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Category: Documents

Define document categories used for managing the documents (inbound and outbound) in workflows across Financial Services Operations applications. Non-ECR Category, Document(s) Required. All holders of Diplomatic/official Passports, No separate document is required except Diplomatic passport. Document category A. Applications that use the FI-SL structures but work alone (profit center, reconciliation ledger,) sometimes assign their own. Category: Documents

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1  From the Folders explorer

2  From the Categories explorer

3  Other ways of creating documents in categories

4  Changing documents between categories

From the Folders explorer


To create a document associated to a category from the Folders area, first select the folder where you want to save the document, and then click "New document".

A window will pop up where you can select the category in which to create the document.

When you click OK, the details window of the selected category will open. You can enter the required details in this details window and then save the changes.

From the Categories explorer


To create new documents from the Categories explorer, select the category in which to create the document and then click "New document".

The details window of the selected category will open. Here you can enter the data required to create the document and then save the changes.

When you click Save, R2 Docuo will ask you in which folder to save the document, select the folder from the folder tree in the Select folder window or right click on a current folder to create a new folder and then click OK to save the changes.

The document has been created in the selected category and folder.

In the case of categories with a default folder, the path will not be requested when you save, as it will already be defined by the category.

Other ways of creating documents in categories


It is also possible to assign documents to categories by upgraded documents to the category or by importing the data from a Microsoft Excel template.

Upload documents to Category

From the browsing view of categories, the category to which the documents will be assigned is selected.

Pressing the button "Upload files" Opens the File Upload Wizard. From this wizard you set the folder in which you are going to save the documents and with the button  "Add " you select the desired documents

When you click OK, documents will start to be uploaded into the selected category.

Importing data from a template


                                              This option is only available for repository administrators.                                                                                                                  

R2 Docuo has the option of creating documents importing metadata values from template. When importing the data, the document is created with the values of the metadata filled but without the associated main file. Then if necessary, the main file should be associated with the document.

To create documents by importing from a template you will need to open the category's options menu with a right click of the mouse and select "Create data import template".

Selecting this option opens a dialog box to choose whether the fill template is generated with all the metadata in the category (to edit existing metadata), or an empty template is generated only with the headers (to import new Records)

Creating the template only with the headers generates a Microsoft Excel file with a column for each field and attribute associated with the category.

The data is completed in the template in the same way that would be done in any Microsoft Excel document, the only exception is the attributes that need to be completed by separating the values by semicolon.

To import the records created in the template you must select the category in which the data will be imported with the right mouse button and mark the option  "Import data ".

The file explorer window will open so you can select the template from which the data will be imported.

 

The documents will start to be uploaded to R2 Docuo. When finished, the results list will be updated and the created documents will be displayed.

All export and import processes appear in a File transfer window tab.

Progress is also shown on an icon in the upper right-hand side of R2 Docuo. When the export or import task terminates, a notification is received.

Scanning Documents

This option is available only if there is a scanner connected and with drivers installed on the TWAIN-standard-supported computer

When there is a scanner connected to the computer from which R2 Docuo is accessed, the button "scan " appears on the buttons bar.

Pressing it opens a window of options that allows you to choose whether, in the case of performing multiple scans in the same action, you create a different PDF file for each page or a single PDF file with multiple pages.

For more information on how to scan documents click here.

Changing documents between categories


All documents saved in R2 Docuo have the option to change category.

To make this change all you have to do is to open the document's options menu with a right click of the mouse and select "Change category".

A window will pop up where you can select the category you want to assign to the document.

When you click OK, the document will change to the selected category.

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There are two categories of documents that can be submitted to the BCH: national and reference records.

The national records that can be submitted are the following:

 

National Documents

Purpose

National Focal Points

Registering a National Focal Point (CPB, BCH or Article 17).

National Website or Database

Registering national websites and databases related to biosafety.

Competent National Authorities

Registering Competent National Authorities that are nominated and authorized by the governments for performing the administrative functions required by Article 19 of the Protocol.

Biosafety Law, Regulation, Guidelines & Regional and International Agreements

Registering any document pertaining to the national regulatory framework and relevant to biosafety or the transfer, handling and use of living modified organisms.

Country's Decision or any other Communication

Registering any national decisions or communications relevant to biosafety or the transfer, handling and use of living modified organisms.

