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standard operating procedure

Medtalk A technique, method or therapy performed 'by the book,' using a standard protocol meeting internally or externally defined criteria; a formal, written procedure that describes how specific lab operations are to be performed. See Procedures manual.
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Adjacent R&S units can also provide training on the fundamentals of R&S tactics, techniques, and procedures and guidance on standing operating procedures that complement manpower.
The HROB let Soldiers know about available HR support through a variety of means, such as flyers, articles, public service announcements, standing operating procedures, social networks, and websites.
We were afforded opportunities to perform joint missions with our combat arms counterparts, which allowed us to incorporate their tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) and standing operating procedures (SOPs) into our agenda.
1) These individuals develop unit standing operating procedures (SOPs) and conduct new operator and refresher training when the fielding process is complete.
To combat this, a company has to employ different techniques that differ from the normal standing operating procedures (SOPs) of conducting VCPs.
The 101st Ml Battalion and the company leadership quickly realized that the unit's standing operating procedures (SOPs), although adequate for high-intensity conflict or operations at the combat maneuver training complex, were inadequate for operations from a base camp in Kosovo.
He said as per instructions of Punjab government, Standing Operating Procedures (SOPs) and action plan for eradication of dengue were being followed and weekly reports were being submitted to the city district government as well as Punjab government.
Therefore, Einstein Award recipients are excellent reachback sources; the sharing of their standing operating procedures serves two purposes:
RFI took the lessons learned from the three pilots, developed training plans to ensure that RFI coordinators, fielding teams, and support elements were prepared for success, and implemented process changes and controls, such as standing operating procedures and pre-coordination, coordination, in-brief, and out-brief checklists.
These key OPFOR engagements not only added to the realism of the exercise but also tested the units' battle drills and standing operating procedures (SOPs).
By enforcing regulations, policies, standing operating procedures, and commander's directives, NCOs ensure that the mission is not only done but done right.