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  • likelihood
  • Purpose and Scope Clinical Staff- will use screen tools and refer residents for assessment to minimise the likelihood of a fall that results in an injury from occurring within a residential setting. (docplayer.net)
  • 15) "Primary prevention services" means services which are designed and delivered for the primary purpose of enhancing child and family well-being and are shown, by analysis of outcomes, to reduce the risk to the likelihood of the initial need for child welfare services. (wa.gov)
  • Assist
  • A Lone Pine order is designed to assist in the management of complex issues and potential burdens on defendants and the court in mass tort litigation, essentially requiring plaintiffs to produce a measure of evidence to support their claims at the outset. (justia.com)
  • case management
  • ORDER DENYING MOTION FOR ENTRY OF A "LONE PINE" CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER THIS MATTER is before the Court on defendants Mark Gallegos and Santa Fe County Board of Commissioners' ("County Defendants") Motion for Entry of Lone Pine Case Management Order, filed on October 3, 2017. (justia.com)
  • In their motion, the County Defendants ask the Court to issue a Lone Pine case management order requiring "each plaintiff to make a prima facie showing, through qualified expert affidavits, of harmful exposure and specific causation for each injury the plaintiff[s] claim[] in this lawsuit, before any further discovery or other pretrial proceedings are scheduled 2 or conducted. (justia.com)
  • appropriate
  • The patient must be re-screened: Regularly (every 6 months) When a change in functional status is evident After a fall Referral to appropriate health professionals for Falls Risk Assessments will be completed on every resident admitted into residential care so that individual prevention and management plans can be put into place to reduce the risk of falls. (docplayer.net)
  • This may require: Moving them closer to areas of high staffing Co-locating residents at increased risk Encouraging and empowering family/ carer or volunteers to help with care and supervision where appropriate Make the patient s environment as safe as possible Standard fall prevention includes: All residents areas kept free from clutter, trip hazards and spills Floor surfaces kept clean and dry. (docplayer.net)
  • Plaintiffs further allege that in June 2013, Santa Fe County procured a mold assessment, and received recommended remediation measures which included "appropriate protection for workers removing the mold, isolating the work areas from living areas with critical barriers, use of HEPA filers, significant ventilation, and vacating human beings from areas adjacent to those being remediated. (justia.com)
  • factors
  • Documentation/ Communication Documentation and Flagging All screening, assessments & interventions related to the resident s fall risk and risk factors must be documented in the resident s medical record/ care plan. (docplayer.net)
  • Education to residents and their carers will be provided as they both need to understand the falls risk factors and actions they need to take to address them. (docplayer.net)
  • Many affected infants lack the typical intrapartum risk factors for GBS infection, are born to mothers with a negative GBS screen or represent missed opportunities for prevention. (edu.au)
  • patients
  • Non Clinical Staff are responsible for identifying patients at a risk of falling and are required to take action to prevent a fall incident or injury from occurring. (docplayer.net)
  • A mechanism must be put in place at the bedside to identify residents at risk A UMHCS pink high falls risk sticker must be used in documentation to flag high risk patients. (docplayer.net)
  • 15 2 Hypercoagulability: Malignancy: Risk for VTE in cancer patients is greater if also has distant metastasis, Factor V Leiden or Prothrombin 20210A mutation. (docplayer.net)
  • 16 Hypercoagulability: Malignancy: Are patients with non-invasive cancers at increased risk for VTE? (docplayer.net)
  • results
  • In the United States, the universal screening-based approach for identifying women for IAP results in apparently lower rates of early-onset neonatal GBS infection than risk-based assessment. (edu.au)
  • mitigation
  • A catalog of IT risk events -As described previously, this catalog not only documented risk events but also the high-level mitigation strategies, initiating IT project requests as needed for items not already on their project calendar. (isaca.org)
  • Greenhouse gas mitigation and adaptation measures can ease the negative impacts of climate change, but they cannot completely prevent them and residual risk remains. (giz.de)
  • guidance
  • IEC 31010:2009 is a dual logo IEC/ISO, single prefix IEC, supporting standard for ISO 31000 and provides guidance on selection and application of systematic techniques for risk assessment. (iso.org)
  • German development cooperation and its international partners have access to tried-and-tested concepts providing guidance on climate risk assessment and management which they can apply in regions that are particularly vulnerable to climate change. (giz.de)
  • In addition, the GIC notes that existing guidance documents and well-established methodologies on risk assessments for LMOs that are consistent with the principles of Annex III of the Protocol are readily available through the Biosafety Clearing-house and other websites. (croplife.org)
