Bureaus Sample Clauses

Bureaus. The term “Bureaus” shall mean, collectively or individually, the major credit bureaus (TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian).
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Bureaus. For purposes of Sections 14.6 and 14.7, an employee regularly assigned to a Bureau which is within 35 miles of the Station's transmitter shall be deemed to be employed at the Bureau.
Bureaus. 14.1. You consent to and agree that we may at any time (even if you are no longer a cardholder, as permitted by law):
Bureaus. It shall be a condition of employment for all employees assigned to work in any of the bureau offices to provide a vehicle for use in the service of the Employer. Any employee required to provide a vehicle for use in the service of the Employer shall maintain a valid driver’s license and carry at least the minimum insurance required by law. The employee shall provide the Employer proof of such insurance at the time of each policy renewal. Failure to meet or maintain any of the above requirements may result in termination. The Employer shall compensate all employees for the use of their personal vehicle in the service of the Employer as follows:
Bureaus. PA Department of Health The current structure of the PA DOH consists of the following 16 distinct bureaus. The Bureau of Community Health Systems operates as the public health implementation arm responsible for operating a network of state health centers and supporting public health programs throughout the state through six health district offices. There are three district administrators covering all six health districts; each district administrator is assigned to two health districts. The Lackawanna and Luzerne County region falls under the Northeast District office, which also includes Wyoming, Susquehanna, Xxxxx, Pike, Monroe, Carbon, Lehigh and Northampton Counties. The district administrator covering the Northeast District also has oversight of the Southeast District. In addition, the DOH includes five offices focused on health care-associated infections, health research, equity, and resources and services, and prescription drug monitoring. Bureau of Health Promotion and Risk Reduction Woman, Infants and Children (WIC) Bureau of Managed Care Bureau of Laboratories Bureau of Health Statistics and Registries Bureau of Health Planning Bureau of Family Health Bureau of Facility Licensure and Certification Bureau of Epidemiology Bureau of Emergency Preparedness and Response (BEPR) Bureau of Emergency Medical Services Bureau of Community Program Licensure and Certification Bureau of Community Health Systems Bureau of Communicable Diseases PA Health Districts and County and Municipal Health Departments (CMHDs) Northeast Health Northwest Health District District Northcentral Health District Southeast Southcentral Health Distric Southwest Health District District County Health Departments Municipal Health Departments Alleghe ny Cou nt y H ealth D epar tm ent Allentow n Bu xxxx of Heal th Buc k s Co un t y De pa rtme n t o f Heal th Be th lehe m H eal th B ur eau Cheste r C xxx x x He al th D epa r tm ent W ilkes- Ba rre C ity H ealth D epar tm ent Erie Co un ty D epa rtm ent o f Heal th Y or k Cit y Health B ureau Mon tg om e r y Cou nt y H ealth Depa r tm ent P hilad elph i a Depar tm ent o f P ubl i c Heal th The local public health infrastructure in PA currently consists of six county health departments, four municipal health departments, and a network of state clinics in the remainder of the state. The county and municipal health departments (CMHDs) cover 41 percent of Pennsylvania’s population at a local level.6 Part of the local region is served by the X...

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