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To provide 24 hours, 7 days a week emergency call-out service (including nominated sub contractors) with a maximum response time from call to attending site of 4 hours.
Because the minimum response time is the result of the user's focus on the experiment maps but the maximum response time may be the results of the user's inattention, the subject's minimum reaction time is more important than the maximum response time.
The non-emergency call was graded as a "priority" by Gwent Police, meaning that it had a 60-minute maximum response time.
Real-time notification is a key benefit of ITRAC, as it not only allows maximum response time to absenteeism, but also offers reassurance that staff are on site.
59pm, one minute after the maximum response time for a call-out.
A National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) technical committee will begin work this fall to determine whether to modify and expand the standards developed in 2001 and reissued in 2004 for career fire departments specifying minimum staffing and maximum response times.
and Canada) * Direct access to qualified technicians with target three-minute maximum hold time * Target two-hour maximum response time * Up to four named callers * Local language support As part of this new authorization, INCAT was required by Autodesk to meet personnel, facility, performance, and infrastructure criteria consistent with industry best practices in technical support.
Increasing staff availability, establishing a maximum response time, testing plasma instead of serum whenever possible to reduce the wait time required for specimens to clot can all chip away at the unacceptable turnaround time that is at the heart of this pre-emptive practice.