WSE

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AcronymDefinition
WSEWhiting School of Engineering (Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD)
WSEWarsaw Stock Exchange (Warsaw, Poland)
WSEWater Science and Engineering (various organizations)
WSEWarsaw School of Economics (aka Szkola Glowna Handlowa w Warszawie)
WSEWeb Services Enhancements (Microsoft)
WSEWhole School Evaluation (various locations)
WSEWeb Site Evolution (IEEE International Symposium)
WSEWeb Services Enhancements
WSEWindows Starter Edition
WSEWater Surface Elevation
WSESymposium on Web Site Evolution (IEEE International Symposum)
WSEWarband Script Enhancer (gaming)
WSEWritten Schemes of Examination (Inspection engineering)
WSEWillis Shaw Express (trucking company)
WSEWorld Stock Exchange (role playing game)
WSEWest South Europe (business territory)
WSEWeapon Support Equipment (US DoD)
WSEWhat So Ever
WSEWell Seismic Edit (energy production)
WSEWorld Society for Ekistics
WSEWashington Spirit Elite (cheerleading program)
WSEWeapon System Effectiveness
WSEWhile So Employed (Canada)
WSEWestwood Studios Exposed
WSEWeapon/Warfare Systems Engineer/Engineering
WSEWeb Site Engineer
WSEWroclawskiego Stowarzyszenia Edukacyjnego (Poland)
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Lloyd's Register will provide support in key areas of operational risk change management, contractor management, inspection plans and reporting, asset optimisation, risk-based assessments and written schemes of examination.
The inspection team has now won its first contract under its new accreditation for review of written schemes of examination for a key client on Teesside.
competent professional services in relation to duties and tasks required to ensure legislative compliance, such as preparation of written schemes of examination for all NIW pressure systems and lifting equipment.
Written Schemes of Examination are a legal requirement under the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000.
It is for this reason that written schemes of examinations are a legal requirement under the pressure systems safety Regulations 2000.