traffic light system

traffic light system

A simple system devised by the Joint Working Group for Quality Assurance, which is accountable to the Royal College of Pathologists for assessing performance on external quality assurance schemes in the UK.
• Green for no problems.
• Amber for an episode of poor performance.
• Red for persistent poor performance.
• Black for unresolved, persistent poor performance.
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Contract notice: exploitation of the traffic control center and of conservation, maintenance, repair, replacement due to collisions and vandalism of the various elements of the traffic light system of almera
With the adoption of the Traffic Light system, we hope to take Birds Eye, and the frozen category, to a place where frozen is seen as, and understood to be, nutritionally as good as fresh.
The flyover will remove the stop-and-go traffic light system that affects the pass-through of vehicles in the intersection.
At the entrances, a traffic light system was also installed.
This article is the focus of one of these teaching tips-the Traffic Light System for the Delegation of Care.
A traffic light system gives each pet a score and a personalised action plan to help owners improve their pet's wellbeing.
Temporary lights will be in place at the junction of Beacon Lough Road as work is under way to upgrade the traffic light system.
It will then give both the man and his doctor a clear idea of what they should do next - whether that's go straight to a urologist, not to worry about another test for years, or something in between - a bit like a red/amber/green traffic light system.
The work will see a traffic light system known as Scoot installed on the Gilesgate roundabout and Leazes bowl and the two will be linked up to improve traffic flow through the city in future.
A traffic light system is in use to divert motorists around the works, which are set to last until November 20.
Since then, work has been taking place to install street lights at the junction and commission and monitor a traffic light system which responds to changes in the number of vehicles approaching from each direction.
The signs of improvement have led the MCS, which assesses seafood on a traffic light system and a 1-5 rating where one is the most sustainable, to raise the fishery to an "amber" rating and a level 4 recommendation it should be eaten only very occasionally.