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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What sets NBIS apart from other insurers is our focus contract management.
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.
While executing the work, a firm that recognizes it has underestimated the required labor to perform an underwater inspection consistent with NBIS guidelines usually has two options--either shortcut the inspection or absorb the additional cost of labor.
The team of claims experts at NBIS have managed a sizeable number of claims--of all types--for their insureds.
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, in conjunction with the National Biosurveillance Integration System (NBIS) Interagency Oversight Council (NIOC), should finalize a strategy for more effectively collaborating with current and potential NBIS members, by (1) clearly defining NBIC's mission and purpose, along with the value of NBIS membership for each agency; (2) addressing challenges to sharing data and personnel, including clearly and properly defining roles.
The event saw the release of a white paper, Developing Pre-Disaster Resilience Based on Public and Private Incentivization, stemming from a years-long effort by the NBIS Multi-Hazard Mitigation Council Committee.
According to the NBIS, each inspection must be conducted by at least one team leader.
ATLANTA -- NBIS, the industry leader in heavy construction and related transport insurance programs, is proud to introduce a dedicated Excess Casualty Facility in conjunction with Ironshore, New York, NY.
The bottom line is that using proper language will save your policy and will save you money," said Kate Lasky, an associate corporate attorney for NBIS, a market leader in transport insurance.
According to the NBIS, all publicly owned highway bridges (including culverts) located on public roads in the United States that are longer than 20 feet (6 meters) must be inspected at least once every 24 months.