Definitions for "Action Plan"
Any tactical plan developed by any element of ICS in support of the incident action plan. see also: Incident Action Plan
A component of IRP, describing utility actions in the short-term (about two years) to meet the supply and demand objectives of the integrated resource plan.
a plan to determine what information is missing or pending, where and when to collect this information, and who will need the information
a contract that you make with yourself that identifies those steps you agree to take in an effort to alleviate loneliness
a written, step-by-step approach to solving a financial problem
Proposals for action toward identified results. Often in the form of a list of steps required, who should take them and when.
a set of instructions on how to handle any signal, which is logged into the system
The product of the root cause analysis which identifies the strategies that an organization intends to implement to reduce the risk of similar events occurring in the future. The plan should address responsibility for implementation, oversight, pilot testing as appropriate, time lines, and strategies for measuring the effectiveness of the actions.
A document for a regular education student, which is issued by the Instructional Support Team. It is used to document those strategies and modifications, which are useful for the child to be successful in the regular education classroom setting.
Keywords:  haccp, devise, guidance, manual, safety
The documented record of actions to be completed by the person using this guidance manual in order to devise a HACCP based food safety management system.
an important tool used to help a couple specify activities and skills learned to start and maintain abstinence and relationship improvement
an overview of your project, including the specific learning activities you will do
a new blueprint for a concerted approach to turning school travel around, using management measures plus curriculum support
an important outcome of the negotiations
This important component of the AAC decision-making process is developed by the AAC team and specifies who is going to do what and by when.
a specific, written description of problems and solutions-it can and should be changed to correspond with changes in the workplace
A document used to guide the implementation of business process improvements. It contains task assignments, schedules, resource allocations, assignments, and evaluation criteria.
a way to make sure your organization's vision is made concrete
Generated by a student's teachers and other relevant parties, this document organizes the process of addressing student need by identifying who is going to do what and by when.