Definitions for "Resource management"
A NHS Project which sought to introduce computer systems into acute hospitals to help manage costs, including nursing staff costs.
Efficient incident management requires a system for identifying available resources at all jurisdictional levels to enable timely and unimpeded access to resources needed to prepare for, respond to, or recover from an incident. Resource management under the NIMS includes mutual-aid agreements; the use of special Federal, State, local, and tribal teams; and resource mobilization protocols.
Management of resources or use of resources.
The planning, allocating and scheduling of resources to task s, generally including manpower, machine ( plant and equipment), money, and material Resource Management typically covers resource allocation and its impact on schedule s and budget s, as well as resource leveling and smoothing. [D03763] CRMP
Those actions taken by a government to: identify sources and obtain resources needed to support disaster response activities; coordinate the supply, allocation, distribution, and delivery of resources so that they arrive where and when most needed; and maintain accountability for the resources used (FEMA definition).
A breakdown of the functional areas for each department and an allocation of City resources to those functional areas.
an interdisciplinary program offered by the Departments of Anthropology, Economics, and Geography and Land Studies, leading to a Master of Science degree
The exploration of approaches to safeguard the future of renewable resources and uphold the principle of sustained yield, including the introduction of enforcement restraints and technical practices.
use of natural resources, in particular the basic resources of water, air, soil, and energy; a main concern for environmental engineering
A combination of conservation practices identified by the primary use of land or water that, if installed, will at a minimum protect the resource base by meeting tolerable soil losses, maintaining acceptable water quality in the environment and quality in the standard of living.
The handling of all materials as being of inherent value. The placement of all or any material in a re-use hierarchy.
Controlling and running resources in a planned and responsible way.