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Suggested Activities to report for COEs | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us Explore our enhanced library Designed to help you find the resources you need to take the next step on your sustainability journey. Back to Listings Resource Author United Nations Global Compact Report (2014) Suggested Activities to report for COEs Resource Author United Nations Global Compact Consult a list of suggested activities by type of organization available in multiple languages. Access Resource Suggested activities to report for COEs (Arabic) Suggested activities to report for COEs (Chinese-Mandarin) Suggested activities to report for COEs (English) Suggested activities to report for COEs (French) Suggested activities to report for COEs (Japanese) Suggested activities to report for COEs (Portuguese) Suggested activities to report for COEs (Russian) Suggested activities to report for COEs (Spanish) Suggested activities to report for COEs (Turkish) Suggested activities to report for COEs (Korean) Suggested activities to report for COEs (German) Resource Details Topics Communication on Engagement Issues Communication on Progress Reporting Share Resource Mail Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Help us transform the world through business Contribute Today Sign Up for Our Bulletin Have a Question?
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Score: 560897.4 - https://www.unglobalcompact.org/library/2951
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Items highlighted in red are suggested additional items to SOP template 2. SOP template to be re-arranged based on sequence of flight phases Item Appendix 1 of SOP Template Remarks 1 Policy / SOP philosophy Suggested additional topic 2 Organization of the manual Format and terminology Suggested additional topic Revision procedures / Revision record / List of effective pages 3 Captain’s authority 4 Task sharing and responsibilities Responsibilities of PF / PM Suggested additional topic Transfer of control Configuration changes Monitoring and cross-checking 5 Use of automation The operator’s automation philosophy Reminder of complacency awareness Specific guidance in selection of appropriate levels of automation Autopilot/flight director mode control inputs Flight Management Systems inputs Calls and cross-check Suggested additional topic Manual flight procedures 6 Checklist philosophy Policies and procedures (Who calls for; who reads; who does); Checklist interruptions; Checklist Page 2/10 ambiguity; Checklist couplings; Checklist training Use of checklist – a mandate Suggested additional topic Format and terminology Type of checklist (Challenge-Do-Verity; Do-Verify) Walk-arounds 7 Checklists Safety check – power on Originating/receiving Before start After start Before taxi Before take-off After take-off Climb check Cruise check Preliminary landing Landing After landing Parking and securing Emergency procedures Non-normal/abnormal procedures 8 Communications PF / PM responsibilities in handling radios Suggested additional topic Handling of ATC clearance Radio procedures and terminology Primary language used (ATC; on the flight deck) Keeping both pilots in the loop Company radio procedures Flight deck/cabin signals Cabin/flight deck signals Flight deck/ground communication Suggested additional topic Page 3/10 9 Briefings CFIT risk considered Special airport qualifications considered Weather / Alternate considered Suggested additional topic Fuel considered Navigation aids considered Temperature corrections considered Before takeoff Descent/approach/missed approach Approach briefing general done prior to beginning of descent Flight deck access On ground/in flight Jumpseat Access signals, keys 10 Flight deck discipline Sterile cockpit Maintaining outside vigilance Monitoring/Cross checking Transfer of Control Additional duties Flight kits Headsets/speakers Boom mikes/handsets Maps/approach charts 11 Altitude awareness Altimeter settings Transition level Callout (verification of) ATC clearances and communication procedures Suggested additional topic Minimum safe altitudes (MSA) Page 4/10 Altitude restrictions, if any Suggested additional topic Temperature corrections Metric – feet conversion Suggested additional topic Monitoring during last 1000 feet of altitude change 12 Terrain Awareness Brief terrain altitude Suggested additional topic Threat assessment to determine altitude which provide terrain clearance Consideration factors include 25nm MSA from SID/STAR/Approach plate, terrain outside 25nm MSA coverage, TAA, MRA, Grid MORA, minimum vectoring altitudes when under radar control Terrain display to enhance situation awareness Rate of descent when in close proximity to terrain Questioning of ATC instruction in conflict with terrain clearance 13 Report times Check in/show up On flight deck Checklist accomplishment 14 Maintenance procedures Logbooks/previous write-ups Open write-ups Notification to maintenance of write-ups Minimum equipment list (MEL) Where it is accessible Configuration Deviation List (CDL) Page 5/10 Crew coordination in ground de-icing 15 Flight plans/dispatch procedures VFR/IFR Icing considerations Fuel loads Weather