HFAC

AcronymDefinition
HFACHouse Foreign Affairs Committee
HFACHumane Farm Animal Care (Herndon, VA)
HFACHuman Factors (Defense Standardization Program Federal Supply Class/Area)
HFACHarris Fine Arts Center (Brigham Young University)
HFACHexafluoroacetylacetonate (chemistry)
HFACHuman Factors Association of Canada
HFACHuman Factors and Applied Cognition
HFACHigh Frequency Alternating Current (TIG welding)
HFACHumboldt Fish Action Council
HFACHanscom Field Advisory Commission
HFACHouston Family Arts Center (Houston, TX)
HFACHarvard Financial Analysts Club
HFACHamilton Friendship Association with Cuba (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
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01, respectively), which reflect the impact on environmental risk perceptions of being one of those types of subjects as opposed to a member of the public, when cultural worldviews are "controlled for" (by the setting of the predictor values for hfac and ifac at 0, their means).
HFAC inspectors must be well versed in animal care, according to founder Adele Douglass.
HFAC generated by the diathermy electrosurgical device passes down one tine of the forceps and then through the patient's tissue placed between the tips before returning to the diathermy machine through the second tine (Hay 2007).
For the purposes of this Section, appropriate congressional committees include both the HAC and SAC, both the HASC and SASC, the HFAC, and the SFRC.
HFAC inspects slaughterhouses and will not certify a farmer who uses a slaughterhouse that fails to meet HFAC standards.
To certify a producer, HFAC investigates the producer's operation by conducting onsite inspections according to detailed audit checklists, interviewing staff, and reviewing company records.
In order to attain the HFAC label, the animals must receive a nutritious diet without antibiotics or hormones and must be raised with shelter, resting areas, and space sufficient to support natural behavior.
Supporters of HFAC include the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the Humane Society of the United States and regional and local animal-welfare organizations.
Thomsen, Department of Communication, F-337 HFAC, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602.
Egan is a Professor of Communications in the Department of Communications, Room E509, HFAC, at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602-6403.
In Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of HFAC (pp.