ACAA

AcronymDefinition
ACAAAllegheny County Airport Authority (Pennsylvania)
ACAAAmerican Coal Ash Association (Washington, DC)
ACAAAir Carrier Access Act of 1986
ACAAAssociation of Certified Accountants of Azerbaijan
ACAAAir Carrier Association of America
ACAAAmazigh Cultural Association in America
ACAAAutomatic Chemical Agent Alarm
ACAAAmerican Coalition for Abuse Awareness
ACAAAmerican Cosmetic Acupuncture Association
ACAAAcademic Center for Aging Aircraft
ACAAAntique Automobile Club of America (Hershey, PA)
ACAAAfrican Canadian Achievement Award
ACAAAgreement of Conformity Assessment and Acceptance of Industrial Products
ACAAAffordable COTS for Aging Aircraft
ACAAAlabama Coastal Area Act
ACAAArmy Concept Analysis Agency (US Army)
ACAAAgricultural Conservation & Adjustment Administration
ACAAAuto-Calibrating Adaptive Array
ACAAAir Controlman Airman Apprentice (US Navy Rating)
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"The utilization rate of fly ash has grown from 8.4 percent of [CCP] production in 1974 to 43.7 percent in 2013, when 23.3 million tons were beneficially used," ACAA reports.
The ACAA agreement, negotiated by the NSWNA with the Aged care Association of Australia (ACAA), provides a model template Enterprise Agreement for aged care employers in the for-profit sector.
Unfortunately, the ACAA no longer requires the airlines to stow any kind of electric wheelchair in the cabin because of potential hazards from batteries.
Both students were invited to present their essays at ACAA's winter membership meeting in Savannah, Ga.
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That's why last year, the PVA Government Relations Department launched an initiative leading the broader disability community through the national advocacy program to bring attention to the successes and failures in air travel for passengers with disabilities and to ultimately see meaningful reforms made to the ACAA.
Prior to the final rule, ACAA observed growing numbers of ash producers, specifiers and customers restricting coal ash use in light of the regulatory uncertainty and publicity surrounding EPA rulemaking activities.
In contrast to Bupa Care Services' low pay offer, 26 employers have offered staff at 96 facilities agreements based on the ACAA template agreement negotiated with the NSWNA.
"We hope that these metrics will provide data that will reveal specific areas in which training may be needed to reduce damage and fulfill the requirements and spirit of the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA)."
"The regulatory uncertainty that has impeded the beneficial use of coal ash for half a decade has come to an end," affirms ACAA Executive Director Thomas.
'We know a number of aged care employers have watched the negotiations with ACAA and now need to be persuaded to adopt an Enterprise Agreement,' he said.
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