color code

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Noun1.color code - system using colors to designate classifications
code - a coding system used for transmitting messages requiring brevity or secrecy
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"The point of the color coding is to basically create an expectation on what will be the Comelec's response, including the augmentation of forces," Jimenez said.
While there are no federal or state regulations in place specifically for color-coded tools, the FDA has developed HACCP procedures that recommend the use of color coding on items such as employee smocks, containers, tools, cleaning equipment and utensils.
Targeting anyone involved in teaching young people with autism, Devine aims to sort out the jumble of information autistic children have to deal with in a manner that promotes the achievement of fulfilment and future independence with her resource book for home and school using color coding and color-coded symbols.
Here, the thesis draws on a number of sources from other celebrated researchers to expand on theory of color coding. On the basis of the results of this research, it can be concluded a student's affect does decrease when provided a color coded writing formula, while revealing some colors negatively affect a student's confidence when writing.
Surg-I-Band Data Matrix Color Coding Barcode from Scanlan International offers hospitals a system to organize and track surgical instrumentation and devices.
An increasing portion of the cleaning industry--where English is often a second language--has taken to color coding as a way to tell workers what product or process is to be used where.
This extensive experience led to the development of “AXIS CORE[R],” a mathematical equation to predict and change behavior, as well as a Quantum Reaction Theory: COLOR CODING DNA[R], to help better understand the foundation of the makeup of an individual in regard to performance.
Color coding is also used to differentiate processes of various classes of drugs.
Dual layer color coding eliminates concern that a critical sample stream could be contaminated by pigments used to color the tubing.
Eastern states are following Pennsylvania and using blue, according to Fran Charney, the risk manager for the Holy Spirit Health System in Camp Hill, Pa., and one of the architects of uniform color coding in the Keystone State.
UK adding color-coded food labels: The BBC reports that the British Food Standards Agency has established a voluntary food labeling system that uses color coding to inform consumers.