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In some cases, it may be necessary to carry out more frequent inspections, e.g. following initial installation. (...) It has been shown that equipment reliability may be adversely affected by frequently scheduled major maintenance activity. It is, therefore, desirable to limit such activity to essential testing only, particularly for tests that require the disconnection of cables. (...) Typical requirements include functionally similar training for personnel, appropriate calibrated test equipment, completion of all prescribed ground maintenance tasks, availability of commissioning reports and recent periodic inspection reports, and frequent use of measurement skills by both ground and airborne personnel. 1.15.12 Techniques.
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Score: 1023287.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO...very%20phase_V2.1_Appendix.pdf
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In some cases, it may be necessary to carry out more frequent inspections, e.g. following initial installation. (...) It has been shown that equipment reliability may be adversely affected by frequently scheduled major maintenance activity. It is, therefore, desirable to limit such activity to essential testing only, particularly for tests that require the disconnection of cables. (...) Typical requirements include functionally similar training for personnel, appropriate calibrated test equipment, completion of all prescribed ground maintenance tasks, availability of commissioning reports and recent periodic inspection reports, and frequent use of measurement skills by both ground and airborne personnel.   1.15.12       Techniques.
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Score: 1006174 - https://www.icao.int/safety/OP.../Excerpts-from-the-manual.aspx
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 Page 31 - U4SSC Simple ways to be smart           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 31 - U4SSC Simple ways to be smart P. 31 • Maintenance records for each vehicle that can be used to assess the best preventative maintenance procedures. • Tracking of vehicle expenses and budget controls. • Automatic notification of planned maintenance and replacement, according to policy. • The allocation of vehicles to departments and drivers. • Route planning and optimisation. • Sensors and geo-location for real-time tracking of vehicles, recording parameters such as fuel consumption, speed, acceleration and deceleration, location and routes, and time in use. • Event or incident management for responses that involve multiple vehicles. • Monitoring of vehicle location to identify theft or misuse. • Data analysis to evaluate vehicle and supplier reliability over time, as well as service effectiveness and efficiency. • Dashboard to monitor progress against fleet management goals. (...) The data can be used to improve services. For example, maintenance records can show which vehicle makes are less likely to suffer breakdowns and purchasing policies can be updated accordingly. Data on vehicle routes can be used to improve public transport by offering more or less frequent services. Technologies required to implement fleet management systems are readily available and inexpensive.
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Score: 1002183.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...t/files/basic-html/page31.html
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Items relating to the maintenance of international peace and security. A. (...) The maintenance of international peace and security 43. (...) Relationship between the United Nations and regional organizations, in particular the African Union, in the maintenance of international peace and security D. The role of regional and subregional organizations in the maintenance of international peace and security 50.
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Score: 989549.9 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...4-2007-chapter-viii-repertoire
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There will also be regional differences: storms in some areas may become more powerful and more frequent, while in others they may only become more powerful. (...) Potential Effects  Storms may damage or destroy infrastructure, and disrupt Air Traffic Management (ATM) operations.  Storms and extreme winds can impact airport and air traffic operations, affect en-route and airport capacity and even lead to runway closure.  The local effects of storms can also cause network-wide effects as loss of capacity at one airport can impact the airspace system as a whole.  Access to ground transportation to and from airport facilities may be impacted.  Impacts on aircraft from storms may increase maintenance requirements and costs.  Storm surges can damage or cause inundation of infrastructure and ground transport access (see sea-level rise fact sheet).  Operational costs may also increase across the aviation sector.  As global temperatures increase, lightning strikes are projected to increase causing aircraft and other aviation infrastructure to require more frequent maintenance checks and repair.
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Score: 970973.5 - https://www.icao.int/environme...ts/Aviation%20and%20Storms.pdf
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Geospatial mandates | Geospatial, location information for a better world Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Geospatial, location information for a better world Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Maps & Geoservices General maps Web-services Thematic areas Earth observation and imagery Archives Geospatial mandates Experts from States Security Council Leadership Secretariat services Specialized agencies Public Programmes & Partnerships About Who we are What we do History Evolving technologies Frequently asked questions Home Geospatial mandates Geospatial mandates Ninth session of the UN Committee of Expert on Global Geospatial Information Management (UN-GGIM) Hunger Map prepared by the World Food Programme Former Secretary-General explores the map of the Blue Line Jordan briefing the Security Council with maps Map of the World showing dependent territories Former Secretary-General reviews the map detailing deployment location of UNEF Tweets by UNGGIM Experts from States Committees and groups of experts have been established in the United Nations as intergovernmental mechanisms to consider how geography and geospatial information can address global challenges and set directions, policies, norms and methods in this domain. (...) Security Council The Security Council has primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security. Geospatial information informs consultations, discussions and proceedings of the Security Council and supports Sanctions Committees and Panels of Experts.