Risk assessment generated by a Regulatory Process

Registering a summary or a report of a risk assessment or environmental reviews of LMOs generated by regulatory processes including, where appropriate, relevant information regarding products thereof, namely, processed materials that are of living modified organism origin, containing detectable novel combinations of replicable genetic material obtained through the use of modern biotechnology.

Biosafety Experts

Registering a Biosafety expert according to Decisions BS-I/4 and BS-IV/4.

Report on Biosafety Expert Assignment

Registering a Report on a Biosafety Expert Assignment according to Decisions BS-I/4 and BS-IV/4.

 

The submission of national records is limited to BCH National Focal Points (BCH-NFP) and National Authorized Users (NAUs) pending BCH-NFP validation. The list of Common Formats for national records is therefore made available only to these users.

The reference records that can be submitted are the following:

 

Reference Documents

Purpose

Contact details

Registering contact details of a person or organization. For instance, an organization could be a representative of the  private sector, research institutions, NGOs (non-governmental organizations), IGOs (Intergovernmental organizations), etc.

Capacity Building Activities, Projects, and Opportunities

Registering information concerning capacity building opportunities, projects and activities, such as fund grants, scholarships, technical assistance, training workshops, discussion forums and others.

Biosafety organizations

Registering a Biosafety Organization for inclusion in the Directory of Biosafety Organizations. These organizations are involved in activities related to the application of the protocol on biosafety including registration of work summaries and contact details.

Biosafety Information Resource Centre (BIRC)

Registering information for inclusion in the Biosafety Information Resource Centre (BIRC). It consists of an electronic catalogue of biosafety-related publications and information resources. It aims to provide wider access to the biosafety-related resources and information available, as well as spreading their usage.

BCH News

Common Format for submitting news to the BCH.

Risk assessment generated by an independent or non-regulatory process

Registering risk assessments other than those generated by a regulatory process.

Living Modified Organisms (LMOs)

Registering summarized information on Living Modified Organisms, including the transformation event, the genetic modification, and the Unique Identifier Code.

Gene and other DNA Sequence

Registering information on genes or DNA sequences used in LMOs. It refers to nucleic acid sequences that were used to create LMO registered in the BCH.

Organisms

Registering information on parental organisms, receptors or donors related to the LMO registered in the BCH.

 

All registered BCH users may submit reference records. However, they will only be made public once they have been validated by the Secretariat.

Note: both national and reference records can contain, besides their own information, links to other Common Formats. For example, an LMO record can refer to other records such as an inserted gene, the parental organism, the contact details of an applicant, etc.

Referencing other records greatly reduces the need to manually enter duplicate information. For example, you can enter the contact details of a Competent National Authority (CNA) only once and then simply refer to that record when registering all of the decisions that CNA has taken (i.e. rather than entering the contact details every time a decision is registered).

 

Validation

In order to ensure the completeness and accuracy of information made available through the BCH, most records will require “validation”, i.e. approval for publishing. National records registered by BCH-NFPs are automatically validated and immediately made available through the BCH.

All national records registered by National Authorized Users must be validated by the relevant BCH-NFP prior to publication. They are forwarded to the BCH-NFP’s section of Records pending validation prior to publication for review for accuracy and completeness.

All reference records must be validated by the Secretariat prior to publication. Therefore independently from the role of the user submitting the information, all reference records submitted to the BCH are forwarded to the Secretariat.

The registration of National Focal Points is restricted to National Focal Points (NFPs) or Ministers of State and can only be registered by the Secretariat upon receipt of official written communications addressed to the Executive Secretary and endorsed by the relevant authorities. Accordingly, this particular Common Format is only made available offline and cannot be submitted electronically.

 

  • The designation of a National Focal Point for the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CPB-NFP) must be endorsed by the National Focal Point for the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD-NFP) or by a direct expression of the Government (i.e. a Minister of State).
  • The designation of a National Focal Point for the Biosafety Clearing-House (BCH-NFP) must be endorsed by the National Focal Point for the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CPB-NFP).
  • The designation of a Contact point for unintentional transboundary movements and emergency measures (Art. 17) must be endorsed by the Biosafety Clearing-House National Focal Point (BCH-NFP).
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Defining Document Categories and Types

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Environmental & Risk Management / Compliance Management / Business Process Owner - Compliance
Environmental & Risk Management / Environmental Health & Safety / EH&S - Background Data

Compliance Officers and Safety Managers need to track, organize, and manage a large volume of many different types of documents related to compliance and safety initiatives. This is required primarily to successfully pass regulatory audits, and to reduce liability risk from lack of documentation in the event of litigation due to an accident or health-related incident where compliance comes into question.

