OHSE

AcronymDefinition
OHSEOccupational Health, Safety and Environment
OHSEOperator Head Space Error
OHSEOccupational Health and Safety Engineering
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Ohse, S., Ramos, D.M.R., Carvalho, S.M., Fett, R., Oliveira, J.L.B.
Facilities that do not comply with these mandatory requirements will not be granted work permits until one national is employed as OHSE officer.
In the introduction, Osis explains that the paper is part of a larger research work, one which strives to investigate the concept of substance in contemporary philosophy (Ohse 1888:2)
Commenting on the transaction, NV5's CEO Dickerson Wright said that the move added growth in the buyer's environmental vertical amid a robust demand for OHSE services.
Cell concentration was determined daily through the regression equation between [OD.sub.680] and biomass (g [L.sup.-1]), according to Xu et al., (2006).The growth rates (K) in divisions per day and the maximum cell concentration (g [L.sup.-1]), in the treatments, were obtained at the day with higher yield of the cultures (OHSE et al., 2008), being the K calculated as described by Lourenco (2006).
(2.) Iwasaki T, Nakagawa K, Katsura H, Ohse N, Nagano T, Kawahara K.
Tais resultados estao de acordo com os verificados para sementes de arroz (OHSE et al., 2000 e VIEIRA & MOREIRA (2005), cujo recobrimento com zinco nao promoveu diferenca sobre a germinacao apos o armazenamento; tambem FUNGUETO (2006), analisando o recobrimento de sementes em arroz com fonte de zinco, fungicida e polimero, nao verificou diferenca na germinacao.
46 (1996): 8-17; Thomas Lindenberger, Herrschafi undEigenSinn in der Diktatur: Studien zur Gesellschafisgeschichte der DDR (Cologne: Bohlau, 1999); Marc-Dietrich Ohse, Jugend nach dem Mauerbau: Anpassung, Protest und Eigensinn (DDR 1961-1974) (Berlin: Christoph Links, 2003); and Hans Ziems, Eigensinn versus Systemzwang im ostdeutsehen Breitensport: Der Rennsteiglauf als Medienthema und Symbol der Wende (Berlin: Bassler, 2006).
Recent historical studies by Janssen (2010), Zimmermann (2004), Lindenberger (2003), and Ohse (2003) contain many examples of "shaming" campaigns carried out against deviant and delinquent youth in the GDR in the 1950s and 1960s.
He has received numerous honors for his research, including Yale's Ohse Research Award, a National Pfizer Scholar Award for New Faculty, a Young Investigator Award from the American Epilepsy Society and two Outstanding Poster Awards in Basic Science from the American Association of Neurological Surgeons/Congress of Neurological Surgeons' (AANS/CNS) Section of Cerebrovascular Surgery.