AND STANDARDS Sample Clauses

AND STANDARDS. The Supplier shall be responsible for obtaining and maintaining all licences, authorisations, consents or permits required in relation to the performance of its obligations under this Framework Agreement and any Call-Off Agreement.
AND STANDARDS. 6.1 The Subscriber shall at all times ensure that the Products are produced, sold or otherwise disposed of, supplied, used and maintained and that the Services are provided by or for the Subscriber in accordance and full compliance with all licences, permits, legislations, registrations, regulations, restrictions, standards and codes applicable in the Territory under which the Subscriber or as the case may be its Affiliates, its suppliers, its contractors, sub-contractors or its or their employees or its or their agents are or may be lawfully required to operate in relation to the production, sale, supply, disposition, use and maintenance of the Products and the provision of the Services as any of the same may be in force or applicable from time to time during the term of this Agreement.
AND STANDARDS. The following is a list of documents, specifications or standards that will apply to the work performed within the scope of this proposal or any contract arising from this proposal. Any deviation from these documents, specifications or standards shall be stated in this proposal and shall form part of any contract arising from this proposal.
AND STANDARDS. External References [1] Act No 47 of 1999 National Nuclear Regulator Act [Public Document – not supplied] [2] Act 85 of 1993 Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) [Public Document – not supplied] [3] Act 102 of 1980 National Key Points Act [Public Document – not supplied] [4] Act 130 of 1993 Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases [5] ASTM E741 – 00 Standard Test Method for Determining Air Change in a Single Zone by Means of a Tracer Gas Dilution [Public Document – not supplied] [6] U.S. NRC RG 1.183 Alternative Radiological Source Terms for Evaluating Design Basis Accidents at Nuclear Power Reactors [Public Document – not supplied] [7] U.S. NRC RG 1.196 Control Room Habitability at Light-Water Nuclear Power Reactors [Public Document – not supplied] [8] U.S. NRC RG 1.197 Demonstrating Control Room Envelope Integrity at Nuclear Power Reactors [Public Document – not supplied] Internal References Health, Safety, Environment and Quality [9] 32-95 Rev 8 Occupational Health and Safety Incident Management Procedure [10] 32-136 Rev 4 Contractor Health and Safety Requirements [11] 32-421 Rev 1 Eskom Cardinal Rules [12] 238-102 Nuclear Safety Level 2 Supplier Quality Management Requirements [13] 238-106 Rev 1 Appendix A QMS Associated Doc 238-102 [14] KAA-688 Rev 17 The Corrective Action Process Access Control [15] 335-68 Rev 2 Fitness for Duty Process for Contractors who are Required to Perform Work inside the Owner Controlled Area of KNPS [16] KAA-777 Rev 5 Process for Access to KNPS [17] KSA-062 Rev 7 Reactor Building Access Requirements Project Management [18] KAA-667 Rev 7 Processing a Permit to Work [19] KAA-721 Rev 8 Online Work Management Process Engineering [20] DSG-317-094 Rev 4a Specifications for Chemical Products & Materials Used at KNPS [21] KFA-002 Rev 9 Project Engineering Work Plan Template [22] L4.58.04 Control Room Habitability Tracer Gas Inleakage Testing Report [23] SGR1224/16 URS for Control Room Envelope (CRE) Unfiltered Inleakage Measurement for Eskom Koeberg Nuclear Power Station
AND STANDARDS. PRI in its performance hereunder shall comply with all specifications and quality control standards set forth in Schedule A and Schedule D, attached hereto and made a part hereof ("specifications"). If PRI shall fail to meet such specifications with respect to any Cups, such Cups shall be returned PRI at PRI's sole expense and PRI shall, within thirty (30) days of its receipt of such defective Cups, either replace such Cups or refund (or credit) the entire amount of any base price paid for such Cups.
AND STANDARDS. 3.1. Goodwill Associated With Licensor's Trademark and Trade Dress. Licensee acknowledges that Licensor has valuable goodwill and other rights in the Licensed Marks and Licensor's Trade Dress. Licensee agrees that it shall not at any time do or cause to be done directly or indirectly any act contesting, or in any way impairing any part of the Licensor's right, title or interest in the Licensed Marks and Licensor's Trade Dress. Without limiting the foregoing, Licensee shall during the term of this Agreement use reasonable efforts to ensure that use of the Licensed Marks and Licensor's Trade Dress is in accordance with use which is to the best advantage and protection of Licensor's goodwill in Licensed Marks and said Trade Dress.
AND STANDARDS. Storeman Services:  Qualifications: - Grade 12 - SAP Materials Management - Overhead Crane or Forklift LicenceRelated Experience A minimum of 6 months storeman experience in a materials management / warehouse environmentSkills and Competencies - Stores Layout, design and perform warehouse activities which include receiving functions, storage functions and issuing functions - Required to perform binning, labelling of spares, bin locations and conducting daily counts where required - Conduct preservation activities on materials ready for binning - Management and controlling of refurbishable materials (Labelling and Marking) - Compliance with Eskom audit requirement, procedures and guidelines - Documentation and archiving of Hazchem sheets, Guarantees and material safety data sheet - Operate the materials handling equipment as and when requires ( Must have valid driver’s license as per OHS Act requirements) - Adhere to the OHS Act and Health and Safety regulations - Perform other administrative activities Material Resource Planner (MRP) services:  Qualifications: - National Diploma : Commerce or related - SAP MM  Related Experience A minimum of 6 months continuous experience in a materials management / warehouse environment  Skills and Competencies - MRP required to create and update MRP1-4 views, purchasing, plant data storage and accounting views for all newly completed catalogued materials - Conducts inventory parameters and data maintenance - Optimisation of stock levels by revising the re-order points and order quantities in collaboration with end-user - Provide customer service and material availability to the end-user - Adheres to the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS Act) activities - Assist with identification of obsolete materials in collaboration with end-user as per policy - Identify possible materials for possible spares contracts - In collaboration with Kriel Power Station Finance obtain pricing value from contractors/GCD finance - Perform expediting of contract releases/Purchase Order overdue Expeditor / Principle Clerk / Admin Support services:  Qualifications: - Grade 12 - Office Administration Certificate or higher  Related Experience A minimum of 6 months continuous experience in a materials management / warehouse environment  Skills and Competencies - Perform Administrative duties - Perform secretarial administrative duties - Facilitates basic human resources administrative - Warehouse operational activities - Maintains ...
AND STANDARDS. The Supplier shall be responsible for obtaining and maintaining all licences, authorisations, consents or permits required in relation to the performance of its obligations under this Framework Agreement and any Call-Off Agreement. The Supplier shall comply with the Standards in performing its obligations under this Framework Agreement and as set out in Schedule 13.