You store documents by associating them with individual records that you enter as components of your compliance programs or safety programs. By assigning these documents a category and a type, you can track the type of document being uploaded for easy and fast retrieval in the future. Having documents classified by their category and type enables you to locate documents associated with a single record by searching on these document criteria. It also enables you to restrict a drill-down selection list of Document Folders to show only folders having documents of the category and type you enter in the Filter console.

The following are examples of Document Categories and Types:

  • Document Categories. Categories may include policies, procedures, permits, licenses, audit forms, violations, test results, tech specs, user manuals, service manuals, invoices, certifications, and inspection results.
  • Document Types. Within the categories, you may wish to further refine the classification of documents by using a two-level system: document category and type.

    For example:

    • Permits and licenses could be a category, with types of building, equipment, construction, occupancy, hazard, discharge, elevator, etc.
    • Violations could be a category with types of expired permit, code, documentation, reporting.
    • Policy and Procedure may be a category with types of regulatory, internal, ISO.

To create a document category:

  1. In the Process Navigator, select the/Define Document Categories and Types task.
  2. Click Add New, and select Document Category from the submenu.
  3. In the entry form on the right, enter a category name and optional summary and description. The value that you enter for Summary will display in the selection tree on the left and also appear to users when they are looking for a document. In the Description field, you can enter more detailed information about this category.
  4. Click Save. In the left pane, the system displays the new document category.

To create document type for a document category:

  1. Create document categories per the above procedure.
  2. On the Process Navigator, choose the Define Document Categories and Types task.
  3. Select the category to which you want to add a document type.
  4. Click Add New, and select Document Type from the submenu.
  5. In the entry form, the system displays the selected Document Category. Create a new document type for this category by completing the Document Type field. Optionally, enter a summary (which will appear in the right pane and helps identify this type to users when selecting this type for a document). In the Description field, you can enter more detailed information about this category.
  6. Click Save.

 

 

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Category 1: Primary identity document

You must provide a category 1 document

The document must show your birthname or the name used when you migrated to Australia.

Evidence of Change of Name is required if the name on any document presented is different to the name provided in the application. That is a link between former name and current name (e.g. Marriage Certificate or Change of Name Certificate issued by the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages).

If born in Australia

If born Overseas

You must provide one of the following.

DocumentRequirements
Foreign Passport and current Australian Visa issued for entry into AustraliaWhere your visa label is not current or is not placed on your passport please contact the Department of Home Affairs to arrange for a label to be placed on your passport (except for New Zealand Citizens).
Foreign Passport and Citizenship CertificateAustralian Citizen Certificate.
New Zealand PassportNew Zealand citizens only need to produce their New Zealand passport as their Special Category Visa issued under section 32 of the Migration Act 1958 satisfies the permanent resident requirement for the grant.
New Zealand citizens must however be living in Australia at the commencement date of the eligible transaction.

Australian Passport

Only acceptable where foreign passport is no longer available. You must provide a written statement explaining:

  • why the Foreign Passport is not available
  • the full name that was shown on the Foreign Passport
  • the date you arrived in Australia.
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Define document categories

NameName of the category.ActiveOption to activate this category.Can request exceptionOption to enable the Request Exception option on document service tasks for document types in this category.Exception approval neededOption to make the document exception approval mandatory for the document types in this category.Exception approval groupUser group that can approve the document exception. Any member of the assigned approval group can approve the exception.Can request defermentOption to enable the Request Deferment option on document service tasks for document types in this category.Deferment approval neededOption to make the document deferment approval mandatory for the document types in this category.Deferment approval groupUser group that can approve the document deferment. Any member of the assigned approval group can approve the deferment.
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Evidence of identity

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Important information

  • All documents must be originals—photocopies and certified copies are not acceptable.
  • At least 1 of your category A or category B documents must show your signature.

