OESS

AcronymDefinition
OESSOrdnance and Explosives Safety Specialist (US DoD)
OESSOffice of Emergency Shelter and Services (Philadelphia, PA)
OESSOntario Educational Software Services
OESSOffice of E-Health Standards & Services (US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
OESSOttawa East Schooling Shows (Ottawa, Canada)
OESSOpto-Electronic Sensor System
OESSOffice Equipment Support Section
OESSOperating Environment Segment Specification
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OESs will be allowed to sell the spare parts under their own brand name, if they so wish.
There are two types of messages issued by SNs: RNSs and OESs as described in Section 1.
Data sources for the study included information from vital statistics records maintained by state authorities, information from records of in-home child welfare service maintained by the City of Philadelphia's Department of Human Services, and information from records of official requests for public shelter maintained by City of Philadelphia's Office of Emergency Services and Shelter (OESS).
Oess and Associates specializes in business development and consulting services.
For now, said Andrea Oess of Swiss Humanitarian Aid, the agencies in place - the Egyptian health ministry, United Nations, Red Cross and others - can cope with the flow, providing assistance to those who need it.
"There is no humanitarian crisis, but conditions here are a bit poor," Oess told AFP at the frontier, as fellow aid workers held a planning meeting and inspected the unpromising site to prepare a contingency plan.
The Health and Safety Commission (HSC) has approved an updated list of Occupational Exposure Standards (OESs) and Maximum Exposure Limits (MELs).
* withdrawal of 16 OESs: clichlorvos, divinylbenzene (mixed isomers), furfuryl alcohol (FA), glycerol trinitrate, nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen monoxide, sulphur dioxide, propylene dinitrate, ethylene dinitrate, subtilisins, sulphuric acid and five glycidyl ethers (2,3-epoxpropyl ethers).
The withdrawal of the OESs happened after HSC's Advisory Committee on Toxic Substances (ACTS) concluded that they were not scientifically robust and were therefore inadequate to protect health.