step change


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step change

n
a significant change, esp an improvement
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The Offshore Safety Awards 2017 organised by Oil & Gas UK and Step Change in Safety is shortlisted for the Best Conference Development award.
I think it's time for a step change," he explained.
We believe that step change innovations in diaper design and cost reduction will result from this joint effort.
This new investment enables us to make a step change in how we move forward in meeting these demands.
The builder said there had been a step change in market conditions over the last year but warned that it continues to be frustrated by the UK's "cumbersome" planning environment.
The dramatic decision was made by Step Change In Safety's Helicopter Safety Steering Group (HSSG) in Aberdeen.
The winning entries will be developed to produce a radical train demonstrator that will show how a step change in performance across the network could be achieved.
Javier Fernandez, technical marketing manager, Clariant, presented "Innovative Hals technology: a step change in process and greenhouse film stabilisation.
Shemol Rahman, 17, of Newcastle, is part of a team taking on the Step Change challenge on March 4 to raise funds for the NSPCC's ChildLine service.
Mr Holmes said the region needs a step change in those areas to create jobs similar to the step change that the pounds 1bn Liverpool One retail scheme delivered for the city centre.
THE NEED to continue investment in new business, jobs and skills to achieve a step change in economic performance has been stressed by Councillor Bob Cook, Stockton Council's Cabinet member for regeneration and transport.
The step change we want to make is to get our residents engaged in arts and culture.