on-site


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on-site

adj
taking place at the site of (a job, etc)

on′-site`



adj.
accomplished or located at the site of a particular activity or concern: on-site medical treatment for accident victims.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.on-site - taking place or located at the site; "on-site inspection"
off-site - taking place or located away from the site; "an off-site waste treatment operation"
Translations

on-site

[ˈɒnˌsaɪt] ADJin situ

on-site

adj supervision, maintenance, personnel etcvor Ort
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First, on-site fleet fueling removes the burden of re-fueling from an employee's roster of responsibilities, allowing team members to devote their full shifts to delivering product and driving business forward.
Increasing on-site availability and thus improving access to such long-acting, reversible contraceptive (LARC) methods could reduce rates of unintended pregnancy in the United States, the report stated.
On-site amenities include a full-service, 100-seat restaurant, affording tenants the opportunity to enjoy brick-oven pizza, outdoor seating, and a variety of handmade lunch specials.
With on-site recycling using Rubble Master Compact Recyclers, IHX has increased its recycling rate.
Even though some of these scenarios are unlikely, they can be among the factors companies weight when choosing between on-site and off-site destruction when hiring a document destruction company.
For example, a 3-day Industry on-site may focus primarily on legislation, technology transfer and export controls, licensing requirements, the foreign military sales (FMS) process and the Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA), and Department of Defense acquisition policies.
Nevertheless, selecting an exceptional on-site property management program is vital for all levels of management, from the on-site manager to the property owner.
The one constant in nearly all on-site research is the requirement to investigate response to the specific executional elements, for example: "What about the lighting levels; do they make you feel you have to eat and run, or does it provide a relaxed atmosphere?
03 A review conducted at the reviewer's office or another agreed-upon location can achieve the objectives of an on-site quality review and can be described as such in the reviewer's report provided that (1) the reviewed firm is a sole practitioner with four or fewer professional staff; (2) the sole practitioner holds one or more meetings, by telephone or in person, with the reviewer to discuss the firm's responses to the quality control policies and procedures questionnaire, engagement findings, and the reviewer's conclusions on the review; and (3) in addition to materials outlined in the "Instructions to Firms Having an On-Site Quality Review" (see QRP section 4100.
For the study, researchers systematically searched papers about angioplasties performed at centers with and without on-site surgery; the papers were published between 1990 and 2010 in several medical databases.
Over the past decade, and especially in the last few years, the legislature has created a variety of grant, loan and rebate programs that encourage homeowners and businesses to conserve energy, or to produce and use their own clean energy on-site.
Over the last year, On-Site has expanded from its original base in Washington, D.