What are standard ambulance procedures?
Also assume the patient fainted and has yet to come to. And the son of the patient is in the ambulance with her and was there when the incident happened.
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Is there a standard procedure for a manager to inform the players in the dugout that someone is going to pinch hit?
Answer . Yes. The manager tells the player who is going to be pinch hit for that he will not bat and tells the player that he wants to pinch hit to get a bat and bat for whoever the manager wants him to hit for.
Answer . Normally, the harbor is a no wake zone. No fishing, swimming, cleaning your hull, or despensing gas from cans over the water. Clear the launch ramp / dock as soon as you can. Normal navigation rules apply. Check with the marina office for harbor specific rules.
Answer . Put the top in place and see how it fits to the wall..if it's bad use a set of scribes( A device that looks like the compass you used in grade school to make circles) to draw a line on the top that follows the wavy wall line. Sand or cut to the scribe line. Place the top on the cabin…ets and check the fit again... If it's good screw it down to the cabinets from the under-side. Be careful not to use screws that are too long!!!!! ( Full Answer )
Standard operating procedure is a procedure that needs to befollowed in carrying out a given operation or in a given situation.It can also be a set of fixed instructions or steps for carryingout routine operations.
The standard procedure is to clean it regularly, 1-3 times a day. If you look up how to care for it on the internet, they should tell you(:
The standard procedures in making a bed involve placing a fittedsheet over the mattress, then place a flat sheet over it. If usingblankets, they go on next and the corners are tucked in like anenvelope. Place the eiderdown or duvet on top and fluff thepillows.
The standard procedures in making a bed in a hotel include tuckinga fitted sheet into the mattress followed by a flat sheet. Thenplace the comforter 3 inches from the headboard. Finally, placeanother flat sheet over the comforter and tuck under the mattress.
The standard tooth extraction involves making an incision in thegum, and remove any bone that blocks access to the tooth. Thedentist then breaks the tooth into pieces and begins removing thetooth.
Front Office Procedure OBJECTIVES: On completing this programme, participant will be able to: Â· Demonstrate skills in guest relations and front office service Â· Identify and practice front office function and procedures effectively Â· Distinguish the roles and responsibilities of f…ront office personnel. TOPICS INCLUDE:. Â· Tourism Development and Activities in Jamaica Â· Destination Awareness Â· Profile of the Front Office Personnel Â· Front Desk Responsibilities Â· Front Office Procedure Â· Guest Relations Â· Handling Complaints/Difficult Situations Â· Telephone Techniques Â· Sales Techniques.. FRONT OFFICE PROCEDURESI.Introduction A. Answering phone, checking in, checking out may not seem glorified B. However, orderly processing is necessary C. Appointment scheduling keeps patient flow consistent and revenue flow consistent D. First and Last Impressions take place in the Front Office II.Importance of that position A. First contact with patient 1. Phone (inquiry, scheduling appointments) 2. Enters office a. smile, greet b. assist, direct B. Flow of Patients 1. Check-in 2. Pass to Pre-tester 3. Check-out after completion in Optical a. Last Impression b. Big part of whether or not will be a long termpatient III.What Are Your Responsibilities A. SMILE!!!!1. Smile on the phone. Good phone etiquette 2. Greet, "Good morning/afternoonâ¦" a. Look up from your work b. Do not make patient stand at window or counter 3. Assistâ¦"Can I help you?" Don't Forget, SMILE!!!!4. Direct a. Depending on the patient's needs instruct them at each step b. Use their name c. Give them Patient History d. Get Insurance Card -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 2 B. Make Sure Schedule is Full 1. Confirmation. Always confirm appointments the day before. Call them at home or at work. 2. Cancellation/No-Show List a. make a cancellation list and a no-show list at the end of the day b. as cancellations/no-shows occur, pullout your list and call cancellations first to try and fill slot c. keep cancellation list and no-show list in notebook d. you have a script in your handout C. Get insurance information when making appointment 1. Patient's full name as shown on card 2. SSN 3. DOB 4. If patient is a dependent on a parent's or spouse's insurance, you will need: a. Insured's full name b. SSN c. DOB D. Verify insurance elgibility/authorization prior to confirming appointment E. Check-out Properly 1. Insure diagnosis codes are marked. Never, ever mark diagnosis codes Must be marked by doctor 2. Insure charges are marked 3. Add-up charge sheet and compare against computer charges F.Appointment Scheduling 1. Have printout of schedule readily available 2. Mark time blocks for exams "exams" and checks "checks" 3. Always get full name and home and work number. If child get parent's work number G. Recalls and Pre-appointing 1. Pre-appoint when patient checks out 2. Give appointment card 3. Recalls rely too much on patient calling for appointment -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 3 4. Recalls or Pre-appointment letters should be mailed each month. a. some offices mail weekly b. if using recalls, there will usually be heavy call volume following mailing c. appointment slots may fill-up d. Weekly mail-outs seem to spread load H. Statements 1. Mailed each month on same date each time 2. Only balances should be patient's deductibles or any other unforeseen insurance denials. 