package Where weather package is available Departure procedure climb gradient analysis 16 Weight & balance/cargo loading Who is responsible for loading cargo, and securing cargo Who prepares the weight & balance data form; who checks it Dangerous Goods considerations and notification to crew Suggested additional topic Copy to crew 17 Boarding passengers/cargo Carry-on baggage Exit row seating Hazardous materials Handling of unruly passengers Suggested additional topic Prisoners/escorted persons Guns onboard Count/load 18 Pushback Startup and pushback clearance Suggested additional topic Nose wheel steering deactivation pin Use of reverse thrust not permitted Fuel and loadsheet check Take-off conditions Flight deck/ground Page 6/10 communication 19 Taxiing All engines running Less than all engines running On ice or snow or heavy rain Low visibility PF / PM communication and confirmation of taxi route Suggested additional topic Maintain good lookout Prevention of runway incursion / crossing runways Correct runway and departure point positively identified and confirmed by both pilots Suggested additional topic 20 Flight desk/cabin crew interchange Boarding Ready to taxi Cabin emergency Prior to take-off/landing 21 Take-off PF/PM duties and responsibilities Suggested amendment Who conducts it? Standard calls for take-off Suggested additional topic Briefing, IFR/VFR Reduced, power procedures Takeoff with Tailwind, runway clutter Suggested amendment Noise abatement procedures Special departure procedures Flight directors (Use of: Yes/No) Callouts Clean up Loss of engine (Transfer of controls – if appropriate, Rejected take-off, After V1, Page 7/10 Actions/callouts) Flap settings (Normal; Nonstandard and reason for Crosswind) Close-in turns 22 Climb Speed Configuration Standard calls during climb Suggested additional topic Confirm compliance with climb gradient required in departure procedure Confirm appropriate temperature corrections made Suggested amendment 23 Cruise Altitude selection Suggested additional topic Navigation monitored, check track / distance of next waypoint Speeds/weights Weather / wind considered Fuel checks 24 Position reports/pilot weather reports ATC – including pilot report of hazards such as icings, thunderstorms and turbulence Company 25 Holding procedures Procedures for diversions to alternate 26 Normal descents Planning and discussing prior to beginning of descent point Risk assessment and briefing Standard calls during descent Suggested additional topic Altimeter baro reference Page 8/10 Descent profile Miles to touchdown and height to lose Procedural restrictions considered Preceding / following traffic considered Speedbrakes: Yes/No Flaps/gear use Icing considerations Weather considerations and Convective activity Suggested amendment 27 Approach philosophy Monitoring during approaches Precision / Non-precision approaches Suggested amendment Stabilized approaches standard Landing configuration / track / speed achieved Suggested additional topic Stabilised approach call / cross-check Use of navigation aids Flight management system (FMS)/autopilot Use, and when to discontinue use Approach gates Limits for stabilized approaches Use of radio altimeter Go-around: Plan to go around; change plan to land when visual, if stabilized 28 Individual approach type All types, including engine-out 29 For each type of approach Profile Airplane configuration for conditions (Visual Approach; Low Page 9/10 visibility; Contaminated runway) Flap/gear extension Auto spoiler and auto brake systems armed and confirmed / armed by both pilots, in accordance with manufacturers recommended procedures (or equivalent approved company procedures) Procedures Actions and Callouts 30 Go-around / missed approach When stabilized approach gates are missed Procedure – Actions and Callouts TOGA thrust Yes or no Suggested additional topic Clean-up profile 31 Landing Actions and callouts during landing Close-in turns Crosswind Contaminated runway Suggested additional topic Landing performance Rejected Actions and Callouts during rollout Transfer of control after first officer landing 32 Supplementary Topics Crew resource management (CRM) Some suggested additional topic Ground proximity warning system (GPWS or TAWS) TCAS RVSM RNP Page 10/10 Adverse weather Windshear Icing Protection
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Score: 559210.55 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...mplate_HKCAD%20suggestions.pdf
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In this regard, FAO suggests to include a reference to climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies in paragraph 4.iv and to add another paragraph on the lack of decent employment opportunities and limited access to social protection in rural areas (see footnote for the suggested wording)1. (...) FAO suggests to add reference to internal migration. Most of the time migration is a step-wise process and internal and international migration are interconnected. (...) Section 5, paragraph xiii explicitly mentions investment in data collection, including in sex and age- disaggregated data. FAO suggests adding focus also on areas of origin (See suggested text in the footnote) 2.
