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relicensing

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A component of the General Medical Council (GMC)’s process of revalidation of a doctor practising medicine in the UK, which requires that doctors practise in accordance with the GMC’s generic standards.
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As a result, the river will be managed in a balanced way so its natural, cultural, recreational and economic resources are protected and enhanced for our future," said Vicki Taylor, executive coordinator of the Catawba-Wateree Relicensing Coalition.
Owner works about 4-5 hours monthly and about 120 a years training and relicensing.
Tenders are invited for Services Expertise and Technical Assistance for Drafting / Revising the Documentation for Plant Relicensing Rules Pestd According Iscir and Cncan
Today's plant owner--NextEra Energy (a subsidiary of Florida Power and Light)--has derided to get a two-decade jump on relicensing the plant--for better long-term planning, it says.
The exchange has been in the works for a number of years as part of agreements worked out during the relicensing of Rocky Reach Dam.
In early 2011, Vermont registered nurses and advanced practice nurses will be relicensing on-line for the first time.
The case threatens Duke's pending federal relicensing agreement with 70 groups that have a stake in the river.
Safety must be the first concern for any nuclear facility, but there is no evidence that Vermont Yankee is unsafe, and the public has every reason to have confidence in the relicensing process.
Riverkeeper and New York State contend that Entergy's relicensing application fails to address a wide range of critical safety, security and environmental problems posed by the operation of the Indian Point plant.
THE DURHAM Nuclear Awareness [DNA] was a grassroots movement that mobilized opposition to the relicensing of the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station in 1994 by the Atomic Energy Control Board [AECB].
As an article in the Fall issue of National Parks noted, the Tapoco land swap in East Tennessee opened the way for federal relicensing of four power dams, providing low-cost power to Alcoa Aluminum, while protecting more than 10,000 acres of scenic land adjoining Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
But as with the previous relicensing effort, the fate of threatened species of fish will dominate deliberations over the utility's bid to continue operating the Carmen-Smith project, which powers 17,500 Eugene homes.