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Score: 969804.4 - https://www.un.org/geospatial/mandates
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FAO: Frequently procured Goods and Services english français Español FAO Home About FAO procurement Doing Business with FAO Bidding Opportunities Ethics Code of Conduct Frequently Asked Questions Vendor Registration Frequently procured Goods and Services Statistics from 2010 - 2022 Contact Information FAO Procurement   Frequently procured Goods and Services FAO procures a large variety of goods, works and services to support Organization’s mandate to fight world hunger. The most frequently procured goods include: Basic Chemicals (fertilizers and pesticides) Agricultural produce (seeds, crop, vegetable, seedlings, plantlets) Special purpose machinery (agricultural machinery, tractors, spraying devices, irrigation equipment) Transport equipment Office and IT equipment Medical appliances, precision and optical instruments (laboratory equipment) Veterinary pharmaceutical products and vaccines Grain mill products / starches and starch products (fish food, feed for livestock and poultry) Chemical products, man-made fibres, rubber and plastics Live animals and animal products Fabricated metal products, machinery & equipment (small agricultural implements, hoes, picks, etc.) Commonly procured services include: Repair and maintenance services Information technology Transportation, storage and materials handling Communications Architecture, engineering, construction and other technical services Trade services, business services, surveys and studies Training Insurance     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 967683 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/proc...iensetserviceslesplusconce/vn/
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FAO: Frequently procured Goods and Services english français Español FAO Home About FAO procurement Doing Business with FAO Bidding Opportunities Ethics Code of Conduct Frequently Asked Questions Vendor Registration Frequently procured Goods and Services Statistics from 2010 - 2022 Contact Information FAO Procurement   Frequently procured Goods and Services FAO procures a large variety of goods, works and services to support Organization’s mandate to fight world hunger. The most frequently procured goods include: Basic Chemicals (fertilizers and pesticides) Agricultural produce (seeds, crop, vegetable, seedlings, plantlets) Special purpose machinery (agricultural machinery, tractors, spraying devices, irrigation equipment) Transport equipment Office and IT equipment Medical appliances, precision and optical instruments (laboratory equipment) Veterinary pharmaceutical products and vaccines Grain mill products / starches and starch products (fish food, feed for livestock and poultry) Chemical products, man-made fibres, rubber and plastics Live animals and animal products Fabricated metal products, machinery & equipment (small agricultural implements, hoes, picks, etc.) Commonly procured services include: Repair and maintenance services Information technology Transportation, storage and materials handling Communications Architecture, engineering, construction and other technical services Trade services, business services, surveys and studies Training Insurance     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 967683 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/proc...iensetserviceslesplusconce/mk/
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FAO: Frequently procured Goods and Services english français Español FAO Home About FAO procurement Doing Business with FAO Bidding Opportunities Ethics Code of Conduct Frequently Asked Questions Vendor Registration Frequently procured Goods and Services Statistics from 2010 - 2022 Contact Information FAO Procurement   Frequently procured Goods and Services FAO procures a large variety of goods, works and services to support Organization’s mandate to fight world hunger. The most frequently procured goods include: Basic Chemicals (fertilizers and pesticides) Agricultural produce (seeds, crop, vegetable, seedlings, plantlets) Special purpose machinery (agricultural machinery, tractors, spraying devices, irrigation equipment) Transport equipment Office and IT equipment Medical appliances, precision and optical instruments (laboratory equipment) Veterinary pharmaceutical products and vaccines Grain mill products / starches and starch products (fish food, feed for livestock and poultry) Chemical products, man-made fibres, rubber and plastics Live animals and animal products Fabricated metal products, machinery & equipment (small agricultural implements, hoes, picks, etc.) Commonly procured services include: Repair and maintenance services Information technology Transportation, storage and materials handling Communications Architecture, engineering, construction and other technical services Trade services, business services, surveys and studies Training Insurance     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 967683 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/proc...iensetserviceslesplusconce/si/
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FAO: Frequently procured Goods and Services english français Português Español FAO Home About FAO procurement Doing Business with FAO Bidding Opportunities Ethics Code of Conduct Frequently Asked Questions Vendor Registration Frequently procured Goods and Services Statistics from 2010 - 2022 Contact Information FAO Procurement   Frequently procured Goods and Services FAO procures a large variety of goods, works and services to support Organization’s mandate to fight world hunger. The most frequently procured goods include: Basic Chemicals (fertilizers and pesticides) Agricultural produce (seeds, crop, vegetable, seedlings, plantlets) Special purpose machinery (agricultural machinery, tractors, spraying devices, irrigation equipment) Transport equipment Office and IT equipment Medical appliances, precision and optical instruments (laboratory equipment) Veterinary pharmaceutical products and vaccines Grain mill products / starches and starch products (fish food, feed for livestock and poultry) Chemical products, man-made fibres, rubber and plastics Live animals and animal products Fabricated metal products, machinery & equipment (small agricultural implements, hoes, picks, etc.) Commonly procured services include: Repair and maintenance services Information technology Transportation, storage and materials handling Communications Architecture, engineering, construction and other technical services Trade services, business services, surveys and studies Training Insurance     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 967683 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/proc...iensetserviceslesplusconce/pt/
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