  • The Global Industry Coalition (GIC) continues to have significant concerns with the ongoing negotiations on risk assessment and risk management of LMOs under the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, in particular, how gaps in existing guidance are identified and selected for further consideration in the absence of consensus by the Parties that such work is justified. (croplife.org)
  • This document contains links to readily available guidance, available from national authorities and international/intergovernmental bodies with experience in real-world risk assessment of LMOs. (croplife.org)
  • organization
  • The IT organization identified that it had no functioning IT risk management processes in place and, thus, assigned level zero to its process capability. (isaca.org)
  • The IT organization leveraged the Info-Tech facilitator and methodology to conduct high-level team brainstorming with key team members, aimed at identifying IT risk factors relevant to the client organization. (isaca.org)
  • A joint labor-management organization that works with the union and the contractor for the benefit of union members and signatory contractors through a more safety conscious and productive workforce. (dmoztools.net)
  • 2018
  • Parties to the Protocol will consider proposed recommendations for a path forward on risk assessment during the 9th meeting of the Parties to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety taking place 17-29 November 2018 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. (croplife.org)
  • Insights
  • Throughout the week-long workshop, key members of the IT management team, as well as the chief information officer (CIO), worked with the facilitator to document their insights and understanding, using COBIT to draw out their knowledge of IT risk and arrange it in a manner suitable for analysis. (isaca.org)
  • framework
  • The International Standard ISO/IEC 27005:2011 which gives managers and staff in IT departments a framework for implementing a risk management approach to assist them in managing their information security management system (ISMS) risks has been published. (iso.org)
  • COBIT is a trusted framework used by IT auditors and other IT professionals, particularly in the strategy, security and risk areas of practice. (isaca.org)
  • After completing the interviews and review of materials, NRMC will deliver a report containing a suggested framework for surfacing and managing critical risks, commentary on the adequacy of existing risk management activity, and specific recommendations for evolving the nonprofit's risk management program. (nonprofitrisk.org)
  • findings
  • Accessing and disseminating new findings and experience and fostering dialogue on climate risks and L&D constitute essential aspects of this work. (giz.de)
  • Scientific findings must be communicated in a transparent and understandable manner in order to promote rational handling of risks. (wikipedia.org)
  • The BfR has the statutory remit of communicating risks and informing the public about possible health risks and the research findings on which they are based in the fields of food safety, chemicals safety and product safety. (wikipedia.org)
  • assess
  • The increasing use of high-technology inspection and maintenance methods are helping pipeline owners to assess the condition of their lines, and if these modern maintenance methods are combined with modern defect-assessment methods, they can provide a very powerful and cost-effective tool. (tsnn.com)
  • methods
  • The approaches and methods used to date for risk assessment and management do not take adequate account of loss and damage, the associated (non-) economic costs or slow onset events brought about by climate change. (giz.de)
  • This underscores the challenges involved in developing and rolling out comprehensive methods and measures for assessing and managing climate change risks. (giz.de)
  • The programme focuses on applying and advancing methods, measures and concepts for the assessment and comprehensive management of climate risks. (giz.de)
  • Further identified open issues/needs in the area of Risk Management/Risk Assessment, such as interoperability of methods and integration with corporate governance, are presented by means of a road-map describing and prioritizing possible future actions to be performed in that area. (europa.eu)
  • While there are many methods for identifying risks, the Crawford Slip method is very common and effective. (simplilearn.com)
  • impact
  • Fatigue and distraction are nearly invisible risk factors that impact your operations daily. (cat.com)
  • A risk assessed as highly likely to happen and as having a high impact on the project will obviously need closer attention than a risk that is low in terms of both probability and impact. (simplilearn.com)
  • comprehensive
  • NRMC's minimum fee for a comprehensive Risk Assessment is $25,200. (nonprofitrisk.org)
  • The development of the training course on 'Loss and damage as part of comprehensive climate risk management' and the rollout of trainings have successfully helped build capacity and promote dialogue in the partner regions. (giz.de)
  • measures
  • The programme supports Germany's Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) with international climate negotiations relating to the International Warsaw Mechanism on Loss and Damage (WIM) and to topics of climate risk management, including climate-induced migration and climate risk insurance.Building on German development cooperation's experience with climate change adaptation and disaster risk management, the programme is piloting selected measures in partner regions. (giz.de)
  • national
