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contingency plan

A plan for major contingencies that can reasonably be anticipated in the principal geographic subareas of the command. See also joint operation planning.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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contingency plan

nmisura or piano d'emergenza
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The finance sector has long been focused on contingency plans to minimise the impact of a 'no-deal' scenario on customers, and continues to work closely with the UK government and regulators to ensure the necessary legislation and regulations are in place to minimise disruption and assure continuity of service to customers.
'This is the latest contingency planning formulation for the province after the earlier plans were crafted through the initiative of the provincial government like the contingency plans in the event of a tsunami, earthquake, and eruption of Taal Volcano,' Aguilera said in an interview.
Enter environmental contingency plans. These documents provide companies with a blueprint that 1) helps implement safety and containment measures to prevent and mitigate the effects of accidental spills and discharges and 2) outlines response and clean-up procedures should catastrophe strike.
South Korea's major business groups are shifting to emergency mode, setting detailed contingency plans for a variety of scenarios amid concerns that the restrictions on exports of key tech materials from Japan to Korea could stay in place for a long time, according to the industry on Monday.
POLICE Scotland will reactivate its Brexit contingency plans two months before the UK is due to leave the EU, it was announced yesterday.
KARACHI -- The city administration on Wednesday reviewed at a meeting the arrangements for the implementation of contingency plans made to cope with the expected tropical cyclone and heatwave.
A police spokesman said here on Sunday that the IGP reviewed the contingency plans for Karachi and other ranges of police in the province.
The first minister made the plea as she came under fire for the Scottish Government's failure to produce contingency plans to minimise disruption.
(It's normal to have batch feeding, meaning to say voters will leave their ballots and then its the BEI who feeds the ballots into the machine) According to the Comelec Resolution 10497 or the Contingency Plans of the Comelec, voters will have two options while waiting for a VCM malfunction to be resolved.
Summary: London [UK], Mar 22 (ANI): The United Kingdom has put 3,500 troops on standby to "aid contingency plans" in the face of a probable no-deal Brexit, according to a spokesman for the British Ministry of Defence.
Post Office chiefs have been urged to reveal contingency plans for continuing services in Dumfries and Gretna.

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