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  • Design Criteria and Standards All PROJECTS/SERVICES shall be performed in accordance with instructions, criteria and standards set forth by the DIRECTOR.

  • Compliance with Data Privacy and Security Laws and Standards Contractor shall comply with all applicable State and federal data privacy and data security laws, rules, and regulations.

  • Compliance with Standards Competitive Supplier agrees that it will comply with the applicable provisions of M.G.L. c. 25A, § 11F, § 11 F1/2, and any regulations, orders or policies adopted pursuant thereto.

  • Regulatory Requirements and Governing Law 43 14.1 Regulatory Requirements. 43 14.2 Governing Law 44 ARTICLE 15. NOTICES 44 15.1 General. 44 15.2 Billings and Payments. 44 15.3 Alternative Forms of Notice 44 15.4 Operations and Maintenance Notice 44 ARTICLE 16. FORCE MAJEURE 45 16.1 Force Majeure 45 ARTICLE 17. DEFAULT 45 17.1 Default. 45 ARTICLE 18. INDEMNITY, CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AND INSURANCE 46 18.1 Indemnity. 46 18.2 No Consequential Damages. 47 18.3 Insurance 47 ARTICLE 19. ASSIGNMENT 49 19.1 Assignment. 49 ARTICLE 20. SEVERABILITY 49 20.1 Severability. 49 ARTICLE 21. COMPARABILITY 50 21.1 Comparability. 50 ARTICLE 22. CONFIDENTIALITY 50 22.1 Confidentiality. 50 ARTICLE 23. ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES 53 23.1 Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner Notice 53 ARTICLE 24. INFORMATION REQUIREMENT 53 24.1 Information Acquisition. 53 24.2 Information Submission by Connecting Transmission Owner 54 24.3 Updated Information Submission by Developer 54 24.4 Information Supplementation 54 ARTICLE 25. INFORMATION ACCESS AND AUDIT RIGHTS 55 25.1 Information Access. 55 25.2 Reporting of Non-Force Majeure Events. 55 25.3 Audit Rights. 56 25.4 Audit Rights Periods. 56 25.5 Audit Results. 56 ARTICLE 26. SUBCONTRACTORS 56 26.1 General. 56 26.2 Responsibility of Principal. 57 26.3 No Limitation by Insurance 57 ARTICLE 27. DISPUTES 57 27.1 Submission 57 27.2 External Arbitration Procedures. 57 27.3 Arbitration Decisions. 58 27.4 Costs. 58 27.5 Termination 58 ARTICLE 28. REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES AND COVENANTS 58 28.1 General. 58 ARTICLE 29. MISCELLANEOUS 59 29.1 Binding Effect. 59 29.2 Conflicts. 59 29.3 Rules of Interpretation 59 29.4 Compliance 60 29.5 Joint and Several Obligations. 60 29.6 Entire Agreement. 60 29.7 No Third Party Beneficiaries. 60 29.8 Waiver 60 29.9 Headings. 61 29.10 Multiple Counterparts. 61 29.11 Amendment. 61 29.12 Modification by the Parties. 61 29.13 Reservation of Rights. 61 29.14 No Partnership 62 29.15 Other Transmission Rights. 62 Appendices STANDARD LARGE GENERATOR INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT THIS STANDARD LARGE GENERATOR INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) is made and entered into this 17th day of April 2013, by and among Erie Boulevard Hydropower, LP (a limited partnership subsidiary of Brookfield Renewable Power), a company organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York (“Developer” with a Large Generating Facility), the New York Independent System Operator, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York (“NYISO”), and Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation d/b/a National Grid, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York (“Connecting Transmission Owner”). Developer, the NYISO, or Connecting Transmission Owner each may be referred to as a “Party” or collectively referred to as the “Parties.”

