Assess Sample Clauses

Assess. In your first meeting, you will meet with the Assistant to describe your situation, any obstacles you face in obtaining the resources you need, and any resources you have used thus far and their results.
Assess. Once an incident or suspected incident has been reported to your Program Manager and Coordinator, they need to immediately determine if a privacy breach has occurred. In making this assessment, two important questions need to be answered: Is personal information involved? Not all data in the custody or control of an institution is personal information. Therefore, the first part of your assessment is to identity the type of information affected by the incident. Definition: Personal information is defined in subsection 2(1) of FIPPA as recorded information about an identifiable individual (i.e., natural person) and includes, but is not limited to: race, nationality, religion, age, sex, marital status, education, medical or criminal history, financial information, identifying numbers, address, telephone number, fingerprints, blood type, and opinions. The definition of personal information is not exhaustive – an institution may have other types of personal information in its custody or control. Personal information may include information that is not recorded (e.g., a verbal disclosure). Also, if there is a reasonable expectation that an individual can be identified from the information disclosed (either alone or when combined with other information), such information will likely qualify as personal information. Has an unauthorized disclosure occurred? Unauthorized disclosure, whether it is intentional, inadvertent, or as a result of a criminal activity, is the defining activity for privacy breaches. It is the “threshold” or “triggermechanism for the application of this Guide. If the answer to both questions is “yes”, a privacy breach has occurred and you need to follow the rest of the privacy breach response protocol outlined in this Guide. Note: Institutions have a responsibility to protect personal information and to secure general records, particularly sensitive records.11 Respond to security breaches involving general records in accordance with established rules and regulations. Report incidents involving unauthorized collection, use, retention or disposal of personal information to your Coordinator. Key Players Suggested Responsibilities Program Manager and Coordinator Work together to: ▪ Obtain all available information about the nature of the breach or suspected breach (e.g., when, where, whose personal information involved, how much personal information involved, verbal disclosure or hard copies involved, etc.). ▪ Determine what happened (e.g., did ...
Assess. CRA will routinely assess the effectiveness of its communication, monitoring, documentation and other compliance with the obligations specified in Article VIII and this Exhibit D and make changes to correct any deficiencies identified in such assessments. CRA will create and preserve documentation to evidence such assessments and corrective actions taken in response to such deficiencies.
Assess. 174, 1-2. For the German and French version, see xxxx:// and xxxx://
Assess. The Committee will assess the routes, route structures, equipment and locations.
Assess. Assess the Subdivision for the total costs of the Improvements;
Assess. 174:1-2. For the German and French version, see xxxxx:// und-monitoring/langfristige-waldoekosystemforschung-lwf/daten/datenanfrage.html and xxxxx:// ecosystemes-forestiers-lwf/donnees/demande-de-donnees.html
Assess. Continue to track ethics and compliance complaints by employees to measure progress against baseline using an agreed-upon methodology. 2.

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