3. All services should be paid when rendered 4. Â½ materials to order and remainder to pick-up I.Insurance Responsibilities 1. Already covered much of this 2. Verify prior to confirming appointment 3. Make copy of insurance card upon arrival (giver card back) 4. Create claim for patient when checking out a. make sure all patient payment responsibilities have been met before filing the claim b. this insures patient has met financial obligation and has a vested interest in the purchase. FRONT OFFICE PROCEDURESI.Introduction A. Answering phone, checking in, checking out may not seem glorified B. However, orderly processing is necessary C. Appointment scheduling keeps patient flow consistent and revenue flow consistent D. First and Last Impressions take place in the Front Office II.Importance of that position A. First contact with patient 1. Phone (inquiry, scheduling appointments) 2. Enters office a. smile, greet b. assist, direct B. Flow of Patients 1. Check-in 2. Pass to Pre-tester 3. Check-out after completion in Optical a. Last Impression b. Big part of whether or not will be a long termpatient III.What Are Your Responsibilities A. SMILE!!!!1. Smile on the phone. Good phone etiquette 2. Greet, "Good morning/afternoonâ¦" a. Look up from your work b. Do not make patient stand at window or counter 3. Assistâ¦"Can I help you?" Don't Forget, SMILE!!!!4. Direct a. Depending on the patient's needs instruct them at each step b. Use their name c. Give them Patient History d. Get Insurance Card -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 2 B. Make Sure Schedule is Full 1. Confirmation. Always confirm appointments the day before. Call them at home or at work. 2. Cancellation/No-Show List a. make a cancellation list and a no-show list at the end of the day b. as cancellations/no-shows occur, pullout your list and call cancellations first to try and fill slot c. keep cancellation list and no-show list in notebook d. you have a script in your handout C. Get insurance information when making appointment 1. Patient's full name as shown on card 2. SSN 3. DOB 4. If patient is a dependent on a parent's or spouse's insurance, you will need: a. Insured's full name b. SSN c. DOB D. Verify insurance elgibility/authorization prior to confirming appointment E. Check-out Properly 1. Insure diagnosis codes are marked. Never, ever mark diagnosis codes Must be marked by doctor 2. Insure charges are marked 3. Add-up charge sheet and compare against computer charges F.Appointment Scheduling 1. Have printout of schedule readily available 2. Mark time blocks for exams "exams" and checks "checks" 3. Always get full name and home and work number. If child get parent's work number G. Recalls and Pre-appointing 1. Pre-appoint when patient checks out 2. Give appointment card 3. Recalls rely too much on patient calling for appointment -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 3 4. Recalls or Pre-appointment letters should be mailed each month. a. some offices mail weekly b. if using recalls, there will usually be heavy call volume following mailing c. appointment slots may fill-up d. Weekly mail-outs seem to spread load H. Statements 1. Mailed each month on same date each time 2. Only balances should be patient's deductibles or any other unforeseen insurance denials. 3. All services should be paid when rendered 4. Â½ materials to order and remainder to pick-up I.Insurance Responsibilities 1. Already covered much of this 2. Verify prior to confirming appointment 3. Make copy of insurance card upon arrival (giver card back) 4. Create claim for patient when checking out a. make sure all patient payment responsibilities have been met before filing the claim b. this insures patient has met financial obligation and has a vested interest in the purchase ( Full Answer )
The standard operating procedure is a kind of procedure in which there comes a training and that type of training is given to the front office to maintain the starndard of the hotel its place an important role in any type of the department in hotel
My question is.. Is it Hotel standard to put condoms in every room free of charge.. I do not feel this is appropriate for a hotel in any way and feel it sends the wrong message.
see ASME VIII div 1 UG-99 STANDARD HYDROSTATIC TEST(a) A hydrostatic test shall be conducted on all vesselsafter:(1) all fabrication has been completed, except foroperations which could not be performed prior to the testsuch as weld end preparation [see U-1(e)(1)(a)], cosmeticgrinding on the base ma…terial which does not affect therequired thickness; and(2) all examinations have been performed, exceptthose required after the test.The completed vessels, except those tested in accordancewith the requirements of UG-100 and UG-101, shall havesatisfactorily passed the hydrostatic test prescribed in thisparagraph.(b) Except as otherwise permitted in (a) above and 27-4, vessels designed for internal pressure shall be subjectedto a hydrostatic test pressure which at every point in thevessel is at least equal to 1.3 times the maximum allowableworking pressure34 to be marked on the vessel multipliedby the lowest ratio (for the materials of which the vesselis constructed) of the stress value S for the test temperatureon the vessel to the stress value S for the design temperature(see UG-21). All loadings that may exist during this testshall be given consideration.(c) A hydrostatic test based on a calculated pressuremay be used by agreement between the user and the Manufacturer.The hydrostatic test pressure at the top of thevessel shall be the minimum of the test pressures calculatedby multiplying the basis for calculated test pressure asdefined in 3-2 for each pressure element by 1.3 and reducingthis value by the hydrostatic head on that element.When this pressure is used, the Inspector shall reserve theright to require the Manufacturer or the designer to furnishthe calculations used for determining the hydrostatic testpressure for any part of the vessel.(d) The requirements of (b) above represent the minimumstandard hydrostatic test pressure required by thisDivision. The requirements of (c) above represent a specialtest based on calculations. Any intermediate value of pressuremay be used. This Division does not specify an upperlimit for hydrostatic test pressure. However, if the hydrostatictest pressure is allowed to exceed, either intentionallyor accidentally, the value determined as prescribed in (c)above to the degree that the vessel is subjected to visiblepermanent distortion, the Inspector shall reserve the rightto reject the vessel.(e) Combination units [see UG-19(a) and UG-21] shallbe tested by one of the following methods.(1) Pressure chambers of combination units that havebeen designed to operate independently shall be hydrostaticallytested as separate vessels, that is, each chamber shallbe tested without pressure in the adjacent chamber. If thecommon elements of a combination unit are designed fora larger differential pressure than the higher maximumallowable working pressure to be marked on the adjacentchambers, the hydrostatic test shall subject the commonelements to at least their design differential pressure, correctedfor temperature as in (b) above, as well as meet therequirements of (b) or (c) above for each independentchamber.