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taking place or located away from the site

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For those of you that don't know, off-site construction is a modern way of building that sees the unit being constructed off-site in a factory-controlled environment.
As part of its disaster recovery processes enterprise ireland have a requirement to store computer backup tapes in a secure off-site location.
By storing an organization's back-up computer data off-site in a state-of-the-art secure facility area businesses will be in compliance with regulations such as Sarbanes Oxley and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
The change, Sprague said, would mean the excavation and disposal of those soils, about 28,000 cubic yards, at an off-site landfill.
Performing PCI at medical centers with off-site cardiac surgical back-up is controversial.
In the early 1980s, for instance, Ventura County officials decided not to oversee operations at the site after being told by company officials that no one had been hurt and no radioactivity had leaked off-site.
The point of off-site backups is to prevent all copies of an organization's data from being destroyed in a single catastrophic event.
The remediation project will include the excavation and off-site disposal of debris and contaminated surface and subsurface soils; placement of an asphalt pavement that will cover a portion of the site; removal of asbestos from within the existing structure; removal of contaminated sediment from interior building sumps and catch basins; installation of a sub-stab ventilation system for the existing building, combined with treatment of groundwater to remove contamination; and the establishment of an environmental easement in order to protect the integrity of the remediation.
Options range from off-site storage (almost every organization at one time or another used to have a staff member designated to take backup tapes home every day, though now most have moved to automated off-site backups and storage) to rerouting of internet and telecommunications traffic (so schools can keep in touch with all concerned parties, which often includes students on out-of-state or even international research trips).
Howard says that customers who have developed a high level of trust with their shredding company are more likely to choose the off-site shredding option.
However, to a certain extent, almost all buildings are prefabricated in that they are made from components manufactured off-site.
In off-site vaulting of data, backup media is protected in a remote, secure location.
The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center said its goal is to enable scientists to connect supercomputers and storage machines to off-site scientific instruments like telescopes, making it easier to do research or analyze data stored in diverse locations.
Off-site hazards - off-site trips, airports, nuclear power plants, and dangerous wildlife.