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Score: 551905.27 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../07July2016/FAO_07July2016.pdf
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Based on consultations with the NHC on the possible ILO technical contribution, the ILO has provided the NHC its comments and suggestions on the revision of this law. The comments and suggestions are mainly based on the principles and requirements embodied in Occupational Safety and Health Convention, 1981 (No. 155) and its Recommendation (No. 164), Occupational Health Services Convention, 1985 (No. 161) and its Recommendation (No. 171), and other relevant ILO Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Conventions and Recommendations. The comments and suggestions are divided into two parts, “general comments and suggestions” and “specific comments and suggestions". (...) These comments and suggestions could also provide useful reference for those who work in the area of OSH, including social partners, experts, researchers, practioners, and the wider public in China.
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Score: 551248.2 - www.ilo.org/beijing/wha...WCMS_809013/lang--en/index.htm
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Based on consultations with the NHC on the possible ILO technical contribution, the ILO has provided the NHC its comments and suggestions on the revision of this law. The comments and suggestions are mainly based on the principles and requirements embodied in Occupational Safety and Health Convention, 1981 (No. 155) and its Recommendation (No. 164), Occupational Health Services Convention, 1985 (No. 161) and its Recommendation (No. 171), and other relevant ILO Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Conventions and Recommendations. The comments and suggestions are divided into two parts, “general comments and suggestions” and “specific comments and suggestions". (...) These comments and suggestions could also provide useful reference for those who work in the area of OSH, including social partners, experts, researchers, practioners, and the wider public in China.
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Score: 551248.2 - https://www.ilo.org/beijing/wh...WCMS_809013/lang--en/index.htm
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Therefore, the Panel suggested that the United States repeal the WTO-inconsistent measures.35 34. (...) We decline however to suggest that Pakistan refund the anti-dumping duties already paid."45 1.2.2.3 Cases in which panels declined to make suggestions 42. (...) In Korea – Certain Paper, the Panel declined to make suggestions regar
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Score: 550557.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ons_e/ai17_e/dsu_art19_jur.pdf
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Government Are there any suggestions that you wish to make in respect of the proposed themes, questions and indicators which are included in the framework as it stands? Yes Are there any suggestions that you wish to make in respect of the proposed themes, questions and indicators which are included in the framework as it stands? (...) : The volume of Internet traffic in fixed broadband packets is estimated in bytes. 2. Suggestions: ■ Theme F – Capabilities and competencies: o Suggest to add two questions: ■ Does the pedagogic curriculum include the teachers training program to give them the ability to use the tele-training system?
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Score: 548796.14 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ault/files/ui_c2_en_sub045.pdf
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Costa Rica. Agrees with both suggestions of the Office. Czech Republic. Agrees with both suggestions of the Office. (...) Lithuania. Agrees with both suggestions of the Office. Mauritius. Agrees with both suggestions of the Office. (...) New Zealand. Agrees with both suggestions of the Office. Nicaragua. Agrees with both suggestions of the Office.
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Score: 548576.86 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...lm/ilc/ilc92/pdf/rep-iv-2a.pdf
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. • Also, to ensure an intersectional and inclusive language “Women and girls in all their diversity” could be integrated in the text. • We suggest using the term sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) in lieu of gender-based violence (GBV). (...) We suggest highlighting some of the gaps in the analysis of women’s time, labour and capacity in agriculture and adding this issue as ‘policy areas for discussion’ under section 3.4. (...) We suggest highlighting some of the gaps in the analysis of women’s time, labour and capacity in agriculture and to add this issue as ‘policy areas for discussion’. 3 Section 3.5 “Access to and control over natural and productive resources” • We suggest including more analysis of the additional caloric needs for women to engage in a new high labour value chain or food system activity.
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Score: 548307.23 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s2021/gender/210705/CANADA.pdf
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PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 4 3.1 Definitions 3.1.1 New suggested definition. It is suggested that a definition is necessary to properly assign responsibility when dealing with air waybills and the cargo declaration. (...) It is suggested that an expansion of this Recommended Practice to encourage Contracting States to reduce documentary requirements would be advantageous. (...) The value added by the 4th indent to this provision is queried and its deletion suggested. Unless the provision addresses the terminology used i.e.
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Score: 545984.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Documents/Falp3_2001/wp14e.pdf
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