Contract notice: airworthiness fitness for purpose assessments.
What does F4P stand for?
F4P stands for Fitness for Purpose (National Health Service; UK)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of F4P
- Fighters for Freedom (game)
- First for Farming (farming portal)
- Follow for Follow (social networking)
- Framework for the Future
- Friends for Fight (online gaming)
- Grumman Wildcat Fighter (WWII)
- Fight for Her
- Fathers 4 Justice
- Futures for Kids (Raleigh, North Carolina)
- Flash for Linux
- Football for Peace; University of Brighton, UK; sports program for Jewish and Arab children in northern Israel
- Furniture for Schools
- Formula 4-Stroke Association
- Fast for Sharepoint (Microsoft)
- Food for Thought
- Figure Four Weekly (website)
- Freedom 4 Wireless, Inc. (Lake Mary, FL)
- Fokker 50 (airliner; Netherlands)
- Fortune 500
- Ferulate 5-Hydroxylase
Samples in periodicals archive:
com)-- The Carbon Management Health Check assesses an organisation's carbon management systems and their fitness for purpose, identifying energy saving opportunities.
We will be appearing alongside two other manufacturing organisations active in totally different fields but whose products, like ours, are world-class in terms of performance, technological design, fitness for purpose and value for money.
A key objective of our review was to assess the fitness for purpose of the council's leisure strategy.
I have continually asked for the system to be reviewed and its fitness for purpose examined.
From its position as a tubular wire manufacturer, Welding Alloys is well placed to be able to produce a comprehensive range of metal compositions and then fully assess their fitness for purpose through the activities of the WA Integra division, which is a worldwide service for rebuilding and hardfacing worn industrial components for industries such as steel, coal, power generation, cement, rail and quarrying.