CSOL

AcronymDefinition
CSOLCharleston School of Law (Charleston, SC)
CSOLCoflexip Stena Offshore Limited (Houston, TX)
CSOLCrack, Seat, and Overlay (pavement construction)
CSOLColumbus Symphony Orchestra League (Columbus, OH)
CSOLChinese for Speakers of Other Languages
CSOLCadbury Schweppes Overseas Limited (London, England, UK)
CSOLCriticality Safety Operating Limits
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(13) http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/pdf/ csol.pdf.
Employers can only employ a 457 worker if the award or market rate for the occupation featured on the CSOL is greater than the TSMIT, which is currently set by government at $53,900 and indexed annually.
However, 457 visas can only be granted to those workers who are in a specific occupation on the CSOL. Less than 1 per cent of workers in the Australian workforce are employed on 457 visas and in Western Australia, the majority of 457 visa workers are employed in the resources sector.
Within the scope of the contract, CSOL will undertake the project management, engineering and design, manufacture and installation of the 7.78-mile Braemar production pipeline and 5.28-mile Brae B to Miller that are required for the development.
A key feature in CSOL's technical solution will be the use of a 10-inch in 16-inch pipe in pipe solution, to maintain the FPSO arrival criteria in terms of arrival temperature.
The management of this phase of the works will be a key factor in the overall success of the project and CSOL anticipates that it will have up to six vessels in the field at any one time to support the disconnection and reconnection of the FPSO.
"With this project, which requires 10 hyperbaric welds, CSOL will have won to date the main hyperbaric welding scopes of the North Sea area (UK, Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands) for 1999," said David Cassie, managing director for CSOL, which will carry out pre-commission of the 300-km (186-mile), 24-inch pipeline system.
CSOLs is the brainchild of Dr Phil Goddard who set up the company, which is based at The Heath Business Business and Technical Park in Runcorn, 15 years ago.
When selecting the solution, NI Water consulted with both Thermo Fisher and CSols, which had previously provided a direct data capture for NI Water's ICP and other laboratory instrumentation using CSols Links for LIMS.
If you were to look around, you'd see that a number of them, such as CSols, were well-represented in terms of papers, poster presentations and personnel just wandering around.