Behaviour Sample Clauses

Behaviour. No obscene or insulting language or disorderly behaviour shall be permitted. This includes any form of entertainment that may be considered lewd or inappropriate for a public place or that may offend or cause embarrassment to others.
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Behaviour. The Occupant agrees not to cause, contribute to, or engage in unacceptable, unlawful or other behaviour in connection with the Room and the Facility including, without limitation, behaviour that may be described as misconduct under the Australian National University Discipline Rules 2018. xxxx:// By way of example and without limitation, the Occupant agrees not to:
Behaviour. You must behave with due consideration for others during your time in the Halls of Residence. Inappropriate behaviours are listed in Section B – Discipline are liable to disciplinary action.
Behaviour. No obscene or insulting language or disorderly behaviour shall be permitted. This includes any form of entertainment that may be considered lewd or inappropriate for a public place or that may offend or cause embarrassment to others. Insurance and Risk Hirer’s providing external services at their function – e.g. jumping castles, entertainment, must provide evidence on request of public liability insurance for not less than $10 million for the service provider. Council at its sole discretion may also require the hirer to provide: • A satisfactory risk management planTraffic management planSecurity plan or any other information it believes is relevant to the hire of the space. Failure to provide the required information may result in the booking being cancelled. Building Security Your booking must include your set up and set down time. You will only be allowed to enter the centre during your scheduled time frame. This information is given to our security monitoring company. For weekend or after hour use of the Centre, the hirer is advised to set the automatic doors to exit once patrons have arrived. This is to ensure security for guests and to deter members of the community entering the Centre during private functions. Party Safe Registrations Council requires all functions celebrating 13th – 21st birthdays to register their event with the Victoria Police Party Safe Scheme. Registration can be completed online or at your local police station. xxxxx:// Social Media It is strongly recommended events are not posted on social media sites. Xxxxx’s may be held liable for incidents and/or damage caused as a result. Noise Levels During business hours, the Centre may be used by various stakeholders. Music and noise levels must be kept to a minimum. Hirers that do not comply with this condition may incur restrictions to their bookings or cancellation of future use. As the Centre is located in close proximity to residential areas, please respect the local residents when leaving. Animals Animals (other than Assistance Animals) are not permitted in the Centre.
Behaviour. Residents must agree to abide by the code of behaviour. Acceptable behaviour includes not interfering with another person’s living conditions or personal security. Unacceptable behaviour will be dealt with by management. Repeated offences could constitute grounds for early termination of your lease agreement, however you will still be held responsible for rent until the unit is re-let.
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Behaviour. The Mornington District Basketball Association has a zero-tolerance policy on abusive behaviour, being either verbal or physical, offensive or aggressive toward any club official, volunteer, committee persons, coaches, team managers, referee, player or staff member, any offender will be immediately stood down or suspended pending an enquiry. Poor attitude, disputing and complaining about referee’s calls, inappropriate body language will not be tolerated and will result in the player being subbed from the court and reduction in playing minutes. Big v players are expected to set a positive example for our juniors.
Behaviour. The Hirer shall be responsible for ensuring the preservation of good order for the full duration of the letting and until the premises are vacated. Public Safety Prior to the event, the Hirer will be made aware of all health and Safety and security issues through training/induction. The Hirer will then be responsible for the dissemination of this training/information to all supervisors of the event or letting. The Hirer shall be responsible for the prevention of overcrowding (such as would endanger public safety), and for keeping clear all gangways, passages and exits. The Hirer should be aware that there is no provision for spectator facilities and within the agreement there should be no spectators allowed unless there is competition under the regulations of a sporting or other body. In this situation, liability for any risk or harm to spectators will lie with the Hirer. The Hirer shall be responsible for providing adequate supervision to maintain order and good conduct, (including the receiving and dismissal of pupils/participants) and – where applicablethe Hirer must adhere to the correct adult/pupil ratios at all times. The Hirer should be aware of the Fire Safety Policy and emergency evacuation procedures. Any agent acting on behalf of the hire should be aware of all applicable public safety and security policies. Own Risk It is the Hirer’s responsibility to ensure that all those attending are made aware of the fact that they do so in all respects at their own risk.
Behaviour. For their safety and security, guests are expected to comply with the directions of the Rocky Mountaineer onboard Hosts and management. In the rare event that the Rocky Mountaineer onboard Hosts or management determine that STANDARD DEPOSIT AND CANCELLATION SCHEDULE* DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE DEPOSIT PER PERSON (CAD) CANCELLATION PENALTY PER PERSON (CAD) 61+ 20% of Itinerary price 20% of Itinerary price 46–60 100% of Itinerary payment due 50% of Itinerary price 0–45 100% of Itinerary payment due 100% of Itinerary price a guest’s behaviour, health, or mental condition could be detrimental to the operation of the journey or to other guests, or poses a risk to the safety and security of other guests or to the onboard team, or is in violation of any applicable regulation or law, we reserve the right to detrain those guests. Guests who are detrained for such reasons will be responsible for their own transportation to the next stop on their journey and no refund or compensation will be offered, including without limitation for any missed components of their journey. All pets or animals (excluding certified service dogs) are prohibited from travelling onboard the Rocky Mountaineer. Any requirement for a certified service animal to accompany a guest should be submitted, in writing, at time of booking, or a minimum of 30 days prior to travelling onboard the Rocky Mountaineer.
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