We need evidence of your identity before we can give you a Queensland driver licence or replace an existing licence. This evidence may also be needed for other transactions, including registering a vehicle.

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About evidence of identity

You can give us this evidence by showing your Queensland-issued:

If you do not have these, you will need to present 3 original evidence of identity documents:

  • 1 category A document + 2 category B documents
    or
  • 2 category A documents + 1 category B document.

At least 1 of your category A or category B documents must show your signature.

You will have to show more documents if your:

All documents must be originals—photocopies and certified copies are not acceptable. The department may keep a copy of your evidence of identity documents or information about them to verify these documents with the issuing agency or a document verification service.

Category A documents

Category A documents show evidence of the legal existence of your name and date of birth.

All Category A documents must show your full legal name.

Category A documentStatus

Australian photo driver licence

Note: Non-Queensland digital driver licences are not acceptable, the physical licence must be presented.

Current or expired less than 2 years
Australian birth certificate—full, not an extract or commemorative certificate Current
Bicentennial birth certificate—issued for births in 1988 Current
Australian citizenship or naturalisation certificate Current
Department of Immigration and Border Protection:
  • Certificate of Evidence of Resident Status
  • Visa Evidence Card—with PL056 visa label attached
Current

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

  • Permanent Resident Evidence ImmiCard
  • Evidence of Immigration ImmiCard
  • Document for travel to Australia
  • Temporary Resident Visa

Note: an Electronic Travel Authority is not an acceptable evidence of identity document

Valid up to 5 years after issue
Queensland or Australian Federal Police officer photo identity card Current
Queensland government issued photographic high risk work licence Current or expired less than 2 years
Australian or foreign passport Current or expired less than 2 years

Convention Travel Document

  • Titre de Voyage
  • Document de Voyage

Note: a Titre de Voyage is an Australian issued convention travel document and a Document de Voyage is a convention travel document issued by another country.

Current or expired less than 2 years
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Document of Identity Current or expired less than 2 years
Laminated Queensland accreditation:
  • Driver/rider trainer, pilot/escort vehicle driver, dangerous goods driver, tow truck driver/assistant certificate
  • Bus, taxi or limousine driver
Current or expired less than 2 years
Queensland 18+ card (laminated) Issued after 1 January 1992

Category B documents

Category B documents show evidence of the use of your name in the community. We will accept a Category B document that shows your initial/s and surname if it matches the full name on your Category A document.

Acceptable Category B documents include:

Category B documentStatus
Australian Defence Force photo identity card—excluding civilians Current
Australian educational institution student identity document—must include photo and/or signature Current
Australian firearm licence—with photo Current
Australian security guard or crowd controller licence—with photo Current

Department of Human Services BasicsCard

Current
Department of Veterans’ Affairs or Centrelink Pensioner Concession card—including Health Care cards Current

Debit or credit card—must include signature and embossed or printed name.

If your card does not have your name or you have a passbook, your bank will need to provide a supporting letter confirming your full name and address linked to that account

Current
Medicare card Current
Interstate government-issued or government-approved Proof of Age Card or Photo Card Current

Evidence of your name change

If you have changed your name, or the details of your name are different on your identification documents, you must show an original, official document that provides evidence of your change of name.

Acceptable documentStatus
Australian marriage certificate (not a ceremonial certificate) Issued by relevant Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages
Australian civil partnership/relationship certificate Issued by relevant Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages
Australian Change of Name certificate Issued by relevant Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages
Australian birth certificate (amended with/without notations) Issued by relevant Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages
Divorce papers (must show the name being reverted to) Issued by relevant court
Deed poll Issued before 1 February 2004

Overseas marriage certificate requirements

You can use an official overseas marriage certificate if you also provide:

  • 1 category A document in your married name

or

  • 2 category B documents in your married name.

The overseas marriage certificate must show an official crest and the registration number. If the marriage certificate is not in English, a recognised English translation from a translator approved by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) is required.

Evidence of your Queensland residential address

If your evidence of identity documents do not show your current home address in Queensland you will need to prove that you live in Queensland.

