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Despite these differences, analysis of the seven country cases allows for some general conclusions: The employment effects of the trade shocks have been significant in all countries • and large in several of them, underlining the need for policy responses to take into account the trade–employment linkage. (...) In such countries, social dialogue can ensure that losses from negative external shocks are distributed in such a way as to avoid excessive social hardship and minimize long-term negative consequences for growth. (...) Social protection is thus a crucial element of a sustainable system of global trade and contributes to minimizing the negative effects of global volatility.
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Score: 902144.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_150035.pdf
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The CARSAMMA and the GTE Terms of Reference (TOR), as well as GTE/12 conclusions approved by the GREPECAS fast track mechanism, are included in the Appendix A to this working paper. 2.3 The GTE/13 Meeting adopted a new methodology, available to States, to analyse and evaluate LHD reports based on Safety Management System (Conclusion GTE/13-1). (...) Many bilateral meetings have been held in an attempt to minimize or eliminate operational errors that fall within the M and N LHD categories. (...) CONCLUSION GTE/13-2 NEW LHD CODES TABLE That CARSAMMA adopt the new Codes Table agreed worldwide for the Regional Monitoring Agencies that appears in Appendix A to this part of the report and apply it for quantitative assessment (CRM) as of 1 January 2014.
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Score: 899930.6 - https://www.icao.int/SAM/Docum...ECAS/2014-GRP17/GRP17_WP23.pdf
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Mitigation method/Results/Conclusion There is not always an easy solution to the problem. Internal wiring may need to be well screened to minimize RF pickup and/or the use of ferrite rings on telephone cords.
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Score: 899859.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...tigation-part2-merged-E_29.pdf
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The Basel, Rotterdam, Stockholm and Minamata Conventions are multilateral environmental agreements, all of which aim to minimize the adverse effects of chemicals and hazardous wastes on human health and the environment. (...) Appropriate measures to minimize the adverse effects of pesticides and fertilisers are also addressed in the recommendations to combat nutrient imbalance, soil acidification and soil organic carbon loss. (...) INI seeks to ‘ optimize nitrogen’s beneficial role in sustainable food production and minimize nitrogen’s negative effects on human health and the environment resulting from food and energy production ’.
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Score: 899091.7 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb4894en...ine/src/html/chapter-05-6.html
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REVISED TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE ETIR INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM AND IMPLEMENTATION AND TESTS OF THE ETIR MESSAGES
As mentioned in its conclusions, the estimates and forecast in terms of throughput and volume of data are only as good as the various assumptions they are based on. (...) As mentioned in the conclusions of the analysis presented in annex VI.C, ECE shall perform the same analysis six months after the eTIR international system is deployed in production in order to submit to TIB a revision of the above mentioned target values, along with a possible budget proposal. 5. (...) Table 8 Fault tolerance requirements Identifier Description and objective How to fulfil the requirement FT.1 Gracefully handle the failure of a physical server, which can be due to a piece of equipment (CPU, memory, motherboard, HDD, network card, etc.) to avoid the eTIR international system becoming unavailable.
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Score: 898354 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...P.30/GE.1/2021/31/REV.1&Lang=E
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SEVENTEENTH MEETING OF AFI SATELLITE NETWORK MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (SNMC/17) CNMC/5 Appendix B Status of Conclusions related to CNMC/3 Meeting Title Status Implementation Remarks Agenda Item 1: Review of the status of implementation of the Conclusion/Decision of the third meeting of CNMC (CNMC/3) Conclusion 4/01: Implementation of the outstanding Conclusions/Decisions of the third meeting of CNMC (CNMC/3) That: CNMC Members States/Organizations that have not done so, implement the outstanding conclusions/decisions of the third meeting of CNMC as per Appendix B. (...) Still valid ASECNA and Morocco to take appropriate measure to clear out the dysfunction Conclusion 4/05: Reinforcement of the Coordination between Johannesburg and Recife, Johannesburg and Ezeiza That; South Africa provides a technical focal point in order to facilitate the technical coordination between Johannesburg and Recife, Johannesburg and Ezeiza and minimize the failure duration period of AFS (AFTN &ATS/DS) circuits supported by the CAFSAT nodes. (...) Partially Implemented Argentina, Morocco and South Africa to update Conclusion 4/12 Implementation of the CAFSAT node in Luanda That; Angola (ENANA) expedites the completion of the installation of the CAFSAT node in Luanda no later than 31 December 2014 in order to implement the required ATS/DS circuit between Luanda and Recife.
