California Health and Safety Code Sample Clauses

California Health and Safety Code. The California Health and Safety Code requires businesses to provide warnings prior to exposing individuals to materials listed by the Governor as chemicals "known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm." PG&E uses chemicals on the Governor's list at many of its facilities. In addition, many of these chemicals are present at non-PG&E-owned facilities and locations. Accordingly, in performing the Work or services contemplated under this Contract, Contractor, its employees, agents and Subcontractors may be exposed to chemicals on the Governor's list. Contractor is responsible for notifying its employees, agents, and Subcontractors that Work performed hereunder may result in exposures to chemicals on the Governor's list.
California Health and Safety Code. Sections 7050.5, 7051, and 7054 of the California Health and Safety Code address the illegality of interference with human burial remains (except as allowed under applicable sections of the PRC), and the disposition of Native American burials in archaeological sites. These regulations protect such remains from disturbance, vandalism, or inadvertent destruction, and establish procedures to be implemented if Native American skeletal remains are discovered during construction of a project, including treatment of the remains prior to, during, and after evaluation, and reburial procedures.
California Health and Safety Code. Section 125290.60.
California Health and Safety Code. Part 5 Sections 14875-14931, which provides that an accumulation of weeds, grasses, hazardous vegetation and other combustible material may be declared a public nuisance, and provides guidelines for enforcement and abatement by the County of such nuisance as fire hazards, and payment of such abatement costs incurred by the County to remove such hazardous vegetation and combustible material. This Code also afHi provides for penalties for violations of this Ordinance by property owners.
California Health and Safety Code. Section 1373.4; California Insurance Code, Section 10119.5
California Health and Safety Code. Section 125290.50(e)(1).
California Health and Safety Code section 19827.5, adopted January 1, 1991
California Health and Safety Code. See endnote 32.
California Health and Safety Code. Sections 33342.5 and 33342.7.
California Health and Safety Code. Division 2.5, Sections 1797.67, 1797.204, 1797.222, 1797.250, 1797.252, 1798, 1798.150, and 1799.205.