories, record custodians and a destroyed documents "log book."
Seiwa's Electronic Chart System uses the latest C-MAP vector chart for the leisure boat market, with features that include anti-grounding and hazard warnings, 3D depth contours and chart viewing, tidal information, automatic log book with full playback, and route planning.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) wants owners to keep a log book of all maintenance and changes to their properties.
The players are required to sign the daily Attendance Log Book and then pick up a clipboard, an Exercise Chart, and the scheduled daily Workout Sheet.
Supervisors will be able to approve driving hours directly through the app or a computer with no need for an additional paper log book.
Buyers Steven and Katherine Dobson claim they were not told the Jeep Cherokee had three previous owners and only found out when they received the log book.