ACOP

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AcronymDefinition
ACOPApproved Code Of Practice
ACOPAssistant Commissioner of Police (various locations)
ACOPAmerican College of Osteopathic Pediatricians
ACOPAdmissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (various organizations)
ACOPAsia Championship of Online Poker
ACOPActing Chief of Party (USAID)
ACOPA Change of Pace (band)
ACOPAlberta College of Paramedics (Alberta, Canada)
ACOPApostolic Church of Pentecost of Canada (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
ACOPAssociation of Chief Officers of Probation (UK)
ACOPAssociation Canadienne d'Oncologie Psychosociale (French: Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology)
ACOPAéro-Club de l'Ouest Parisien (French: Aero Club of West Paris; Paris, France)
ACOPAdjusted Coefficient of Performance (standard rating term that was used to rate the efficiency of heat pumps in California)
ACOPArlington Coalition of Police (Arlington, Virginia)
ACOPAirborne Corps Operation Plan
ACOPAnalytic Cost Probability Model
ACOPAlternating Current Output
ACOPAutomobile Club Oise Picardie (French car club)
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In October 2000, the Health and Safety Commission recommended immediate action to introduce an Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) which would lead to smoking being banned in the majority of workplaces.
It incorporates all statutory requirements for the operation of safety inspections for industrial fork lift trucks in accordance with the Health and Safety Commission Approved Code of Practice and Guidance, which implemented the Health and Safety at Work Act, Directive 95/63/EC that amended directive 89/655/EC and extended their requirements.
A leaked confidential report from the powerful government health watchdog obtained by The Mirror reveals: "The HSE recommend that the introduction of an approved code of practice is the sensible way forward.
The Approved Code Of Practice, which aims to ban smoking in the workplace, is not legally binding - but it will provide defensive guidelines in court cases brought by employees.
The council is seeking tenders for the provision of legionella testing services throughout the boroughs building stock to enable us to comply with our legal duties under control of substances hazardous to health (coshh) regulations and the approved code of practice (acop) l8.
The associated Approved Code Of Practice (ACOP) goes on to explain: "The temperature in worKrooms should provide reasonable comfort without the need for special clothing.
Birmingham Crown Court was told an approved code of practice on working with lifting equipment makes specific reference to proximity hazards and states: "Where anyone is working near the wheel tracks of an overhead crane, the crane should not be allowed to approach within six metres of them if they would be liable to be struck by it.
Our aim is to provide quality training courses that follow the approved code of practice published by LEEA and are tailored to the individual needs of our clients.
In the words of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations (CDM) 2007 Approved Code of Practice (APoC) "The key aim of CDM2007 is to integrate health and safety into the management of construction work".
The choice of an accredited training provider gives considerable assurance that the training provided will be at least to the standard described in the HSE's approved code of practice.
A council spokesman said: "Corgi registered engineers service gas heating installations annually in accordance with manufacturers guidelines and the approved code of practice, which includes a combustion test to check carbon monoxide emissions.
There is also information relating to all statutory requirements for the operation of trucks in accordance with Health and Safety Commission Approved Code of Practice and Guidance, which implemented the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Directive 95/63/EC, which amended Directive 89/655/EEC and extended its requirements.
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