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NRRNoise Reduction Rating
NRRNuclear Reactor Regulation
NRRNet Reproduction Rate (fertility)
NRROffice of Nuclear Reactor Regulation
NRRNederlandse Reanimatie Raad (Dutch: Dutch Resuscitation Council)
NRRNational Research Register
NRRNational Risk Register (UK)
NRRNet Run Rate (cricket)
NRRNuclear Receptor Resource (project; Georgetown University; Washington, DC)
NRRNon Repudiation of Receipt (electronic commerce)
NRRNorth Reading Room (various locations)
NRRNuclear Regulatory Research
NRRNational Registration Regulations (Australia)
NRRNutrition Research Reviews (journal)
NRRNo Response Required
NRRNeuroretinal Rim (optic nerve)
NRRNakanoshima Rapid Railway (Osaka, Japan)
NRRNascom Reconfiguration Request
NRRNational Recording Registry
NRRNavesink River Rowing (New Jersey)
NRRNon-Recurring Revenue
NRRNavy Research Requirements
NRRNaval Research Requirement
NRRNuclear Reactor Robot (Earthbound game)
NRRNonunit Related Record
NRRNetwork Requirements Review (acquisition process)
NRRNumber of Reserved Registers
NRRNo Rules Radio (Internet radio)
NRRNeurological Rehabilitation Resources (Thornton, CO)
NRRNationwide Rip Ridaz (band)
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This means a proper watchdog and a national risk register."
The delegation also reviewed the organisational structure of NCEMA's Supreme Council, as well as its national, federal and local coordination mechanism, and the readiness of national institutions to manage emergencies and crises according to the national risk register.
Dame Sally wants obesity to be included in the Government's National Risk Register of Civil Emergencies, which already includes potentially deadly flu outbreaks, terror attacks and extreme weather events.
The UK government is concerned enough to add space weather to the National Risk Register and, in late 2014, it set up the Met Office Space Weather Operations to monitor it and provide an assessment of the risks.
A report by the UK's National Risk Register of Civil Emergencies last month stated that Antimicrobial Resistance, which occurs when drugs are no longer effective in treating infections, was expected to increase over the next 20 years.
The warning comes from the National Risk Register of Civil Emergencies.
The National Risk Register of Civil Emergencies, which provides guidance on potential threats such as terror, flu and natural disasters, notes that routine medical treatments could become "high-risk" because of the growing resistance to antibiotics.
As the threat from pandemic influenza remains top on the Cabinet Office's National Risk Register of Civil Emergencies, this conference is ideally timed to help explore the renewed Pandemic Influenza Strategic Framework 2014 and gain strategic and practical advice on working together to develop an effective multi-agency response.
The problem is a "ticking time-bomb" and should be put on the Government's National Risk Register - which also includes "catastrophic terrorist attacks" and other civil emergencies, Professor Dame Sally Davies said.
The problem is a "ticking timebomb" and should be put on the Government's National Risk Register - which also includes "catastrophic terrorist attacks" and other civil emergencies, Professor Dame Sally Davies said.
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