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  2. ANSI/ASIS PSC.1-2012 - Wikipedia

    ANSI / ASIS PSC.1-2012 is a management standard for quality of private security company operations. [1] The standard seeks to operationalise the International Code of Conduct (ICoC) within a formal structure familiar to businesses. That structure, with national and international supervision, provides auditable procedures for the development of ...

  3. Are PSC and Ulcerative Colitis Connected? - Healthline

    Researchers have established a connection between primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) and ulcerative colitis (UC). PSC is a rare condition that causes scarring in the bile ducts of the liver....

  4. Polar Security Cutter program - Wikipedia

    Like most icebreakers built worldwide, the PSCs will have a diesel-electric power plant rated at over 45,200 hp (33,700 kW). The vessels' main diesel generators will be supplied by Caterpillar and the propulsion system consisting of two Azipod propulsion units and a third fixed shaft line by ABB and Trident Maritime Systems.

  5. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

    Primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) is a disease that affects your bile ducts. Bile is a digestive fluid your Liver makes. The ducts let it flow from your liver to your gallbladder and finally to ...

  6. Tri-Cities Airport (Washington) - Wikipedia

    Tri-Cities Airport ( IATA: PSC, ICAO: KPSC, FAA LID: PSC) (originally Pasco Airport) is a public airport in the northwest United States in Franklin County, Washington. Located two miles (3 km) northwest of Pasco, it serves the Tri-Cities metropolitan area in southeast Washington, and is the third largest commercial airport in the state.

  7. Primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) is a rare liver disease that affects the bile ducts. PSC is progressive, which means it gets worse over time. Treatment includes taking certain medications,...

  8. Port state control - Wikipedia

    The port state control (PSC) makes inspection of ships in port, taken by a port state control officer (PSCO). Annual report of Paris MoU reported that a total of 74,713 deficiencies were recorded during port state control inspections in 2007, which deficiencies resulted in 1,250 detentions that year. [13]