NBIS

AcronymDefinition
NBISNetwork-Based Information Systems (conference)
NBISNational Bridge Inspection Standards
NBISNational Biosurveillance Integration System
NBISNationsBuilders Insurance Services, Inc. (various locations)
NBISNetwork for Business Innovation & Sustainability (Kirkland, Washington)
NBISNarrowband Interference Suppression
NBISNegative Binomial Importance Sampling
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Together, the two executives-- each with extensive experience in the transportation and heavy construction industries--use the crane example as a case study to educate NBIS agents on risk management principles and help them to stay up to date on the latest best practices as well as government and regulatory changes.
This training is ideal for skilled divers who need to learn underwater inspection and evaluation techniques for bridges to meet NBIS requirements.
Recommendation: In order to help NBIC ensure that it effectively applies practices to enhance and sustain collaboration, including the provision of data, personnel, and other resources, the Director of NBIC should establish and use performance measures to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of collaboration with current and potential NBIS partners.
For both positions, the NBIS require some appropriate form of professional accreditation or a minimum number of years of experience inspecting bridges.
Ironshore is the natural choice when contemplating a market partner that shares our dedication to specialized coverages that work in concert with our team of professionals for a vertically integrated approach to insurance not found in the marketplace or through 'big box' carriers," commented NBIS Senior Vice President, Jim Jinhong.
bridge owners and FHWA in refining and improving actions taken to address the NBIS provisions.
This new program will be underwritten and administered by NBIS CTIS, a Managing General Underwriter specializing in risk management and mitigation, and will be exclusively distributed through Totem Agencies, Inc.
In accordance with the Code of Federal Regulations 23-CFR-650, subpart C, each bridge under MDOT jurisdiction is periodically inspected following the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) NBIS.
NBIS set minimum bridge inspection criteria and prescribed the methods, frequency, and qualifications for performing inspections.
the industry leader in specialty construction insurance, is pleased to welcome Robert ("Rob") Edwards as Product Line Manager for Concrete Pumpers to the NBIS team.
The NBIS approach provided a consistent standard for collecting bridge data, but it was not comprehensive enough to fully support sound management decisions, especially when considering economic factors.