uitgeschreven (in context)

English translation: h: fully detailed - (as described...)

Dutch term or phrase:uitgeschreven (in context)
English translation:h: fully detailed - (as described...)
Entered by: Ken Cox

16:52 Apr 25, 2005
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Dutch term or phrase: uitgeschreven (in context)
Context: Belgian (Flemish) Veiligheidssysteemhandboek.

In the chapter titled Veiligheidsmanagementprogramma's, there is a section headed Verantwoordelijkheden with the following paragraph:

Het uitwerken van een globaal actieplan met betrekking tot preventie en bescherming op het werk is de verantwoordelijkheid van de Directeur-generaal. Hij wordt in die taak uiteraard bijgestaan door zijn diensthoofd van de Interne Dienst PBW.

This is immediately followed by the following paragraph under the heading Criteria:

De uitgeschreven activiteiten die onderdeel zijn van het globaal actieplan vormen in feite het veiligheidssysteem handboek.

This is preceded by the following paragraph
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h: fully detailed - (as described...)

Helping you out with the meaning of 'uitgeschreven' here: the activities as described in the document

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