(2) When pressure chambers of combination unitshave their common elements designed for the maximumdifferential pressure that can possibly occur during startup,operation, and shutdown, and the differential pressure isless than the higher pressure in the adjacent chambers, thecommon elements shall be subjected to a hydrostatic testpressure of at least 1.3 times the differential pressure Tobe marked on the unit, corrected for temperature as inUG-99(b).Following the test of the common elements and theirinspection as required by (g) below, the adjacent chambersshall be hydrostatically tested simultaneously [see (b) or(c) above]. Care must be taken to limit the differentialpressure between the chambers to the pressure used whentesting the common elements.The vessel stamping and the vessel Data Report mustdescribe the common elements and their limiting differentialpressure. See UG-116(j) and UG-120(b).(f) Single-wall vessels designed for a vacuum or partialvacuum only, and chambers of multichamber vesselsdesigned for a vacuum or partial vacuum only, shall besubjected to an internal hydrostatic test or when a hydrostatictest is not practicable, to a pneumatic test in accordancewith the provisions of UG-100. Either type of testshall be made at a pressure not less than 1.3 times thedifference between normal atmospheric pressure and theminimum design internal absolute pressure.(g) Following the application of the hydrostatic testpressure, an inspection shall be made of all joints andconnections. This inspection shall be made at a pressurenot less than the test pressure divided by 1.3. Except forleakage that might occur at temporary test closures forthose openings intended for welded connections, leakageis not allowed at the time of the required visual inspection.Leakage from temporary seals shall be directed away soas to avoid masking leaks from other joints.The visual inspection of joints and connections for leaksat the test pressure divided by 1.3 may be waived provided:(1) a suitable gas leak test is applied;(2) substitution of the gas leak test is by agreementreached between Manufacturer and Inspector;(3) all welded seams which will be hidden by assemblybe given a visual examination for workmanship priorto assembly;(4) the vessel will not contain a "lethal" substance.(h) Any nonhazardous liquid at any temperature maybe used for the hydrostatic test if below its boiling point.Combustible liquids having a flash point less than 110Â°F(43Â°C), such as petroleum distillates, may be used onlyfor near atmospheric temperature tests. It is recommendedthat the metal temperature during hydrostatic test be maintainedat least 30Â°F (17Â°C) above the minimum designmetal temperature, but need not exceed 120Â°F (48Â°C), tominimize the risk of brittle fracture. [See UG-20 and GeneralNote (6) to Fig. UCS-66.2.] The test pressure shallnot be applied until the vessel and its contents are at aboutthe same temperature. If the test temperature exceeds 120Â°F(48Â°C), it is recommended that inspection of the vesselrequired by (g) above be delayed until the temperature isreduced to 120Â°F (48Â°C) or less.CAUTION: A small liquid relief valve set to 11â3 times the test pressureis recommended for the pressure test system, in case a vessel, while undertest, is likely to be warmed up materially with personnel absent.(i) Vents shall be provided at all high points of thevessel in the position in which it is to be tested to purgepossible air pockets while the vessel is filling.(j) Before applying pressure, the test equipment shallbe examined to see that it is tight and that all low-pressurefilling lines and other appurtenances that should not besubjected to the test pressure have been disconnected.(k) Vessels, except for those in lethal service, may bepainted or otherwise coated either internally or externally,and may be lined internally, prior to the pressure test.However, the user is cautioned that such painting /coating /lining may mask leaks that would otherwise havebeen detected during the pressure test. 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You'll need to call an exterminator to get rid of them. Not all are qualified to get rid of bed bugs, so make sure you ask specifically. Clothes and linens can be washed in hot water, preferably with bleach.
1) Prepare the surface. The walls must be drywall or 1/2" cement board (for wet areas,) floors must be plywood (not chip-board or particle board) or cement board (such as 1/4" HardiBacker.) Surface should be clean and free or debris (i.e. cleaned with a vaccuum.) Surface must also be flush-make sure… all screws and nails are countersunk or at least flush with the surface of the substrate. 2) Mortar (for floors) or mastic (for walls) must be mixed to the manufacturer's specifications. 3) Mortar or mastic is then spread on the substrate using a square-notched trowel (1/4" notches for 12"x12" tile) and then tile laid over in the correct orientation. The tile should then be slightly pressed into the mortar/mastic and the edges flushed with edges of adjacent tiles. Be careful not to press the tile too hard to squeeze too much mortar/mastic out from underneath. 4) Once the mortar or mastic has cured, then gaps between the tiles are grouted using a grout float, taking care to squeeze the grout firmly between each tile. The excess grout is then removed and let to cure. The tile surface should then be polished with cheesecloth (to remove residual grout haze) and then the grout sealed with a quality sealer. ( Full Answer )
A cashier will learn standard operating procedures once they arehired to do the job of running a cash register. This will give theman overview of how the restaurant is run.
The S.O.P. for a restaurant is similar to any business. I suggest you check out a TV show called Kitchen Nightmares.......Gordon Ramsay.... Its not about how he acts as he is a more than a competent Chef, as the show is more about how he would run a restaurant/business and what a customer expe…cts. The reason this would be good to view is that he points out not only why a restaurant might be failing but also how a restaurant could improve, not matter how good the restaurant already is. Depending on where you live, there will be different "Food Safety Standards" that you will need to abide by. This can be checked by contacting you local council or government. Also keep in mind that starting from a small restaurant of say 6 staff to anything up to 100, the S.O.P. change accordingly to delegate responsibility. Uncle Nate ( Full Answer )
You will need to define roles & responsiblities and create a high level workflow (swimlanes) of the tasks. Next you will need to drill down into each of the tasks to define the actions.
