Category 4 Sample Clauses

Category 4. 23.5.1 Liquidated damages as specified below may be imposed for Category 4 events. Imposition of liquidated damages will not relieve the Contractor from submitting and implementing CAPA/PC or corrective action as determined by DCH. Category 4 events are monitored by DCH to determine compliance and include the following:
Category 4. Other Members --------------------------
Category 4. 19.5.1 Liquidated damages as specified below may be imposed for Category 4 events. For Category 4 events, the Contractor shall submit a written Corrective Action Plan to ASES for review and approval prior to implementing the corrective action. ASES shall review such Corrective Action Plan within ten (10) Business Days of submission. The following constitute Category 4 events:
Category 4. 20.5.1 Liquidated damages as specified below may be imposed for Category 4 events. The following constitute Category 4 events:
Category 4. Twelve month employees less winter and spring shutdown – 247 workdays including paid holidays and vacation. Due to the imperfect and changing calendar, the actual number of paid work days may vary by a couple of days.
Category 4. Teachers hired on or after September 1, 2001, will contribute $35 per month to a Minnesota State Retirement System Health Care Savings Plan.
Category 4. Validation of IP; Pharmaceutical Alliances; [**Redacted**] and [**Redacted**]
Category 4. An insurance company as defined in Section 2(a)(13) of the 1933 Act; or

Related to Category 4

  • Category the category under which the product concerned falls for the purposes of tariff elimination.

  • Categories All personnel of the Logistics & Supply Business Unit, within the following work categories and in classifications as enumerated in Article 8.03, are covered by this Agreement. Nothing in this agreement prevents an employee from performing either on a day to day or regular basis, any function or task that is generally performed by any category, provided that the employee is competent to perform the work required. Any efficiencies attained out of this flexibility is not intended to eliminate a category.

  • EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES All employees fall into one or the other of four principal categories as outlined below.

  • Level II In the event the grievance is not resolved in Level I, the decision rendered may be appealed to the superintendent of schools, provided such appeal is made in writing within five (5) days after receipt of the decision in Level I. If a grievance is properly appealed to the superintendent, the superintendent or his designee shall set a time to meet regarding the grievance within fifteen (15) days after receipt of the appeal. Within ten (10) days after the meeting the superintendent or his designee shall issue a decision in writing to the parties involved.

  • Level IV If the Utilization Level is greater than or equal to 75% but less than 90%.

  • Thresholds MAXIMUM ALLOCATION % OF MAXIMUM ACCUMULATION VALUE PREMIUM % DOLLAR CAP ------------------ --------- ---------- Contract Limits [30%] [99.999%] [$9,999,999] THRESHOLDS ---------- Each Restricted Fund has one or more thresholds at which point no further amounts may be allocated to that division. Compliance with a threshold is verified whenever there is a transaction initiated which is subject to such threshold (premium payments, transfers, withdrawals). A threshold is applied to the total Accumulation Value of each Restricted Fund. Thresholds may be changed by the Company for new premiums, transfers or withdrawals by Restricted Fund upon 30 day notice.

  • Level I If the grievance is not resolved through informal discussions, the School District designee shall give a written decision on the grievance to the parties involved within ten (10) days after receipt of the written grievance.