EMAS


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AcronymDefinition
EMASEco-Management and Audit Scheme (EU programme)
EMASEast Midlands Ambulance Service (UK)
EMASEuropean Menopause and Andropause Society (Hellerup, Denmark)
EMASEngineered Materials Arresting System (NTSB)
EMASEmployment Medical Advisory Service
EMASEuropean Male Ageing Study
EMASEducation, Medical Aid and Service (Canada)
EMASExpressway Monitoring Advisory System (Singapore)
EMASEnforcement Management and Accountability System
EMASEmergency Management Assessment System (US FEMA)
EMASElectromagnetic Analysis System
EMASExercise Message Analysis System
EMASEmergency Message Authentication System
EMASElectron Microprobe Auger Spectroscopy
EMASUSEUCOM Emergency Message Authentication System
EMASEquipment Maintenance Apprenticeship and Services (Afghan National Army)
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This is the first analysis by EMA and the FDA that compares the agencies decisions related to marketing authorisations.
The band joins an already star-studded EMA line-up hosted and featuring a performance by Bebe Rehxa, with additional performances by Bruno Mars, OneRepublic, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Shawn Mendes, DNCE, Lukas Graham, Zara Larsson and more.
The first intake of students will start in January 2016 - providing EMAS staff the chance to train as paramedics.
This inaugural Emas Sukuk issuance by Sime Darby attracted substantial demand particularly from the Asian region.
It followed a full day's debate in which Mr Gove was told he had "thrown into reverse" the social mobility that EMA had given hundreds of thousands of students from poorer backgrounds.
The EMA is a weekly payment of between Au10 and Au30 given to the poorest 16 to 18-year-olds, living in households earning under Au30,800 a year, to encourage them to stay in education.
Aviation experts said Mangalore's Bajpe Airport meets the International Civil Aviation Organisation's (ICAO) mandatory minimum 'runway end safety area' (RESA) of 90 metres for a Code 4 airport, but not the recommended safety measures, which include an EMAS bed.
The official data reveals that 381,647 students had received at least one EMA payment by the end of last month, down from 484,777 for the same time last year, a difference of 103,130.
Launched in 1993, the EMAS is a mechanism based on the voluntary participation of companies from the industrial sector in a Community self-assessment system for environmental performance, validated by an official inspection before becoming EMAS certified.
According to Wapple, the EMA mobile site, which can be found at http://wap.mtvema.com, provides a broad range of news and competitions for fans, along with free EMA downloads such as videos, images and the EMA mobile game.
Reynolds says implementing EMAs will be better than "the death of a thousand cuts we are suffering during every forest management plan."
Shortly after the smoke cleared in Toronto, in referring to inadequate runway safety areas, the Air Line Pilot Association (ALPA) said in a written statement: "The crash of Air France Flight 358 in Toronto occurred at an International Airport that, unfortunately, does not meet international standards." ALPA then reiterated its previous recommendation, that the FAA should coordinate the efforts within the aviation industry to have EMAS (Engineered Material Arresting System) installed at airports within the US.