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CRB

abbreviation for
(in Britain) Criminal Records Bureau
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Maintaining order and cleanliness in the CRB Lagisza residential building in Bedzin Street.
The certification process involves OEMs applying to the CRB for their device to be certified.
The move will allow CRB to grow from its existing footprint of 4,000 sq ft to 7,000 sq ft, with additional space for future expansion.
According to service rules, one should have about two years to serve in the Railway Board, be it as the CRB or as Member and CRB together," says a senior board official.
However, members of the democratic services committee opted to amend the recommendation, stating: "The council believes it's important that all councillors are CRB checked.
We will now, of course, work with the CRB, and its new partner, to enable the smooth transfer of the service.
What makes CRB, the world's second oldest peptide company, stand out from competitors, is that they make bespoke products, entirely determined by customers' needs, rather than just provide off-the-shelf solutions.
Mr Andain added: "Twice when I was a headteacher I offered jobs to teachers who had not disclosed any criminal record, who were flagged up by the CRB.
At a meeting between the committee and the Vale of Glamorgan Taxi Association, association member Mike Moore said: "It is a matter of concern that there is a taxi driver working in the Vale of Glamorgan without a current CRB check.
A pioneer in the region, CRB was established as the Dubai Ethics Centre in 2004 to promote decent and conscientious business practices in Dubai.
Due to the geographic spread of Arriva and its routes, drivers employed at Bangor depot alone would need to have three separate CRB checks undertaken to operate routes in Anglesey, Conwy and Gwynedd.
The rethink appears to flow from a realisation that there is less duplication in the work done by the CRB and the ISA than previously thought.