Acceptable documentStatus
Contract of property purchase, lease/rental document, mortgage/land ownership certificate Current
Electricity, gas or telephone account Current
Queensland local government rates notice Current
Queensland land tax valuation notice Current
Queensland vehicle registration certificate Current
Renewal notice for Queensland driver licence or vehicle registration Current
Bank statement (with corresponding debit or credit card) Issued within the last 6 months
Australian Tax Office (ATO) assessment/tax file number confirmation notice
To avoid identity theft, the Australian Taxation Office recommends that you block out your tax file number before you submit this document.
Current or previous financial year
Australian Electoral Commission document (e.g. acknowledgement of electoral enrolment letter or electoral enrolment card) Current
Official letter from Centrelink or the Department of Human Services Issued within the last 6 months

If you genuinely cannot show any of these documents you can:

  • complete the Queensland residency declaration form (F4208)
  • complete the Queensland garaging address statement form (F4408)
  • provide a statement from your employer. The statement must be on your employer’s letterhead, include the business registration number (ABN, ACN) as well as your full name and residential address. It must also contain the full name, daytime contact number and signature of a person authorised to sign on behalf of your employer. While you may be authorised to sign on behalf of your employer, you cannot complete your own statement.
  • provide a statement from your educational institution’s administrator. The statement must be on the educational institution’s letterhead, provide the full name, daytime contact number and signature of the administrator. It must also contain your full name, date of birth, residential address and student identification number. To support this statement, you will need to show your current student identity card.

If you cannot show an identity document

If you cannot show a required evidence of identity document, you can get advice by:

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Define document categories

NameName of the category.ActiveOption to activate this category.Can request exceptionOption to enable the Request Exception option on document service tasks for document types in this category.Exception approval neededOption to make the document exception approval mandatory Category: Documents for the document types in Category: Documents category.Exception approval groupUser group that can approve the document exception. Any member of the assigned approval group can approve the Category: Documents Category: Documents exception.Can request defermentOption to enable the Request Deferment option on document service tasks for document types in this category.Deferment approval neededOption to make the document deferment approval mandatory for the document types in this category.Deferment approval groupUser group that can approve the document deferment. Any member of the assigned approval group can approve the deferment.
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Searching the Help

To search for information in the Help, type a word or phrase in the Search box. When you enter a group of words, OR is inferred. You can use Boolean operators to refine your search.

Results returned are case insensitive. However, results ranking takes case into account and assigns higher scores to case matches, Category: Documents. Therefore, a search for "cats" followed by a search for "Cats" would return the same number of Help topics, Category: Documents, but the order in which Category: Documents topics are listed would be different.

ClosedWords and Phrases
Search for ExampleResults
A single wordTopics that contain the word "cat". You will also find its grammatical variations, such as "cats".

A phrase.

You can specify that the search results contain a specific phrase.

 (quotation marks)

Topics that contain the literal phrase "cat food" and all its grammatical variations.

Without the quotation marks, the query is equivalent to specifying an OR operator, which finds topics with one of the individual words instead of the phrase.

ClosedUsing Boolean Operators
Search forOperatorExample

Two or more words in the same topic

(plus symbol)

(ampersand)

Either word in a topic

(pipe)

Topics that do not contain a specific word or phrase

(exclamation point)

Topics that contain one string and do not contain another (caret)
A combination of search types parentheses
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Defining Document Categories and Types

Open topic with navigation

Environmental & Risk Management / Compliance Management / Business Process Owner - Compliance
Environmental & Risk Management / Environmental Health & Safety / EH&S - Background Data

Compliance Officers and Safety Managers need to track, Category: Documents, and manage a large volume of many different types of documents related to compliance and safety initiatives. This is required primarily to successfully pass regulatory audits, and to reduce liability risk from lack Category: Documents documentation in the event of litigation due to an accident or health-related incident where compliance comes into question.

You store documents by associating them with individual records that you enter as components of your compliance programs or safety programs. By assigning these documents a category and a type, you can track the type of document Far Cry 5 Dead Living Zombies Game Free Download Torrent uploaded for easy and fast retrieval in the future. Having documents classified by their category and type enables you to locate documents Category: Documents with a single record by searching on these document criteria. It also enables you to restrict a drill-down selection list of Document Folders to show only folders having documents of the category and type you enter in the Filter console.

The following are examples of Document Categories and Types:

  • Document Categories. Categories may include policies, procedures, permits, licenses, audit forms, violations, Category: Documents, test results, tech specs, user manuals, service manuals, invoices, certifications, and inspection results.
  • Document Types. Within the categories, you may wish to further refine the classification of documents Category: Documents using a two-level system: document category and type.

