CEWS

AcronymDefinition
CEWSCenter of Excellence Women and Science
CEWSConflict Early Warning Systems
CEWSContinuing Education and Workforce Services (various schools)
CEWSCurrency Exchange Web Service
CEWSCommunications Early Warning System
CEWSContinental Early Warning Systems
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As part of the agreement, Safariland has entered a definitive 10-year agreement with Axon Enterprise to become the preferred holster provider for Axon's TASER Conducted Electric Weapons (CEW).
In Axon's most recent (https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1069183/000106918317000042/a10ktasr123116.htm#sDBB54AD012E582232034B5E21E95B85C) annual report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company noted the risk to its reputation - and therefore its bottom line - from injuries caused by its CEWs. "We may face personal injury, wrongful death and other liability claims that harm our reputation and adversely affect our sales and financial condition," the company wrote to shareholders.
The PSC Protocol calls for the establishment of a continental-wide Early Warning System (CEWS) as part of the APSA to "facilitate the anticipation and prevention of conflicts" through gathering and analysis of information that will help the AU to prevent conflicts in a timely manner.
* An intelligence-gathering and analysis center, the Continental Early Warning System (CEWS), which relates to subregional EWR systems;
Organizers Expected Outcomes; Increased understanding and awareness of the root causes and triggers of conflict in Southern Sudan through the implementation of two (2) conflict assessments; Increased capacity of the SSPC to respond to early warning of conflict in a timely and effective manner through supporting the development of Conflict Early Warning System (CEWS); Increased capacity of South Sudan Peace Commission (SSPC) and South Sudan Legislative Assembly (SSLA) to ensure conflict-sensitivity of key legislation through the provision of a Technical Advisor.
For example, funding from these countries has helped establish the Continental Early Warning System (CEWS) and the Africa Standby Force (ASF).
The Peace and Security Council Protocol of the African Union (AU) provides for the establishment of a Continental Early Warning System (CEWS).
The little demons I was referring to earlier are related to all the other electronic material that comes along with the CEWs (covered electronic wastes) of SB20.
This book by a competitive intelligence professional advocates that managements develop competitive early warning systems, or CEWs, in order to focus on the external environment and avoid being blindsided by the unexpected.
The Competence Center "Women in Information Society and Technology", the "Center of Excellence Women and Science"(CEWS) were recently established.
FIRE cews from Nuneaton and Bed-worth spent the night watching over a fire which destroyed 20 tonnes of baled hay.