  • Ethical Standards Subrecipient represents that it has not: (a) provided an illegal gift or payoff to any City officer or employee, or former City officer or employee, or to any relative or business entity of a City officer or employee, or relative or business entity of a former City officer or employee; (b) retained any person to solicit or secure this contract upon an agreement or understanding for a commission, percentage, brokerage or contingent fee, other than bona fide employees of bona fide commercial agencies established for the purpose of securing business; (c) breached any of the ethical standards set forth in State statute or Durham City’s Ethics, Gifts and Honoraria ordinance (Chapter 2.07, Durham City Code of Ordinances, 2001); or (d) knowingly influenced, and hereby promises that it will not knowingly influence, any City officer or employee or former City officer or employee to breach any of the ethical standards set forth in State statute or Durham City ordinances.

  • MAINTENANCE OF STANDARDS The Employer agrees that all conditions of employment in his individual operation relating to wages, guaranteed hours of work, overtime differentials and general working conditions shall be maintained at not less than the highest standards in effect at the time of the signing of this Agreement, and the conditions of employment shall be improved whenever specific provisions for improvement are made elsewhere in this Agreement. It is agreed that the provisions of this Article shall not apply to inadvertent or bona fide errors made by the Employer or the Union. Any disagreement between the Local Union and the Employer, with respect to this matter, shall be subject to the grievance procedure. This provision does not give the Employer the right to impose or continue wages and hours less than those contained in this Agreement.

  • Compliance with Laws, Rules and Regulations Lessee, at Lessee's sole cost and expense (except as provided in Section 2.04 hereof), shall comply with all laws, ordinances, orders, rules and regulations now in effect or enacted subsequent to the date hereof by state, federal, municipal or other agencies or bodies having jurisdiction over Lessee or the use, condition and occupancy of the Leased Premises except that Lessor shall be responsible for construction of the Lessee Improvements in compliance therewith as of the Commencement Date, including, but not limited to, compliance with the ADA as to the Building, but excluding the interior of the Leased Premises which is Lessee's responsibility. Lessee will comply with the rules and regulations of the Building adopted by Lessor which are set forth on a schedule attached to this Lease. At any time, Lessor may change and amend the rules and regulations in any reasonable manner not inconsistent with the terms of this Lease as may be deemed advisable for the safety, care, cleanliness, preservation of good order and operation or use of the Building or the Leased Premises. All changes and amendments to the rules and regulations of the Building will be sent by Lessor to Lessee in writing and must thereafter be carried out and observed by Lessee.

  • Technical Standards The Generation System shall be installed and operated by the Interconnection Customer consistent with the requirements of this Agreement; the Technical Requirements; the applicable requirements located in the National Electrical Code (NEC); the applicable standards published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE); and local building and other applicable ordinances in effect at the time of the installation of the Generation System.

  • Design Standards (1) Physical structures must be designed, constructed, and equipped so as to improve or harmonize with the neighborhoods they occupy, meet contemporary standards of modest comfort and livability, and be attractive and marketable to the people they are intended to serve.

  • Ordinances and Statutes Lessee shall comply with all statutes, ordinances and requirements of all municipal, state and federal authorities now in force, or which may hereafter be in force, pertaining to the premises, occasioned by or affecting the use thereof by Lessee.