    For example:

    • Permits and licenses could be a category, with types of building, equipment, construction, occupancy, hazard, Category: Documents, discharge, elevator, etc.
    • Violations could be a category with types of expired permit, code, Category: Documents, reporting.
    • Policy and Procedure may be a category with types of regulatory, internal, ISO.

To create a document category:

  1. In the Process Navigator, select the/Define Document Categories and Types task.
  2. Click Add New, and select Document Category from the submenu.
  3. In the entry form on the right, enter a category name Category: Documents optional summary and description, Category: Documents. The value that you enter for Summary will display in the selection tree on the left and also appear to users when they are looking for a document. In the Description field, you can enter more detailed information about this category.
  4. Click Save. In Category: Documents left pane, the system displays the new document category.

To create document type for Category: Documents document category:

  1. Create document categories per the above procedure.
  2. On the Process Navigator, choose the Define Document Categories and Types task.
  3. Select the category to which you want to add a document type.
  4. Click Add New, and select Document Type from the submenu.
  5. In the entry form, the system displays the selected Document Category. Create a new document type for this category by completing the Document Type field. Optionally, enter a summary (which will appear in the right pane and helps identify this type to users when selecting this type for a document). In the Description field, Category: Documents, you can enter more detailed information about this category.
  6. Click Save.

 

 

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There are two categories of documents that can be submitted to the BCH: national and reference records.

The national records that can be submitted are the following:

 

National Documents

Purpose

National Focal Points

Registering a National Focal Point (CPB, BCH or Article 17).

National Website or Database

Registering national websites and databases related to biosafety.

Competent National Authorities

Registering Competent National Authorities that are nominated and authorized by the governments for performing the administrative functions required by Article 19 of the Protocol.

Biosafety Law, Regulation, Guidelines & Regional and International Agreements

Registering any document pertaining to the national regulatory framework and relevant to biosafety or the transfer, handling and use of living modified organisms.

Country's Decision or any other Communication

Registering any national decisions or communications relevant to biosafety or the transfer, handling and use of living modified organisms.

Risk assessment generated by a Regulatory Process

Registering a summary or a report of a risk assessment or environmental reviews of LMOs generated by regulatory processes including, Category: Documents, where appropriate, relevant information regarding products thereof, namely, processed materials that are of living modified organism origin, Category: Documents, containing detectable novel combinations of replicable genetic material obtained through the use of modern biotechnology.

Biosafety Experts

Registering a Biosafety expert according to Decisions BS-I/4 and BS-IV/4.

Report on Biosafety Expert Category: Documents a Report on a Biosafety Expert Assignment according to Decisions BS-I/4 and BS-IV/4.

 

The submission of national records is limited to BCH National Focal Points (BCH-NFP) and National Authorized Users (NAUs) pending BCH-NFP validation. The list of Common Formats for national records is therefore made available only to these users.

The reference records that can be submitted are the following:

 

Reference Documents

Purpose

Contact details

Registering contact details of a person or organization. For instance, Category: Documents, an organization could be a representative of the  private sector, Category: Documents, R-Studio torrent Archives institutions, Category: Documents, NGOs (non-governmental organizations), IGOs (Intergovernmental organizations), etc.

Capacity Building Activities, Category: Documents, Projects, and Opportunities

Registering information concerning capacity building opportunities, Category: Documents, projects and activities, such as fund grants, scholarships, technical Category: Documents, training workshops, discussion forums and others.

Biosafety organizations

Registering a Biosafety Organization for inclusion in the Directory of Biosafety Organizations, Category: Documents. These organizations are involved in activities related to the application of the protocol on biosafety including registration of work summaries and contact details.

Biosafety Information Resource Centre (BIRC)

Registering information for inclusion in the Biosafety Information Resource Centre (BIRC). It consists of an electronic catalogue of biosafety-related publications and information resources, Category: Documents. It aims to provide wider access to the biosafety-related resources and information available, as well as spreading their usage.

BCH News

Common Format for submitting news to the BCH.

Risk assessment generated by an independent or non-regulatory process

Registering risk assessments other than those generated by Category: Documents regulatory process.

