BHAS

AcronymDefinition
BHASBambui Health and Aging Study (hypertension study; Brazil)
BHASBetween Home and Serenity (band)
BHASBrighton and Hove Archaeological Society (Brighton, England, UK)
BHASBroken Hill Associated Smelters Pty Limited (Australia)
BHASBloomington Hospital Ambulance Service (Bloomington, Indiana)
BHASBahrain Historical and Archaeological Society (Jufair, Bahrain)
BHASBenton Harbor Area Schools (Michigan)
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Other applications include BHAS Pasminco which performs a chloride matte leach, and Olympic Dam which conducts a hot agitated leach on mill tailings.
An additional motivation behind the BHAS co-operative scheme at Port Pirie, according to Eklund, was the introduction of the Industrial Code in South Australia in 1920, after which wages were determined by the Board of Trade using the living wage index.
Sports and fitness injuries have become common in the emirate with a segment of the population adopting increasingly active lifestyles, Dr Ottmar Siegfried Gorschewsky, head of the Sports Medicine department at BHAS, said.
28) As Erik Eklund has argued, the committee system at BHAS 'gave workers a sense of participation without significantly altering management authority'.
State Government funding has contributed towards a new era for the BHAS Bowling Club in Port Pirie with the opening of the new synthetic surface at the venue.