OSRP

AcronymDefinition
OSRPOil Spill Response Plan
OSRPOpen Space and Recreation Plan (various locations)
OSRPOff-site Source Recovery Project (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
OSRPOccupant Safety Research Partnership
OSRPOptical Switching and Routing Protocol (Agilent Technologies)
OSRPOwn Ship Reference Point
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Since 1999, OSRP s mission to remove excess, unwanted, abandoned or orphaned radioactive sealed sources that pose a potential risk to health, safety, and national security has resulted in the successful recovery of more than 38,000 radioactive sources from more than 1,100 domestic locations.
the OSRP before approving an Exploration Plan or DPP.
Compared to an Exploration Plan or DPP, an OSRP is subject to
The fact that other oil companies' OSRPs were similarly flawed does not excuse BP's conduct.
The nine goals are (the seven-year action plan of the OSRP is where we implement these goals and, to me, is the exciting part):
OSRP support will allow CIENA engineers to use the Agilent system to speed ongoing product development and verification, while service providers can use the product to troubleshoot and verify intelligent optical networking installations in the field and lab, accelerating network and service deployment.
By allowing carriers to provision, protect and restore services automatically and in real-time, OSRP enables each CoreDirector to read the status of the network, to evaluate the state of the network, and to dynamically select the best path for traffic to travel across the network to its destination.
Though the specifics are beyond this piece's aims, (406) more openness in the OSRP process may well be beneficial.
The OSRP must be consistent with the National Contingency Plan (NCP) and Area Contingency Plans prepared by the U.
The new dummy, referred to by the OSRP as "SID-IIs," is intended to respond similarly to the way a smaller, lightweight occupant would in side impacts.
The United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR), umbrella organization for OSRP, was established in 1992 by the Big Three to coordinate the growing number of cooperative, pre-competitive research and development programs among Chrysler, Ford and General Motors.
Evaluation of the advanced torso is part of a broad OSRP program to improve motor vehicle safety through the cooperative development and evaluation of new crash-test dummies.