I want to know that how will prepare the SOP for 3 star boutique hotel. It is very important for me. If any body can help me I am very greatful. Thankyou.
The term ambulance comes from the Latin word ambulare, meaning to walk or move about which is a reference to early medical care where patients were moved by lifting or wheeling.
Is it standard procedure to be discharged from hospital after surgery with a drain and vacuum bottle still attached?
Though each hospital and each surgeon have their own procedures and methods, and each case is individual, it is generally speaking not normal to have a drain when being discharged. Drains are removed prior to release in our clinic. Personally, I would not let you go.. However, each case is individu…al and there may be a reason for this. Your surgeon may clarify this. ( Full Answer )
Preparing food safely is very important when serving foodespecially when serving to the general public. Standard OperatingProcedures are instructions that help you in food preparation like;storing food, cooking meat and keeping the kitchen clean.
It really all depends on the procedure. But basically you shouldn't eat or drink anything 8 hours before the operation. (you will be a little hungry but it is safer not to eat or drink.) make sure you sleep well. You will probably have to show up early. dress in loose fitting clothes. You will be ch…ecked in, fill out any papers,forms blah blah blah. You will have a nurse hook you up to an IV (Intravenous) to keep you hydrated. Your doctor may come talk to you before the procedure. You may be asked over and over again what your name is and what procedure you are there for...(just so they don't mix up patients.. don't worry its no big deal) They may or may not give you a liquid sorry cant remember the name, it will make you sleepy and some side affects are basically falling asleep right away which isn't bad. Then they will take you in for your operation. They will give you the Anesthesia and ask you to count down from 10. ( you will probably only get to 8 maybe 7) you might get a breating tube in but you wont even remember and it doesnt hurt......They operate......You go into recovery they will wake you up and they will probably try to talk to you to make sure your fine. but your gona be to tired to even wana talk. then when its time you go home...and you recover some more... hope it helped. ( Full Answer )
Just click on the last top right side button on your key-board (it says sleep) and the computer will shut down. :-)
The chronological process of Merchandising is the following: Step 1: Marketing: Marketing personnel has to market his company in order to increase his customers and generate more and more revenue. : It acts as a bridge between buyer and the company for communication. The Marketing pers…onnel here enclose a brochure and product picture with the mail and forward it to the prospective buyer for their convenience. The interested buyers reply to the enquiry letter submitting a sample product or sketch with measurement sheet to the merchandiser to follow the sample to go for production. . Step 2 Costing and Negotiations: Costing: Merchandise makes a cost sheet to see if the product is feasible or not in terms of cost and revenue. Merchandiser has to calculate the cost of products including all wastes and accessories to tell the final cost of the product to his customers. Negotiation: Merchandiser must have a negotiating power on the price to convince his buyers on specific price to lessen the chances of loss. If price is negotiated then its time to sample approval from buyer. The aim of negotiation/approach "Win Win solution" Both parties are benefited. The skill for negotiation: 1. Discovering common interest and removal of personal issues. 2. Questioning skill 3. Listening effectively 4. Understanding body language. 5. Observation and judgment. 6. Influencing skills Step 3: Source Fabric After negotiation the merchandiser have to find from where fabric can be found as per buyers requirement. There are two sources of fabric. 1. Local source 2. Foreign Source. Both local and foreign it needs to open a L/C. In textile sector generally back-to- back L/C is used to collect Fabrics. Step 4: Prepare Lab Dipping, Dyeing and Fabric printing It is an important part of sampling. If buyer wants color size product then he need to send them for proper coloring. After that lab test is send to the buyer for approve. For an example Letter that is send to lab is given below: Date: To Mr. Babul Knit Concern Ltd. Sub: Lab Dip Programmed Buyer Name: Info-united Art:-Zob-3 Fabrics- 65%Cotton, 35%Polyester, S/J 180 GSM SL # Color Name Pantone/Shade Fabrics Remarks 01 Orange 158 C Gets approval Lab Dipping? Lab Dip confirmation & may be fitting & workmanship changes: . Start with dyeing the fabric (if necessary start tests bulk) 2. Sending preproduction samples or size set in original fabric with all already Confirmed details. : Dyeing : After the buyer approves lab test, and then sample is sent for dyeing. Fabric Printing : Fabric printing is the process that applies a single or multi Colored/design on a white of dyed background fabric, using textile dyes. If there is any need have print, and then it is sent for printing. Step 5: Source Prepare Trims & Accessories: For preparing a product a company needs various types of trims and accessories. These are very much important for textile product. Such as tag, pin, scope tape etc. so it is the duty of a merchandiser to sourcing accessories before start production. Step 6: Develop a Sample : Sample is the physical form of buyer's specification or style/design. After draw a cache a sample is prepared for the buyers and sends to the buyers. Sampling may be in two ways. 1. Sampling after confirmation price. 2. Sampling before confirmation price. For sampling a merchandiser need Fabrics, yarn, level, etc. Types of sample/Stages of sample: 1. Proto Type Sample : This is the first sample given to the buyer. The sample is prepared according to requirement of buyer and this is the rough sample. The range of sample is about 1-2 to vary according to the requirement of buyer. Comments on Proto Type: Buyer gives his comments on sample and also recommends the changes in sample. 2. Counter Proto Sample: This sample is based on the comments received from the buyer. For this sample, 2-3 pieces are required. 3. Salesman Sample: Buyer sends the samples in market by salesman to get market feedback from customers it is done on 250-500 pieces or may exceed depending on season and customer. Buyer has to sell these garments to check and view. Samples Market Feedback Buyer's Design Buyer's Merchandisers Manufacturer's Merchandiser Comments on Salesman Sample: Feedback on sample from customer is send to merchandiser/ manufacturer. 4. Pre-Production Sample (PPS): Manufacturer prepares it. All changes are confirmed on it. 2-3 pieces are required in pre-production sample. Approval of PPS: It is the stage where a sample may be approved or rejected. If accepted go ahead to next step and if rejected then there will be the process of revision of previous steps. PPC department is also involved at this stage. Once PPC is involved, no change in styling is acceptable. 