APIL

AcronymDefinition
APILAssociation of Personal Injury Lawyers (UK)
APILAssociation des Professionnels des Industries de la Langue (French: Professional Association of Language Industries)
APILAssociation of Pacific Island Legislatures (est. 1981; Hagatna, Guam)
APILAlstom Projects India Limited
APILAnsal Properties and Infrastructure Ltd. (New Delhi, India)
APILAsian Paints India Ltd.
APILAlstom Power India Ltd. (New Delhi, India)
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According to the APIL, during 2011/12 there were 350 workplace injuries recorded in North Warwickshire - the equivalent of 1,291 workplace injuries per 100,000 people.
The ratings continue to factor in the healthy demand from the key business segments that the company operates in (namely power generation sector and transport sector) and the cost and technological competitiveness of APIL in these segments resulting in robust order inflow in the future.
APIL is expected to invest approximately $27 million on its venture and GNPL has invested more than $20 million on its new plant.
Richard Langton APIL past president Slater & Gordon Birmingham
The company has secured accreditation from APIL and Law Society.
Members of the House of Lords are due to debate a clause in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill which will, claims APIL, put workplace safety back to the Victorian era.
APIL president David Bott said: "More people die of mesothelioma in North Warwickshire per head of the population than in most other parts of the country.
In the financial year ending March 2010 (FY2010), APIL had an operating income of Rs.
Denise Kitchener, chief executive of national campaigning organisation APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers), is encouraging people to "speak up and stay safe," so that deaths and injuries can be avoided.
Tullow has also agreed to acquire 50 per cent of EAGHL, a joint venture between Energy Africa and APIL, for $70m.
This week (5/9) three members of the Korean National Assembly co-hosted a conference in Seoul organized by IOM ROK, APIL and the Human Rights Network for Migrant Fishermen to discuss the reports recommendations.
JOANNE WILLITS, APIL North East co-ordinator, Sintons Law, Barrack Road, Newcastle