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Ceasul (din slavonă èasŭ, oră) este un instrument de măsurare a timpului. În mod normal, termenul ceas se referă la un dispozitiv ce indică ora exactă conform unui standard de timp, iar termenul cronometru pentru un dispozitiv ce măsoară durate de timp. Prin extensie, termenl ceas se utilizează și pentru dispozitive ce recepționează indică ora exactă transmisă de un dispozitiv aflat la distanță.
On ceas de dimensiuni mari, fixat în locuri publice (pe fațada unei clădiri sau pe un turn) ori pe un perete interior și prevăzut, de regulă, cu un mecanism sonor, care anunță principalele unități de timp se numește orologiu.
A clock is an instrument used for indicating and maintaining the time and passage thereof. The word clock is derived ultimately (via Dutch, Northern French, and Medieval Latin) from the Celtic words clagan and clocca meaning "bell". For horologists and other specialists the term clock continues to mean exclusively a device with a striking mechanism for announcing intervals of time acoustically, by ringing a bell, a set of chimes, or a gong. A silent instrument lacking such a mechanism has traditionally been known as a timepiece. In general usage today, however, a "clock" refers to any device for measuring and displaying the time which, unlike a watch, is not worn on the person.
Municipalities must adopt the CEAS program for use in their jurisdiction before businesses can enroll in the program and receive ID cards. Local authorities participating in the program typically implement CEAS following an emergency once immediate threats to life are stabilized.
The CEAS program helps businesses mitigate damage and loss resulting from a disaster or emergency, by allowing businesses rapid access to restricted areas following emergency events.
Participating businesses select a pre-determined number of employees to receive CEAS access ID cards based on total employee population. These critical employees can quickly get back to work, assess damages and ensure their companies' viability, continuity and recovery.
By allowing safe and secure emergency access, CEAS gives businesses the opportunity to put a sound emergency management plan in place. Not only does this ensure the rapid recovery of essential operations, but CEAS also provides businesses with the ability to retrieve assets left behind in an emergency such as securities and other valuables; vital records, hardware and critical equipment; and core IT systems. Access also enables these designated employe