Contingency Arrangements Sample Clauses

Contingency Arrangements. The proposal must include a detailed protocol setting out the contingency arrangements to provide a continuous service. This should include (though not inclusively) failure of power supplies, failure of testing equipment, shortage of essential reagents and consumables, transport disruption. Catastrophic failure should also be addressed. If the contingency plan involves use of another laboratory facility, that facility must comply demonstrably and fully with all aspects of this specification. The authority must be notified immediately of disruption to service and catastrophic failure and must approve any contingency plans.
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Contingency Arrangements. 17.1. As at the date of this Agreement the Councils and the Contractor have agreed the Contingency Plan which includes arrangements for directing Contract Waste to alternative Delivery Points for the reception, treatment and disposal of Contract Waste, provision of a limited service and the establishment of temporary facilities.
Contingency Arrangements. 6.3.1 In the event that a particular community pharmacy cannot provide the service to an individual patient, they should refer the patient to any nearby pharmacy offering this service
Contingency Arrangements. Please clearly describe: how your proposals for delivery of CAP within this CPA will be put in place without adversely affecting your (or your sub-contractors’ as appropriate) ability to deliver existing and recently won contracts as well as other contracts you are bidding for; and your contingency plan for maintaining the entire scope of your proposal should members of your supply chain withdraw prior to commencement and at any point during the delivery of this contract. Insert your response in the pre-set, shaded space of the following pages. Your response MUST be limited to 1 side of A4. We understand the need for a rapid implementation in order to achieve the required volumes of placements and job outcomes over a relatively short period of time and have therefore decided to only bid for CAP in the East Midlands. We have planned for significant growth over the next two years, including the current implementation of seven Work Programme contracts and diversification into areas such as working with offenders, skills provision and careers guidance. As part of this, we have clear structures and procedures in place to ensure that we are able to implement new business quickly and without any adverse effect on existing contracts or contracts for which we are bidding. We have conducted a review for this contract which focused on four key areas (detailed below). We can confirm that Ingeus and our subcontractors possess the appropriate structures and resources to successfully implement Community Action Programme (CAP) in the East Midlands whilst maintaining and improving performance on our existing provision both locally and nationally. Governance structures: Clear governance structures set out ordered guidelines to allow for a fast and efficient implementation without impacting on existing contracts. The CAP contract will have its own Implementation Plan which will be managed by a dedicated Project Manager (PM) to enable a focus on local activities. These plans will be incorporated into an overall Implementation Plan which will be managed by our Programme Director. He will chair a Programme Board attended by key heads of departments which will monitor progress against the Implementation Plan to provide dedicated resources and the ability to direct central resources where they are needed. Separation of responsibilities: Strict separations will be adopted between members of staff involved in implementation and those working on existing operations. For example, key...
Contingency Arrangements. 7.1 Where the meeting with the named Outreach Teacher is unable to take place either because of school factors (e.g. INSET, enforced closure) or due to illness or other unavoidable issues on the part of the named Outreach Teacher, every effort will be made to accommodate an alternative meeting in that same week. Where a meeting in the same week is not possible the Outreach Teacher will undertake to ensure the missed hours are reinstated as soon as practically possible.
Contingency Arrangements. 6.1 Where the meeting with the named EWO is unable to take place either because of school factors (e.g. INSET, enforced closure) or due to illness or other unavoidable issues on the part of the named EWO, every effort will be made to accommodate an alternative meeting in that same week. Where a meeting in the same week is not possible the EWS will undertake to ensure the missed hours are reinstated as soon as practically possible.
Contingency Arrangements. 13.1 The potential income cited above, together with the ability of the Trust to increase the management covenant each year, should minimise any risks that the Trust will have insufficient income to meet its obligations.
Contingency Arrangements. Please describe: • how your proposals for delivery of services within this CPA will be put in place without adversely affecting your organisation's or your Sub-contractors' ability to deliver existing and recently won contracts as well as other contracts you are bidding for. • in detail your contingency plan for maintaining the entire scope of your proposal within your bid should members of your supply chain withdraw prior to commencement of delivery of this contract. Insert your response in the pre-set, shaded space of the following pages. Your response MUST be limited to two sides of A4.
Contingency Arrangements. 7.2.1 The Provider shall have a robust emergency plan for response to major incidents and a business continuity plan (“Business Continuity Plan”) to ensure that any disruption to delivery of the Services to the Residents in the event of a major incident is eliminated or minimised.

