Directives

Some articles on directives, directive:

Medic Alert - Advance Directives
... An advance directive covers specific directives as to the course of treatment that is to be taken by caregivers should the patient be unable to give informed consent due to ... Currently in the United States, MedicAlert will hold on to signed advanced directives which can be provided to first responders and medical personnel when they contact MedicAlert ... A common advance directive is a Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) order which states that member has requested that resuscitation should not be attempted if the member ...
Architects (Registration) Acts, 1931 To 1938 - From ARCUK in 1931 To ARB in 1997 - EU Directives and Qualifications
... accommodate terms derived from the habitual idiom of Directives and other documents issued by the European Union, formerly known as the European Economic ... This has been regularly recited in EU Directives, such as 2005/36/EC of 7 September 2005 "on recognition of professional qualifications" ... That abolishing of obstacles has brought in its train a series of Directives by which the EEC/EC/EU had been carrying out its functions vis-à-vis Member States in ...
List Of European Court Of Justice Rulings - Principles of Union Law - Direct Effect - Directives
148/78 ECR 1629 Member States are precluded by their failure to implement a directive properly from refusing to recognize its binding effect in cases where it is pleaded against them, thus they cannot ... interpretation where the national measure, interpreted in the light of the directive, would impose criminal liability ...
Battery Directive - History - Early Waste Directives
... The first of the western European directives dealing with waste management was the "Council Directive 75/442/EEC of 15 July 1975 on Waste." It didn't mention batteries or chemicals but specified the regulation of "parti ... The first version of the European Council Directive on Batteries and Accumulators 91/157/EEC was approved on March 18, 1991 ... The first program in the directive was set for a six-year duration, starting in 1993 ...