Anglian Water is promoting excellence right across its employees and delivery partners and throughout its relevant contracts to safeguard the quality of its customers' tap water.Peter Simpson, Anglian Water’s Chief Executive and also current President of the Institute of Water, said: "In Anglian Water we are committed to delivering the highest possible standards of drinking water safety and quality for all our customers.De Mitchell and Fossey unravel the complexity of the policy issue confronting schools, parents, and students regarding what students may wear to school.In addition to a valuable review of the early research on the efficacy of school uniforms as a reform strategy, De Mitchell and Fossey provide an in-depth analysis of the evolving legal principles that must be considered in implementing school uniforms in our public schools.The United States House of Representatives has just passed their version of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), and included within it is a provision that will mandate the release of all M1911 handguns currently in US Army inventory to the Civilian Marksmanship Program, for distribution to eligible US civilians.The new bill would overwrite the 2016 NDAA, which allowed for the release of 10,000 of the pistols, but did not mandate it.
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Professors Fossey and De Mitchell have provided a scholarly and practical book for helping school officials to strike a lawful and appropriate balance in their school and community.
Student attire is much more than simply what students’ wear. De Mitchell and Fossey have captured the essence of this legal controversy–student freedom of expression must be balanced with schools’ interest in maintaining an environment where students’ can learn.
The Drinking Water Inspectorate expects all those involved to operate to the highest standards of hygiene and safety, ensuring that clean drinking water remains wholesome and there is no deterioration to the quality of supply." Notes to editors: * Energy & Utility Skills Group continues to raise awareness of the importance and value of the NWHS training to protecting public health, highlighting the ten year anniversary of the UK-wide scheme, providing a case study of the longest card holding engineer and then giving an example of the water companies now mandating the 'blue card' training right across their business.
** The Energy & Utility Skills Register is an independent skills platform which provides recognised standards for the utility sector.