5. Size Set Sample: 2-3 sets of different size are sending to PPC (planning production and control). Manufacturer keeps one sample himself and one sends to buyer for cutting approval. Its purpose is that buyer will make no change in cutting details. If he makes some changes, he himself will be responsible for any loss/ damage. 6. Fit Sample: No change in stitching is acceptable at this stage. 2-3 garments are used in fit sampling. 7. Photo Shoot Sample: Now the sample is ready fort shipment. Buyer picks some pieces randomly to test its gauge, GSM, shrinkage. If all these are according to the requirement of buyer then shipment is said to be ok. 15-20 pieces are picked up as a sample to test. 8. Shipment Sample : This stage is the completion of total order. And the garments are sending to shipment. Step: 4 Production execution and tracking A. Cutting the Fabrics: After confirmation of production and approve of the cutting the fabrics from the buyer, the cutting master started to cut the fabrics. B.Sewing : In swing section the finish fabrics are sewing. There are various types of sewing machine that are given in the list of machineries. C. Washing : It is most important factor in textile sector. In different stages of production, various spot we found in products that are needed to wash. Various spot we found in products that are given below: 1. Oil spot 2. Dirt spot 3. Print spot 4. Fabrics spot D. Ironing: In iron section products are ironed for better finishing. Ironing product looks nice and shines. For iron generally steam boiler is used. Steam boiler is so much useful for iron. Sometimes iron shoes are used in iron for better ironing. E. Packaging: Packaging may be defined as the activities of designing and producing the container or the wrapper for the product. Generally the packaging could be considered as the silent sells man of the product. When the garments are exported to the prospective buyer different type of instruction should have to be followed by manufacturers. Basically the clothing manufacturer is using three kinds of packages. 1. Primary Packages : Insertion a garment into a poly bag is considered as the primary package of garments. Full visibility makes the customer to identify the color, size and style etc. 2. Secondary package : Secondary package of a garment could be another poly bag or inner carton. Inner carton or master poly bag containing a number of garments, provide traditional quotation and make opportunities for sales promotion. This container facility of pack number of garment pertains to packing instruction given by the buyer. There are four packing strategies: 1. Solid Color Solid Size: all garments are of same size and color. e.g Garments = 42 Color = Red, Size = Small 2. Solid Color Assorted Size: According to this strategy color of all pieces is same while there is variation in size e.g. Garments = 42 Color = red Size = Small, Medium, and long with ratio 1:2:1. 3. Assorted Color Solid Size : In this strategy color of garments is different while size is same. Garments = 42 Color = Red & Blue Size = Medium 4. Assorted Color Assorted Size : Garments are of different colors and sizes. Garments = 42 Color = Red & Blue Size = small & Medium 3. Shipping Package : this refers to packaging for necessary for storage identification or Transportation. Cartons are used as shipping package. The Side Mark of cartons is: Carton no., Carton Measurement, Quantity (in pcs), Net weight (Single product). Net weight. (Six pcs product), Gross weight (Full carton). Main Mark: Buyer Name. Consignees add. Order no. Style no. Color/size/Breakdown. Destination. Etc. Carton Measurement : 3 ply (inner). 5ply (how much pcs), 7ply Ensure Quality: Quality is the most important factor in textile sector. Buyers always emphasis on quality. So it is needed to care always on quality. A quality product always turns more buyers. F Arrange Shipping Sample: Shipping sample is very important for shipment. Shipping sample means the representative of the product that we produced for the buyer. Sample must be repetitive according to color, size. Follow- up Export Procedures: A merchandiser must follow the export procedures by himself. Step 5 Export procedure Cargo lifting advice is fixed to custom clearing agent/ Forwarder/ Transportation. Forwarder / clearing agent make arrangements for the custom clearance and booking of the space at earliest vessel. Following documents are required for the custom clearance. Detail is given following; 1. INVOICE: In Invoice following criteria is required. 1. Consignee and Applicant Addresses 2. Garment Description 3. Garment Price and Total Invoice value 4. Net and Gross Weight of Garments 5. PO (purchase order) no. 6. Freight Terms. 7. from # & Date 8. L/C. # (letter of credit) 2. PACKING LIST There are following details in the packing list required as per buyer's instruction or mentioned in L/C. 1. Consignee and applicant addresses 2. Product description 3. Garment Style and color 4. Net and Gross weight of Garments 5. No. Of Pieces in the Carton and Carton Dimension also other necessary information, which gives help for the custom clearance. 3. Export-FORM: E-FORM is issued and attested by the concerned bank (Islami bank Bangladesh ltd.) 4. BILL OF ENTRY Applicable only in case of the imported material used in the manufacturing of the garments for the export purposes. 5. SHIPPING BILL The forwarder prepares shipping bill. After the sub Management Information Systems ion of the custom docs, by the forwarder, custom authorities check the docs. And examine the shipment accordingly. They write the report on the backside of the shipping bill and allow the shipment for the export from Bangladesh. All these docs are then returned to the export department. 6. VISA PROCESS After receiving the Docs from the forwarder, Export Department prepares the Visa docs, which are required for the export of garment to the following countries; USA, CANADA, EUROPEAN countries. 7. NEGOTIATION / COLLECTION After the completion of the Visa process, we submit the docs in the Bank for the negotiation/ collection. The docs are prepared according to the L/C. or the buyer requirement. 8. DOCUMENTS FOR THE BUYER Export department also prepare documents for the buyer for the custom clearance of the shipment at the destination. 9. PAYMENT PROCEDURE After the negotiation/ collection procedure of the docs, bank dispatches the same to L/C opening bank, to realize the payment. Foreign bank is bound to realize the same within the 10 to 15 days. REBATE CLAIM 10. COMMERCIAL INVOIVCE In the commercial invoice all the details are mentioned required under conditions of L/C for the custom clearance and other necessary purposes. 11. PACKING LIST It consists of color, weight, product code/other, coding numbers, no. of cartons, carton dimension, and carton packing. 12. BILL OF LADING/ AIRWAY This is according to the L/C terms and conditions. ( Full Answer )
