proactive measures

proactive measures

In antiterrorism, measures taken in the preventive stage of antiterrorism designed to harden targets and detect actions before they occur.
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On October 28, Environmental Compliance Manager Mark Neal and Senior Project Manager James Barry will present Proactive Measures Taken to Prepare Facilities for Regulatory Inspections.
New requirements under FIPA include a shorter timeline to notify affected individuals, an expanded definition of "personal information," its application to "covered entities," a mandatory notice to the Florida Attorney General and production of proactive measures, third-party vendor notification, and the ability for Florida's Department of Legal Affairs to bring an action under the Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices statute for any violations of Florida's new law.
He urged the public representatives and ulema to come forward and to create awareness among general public against the menace of fatal diseases and brief people regarding proactive measures of critical diseases.
EPA Region 7 Administrator Karl Brooks said, "The city of Plattsburg recognized the need for drinking water improvements and is taking proactive measures to provide safe drinking water now and in the future.
The industry minister said global developments would naturally have a partial impact on Turkey, however Turkey could take proactive measures, broaden domestic market opportunities.
The significant year-on-year decrease in expenses reflected proactive measures taken in 2009 to align the cost base with the bank's business model.
TIM Beaumont (ECHO March 12) claims that the Labour party is taking proactive measures in relation to dangerous dogs.
Summary: DUBAI u The UAE has weathered the storm of the international financial crisis, thanks to the proactive measures taken by the government to mitigate its impact on economy and banks, Shaikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, affirmed C on Wednesday.
More schools need to engage in proactive measures to discourage bullying and anti-social behaviour.
The Island was awarded the honor in recognition of their longstanding commitment and leadership role in marine conservation and for their proactive measures in protecting the marine environment.
After 20 years of sobriety Robin Williams found himself drinking again and has decided to take proactive measures to deal with this for his own well-being and the well-being of his family," Ms Buxbaum said.
A number of current examples charts these moves, from the tendency to profile suspicious behaviors to instigating proactive measures rather than reactive responses.