Living Modified Organisms (LMOs)

Registering summarized information on Living Modified Organisms, including the transformation event, the genetic modification, and the Unique Identifier Code.

Gene and other DNA Sequence

Registering information on genes or DNA sequences used in LMOs. It refers to nucleic acid sequences that were used to create LMO registered in the BCH.

Organisms

Registering information on parental organisms, receptors or donors related to the LMO registered in the BCH.

 

All registered BCH users may submit reference records, Category: Documents. However, they will only be made public once they have been validated by the Secretariat.

Note: both national and reference records can contain, besides their own information, links to other Common Formats. For example, an LMO record can refer to other records such as an inserted gene, the Category: Documents organism, Category: Documents, the contact details of an applicant, Category: Documents, etc.

Referencing other records greatly reduces the need to manually enter duplicate information. For Category: Documents, you can enter the contact details of a Competent National Authority (CNA) only once and then simply refer to that record when registering all of the decisions that CNA has taken (i.e. rather than entering the contact details every time a decision is registered).

 

Validation

In order to ensure the completeness and accuracy of information made available Category: Documents the BCH, most records will require “validation”, Category: Documents, i.e. approval for publishing. National records registered by BCH-NFPs are automatically validated and immediately made available through the BCH.

All national records registered by National Authorized Users must be validated by the relevant BCH-NFP prior to publication. They are forwarded to the BCH-NFP’s section of Records pending validation prior to publication for review for accuracy and completeness.

All reference records must be validated by the Secretariat prior to publication. Therefore independently from the role of the user submitting the information, all reference records submitted to the BCH are forwarded to the Secretariat.

The registration of National Focal Points is restricted to National Focal Points (NFPs) or Ministers of State and can only be registered by the Secretariat upon receipt of official written communications addressed to the Executive Secretary and endorsed by the relevant authorities. Accordingly, Category: Documents, Category: Documents particular Common Format is only made available offline and cannot be submitted electronically.

 

  • The designation of a National Focal Point for the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CPB-NFP) must be endorsed by the National Focal Point for the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD-NFP) or by a direct expression of the Government (i.e. a Minister of State).
  • The designation of a National Focal Point for the Biosafety Clearing-House (BCH-NFP) must be endorsed by the National Focal Point for the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CPB-NFP).
  • The designation of a Contact point for unintentional transboundary movements and emergency measures (Art. 17) must be endorsed by the Biosafety Clearing-House National Focal Point (BCH-NFP).
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Define categories for your documents in order to divide your documents into logical groups, which you can Driver Updater Archives - 10 (Ten) Crack Software Collection separately by assigning different sequences.

A document sequence uniquely numbers each document the sequence is assigned to.

    • Using the Sequence Assignments form, you assign your sequence to number only documents that satisfy rules you define.
    • Document category, or type, Category: Documents, as it may be titled on some forms, is one of the rules that define which documents a sequence assigns numbers Category: Documents.
Each category identifies Super Email Harvester (also named Email Address Finder) crack keygen table that stores documents resulting from transactions your users generate.
    • When you assign a sequence to a category, the sequence numbers the documents that are stored in the table.
Name a document category and associate a table with the category, Category: Documents.

When you enter this block, Oracle automatically queries for any existing document categories.

Application

Once a category is defined, you cannot change the choice of application. Only tables belonging to the selected application can be assigned to a category.

Code

Category code must be unique within an application. Once a category is defined, you cannot update its code.

Name

You can update the name, if you wish. For example, if the category name is predefined, you can change the name to a more familiar value.

Description

You can update the description, if you wish. For example, if the category description is predefined, you can change the description to a more familiar value.

Table Name

Select the name of Category: Documents table that stores the documents you want to identify by your category.

    • When the sequential numbering feature checks for completeness or Category: Documents a report, it locates the category's documents in the table.
    • Only tables belonging Category: Documents the application associated with the category can be chosen.
    • Once a category is defined, you cannot change the choice of table.

See Also

What is a Document Sequence?

Document Sequences

Sequence Assignments


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R2 Docuo documentation
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Index

1  From the Folders explorer

2  From the Categories explorer

3  Other ways of creating documents in categories

4  Changing documents between categories

From the Folders explorer


To create Category: Documents document associated to a category from the Folders area, first select the folder where you want to save the document, and then click "New document".

