reinspection

reinspection

(ˌriːɪnˈspɛkʃən)
n
the act or process of reinspecting
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Insisting that it has the required activities, HARI requested for a reinspection.
After the reinspection by Marina from July 26 to 28, 2017, and the evaluation of the compliance documents submitted by NMP on October 12, 2017, NMP's application was approved under Provisional Authority, valid for six months effective on December 27, 2017.
Achaogen (AKAO) announced that the Food and Drug Administration has classified the outcome of its fourth quarter 2017 reinspection of Pfizer's (PFE) McPherson facility as Voluntary Action Indicated, or VAI.
The CAPAs will be confirmed during reinspection, which will be completed as part of the regulatory review process.
This means it must detail how it can significantly improve ahead of a reinspection in six months' time or face losing its registration to run the service.
A new hygiene rating is imminent from a reinspection following a one-star score almost two years ago on January 18, 2016.
The CQC reveals it brought its reinspection forward following complaints from the public or "stakeholders" - potentially nurses or carers who have worked there as temporary staff.
Following the completion of the works, the school and the local authority have arranged for a reinspection in the next few weeks.
It has been a long four months waiting for a reinspection but now that we have our five star rating, we have a new lease of life and customers and families can eat here confident that everything they see has been cooked and prepared with the highest possible hygiene standards.
But Mr Rahman maintained that he was ready for reinspection after quickly rectifying the points that were raised in the report.
He said MRTC's steel products underwent thorough inspection and reinspection by DTI Region 3 officials.
Manager Sabrine Akhtar said FSA inspectors visited when plumbing work was being undertaken and they had since invited back the officers for a reinspection.