For every new building that comes on-line in the New York area, there are thousands of existing ones whose current owners could benefit financially from newer, more cost-effective green operating standards.
What does OS stand for?
OS stands for Operating Standard
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We have 53 other meanings of OS in our Acronym Attic
- Onboard Software
- One Side
- Online Services
- Only Son
- Open Skies treaty
- Open Sockets (Diablo II gaming)
- Open Source
- Open Systems
- Opening Snap (mitral valve)
Samples in periodicals archive:
ISRI's Electronics Council designed the guidelines to be incorporated by reference into the association's Recycling Industry Operating Standard (RIOS), which integrates industry-specific standards into an environmental, quality and health and safety management system.
Maintaining Basic Conditions, Maintaining Operating Standards.
The Ohio General Assembly has approved a bill requiring managed care plans in that state to meet new operating standards, The bill was supported by the state's largest physician organization, the Ohio State Medical Association, and Kaiser Permanente.
The General Motors Dealer/Retailer Operating Standards were established to meet customer expectations by assisting our dealers/retailers in providing a business environment that is friendly to consumers.
This recognition highlights yet another year of significant achievement for both SeaRiver and IMT and is based on our continuous efforts to improve performance through the abilities and commitment of our world class workforce, our high operating standards, our use of sound science and our disciplined safety and environmental management systems," said Will Jenkins, director of SeaRiver and IMT.
2 billion, is readily achievable simply by improving building operating standards.
The revised standards call for carriers to meet higher financial reporting and operating standards.