shared costs-Washington foots part of the bill, but states or cities that want to get their share must pay part of a program's costs. Cities ans states can get federal money for airport construction, sewage treatment plants, youth programs, and many other programs, but only if they pay some of the c…osts. Federal guidelines-Most federal grants to states and cities come with strings attached. Congress spends billions of dollars to support state highway construction, for example, but to get their share, states must adopt and enforce limits on the legal drinking age. Shared administration-State and local officials implement federal policies, but they have administrative powers of their own. The US Department of Labor, for example, gives billions of dollars to states for job retraining, but states have considerable latitude in spending the money. ( Full Answer )
For one thing, Sikh's are not allowed to go around without a knife (really). The hospital would not allow the knife.
Mormons wear special priesthood garments under their clothing day and night. It might upset a faithful Mormon if this clothing was treated disrespectfully in any way. If it had to be removed with scissors, that would not be a problem, but if it were held up to be scrutinized because it seemed odd …or unusual, that would be very rude and insensitive. It would not be rude to ask questions about the garment, but it would be rude to make fun of it. Mormons have no religious objection to blood transfusions. ( Full Answer )
PROCEDURE FOR ISSUING AN ACCOUNTING STANDARD FOR LOCAL BODIES (ASLB) Broadly, the following procedure is adopted for formulating Accounting Standards for Local Bodies: 1. Determine the broad areas in which Accounting Standards need to be formulated and the priority in regard to the selection thereof…. 2. For the preparation of the Accounting Standards, the CASLB will be assisted by Study Groups constituted to consider specific subjects. In the formation of Study Groups, provision will be made for wide participation by various interest groups. 3. The draft of the proposed standard will normally include the following: a. Objective of the Standard, b. Scope of the Standard, c. Definition of the terms used in the Standard, d. Recognition and measurement principles, wherever applicable, e. Deviations, if any, from the corresponding International Public Sector Accounting Standard (IPSAS), as an Appendix to the Standard. 4. The CASLB will consider the preliminary draft prepared by the Study Group and if any revision of the draft is required on the basis of deliberations, the CASLB will make the same or refer the same to the Study Group. 5. The procedure for issuance of an Interpretation on any Accounting Standard for Local Bodies will be the same as that for issuance of an Accounting Standard since the authority of an Interpretation is the same as that of Accounting Standard for Local Bodies to which it relates. 6. The CASLB will circulate the draft of the Accounting Standard/Accounting Standards Interpretation for Local Bodies to the Council members of the ICAI and the following specified bodies for their comments: a. Comptroller and Auditor General of India (C&AG)b. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India c. Controller General of Accounts d. Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Government of India e. National Institute of Urban Affairs f. Directorates of Local Bodies of the State Governments g. Directorates of Local Fund Audit Department of the State Government h. Major Local Bodies i. National Institute of Financial Management j. Securities and Exchange Board of India k. Any governmental Committee(s) or other similar body, e.g., the Technical Committee on Budget and Accounting Standards for ULBs constituted by the Ministry of Urban Development l. The All India Council of Mayors m. All India Institute of Local Self Government n. Donor of funds to Local Bodies such as US AID, World Bank, etc. o. The Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India p. The Institute of Company Secretaries of India q. All the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) r. Any other body considered relevant by the CASLB keeping in view of the nature of the Accounting Standard. 7. The CASLB will hold a meeting with the representatives of the selected specified bodies to ascertain their views on the draft of the proposed Accounting Standard/Accounting Standards Interpretation for Local Bodies. On the basis of comments received and discussion with the representatives of specified bodies, the CASLB will finalise the Exposure Draft of the proposed Accounting Standard/Accounting Standards Interpretation for Local Bodies. 8. The Exposure Draft of the proposed Standard/Interpretation will be issued for comments by the members of Institute and the public. The Exposure Draft will be sent to the specified bodies (as listed above), and other interest groups, as appropriate. 9. The Exposure Draft will be sent to any governmental Committee(s) or other similar body, e.g., the Technical Committee on Budget and Accounting Standards for ULBs constituted by the Ministry of Urban Development for sending comments on the Exposure Drafts of the proposed Standard/Interpretation.10. After taking into consideration the comments received, the draft of the proposed Accounting Standard/Accounting Standards Interpretation for Local Bodies will be finalised by the CASLB and submitted to the Council. 11. The Council of the ICAI will consider the final draft of the proposed Standard/Interpretation, and if found necessary, modify the same in consultation with the CASLB. The Accounting Standard/Accounting Standards Interpretation on the relevant subject will then be issued by the ICAI. 12. The ICAI will send the Accounting Standards so formulated to the governmental Committee(s) or other similar body, e.g., the Technical Committee on Budget and Accounting Standards for ULBs constituted by the Ministry of Urban Development for recommending the same for implementation by the State Governments to achieve uniformity in preparation and presentation of financial statements by complying with the requirements of the Accounting Standards for Local Bodies. 13. For a substantive revision of an Accounting Standard.Accounting Standards Interpretation for Local Bodies, the procedure followed for formulation of a new Accounting Standard/Accounting Standards Interpretation for Local Bodies, as detailed above, will be followed. 14. Subsequent to issuance of an Accounting Standards/Accounting Standards Interpretation for Local Bodies, some aspect(s) may require revision which are not substantive in nature. For this purpose, the ICAI may make limited revision to an Accounting Standard/Accounting Standards Interpretation for Local Bodies. The procedure followed for the limited revision will substantially be the same as that to be followed for formulation of an Accounting Standard/Accounting Standards Interpretation for Local Bodies, ensuring that sufficient opportunity is given to various interest groups and general public to react to the proposal for limited revision. ( Full Answer )
Standard Operating Procedure for hotel security is the set ofwritten instructions that they follow. It is the normal routine andit helps maintain consistency and quality.