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Score: 895743.5 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...20up%20CNMC4%20Conclusions.pdf
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Microsoft Word - CNMC5 WP 02 en-Follow up CNMC3 Conclusions.docx CNMC/5– WP/02 Appendix Status of Conclusions related to CNMC/3 Meeting Title Status Implementation Remarks Agenda Item 1: Review of the status of implementation of the Conclusion/Decision of the third meeting of CNMC (CNMC/3) Conclusion 4/01: Implementation of the outstanding Conclusions/Decisions of the third meeting of CNMC (CNMC/3) That: CNMC Members States/Organizations that have not done so, implement the outstanding conclusions/decisions of the third meeting of CNMC as per Appendix B. (...) Still valid ASECNA and Morocco to report Conclusion 4/05: Reinforcement of the Coordination between Johannesburg and Recife, Johannesburg and Ezeiza That; South Africa provides a technical focal point in order to facilitate the technical coordination between Johannesburg and Recife, Johannesburg and Ezeiza and minimize the failure duration period of AFS (AFTN &ATS/DS) circuits supported by the CAFSAT nodes. (...) Implemented State to report CNMC/5– WP/02 Conclusion 4/12 Implementation of the CAFSAT node in Luanda That; Angola (ENANA) expedites the completion of the installation of the CAFSAT node in Luanda no later than 31 December 2014 in order to implement the required ATS/DS circuit between Luanda and Recife.
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Score: 895743.5 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...up%20CNMC3%20Conclusions.2.pdf
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Mitigation method/Results/Conclusion There is not always an easy solution to the problem. Internal wiring may need to be well screened to minimize RF pickup and/or the use of ferrite rings on telephone cords.
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Score: 895549.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...gation/WebSearch/page0029.html
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APPENDIX –B1 STATUS OF CONCLUSIONS AND DECISIONS RELATED TO SAT/19 MEETING PERTAINING TO ATM Conclusions and Decisions Implement ation Status Conclusion SAT19/01: Additional Waypoints to increase flexibility between West Africa and North America That: French Guyana, Senegal and Trinidad Tobago implement the proposed new waypoints from IATA (Appendix C, part I SAT 18 Meeting), on the effective AIRAC date of 05 February 2015. Still Valid Conclusion SAT19/02: Contingency Planning That: SAT States: a) Review the Contingency Plan, presented in SAT17 by South Africa, and send comments to Martinc@atns.co.za by 30th November 2014. b) Notify if there is no comments to be provided. (...) (SAT 20) Still Valid New Conclusion 19/13: Mitigation of the loss of Flight Plans That; As a matter of urgency, SAT members who have not done so (Table 2 Appendix H refers): a) Establish no later than 31 October 2014, local Missing Flight Plan Investigation Working Groups involving all stakeholders: ATCs, AIM, COM, Maintenance personnel…, as called upon by SAT/18 (Decision 18/03) and nominate Focal Points responsible of the coordination of the Group activities; b) Implement the procedure for the investigation on missing Flight Plans adopted by SAT/18 (Decision 18/02) (Appendix I refers); and c) Report quarterly to ASECNA, Team leader of Task 3 (Appendix I refers) of the Work Programme of the SAT CNS/WG on the results of the mitigation action taken to minimize the loss of Flight Plans.
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Score: 894696.7 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...ecs%20to%20SAT%2019_%20ATM.pdf
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The paper focuses on the Conclusions related to air navigation. Action by the meeting is at paragraph 3. (...) Accordingly, the DGCA-MID/3 meeting developed a total of Six (6) Conclusions as at Appendix A. Doha Declaration 2.2 Through DGCA-MID/3 Conclusion 3/1, the meeting endorsed the Declaration on Aviation Safety and Air Navigation in the MID Region “Doha Declaration”, as at Appendix B, which was developed taking into consideration the MID Region Air Navigation and Safety Strategies and the Montréal Declaration on Planning for Aviation Safety Improvement (February 2015). (...) Implement the Conclusion ICAO States State Letter Feedback Jun. 2015 Dec. 2015 - END - MID15-WP3 - Outcome of DGCA-MID3 MID15-WP3 -App A Follow-up DGCA-MID3 Conc. upd
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Score: 893609 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...15/Working%20Papers/WP%203.pdf
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