non-punitive

non-punitive

adj
not involving or exerting punishment
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A strong advocate for safety reporting programs, he assisted in instructing ALPA pilots on the implementation of safety management systems, the non-punitive safety reporting process that has contributed to greatly advance aviation safety in North America.
NON-PUNITIVE Of late, the country has seen a high prevalence of teenage pregnancy, as many as 13,000 a year, the "Kenya Demographic and Health Survey" (KDHS) report shows.
Dr Durenaz informed that the SBTA is now regulating the provincial blood banks in a very methodical and recommended manner and adopting a non-punitive constructive approach to strengthen the standard of services of the large and medium sized reputable blood centers.
It also indicates the establishment of a non-punitive facility for importers to voluntarily disclose, or report any errors related to any goods declaration.
29, 2018, prescribing the policies and guidelines on the conduct of post-clearance audit and the establishment of a non-punitive facility where importers can voluntarily disclose or report any errors related to their goods declaration.
R (87) 8 recommends that member-states provide conscientious objectors the right to a non-punitive alternative service.
The Northern Mariana Islands, a US territory in the Pacific, approved a $1,000 tax on pistols in 2016 in a clear effort to use tax codes to limit gun sales; a federal judge later struck down the tax because it "places an excessive burden on the exercise of the right of law-abiding citizens to purchase handguns for self-defence without a corresponding important government interest." But other courts have upheld a $25 tax as non-punitive. Guns range wildly in price, but handguns tend to average in the $500 to $550 range.
The minister was briefed in detail about the revived IBTA which has developed a very successful model of regulation based on constructive non-punitive approach.
The ward dimension: Organizational learning--Continuous improvement and Teamwork within ward were grouped into one dimension; Communication openness and Feedback and communication about error were also grouped into one dimension, with an added item A13; Manager expectations and actions promoting patient safety was divided into two dimensions, with the added item C6, and the dimension Non-punitive response to errors remained the same, with the added item A14 (Table 1).
Jafree concludes her book by underlining the rights that female practitioners should have: the right to professional respect, to patient consent and trust, to co-worker support, to breach of confidentiality when women patients are at risk, to report errors in a non-punitive culture, to a learning-based culture, to report violence and to withdrawal of services.
While, arguably, the overall perception of patient safety was on the cusp (49.0%) of the definition of needing improvement, the following seven composites received ratings well under 50.0%: supervisor/manager exception and action promoting patient safety (27.8%), management support for patient safety culture (27.8%), communication openness (17.3%), teamwork across hospital units (6.1%), staffing (27.6%), hospital handoffs and transitions (14.2%), and non-punitive response to error (11.3%).
Nursing boards typically take a non-punitive stance in cases of problematic substance use, offering nurses an opportunity to get treatment for their disorder and retain their license.
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