Depending of the number of rooms the hotel has and the occupation percentage, there may be more than 50 different processes performed by the three shifts of a Front Desk. But there are several standard processes: 1. Reading the log book when arriving to the desk. 2. If the Clerk is a Cashier as wel…l, s/he might have a fixed amount of money handed over from the previous shift. This amount must always be in balance. 3. Some hotels pre-assign rooms, cut key-cards, and print registration cards for the arriving guests. (AM Shift) 4. Determine the correct status of any "Housekeeping discrepancies". 5. Verifying the good credit of the guests. 6. Extending reservations or checking out rooms where applicable. ( Full Answer )
These are called protocols - a standard set of rules for common communications across networks.
The policies and standards of operating procedures for a finedining restaurant should include food safety handling and storing.It should also provide staff with procedures for making customersfeel comfortable and stay well.
The standard operating procedures of McDonald's, include having aproper uniform. McDonald's also has a certain way they preparefood, which are considered operating procedures, because it keepsthe business running quickly and efficiently.
As per I.S code 3370 part I & II, there is 40mm tolerance for leakage for R.C.C structures. following method are used for measuring the leakage. 1) if the tank capacity more 6ml, tank should be fill by 1/3 for reading step by step and tress the leakages. 2) After tress, mark the spot and use approp…riate method for attend the same. such as epoxy grouting, epoxy material and any other method which is suitable as per site condition. 3) take reading with pizometer and subtract the reading which is received from evaporation pan. take final reading. reading is taken after 24 Hr up to seven day. Adopt this procedure for hydro testing of R.C.C structure. if leakage found more than 40mm. whole procedure should be repeat again. ( Full Answer )
pan with product to be breaded, a pan with flour, a pan of egg wash, a pann of bread crumbs, and a pan to put the breaded product in...go me
It is the duty and responsibility of the front desk staff to ensure the right guest is given the key to his room and his safety and security pertaining to issuance of key is not compromised or violated during his stay in the hotel. Front Desk Agent should never give geys, room numbers, messages, par…cels or mails to any person without first requiring appropriate identification. For Security reason hotels uses atleast three type of keys, Emergency Key, Master key and guest room keys. Types of keys used may vary hotel by hotel but the process of handling them reamins pretty much the same. Source: http://www.setupmyhotel.com/train-my-hotel-staff/securityandloss/165-hotelocktype.html ( Full Answer )
After completion of initial research by the staff and consideration of comments on a Discussion Memorandum or Preliminary Views, if one of those documents is issued, the board members begin deliberating the issues
Typically the nurse or health care provider will do one of two things (or both): use a syringe to pull stomach acid from the stomach and test the pH (acidity) to make sure that it is stomach acid. Another way is to use a syringe to inject air into the feeding tube, and then use a stethoscope to list…en for a "glub" noise over the abdomen, which indicates that the air has entered the stomach. These measures are very important to make sure that the tube is open and is not in the lungs. ( Full Answer )
well it'd help if you were more specific but i used to be a tech in one in new jersey so i'll try to explain it the best i can. one or more persons work the register where people pick up their prescriptions, they usually ask you to verify your address or birthday. one or more people work where you d…rop off your prescriptions. it does look sketchy for a young kid to bring in a prescription for roxicet, that's what people with fake prescriptions always get them for 99% of the time. the people working there just know when a prescription is fake. and then one or more people work to actually fill the prescription. a script for a controlled substance must be counted twice. only the pharmacist can fill the scripts for narcotics, cause those are locked away in safes. and also, if the pharmacy has a drive through, one person usually works there. the hard copy prescriptions are filed away, under regular ones, controlled substances, and narcotics. hope that answers your question. ( Full Answer )
Duties and Procedures of a Laundry Attendant Collecting and Sorting o Laundry attendants are responsible for receiving items to be cleaned as well as organizing those items according to different ways they have to be washed and always fallowing all hazardous chemical procedures Washing and …Drying o A primary duty of a laundry attendant is washing, drying. Again, attendants must follow proper policies regarding decontamination. This includes using approved detergents and washing at required temperatures. Attendants may also have to work with dry-cleaning equipment. Working in a laundry room involves continuous physical activity and attendants are commonly required to lift as much as 50 pounds when handling laundry. When Drying lint filters should be cleaned at least two or three times per day. Do not over dry linens; use a cool down tumbling period to minimize wrinkles. Do not leave linens in the dryer overnight, Could cause a fire. To replace an empty chemical bucket Wear protective gloves and glasses. Unscrew the proportioning cap connected to tubing on the empty bucket and set cap somewhere it will remain clean. Move empty bucket away from position. Set the new bucket in place with the shipping cap