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  • Escrow Arrangements Payment for the Securities shall be received by Prime Trust, LLC (the “Escrow Agent”) from the undersigned by transfer of immediately available funds, credit or debit card, or other means approved by the Company at least two days prior to the applicable Closing Date, in the amount as set forth on the signature page hereto. Upon such Closing Date, the Escrow Agent shall release such funds to the Company. The undersigned shall receive notice and evidence of the digital entry of the number of the Securities owned by undersigned reflected on the books and records of the Company and verified by StartEngine Secure LLC, (the “Transfer Agent”), which books and records shall bear a notation that the Securities were sold in reliance upon Regulation A.

  • Management Arrangements 9.1. The Management Arrangements set out the arrangements for the strategic management of the relationship between the Authority and the Contractor, including arrangements for monitoring of the Contractor’s compliance with the Statement of Requirements, the Service Levels, the Award Procedures and the terms of this Framework Agreement.

  • Special Arrangements Fees for activities of a non-recurring nature such as reorganizations, and/or preparation of special reports will be subject to negotiation.

  • Custody Arrangements The Trust or the Adviser shall notify the Subadviser of the identities of its custodian banks and the custody arrangements therewith with respect to the Subadviser Assets and shall give the Subadviser written notice of any changes in such custodian banks or custody arrangements. The Subadviser shall on each business day provide the Adviser and the Trust’s custodian such information as the Adviser and the Trust’s custodian may reasonably request in good faith relating to all transactions concerning the Subadviser Assets. The Trust shall instruct its custodian banks to (A) carry out all investment instructions as may be directed by the Subadviser with respect to the Subadviser Assets (which instructions may be orally given if confirmed in writing); and (B) provide the Subadviser with all operational information necessary for the Subadviser to trade the Subadviser Assets on behalf of the Fund. The Subadviser shall have no liability for the acts or omissions of the authorized custodian(s), unless such act or omission is required by and taken in reliance upon instructions given to the authorized custodian(s) by a representative of the Subadviser properly authorized (pursuant to written instruction by the Adviser) to give such instructions.

  • Implementation Arrangements A. Institutional Arrangements

  • Equity Arrangements 5.1 The Executive is, and shall be, eligible to earn awards under the Company’s 2003 Equity Incentive Plan, the Company’s 2006 Stock Incentive Plan and/or such similar programs as may be adopted from time-to-time to provide long-term incentives for executives of the Company (as applicable, the “Plan”).

  • Business Arrangements Except as disclosed in the Registration Statement, the Time of Sale Disclosure Package and the Prospectus, neither the Company nor any of its subsidiaries has granted rights to develop, manufacture, produce, assemble, distribute, license, market or sell its products to any other person and is not bound by any agreement that affects the exclusive right of the Company or such subsidiary to develop, manufacture, produce, assemble, distribute, license, market or sell its products.

  • Advisory and Management Arrangements Subject to the requirements of applicable law as in effect from time to time, the Trustees may in their discretion from time to time enter into advisory, administration or management contracts (including, in each case, one or more sub-advisory, sub-administration or sub-management contracts) whereby the other party to any such contract shall undertake to furnish such advisory, administrative and management services with respect to the Trust as the Trustees shall from time to time consider desirable and all upon such terms and conditions as the Trustees may in their discretion determine. Notwithstanding any provisions of this Declaration, the Trustees may authorize any advisor, administrator or manager (subject to such general or specific instructions as the Trustees may from time to time adopt) to exercise any of the powers of the Trustees, including to effect investment transactions with respect to the assets on behalf of the Trust to the full extent of the power of the Trustees to effect such transactions or may authorize any officer, employee or Trustee to effect such transactions pursuant to recommendations of any such advisor, administrator or manager (and all without further action by the Trustees). Any such investment transaction shall be deemed to have been authorized by all of the Trustees.

  • Monitoring Arrangements 8.1 We will formally monitor the progress of the access agreement at least once a year through the senior management group who will report annually to the Board of Directors. Initial monitoring will be concerned with participation rates and the development of data on lower income and other under- represented groups, against which to monitor. When specific baselines, targets, and milestones are determined we will look to monitor against these.

  • Purchase Arrangements Section 1.1 Section 1.2 Section 1.3 Section 1.4 Purchase Facility Increases Decreases Payment Requirements