Animal. All pets and animals are prohibited in the Bedroom, the Unit, or anywhere else on the Facility unless and until (a) Landlord has approved the pet or animal (which approval shall be granted or withheld in Landlord’s sole discretion), (b) Landlord and Resident have executed an Animal Addendum (a copy of which is available at the Management Office), and (c) paid applicable fees. Animal and pet prohibitions apply to mammals, reptiles, birds, fish and insects. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit service or assistance animals from residing in the Unit, if Resident submits documentation from a health professional confirming the need for such service or assistance animal; however, such documentation from a health professional shall not be required in situations where there is an obvious need for the service or assistance animal. At Landlords option, Landlord may elect to use a third-party pet screening service (“Pet Screening Service”). Should Landlord elect to use the Pet Screening Service, in addition to the requirements set forth above, Resident shall be required to enroll in the Pet Screening Service and comply with all obligations required by the Pet Screening Service, including but not limited to, the payment of any applicable fees charged by the Pet Screening Service in order to qualify the presence of such pet or animal at the Facility or in the Unit (“Pet Screening Service Qualification”). If Resident violates the terms of this provision, the following shall apply: (a) for the first (1st) violation, Landlord will issue Resident a written warning specifying the complaint, the Animal Violation Fee (First Violation) will be assessed against Resident, and Resident shall immediately remove the animal or pet from the Facility; and (b) for each additional violation, the Animal Violation Fee (Additional Violation) will be assessed against Resident, Resident shall immediately remove the animal or pet from the Facility, and (c) at the option of Landlord for any violation, there shall be an immediate Event of Default under the Contract. In addition to the Animal Violation Fee (First Violation) and Animal Violation Fee (Additional Violation), Resident shall be responsible for all costs and expenses related to a violation of this provision (including, but not limited to, cleaning and/or replacing carpet and pest control treatment).
Animal. Welfare Animals shall be treated humanely, with pain and stress minimized. Animal testing should be performed after consideration to replace animals, reduce the numbers of animals used or refine procedures to minimize distress. Alternatives should be used wherever scientifically valid and acceptable to regulators.
Animal. Welfare The proper care and welfare of all animals on Farms is extremely important to ACM and it takes any incident relating to animal welfare very seriously. ACM expects Suppliers to comply with industry standards in relation to animal welfare. These were originally released in September 2014 following an extended period of consultation with relevant stakeholders (“Animal Welfare Standards”) and maybe updated from time to time. Animal Welfare Standards are available from Dairy Australia and can be downloaded from its website (http://www.dairyaustralia.com.au). They are also available from ACM upon request. Animal Welfare Standards comprehensive cover various aspects of animal welfare including: • feed and water • risk management of extreme weather, natural disasters, disease, injury and predation • facilities and equipment • handling and management • castration, dehorning and spaying • tail docking • breeding management • calf-rearing systems • dairy management • beef feedlots • euthanasia Also included in Animal Welfare Standards which Suppliers are expected to comply with are the Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines – Land Transport of Livestock (www.animalwelfarestandards.net.au ) which have been implemented into state legislation with the aim of protecting the welfare of animals being transported and providing consistent regulation around Australia. Any failure by Supplier to comply with Animal Welfare Standards constitutes a breach of this Milk Supply Agreement. Any reported instance of non-compliance with Animal Welfare Standards will be fully investigated by ACM. Depending on the outcome of that investigation, ACM may provide support to Supplier ensure compliance, report the incident to the regulator and/or terminate the Supplier’s Milk Supply Agreement. If Supplier requires guidance or assistance about applicable Animal Welfare Standards, they can contact ACM for assistance. Additionally, Dairy Australia provides several resources for farmers seeking further information about this issue at www.dairyaustralia.com.au
Animal. Welfare -------------- Subcontractor shall comply with all procedures and regulations that ensure the humane care of animals to include but not limited to the following: -Animal Welfare Act as amended (7 USC 2131 et seq.) -PHS Policy on Humane Care of Laboratory Animals by Awardee Institutions -U.S. Government Principles for the Utilization and Care of Vertebrate Animals Used in Testing. Research, and Training -NIH Publication (85-23) Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals SLTJ's Technical Representative identifies Subcontractor's work as involving animals [ X ] Yes [ ] No. If yes, Subcontractor must provide to SLU documentation that an Institutional Animal Care Use Committee (IACUC) has reviewed and approved such procedures and must provide the lACUC's federally assigned assurance number.
Animal. Welfare All research involving live, vertebrate animals shall be conducted in accordance with the PHS Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals. This policy may be accessed at: http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/olaw/references/phspol.htm. Primate studies will not begin until the CRO’s IACUC and the Recipient’s Animal Welfare Department provide final approval of the study protocol.
Animal a) In Contract Exhibit C, Section 5, the following sentence is changed from: “Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit service or assistance animals from residing in the Unit, if Resident submits documentation from a health professional confirming the need for such service or assistance animal; however, such documentation from a health professional shall not be required in situations where there is an obvious need for the service or assistance animal.” to the following replacement sentence: “Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit service, assistance, or emotional support animals from residing in the Unit, if Resident submits documentation from a licensed health professional confirming the need for such service, assistance, or emotional support animal, as well as a written reasonable accommodation request; however, neither documentation from a licensed health professional nor a written reasonable accommodation request are required in situations where there is an obvious need for the service or assistance animal.”
Animal. Welfare Each party shall comply with all applicable laws, statutes, regulations and codes relating to animal welfare, including but not limited to the UK Animal Welfare Act 2006 (‘Animal Welfare Laws’). Each party shall not cause or permit to be caused any unnecessary harm, suffering or distress of any animal in a manner contrary to applicable Animal Welfare Laws. Each party warrants that no action, enforcement or proceeding by or before any court or government agency, authority or body involving that party with respect to the Animal Welfare Laws is pending or, to the best knowledge of the party, threatened.