OCNS

AcronymDefinition
OCNSOrthogonal Channel Noise Simulator (aka Orthogonal Channel Noise Simulation)
OCNSOffice for Civil Nuclear Security (UK)
OCNSOffshore Chemical Notification Scheme (UK)
OCNSOrthogonal Channel Noise Source
OCNSODOCS Common Naming Service
OCNSOffsetters Climate Neutral Society (Canada)
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A pilot study with an explorative design was used to describe patients' and OCNs' experiences of the technical functionality and usability of VC on tablet computers.
1) are the Hinge trend-fitting technique, the Optimal Climate Normal (OCN), and the Exponentially Weighted Moving Average (EWMA).
An OCNS spokesman said: "It is investigating this new alleged security breach as a priority."
A spokeswoman for Direct Rail Services said: "Discussions with the OCNS have taken place over the event that happened on July 19 at Brent Yard - a north west London depot.
She now has a flat in Barry, gained an Open College Network (OCN) award for taking part in a community fundraising project, and has a full-time job at Wilkinson's stores.
BNFL spokesman Tim Jones said: 'The safety and security of all our sites is our number one priority and we work closely with our regulator at the OCNS.'
'The Office of Civil Nuclear Security (OCNS) audits and approves the security procedures undertaken by DRS and is in constant communication regarding threat levels and specific threats affecting the industry.
A spokesman said: "The DTI is aware that there was an incident reported on Saturday night and the security regulator, OCNS, is looking into it."
Pelagic 100 is widely used in the North Sea and has an OCNS Class E environmental profile, which is the best environmental category possible under UK legislation.
The Government's Office for Civil Nuclear Security (OCNS) outlined the blunder at Willesden Green, North West London, in a report to Trade Secretary Patricia Hewitt.
It said: "The UK's civil nuclear sites apply stringent security measures regulated by the Office for Civil Nuclear Security (OCNS), the security regulator.
The British Government's Office for Civil Nuclear Security (OCNS) outlined the blunder at Willesden Green, North West London, in a report to Trade Secretary Patricia Hewitt.