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Brennan) SUMMARY Part 8; Table 8-1 states that the lithium battery can be removed from a lithium battery-powered mobility aid and this working paper seeks clarification on the number of lithium batteries that can be removed and carried by passengers. (...) The lithium battery must be removed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions when the mobility aid does not provide adequate protection to the battery. 1.2 At the Twenty-Third Meeting of the Dangerous Goods Panel (DGP/23, 11 to 21 October 2011), it was discussed and agreed that some new designs of mobility aids required the lithium ion battery to be removed from the device and the removed battery was permitted to have a maximum Watt-hour rating of 300 Wh (see paragraph 5.1.8 of the DGP/23 Report). (...) Spare batteries must be carried in the cabin. 1.6 This change resulted in questions from the industry on whether more than one lithium ion battery can be removed from the mobility aids or not. Furthermore, there is an ambiguity of the Watt-hour rating limit applicable to the removed batteries if the mobility aid is powered by more than one lithium ion battery and the batteries need to be removed in accordance with the Technical Instructions. 2.
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Score: 506476 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG21/DGPWG.21.WP.005.2.en.pdf
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Second, carbon dioxide removal is essential if the world is to achieve its universally agreed sustainable development goals. (...) Enhancing governance of carbon dioxide removal could provide an excellent opportunity to focus and align regional and international efforts to attain global circular carbon economy. By working together, carbon dioxide removal has the potential to become a critical component of viable climate policy options for regions now and in the decades to come.
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Score: 505933.1 - https://unece.org/media/news/360184
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Technical measures for the prevention of crimes COST OF CYBERCRIME Picture removed in print version CYBERCRIME Page: 9 DAMAGE •! (...) Accuracy of the surveys is uncertain COST OF CYBERCRIME Picture removed in print version CYBERCRIME Page: 10 COST OF LEA •! (...) Necessary procedural instruments ITU GUIDE! Picture removed in print version CYBERCRIME Page: 15 ITU GUIDE!
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Score: 505433 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/...ybercrime-brisbane-july-08.pdf
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Microsoft Word - METP-WG-MOG-1.WP.3 en Removal Last 18Hours Data File.docx (3 pages) METP-WG-MOG-1.WP.3 en Removal Last 18Hours Data File.docx MEETING OF THE METEOROLOGY PANEL (METP) WORKING GROUP MOG FIRST MEETING Gatwick, London, United Kingdom, 8 to 11 September 2015 Agenda Item 3: Matters relating to SADIS 3.4: Development of the SADIS under METP and WGs PROPOSAL TO REMOVE THE LAST 18 HOURS DATAFILE FROM SECURE SADIS FTP (Presented by the SADIS Provider State) SUMMARY This working paper seeks endorsement to remove the 'LAST_18_HOURS_DATA' datafile from Secure SADIS FTP. (...) INTRODUCTION 1.1 This working paper seeks endorsement to remove the ' LAST_18_HOURS_DATA ' datafile from Secure SADIS FTP. 2. (...) This will give sufficient notice to those users who – on the evidence – access this data on rare occasions. 4. CONCLUSION 4.1 Removal of the ' LAST_18_HOURS_DATA' file from Secure SADIS FTP. 4.1.1 In light of the foregoing information the meeting is invited to formulate the following draft Conclusion; Conclusion 1/xx Removal of the ' LAST_18_HOURS_DATA' file from Secure SADIS FTP That, the SADIS Provider be invited to remove the 'LAST_18_HOURS_DATA' file from Secure SADIS FTP, to be effective 1200 UTC 12 August 2016.
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Score: 504752.7 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...val_Last_18Hours_Data_File.pdf
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Specifically, any restrictions on entry, stay, residence and work that are based on HIV status only should be removed. Please let me elaborate on these two points. (...) Over the years, the international community has called for the removal of these outdated and discriminatory restrictions, and some progress has been made. Nine countries have removed them since 2010: Armenia, China, Fiji, Mongolia, Namibia, Republic of Korea, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and the United States of America.
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Score: 504503.9 - https://www.un.org/development...ndesa_pd_2013_cpd46_unaids.pdf
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Second, carbon dioxide removal is essential if the world is to achieve its universally agreed sustainable development goals. (...) Enhancing governance of carbon dioxide removal could provide an excellent opportunity to focus and align regional and international efforts to attain global circular carbon economy. By working together, carbon dioxide removal has the potential to become a critical component of viable climate policy options for regions now and in the decades to come.