secured. Loosen and remove the shipping cap with the cap wrench. Screw the proportioning cap (with the tube) to the bucket and tighten. Make sure the right proportioning cap is connected to the right bucke. Screw the shipping cap from the new bucket onto the opening of the empty bucket. Dispose of the empty bucket in the dumpster. Folding and Organizing Linens should be folded immediately after drying or ironing to minimize wrinkles. The person doing the folding should look for stains, excessive wear or tears and sort out these linens for additional treatment. Do not send an unacceptable piece of linen to a room and please take all caution when operating linen feeders machine and towel folders machine. If you have any question in how to operate the laundry equipments please see your immediate Supervisor or manager for further instructions. IRONING AND WAXING Only feed linens at the proper moisture level through flatwork iron. Keep the iron clean and do not iron dirty linens. When waxing the ironer, please, pass the wax cloth three times on each side of the iron. Finishing running at least three to four discarded sheets to clean up the FLAT IRON. LAUNDRY ATTENDANT RESPONSIBILITIES Receive and sort soiled linen into appropriate containers following all safety practices.(Please Refer to step three) Â· Process sorted linen utilizing the washers, dryers, sheet spreaders, ironers, and feeder/folders ensuring finished product is inspected and meets quality standards. Â· Follow all hazardous chemical procedures and ensure bloodied linen does not return to supplies. Â· Â· Inspect linen on a regular basis for tears, holes or sub-standard conditions and remove from guest inventory. Â· Maintain assigned work area in a clean and safe condition. Â· Empty/Check lint traps after each load to ensure safety of equipment and to avoid any fire hazard. Â· Notify supervisor of malfunctioning equipment, supplies needed, damaged linens, to ensure laundry operation is running at maximum efficiency level. Â· Ensure linen carts are stocked and prepared to be delivered to guest room floors. ( Full Answer )
The Stanard Operating Procedures or SOP's are how to operate safely and effectively the equipment on site. There should also be a section for what to do in an emergency, how to shut down to prevent mechanical meltdown. Before using this equipment you should have to sign off that you have read the SO…P and are familiar with it. ( Full Answer )
A standard procedure when using an EMR is to update all patient information every time it is accessed. It is important to verify the patient and make sure you are in the right chart for that patient.
So a driver in front of the ambulance can read the word in his/her rear view mirror. Write the word ambulance on a piece of paper and write the word ambulance backwards on the same piece of paper. Hold the paper up to a mirror and you will see that the backwards word is now the right way and the r…ight way word is now backwards ( Full Answer )
The security should be classified as one of the most importantprocedures for a given standard operating procedure. The securityof any system should always be paramount.
Ambulances are commonly staffed in two person crews. The type of licensure these people have depend on the type of ambulance they are operating in. There are two different types of ambulances: Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS). A BLS truck is staffed with at least one EMT-Bas…ic or sometimes, an EMT-Advanced. The other crew member is either another EMT-B, EMT-A, or an Medical First Responder (MFR). A BLS truck is equipped to deal with most emergencies but will not have all the capabilities of an ALS truck. ALS trucks are staffed with at least one EMT-Paramedic, and either an EMT-B, EMT-A, or another EMT-P. These trucks and crew are trained in advanced methods such as cardiology and pharmacology and are able to do things like EKGs, start IVs and administer drugs, and intubate. An ambulance will always have at least an EMT-Basic, and most ambulances are ALS, meaning they have at least one Paramedic at all times. ( Full Answer )
Commonly known as LASIK surgery, laser eye surgery typically is fast and involves minimal pain to the person going through the procedure. In layman's terms, eyesight is adjusted as a laser first creates a flap in the cornea, then either flattens it for people with near sighted vision, or makes it st…eeper for those with far sighted vision. The flap is then laid back into place and healing usually only requires medical eye drops. ( Full Answer )
A standard operating procedure is described with the correct terminology and format in clinical research and practice. Such formatting and word choice helps prevent confusion and makes the procedure concise and easy to follow.
The first and most effective procedure you should do when conducting cold calls is be nice. Other procedures that you want to take when conducting cold calls is don't get mad, give the customer time to explain the problem and try to help him as much as possible.
The cast of Standard Operating Procedure - 2008 includes: Megan Ambuhl Graner as herself Javal Davis as himself Sarah Denning as Military Police Robin Dill as OGA Tim Dugan as himself Lynndie England as herself Joshua Feinman as Military Police Jeffrey Frost as Himself - Former MP Merry Grissom as I…nterrogator Roy Halo as Detainee Sabrina Harman as herself Janis Karpinski as herself Roman Krol as himself Daniel Novy as Military Police Brent Pack as himself Zhubin Rahbar as Detainee Kami Shahab as Detainee Combiz Shams as Iraqi Detainee Charity Sills as Military Intelligence Jeremy Sivits as himself Leighton Strout as Detainee ( Full Answer )
The cast of Standard Operating Procedure - 2011 includes: Elliott Graber as Adam Marit Swanson as Lena