The guidelines were launched, along with the information I had gleaned from the literature review I had conducted on "just-in-case
" cannulas as part of my masters studies to become a nurse practitioner.
In the future, we will not show up for work just-in-case
we need to be there.
A less obvious but important benefit utilizing Just-In-Case
is the national gain in the value of inventory.
Army logistics systems quickly fill requests for class IX (repair parts) supplies from the field; however, I contend that Army logisticians can change the just-in-case
requisitioning mentality by anticipating units' class IX needs.
The traditional approach to logistics--which was used during Operation Desert Storm and earlier--was just-in-case
The initial effect was sufficiently dramatic that it called into question whether just-in-time was going to be replaced by just-in-case
. But things have settled into a more familiar pattern.
This is encouragement for the librarian to place just-in-case
assistance for just-in-time help, leading to better use of the catalog.
Like the FBCI pages, the orientation pages are divided into themes or categories of questions and provide both just-in-time information and links to additional just-in-case
Livingston is in the process of shoring up her just-in-case
They're far more likely to fall into the just-in-case
category - which makes up the vast majority.
"We need to preserve them," he says, "if for nothing else than 'just-in-case
Following Madison's trip to Naomi's former camp in the (http://www.ibtimes.com/fear-walking-dead-what-will-happen-season-4-episode-6-2681380) last episode of "Fear the Walking Dead," the Clark matriarch secretly told her daughter Alicia to make a just-in-case
Land Rover getaway car.