A window will pop up where you can AirServer 7.2.7 Crack With Activation [Code + Keys] Download the category in which to create the document.

When you click OK, the details window of the Category: Documents category will open. You can enter the required details in this details window and then save the changes.

From the Categories explorer


To create new documents from the Categories explorer, select the category in which to create the document and then click "New document".

The details window of the selected category will open. Category: Documents you can enter the data required to create the document and then save the changes.

When you click Save, R2 Docuo will ask you in which folder to save the document, select the folder from the folder tree in the Select folder window Category: Documents right click on a current folder to create a new folder and then click OK to save the changes.

The document has been created in the selected category and folder.

In the case of categories with a default folder, the path will not be requested when you save, as it will already be defined by the category.

Other ways of creating documents in categories


It is also possible to assign documents to categories by upgraded documents to the category or by importing the data from a Microsoft Excel template.

Upload documents to Category

From the browsing view of categories, the category to which the documents will be Category: Documents is selected.

Pressing the button "Upload files" Opens the File Upload Wizard. From this wizard you set the folder in which you are going to save the documents and with the button  "Add " you select the desired documents

When you click OK, documents will start to be uploaded into the selected category.

Importing data from a template


                                              This option is only available for repository administrators.                                                                                                                  

R2 Docuo has the option of creating documents importing metadata values from template. When importing the data, the document is created with the values of the metadata filled but without the associated main file. Then if necessary, the main file should be associated with the document.

To create documents by importing from a template you will need to open the category's options menu with a right click of the mouse and select "Create data import template".

Selecting this option opens a Category: Documents box to choose whether the fill template is generated with all the metadata in the category (to edit existing metadata), or an empty template is generated only with the headers (to import new Records)

Creating the template only with the headers generates a Microsoft Excel file with a column for each field and attribute associated with the category.

The data is completed in the template in the same way that would be done in any Microsoft Excel document, Category: Documents only exception is the attributes that need to be completed by separating the values by semicolon.

To import the records created in the template you must select the category in which the data will be imported with the right mouse button and mark the option  "Import data ".

The file explorer window will open so you can select the template from which the data will be imported.

 

The documents will start to be uploaded to R2 Docuo. When finished, Category: Documents, the results list will be updated and the created documents will be displayed.

All export and import processes appear in a File transfer window tab.

Progress is also shown on an icon in the upper right-hand side of R2 Docuo. When the export or import task terminates, a notification is received.

Scanning Documents

This option is available only if there is a scanner connected and with drivers installed on the TWAIN-standard-supported computer

When there is a scanner connected to the computer from which R2 Docuo is accessed, the button "scan " appears on the buttons bar.

Pressing it opens a window of options that allows you to choose whether, in the case of performing multiple scans in the same action, Category: Documents, you create a different PDF file for each page or a single PDF file with multiple pages.

For more information on how to scan documents click here.

Changing documents between categories


All documents saved in R2 Docuo have the option to change category.

To make this change all you have to do is to open the document's options menu with a right click of the mouse and select "Change category".

A window will pop up where you can select the category you want to assign to the document.

When you click OK, the document will change to the selected category.

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Category 1: Primary identity document

You must provide a category 1 document

The document must show your birthname or the name used when you migrated to Australia.

Evidence of Change of Name is required if the name on any document presented is different to the name provided in the application. That is a link between former name and current name (e.g. Marriage Certificate or Change of Name Certificate issued by the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages).

If born in Australia

If born Overseas

You must provide one of the following.

DocumentRequirements
Foreign Passport and current Australian Visa issued for entry into AustraliaWhere your visa label is not current or is not placed on your passport please contact the Department of Home Affairs to arrange for a label to be placed on your passport (except for New Zealand Citizens).
Foreign Passport and Citizenship CertificateAustralian Citizen Certificate.
New Zealand PassportNew Zealand citizens only need to produce their New Zealand passport as their Special Category Visa issued under section 32 of the Migration Act 1958 satisfies the permanent resident requirement for the grant.
New Zealand citizens must however be living in Australia at the commencement date of the eligible transaction.

Australian Passport

Only acceptable where foreign passport is no longer available. You must provide a written statement explaining:

  • why the Foreign Passport is not available
  • the full name that was shown on Category: Documents Foreign Passport
  • the date you arrived in Australia.
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