postaccident

postaccident

(ˌpəʊstˈæksɪdənt)
adj
occurring after an accident
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An agency is also authorized to test postaccident and reasonable suspicion specimens for any drug classified as Schedule I or II under the Controlled Substances Act [3].
while the postaccident back injury is worth $150, then the defendant
17) As the DJI Phantom 3 can climb to above 19,000 feet, attacks at significant distance from airports could complicate postaccident forensics as debris from that altitude scatters widely.
The NTSB determine the probable cause(s) of this accident to include: "An in-flight loss of control for reasons that could not be determined during postaccident investigation; the loss of control likely occurred during a simulated loss of power in the right engine during an instructional flight.
In an effort to maintain a drug and alcohol free workplace, CCC uses illegal controlled substance and alcohol screening on a pre-employment, reasonable suspicion and postaccident basis.
58) Indeed, under the apparent assumption that Units 3 and 4 could sidestep regulatory oversight once operational, the dissent departed significantly from agency norms for incorporating postaccident procedural changes.
This can be seen clearly in contractual provisions, found in most insurance policies, that require insureds to take all reasonable postaccident steps to mitigate losses or else forfeit coverage.
Yet it is possible, as the hypothetical example illustrates, that the scientist will need to engage in additional, postaccident experimentation to satisfy other patentability requirements.
These workplaces now have a broader understanding of why, for example, urine testing may make the most sense for pre-employment screening while saliva testing may serve as the better option for postaccident evaluation.
It should include fundamentals such as driver recruiting and selection standards; new hire orientation and training; requirements for adherence to local, state and federal laws; ongoing driver assessment and training; postaccident reviews and training; and disciplinary standards.
Last, in a review of 36 cancer registries in Europe for children 0-14 years of age, the risk for leukemia was increased slightly in the postaccident period, but the overall geographical patterns of change uncovered no relation to the estimated exposure to radiation (Parkin et al.