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Score: 504206.6 - https://unece.org/media/Sustainable-Energy/news/360184
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Second, carbon dioxide removal is essential if the world is to achieve its universally agreed sustainable development goals. (...) Enhancing governance of carbon dioxide removal could provide an excellent opportunity to focus and align regional and international efforts to attain global circular carbon economy. By working together, carbon dioxide removal has the potential to become a critical component of viable climate policy options for regions now and in the decades to come.
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Score: 504206.6 - https://unece.org/media/Circular-Economy/news/360184
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The removal process is effective to reduce unnecessary MVPs in CS. (...) The signaling bits to notify decoder of selected OMVP are accordingly defined only for the reduced set of MVP candidates after invalid MVPs are removed in CS as shown in Fig. 4. The removal process is same as AMVP (illustrated in Fig. 2) before reaching the condition that checks the tie situation. (...) Page: 5 Date Saved: 2010-10-02 _1347483951.vsd Removal process Rate(A) Remove the MVP candidate in a CS Yes Maintain the MVP candidate in a CS No A=MVD candidate , B=current MVD _1347484601.vsd Removal process Rate(A) Index of MVP mapped to A A=MVD candidate , B=current MVD Remove the MVP candidate in a CS Yes No _1347393164.vsd Current Pic.
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Score: 504154.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a..._10_C_Guangzhou/JCTVC-C133.doc
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Brennan) SUMMARY This working paper proposes revision to the provisions related to mobility aids powered by batteries in Table 8-1 to include the condition of when the batteries must be removed. Action by the DGP-WG is in paragraph 2. 1. (...) The proposal was agreed with amendments and Part 7;2.13 was introduced into the 2019-2020 Edition of the Technical Instructions. 1.2 One of the provisions that was moved from Table 8-1 to Part 7;2.13 is the condition of when the battery(ies) must be removed. Operators can assist in removing the battery(ies) from the battery- powered mobility aids, but removing the battery(ies) in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions should not be solely considered as the responsibility of the operators, especially when it is not mandatory to provide the instructions to the operators. Furthermore, even in Part 7;2.13, the operator’s responsibility is to verify that the battery(ies) are either securely attached to the mobility aid or removed but not necessarily securing the battery(ies) or removing them, and the relevant actions have to take place prior to be able to verify.
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Score: 503853.12 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG21/DGPWG.21.WP.009.1.en.pdf
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Carrara) SUMMARY This working paper invites the DGP-WG to discuss the need for possible clarification of a requirement to remove or cover labels which do not relate to the contents of a package. (...) International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/17-WP/29 23/3/17 DGP-WG/17-WP/29 - 2 - 1.3 Removal of information that causes wrong identification regarding the content during transport is found in other requirements in Technical Instructions: a) identification tag — Part 7;2.8.5 requires that the identification tag must be removed from the unit load device (ULD) immediately after the dangerous goods have been unloaded. b) placards — Part 5;3.6.1.1 requires any placards which do not relate to the contents to be removed. c) marks and labels of Division 6.2 — Packing Instruction 620 requires the removal or obliteration of any label or marking indicating an empty packaging contained an infectious substance but that had been disinfected or sterilized to nullify any hazard. 1.4 Considering the above, this proposal suggests removing the last phrase of Part 5;3.2.6 and reallocating it to an independent requirement of 3.2 that refers to the application of labels so it would not be restricted only to radioactive materials. 1.5 An amendment is needed to emphasize that not only hazard labels but also handling labels, except for package orientation labels (Figure 5-29), should be removed or covered when the label does not relate to the contents. 2. (...) Any labels which do not relate to the contents must be removed or covered. 3.2.7 Any class hazard label and handling label which does not relate to the contents must be removed or covered, except for package orientation labels (Figure 5-29). 3.2.78 Intermediate bulk containers must comply with the labelling requirements applicable to other packagings, except that intermediate bulk containers of more than 450 L capacity must be labelled on two opposite sides.
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Score: 503579.74 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG17/DGPWG.17.WP.029.2.en.pdf
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