  • The work of the BfR is based on a number of national legal regulations - including the founding law of the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, the Food and Feed Code (LFGB), Protection Against Infection Act (IfSG), Plant Protection Act, Chemicals Act, Washing and Cleaning Agents Act), and Genetic Engineering Act. (wikipedia.org)
  • project
  • A typical Risk Assessment begins with a site visit to the nonprofit's headquarters and a kick-off meeting to discuss project scope and deliverables. (nonprofitrisk.org)
  • The last thing that any project will want to face is risks. (simplilearn.com)
  • But in any project, risk assessment is not a project manager's sole responsibility. (simplilearn.com)
  • This is often fatal to the success of the project, as unexpected risks arise, which have not been assessed or planned for and have to be dealt with on an emergency basis, rather than be prepared for and defended against in a planned, measured, manner. (simplilearn.com)
  • Before plunging into risk assessment, the project manager will have compiled a list of risks from previous project experiences. (simplilearn.com)
  • These will be reviewed at the beginning of the project as a way to identify some common risks. (simplilearn.com)
  • Each risk identified and discussed should be stated in a complete sentence which states the cause of the risk, the risk, and the affect that the risk has on the project. (simplilearn.com)
  • The project manager then discusses the risks identified under each category with the participants. (simplilearn.com)
  • resources
  • Projects are designed to take advantage of resources and opportunities and with these, come uncertainty, challenges and risk. (simplilearn.com)
  • group
  • Elements of work conducted within the ENISA ad hoc Working Group on technical and policy issues of Risk Assessment and Risk Management have been integrated into this website. (europa.eu)
  • Rather than look at each risk independently and randomly, it is much more effective to identify risks and then group them into categories, or, to draw up a list of categories and then to identify potential risks within each category. (simplilearn.com)
  • important
  • In today's societies where science and technology are becoming more and more important, risk is seen as inevitable. (innovationmanagement.se)
  • This means that it is not subject to any technical supervision by law with respect to its scientific risk assessments and thus has an important scientific reference and orientation function for consumers, politics (federal and state), the economy, the media, associations and science in the case of unresolved scientific questions and during crises. (wikipedia.org)
  • board
  • Together with the Shareholder Meeting and the Management Board, the Supervisory Board is one of the three official organs of GIZ GmbH. (giz.de)
  • The participants then put their risks on the board beneath the appropriate category. (simplilearn.com)
  • Projects
  • In this article the internal, external and hidden risks of incremental, differential, radical, and breakthrough innovation projects are identified and ranked accordingly. (innovationmanagement.se)
  • determine
  • The GIC is firmly of the view that the Parties should discontinue this repetitious work and instead recommend work on developing objective and agreed-upon criteria to determine whether further work on risk assessment is warranted. (croplife.org)
  • SBSTTA is instead requested to recommend work on developing objective and agreed-upon criteria to determine whether further work on risk assessment is warranted. (croplife.org)
  • For the risks which have been identified with a high risk score, the participants will determine the triggers or causes and identify responses. (simplilearn.com)
  • clinical
  • Our Medicines Management and Optimisation (MMO) Team deployed a clinical pharmacist (non-prescribing as requested) to work for a total of 25 four-hour sessions. (midlandsandlancashirecsu.nhs.uk)
  • Systematic approaches to risk assessment have been advocated, and a number of clinical risk scores have been developed that can potentially be applied at the bedside. (onlinejacc.org)
  • Current clinical practice for post-MI risk stratification includes the assessment of LV function, generally by echocardiography. (onlinejacc.org)
  • 7 ) aimed to test the prognostic value of a comprehensive CMR assessment compared with known clinical risk profiles. (onlinejacc.org)
  • Finally, I oversee the Johns Hopkins Dermatology, Allergy and Clinical Immunology (DACI) Reference Laboratory which is a full service diagnostic allergy laboratory that provides IgE and IgG antibody measurements as well as measurements of indoor aeroallergens to aid in the diagnosis and management of human allergic disease. (hopkinsmedicine.org)
  • Make the best use of Scientific Research and information from our 700+ peer reviewed, Open Access Journals that operates with the help of 50,000+ Editorial Board Members and esteemed reviewers and 1000+ Scientific associations in Medical, Clinical, Pharmaceutical, Engineering, Technology and Management Fields. (omicsonline.org)
  • often
  • Predicting prognosis after acute myocardial infarction (AMI) remains clinically challenging, partly due to significant interpatient variability in risk profiles and what is often individualized therapeutic management. (onlinejacc.org)
  • together
  • CMR is uniquely able to integrate, in a single examination, the accurate assessment of LV structure, global and regional systolic function, together with myocardial infarct sizing, adequacy of tissue level reperfusion (microvascular status), and myocardial ischemic burden/extent of viability with low-dose dobutamine. (onlinejacc.org)