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Case No.: UNDT/NBI/2019/104 Order No.: 100 (NBI/2019) Page 3 of 10 briefing on Safe and Defensive driving.4 Since April 2017, the Applicant has not held a driving permit and he has not performed driving functions.5 8. (...) The Applicant acknowledges that since 2017 he has been aware of the decision not to reinstate his driving permit and has performed only non-driving functions. (...) Nor does he have a right to reinstatement of his driving permit. The Applicant violated the zero-tolerance policy against driving under the influence of alcohol and refused to take a breathalyzer.
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Score: 736265.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2019-100.pdf
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UNOCI policy clearly states that driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is punishable by immediate withdrawal of driving privileges at the roadside. (...) The relevant parts of the SOPs are reproduced below: “(ix) Impaired Driving. Impaired driving is driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or driving without proper control of the vehicle. Impaired driving is considered a serious offence in the mission and driving under the influence of alcohol and or drugs is not tolerated.
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Score: 730722.07 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-052.pdf
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Stephen Lieberman, directed the removal of the Applicant’s hard drive from the FSU office. The Applicant contends that the hard drive was removed after working hours when no one was in the office. (...) UNDT/2011/018 Page 10 of 29 Respondent was aware that the FSU may have sensitive material stored on the hard drive. The sequestration of the Applicant’s hard drive 22. (...) Lieberman, on 10 April 2006, to sequester his hard drive. 23. This is the first reference to the icon in relation to the sequestration of the hard drive.
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Score: 722784.47 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-018.pdf
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ST/AI/2010/6 (Road and driving safety) prohibits staff from driving under the influence. (...) Before, they were in a private school. 34. He has been driving since he was 18 years old and did not often drink and drive. (...) He knows the mission’s policy on drink driving. Every mission has the same policy, no drunk driving.
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Score: 716802.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-030.pdf
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Turkey be demoted by one grade and his UNIFIL driving permit be withdrawn for one year. The UNDT further ordered that Mr. (...) Administrative Instruction ST/AI/2010/6 (Road and driving safety) contains express provisions against driving under the influence of alcohol. (...) Turkey did not claim that he was not unacquainted with those UNIFIL issuances against drunk driving and he conceded that he had seen posters at UNIFIL publicizing its zero-tolerance driving policies.
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Score: 705610.55 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-955.pdf
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In November 2007, Lutta was involved in a traffic accident while driving an official United Nations vehicle in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. (...) By a memorandum dated 29 November 2007, the Chief Transportation Officer informed Lutta of the suspension of his UNOCI Driving Permit and Privileges. By memorandum in January 2008, Lutta was informed that his UNOCI Driving Permit and Privileges were permanently withdrawn. 6. (...) The JDC concluded that there was not adequate evidence that Lutta had been driving under the influence of alcohol. Having so concluded, it could not find that Lutta had breached his duty to exercise reasonable care while driving a United Nations vehicle.
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Score: 695279.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2011-unat-117.pdf
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ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2021/2 Economic Commission for Europe Inland Transport Committee Global Forum for Road Traffic Safety Eighty-third session Geneva, 20-24 September 2021 Item 3(c) (i) of the provisional agenda Convention on Road Traffic (1968): Automated driving-Vehicles with automated driving systems: The concept of activities other than driving Global Forum for Road Traffic Safety (WP.1) resolution on safety considerations for activities other than driving undertaken by the driver when the automated driving system is exercising dynamic control Submitted by Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Sweden and United Kingdom This document contains an alternative text for a proposed WP.1 resolution on “activities other than driving” in the context of automated driving. (...) Recommendations for manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands 5. Manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands should: (a) Ensure that the performance of the automated driving system is consistent with the above recommendations for automated driving systems, including consistency with applicable laws; (b) Inform and educate drivers about their role in the safe operation of the vehicle, including the above recommendations for drivers; (c) Refrain from misleading names, descriptions, or marketing that could encourage improper use of the automated driving system; (d) Consider additional measures, as appropriate to ensure proper use of the automated driving system and to otherwise promote road traffic safety, as automated driving systems technology evolves and additional best practices are observed. (...) This Resolution will be periodically reviewed and updated to address technological and/or regulatory developments concerning vehicles equipped with an automated driving system, as well as further the development of human roles in interacting with an automated driving system.
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Score: 686729.44 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...1-07/ECE-TRANS-WP1-2021-2e.pdf
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This document contains WP.1 resolution on “activities other than driving” in the context of automated driving. United Nations ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2021/2/Rev.1 Economic and Social Council Distr.: General 29 June 2022 Original: English ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2021/2/Rev.1 2 Global Forum for Road Traffic Safety (WP.1) resolution on safety considerations for activities other than driving undertaken by drivers when automated driving systems issuing transition demands exercise dynamic control I. (...) Recommendations for manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands and manufacturers of vehicles equipped with automated driving systems issuing transition demands 5. Manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands and manufacturers of vehicles equipped with automated driving systems issuing transition demands should: (a) Ensure that the performance of the automated driving systems is consistent with the above recommendations for automated driving systems throughout the systems’ life cycles; (b) Inform and educate drivers about the safe use and limitations of automated driving systems in vehicles; (c) Refrain from using misleading names, descriptions, or marketing that could encourage improper use of automated driving systems; (d) Implement measures to prevent tampering with and misuse of automated driving systems in order to safeguard road traffic safety; (e) Consider additional measures, including cooperation with Contracting Parties, to ensure the safe use of automated driving systems as these technologies evolve.
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Score: 685364.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...E-TRANS-WP.1-2021-2-Rev.1e.pdf
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Also, NetApp right-sizes drives to make sure drives from different manufacturer's match up to the same number of blocks for the same size. 266 Number of Drives per Shelf 14 Raw space per shelf 3,719 RAID Overhead in GB 531 Spare drive : Spare drive allocated once per filer. (...) Also, NetApp right-sizes drives to make sure drives from different manufacturer's match up to the same number of blocks for the same size. 133 Number of Drives per Shelf 14 Raw space per shelf 1,859 RAID Overhead in GB 266 Spare drive : Spare drive allocated once per filer. (...) Also, NetApp right-sizes drives to make sure drives from different manufacturer's match up to the same number of blocks for the same size. 413 Number of Drives per Shelf 14 Raw space per shelf 5,785 RAID Overhead in GB 826 Spare drive : Spare drive allocated once per filer.
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Score: 684890.04 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...IS_metadata_questionnaire.xlsx
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This document contains WP.1 resolution on “activities other than driving” in the context of automated driving. United Nations ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2021/2/Rev.1 Economic and Social Council Distr.: General 29 June 2022 Original: English ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2021/2/Rev.1 2 Global Forum for Road Traffic Safety (WP.1) resolution on safety considerations for activities other than driving undertaken by drivers when automated driving systems issuing transition demands exercise dynamic control I. (...) Recommendations for manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands and manufacturers of vehicles equipped with automated driving systems issuing transition demands 5. Manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands and manufacturers of vehicles equipped with automated driving systems issuing transition demands should: (a) Ensure that the performance of the automated driving systems is consistent with the above recommendations for automated driving systems throughout the systems’ life cycles; (b) Inform and educate drivers about the safe use and limitations of automated driving systems in vehicles; (c) Refrain from using misleading names, descriptions, or marketing that could encourage improper use of automated driving systems; (d) Implement measures to prevent tampering with and misuse of automated driving systems in order to safeguard road traffic safety; (e) Consider additional measures, including cooperation with Contracting Parties, to ensure the safe use of automated driving systems as these technologies evolve.
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Score: 684298.63 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...E-TRANS-WP.1-2021-2-Rev.1e.pdf
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