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18:44 Apr 10, 2018
Greek to English translations [PRO] Medical (general)
Greek term or phrase:εντολή δρομολογίου
αντίγραφο της εντολής δροµολογίου από τον υπεύθυνο του γραφείου κίνησης. Στο έντυπο αυτό ο οδηγός πρέπει να καταγράψει όλα τα απαραίτητα στοιχεία πριν, κατά τη διάρκεια και στο τέλος του δροµολογίου όπου και θα το παραδώσει στο φυλάκιο
As you will see, when referring specifically to patients it talks about 'patient transport'. It shows the kind of eligibility criteria that hospital staff have to consider when requesting/booking/patient transport, who has to give approval, etc. The appendices show you examples of booking forms etc. If your context refers purely to patient transport, this is the kind of form the Hospital Transport Department may have received in which case you may be talking about 'booking a journey'/'requesting/authorising patient transport' etc.
If, however, your context is talking about the itineraries given by the Transport Department to the drivers then it is likely to be a different instruction or form, especially if it is not referring to patient transport. Other links I have found also mention a driver's schedule eg. http://www.tsft.nhs.uk/patients-and-visitors/patient-transpo...
Am I right to assume that this relates to hospital transport for patients being admitted/discharged? Or does it refer to the transporting of eg. blood, tests, organs/transplants etc? Might help determine whether it’s referring to a transport schedule or to a booking form used to process a request for patient transport (for patients such a booking form would need to be filled in by eg. ward staff when organising hospital transport when eg. discharging a patient). In the UK these forms include eligibility criteria for hospital transport, eg. health reasons and because no other transport options are available.
Journey log. (a) An operator shall retain the following information for each flight in the form of a journey log: 1. aeroplane registration; 2. date; 3. name(s) of crew member(s); 4. duty assignment of crew member(s); 5. place of departure; 6. place of arrival; 7. time of departure (off-block time); 8. time of arrival (on-block time);
Flying - EASA Journey Log requirements - EuroGA.org https://www.euroga.org/forums/flying/4922-easa-journey-log-r...
30 Sep 2013 - 10 posts - 6 authors
I have just read elsewhere that this is mandatory for France. Does anybody know anything about this? The EASA "OPS" regs (see e.g. here) also require a "journey log", so maybe France has implemented this ahead of time. As it happens, I have been keeping such a logbook since 2002. It lists all flights,
PDF]Journey Log Guidelines - Department of Agriculture https://www.agriculture.gov.ie/media/migration/.../JourneyLo...
Journey Log Guidelines. A requirement of Council Regulation (EC) 1 of 2005 on the protection of animals during transport and related operations for long journeys (over 8 hours in duration) is that a journey log accompanies the consignment from the place of departure to the place of final destination. The journey log ...
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