Continued Airworthiness Sample Clauses

Continued Airworthiness. 3.3.1. The Technical Agents are committed to take action to address unsafe conditions in products that they have certificated. The Technical Agents shall exchange information on failures, malfunctions and defects received from its approval holders to support the other Technical Agent's investigation of service difficulties or other potential safety issues. The exchange of this information between the Technical Agents shall be considered to fulfil the obligation of each approval holder to report failures, malfunctions, and defects to the other Party's Technical Agent under that other Party's applicable law. Actions to address unsafe conditions and exchange of safety information shall be defined in the technical implementation procedures.
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Continued Airworthiness. 7.1.1. The importing authority may request the exporting authority's assistance in determining necessary action by the importing authority for the continued safety of the product. The importing authority retains sole responsibility for making such a decision.
Continued Airworthiness. The FAA and the EASA are jointly responsible for assuring the continued airworthiness of CFM engines.
Continued Airworthiness a) In accordance with the relevant provisions of ICAO 6 ’s Annex 8 to the Chicago Convention 7 , EASA will inform the HKCAD of all mandatory airworthiness information necessary for maintaining the airworthiness of the products, parts and appliances, subject to this Working Arrangement.
Continued Airworthiness a. The Contracting Parties will co-operate in analysing airworthiness aspects originating from accidents and incidents having occurred on aeronautical products, parts and appliances listed in Attachment 1.
Continued Airworthiness 

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  • Maintenance Standards Unless otherwise authorized by the CRC Board, the General Manager shall prepare and submit to the CRC Board proposals (including the Program Maintenance plan submitted pursuant to Section 5(b)) for the performance of such Routine Maintenance and Program Maintenance as is reasonably necessary to keep and maintain the Shared Assets substantially in their condition as of the date of this Agreement. If the CRC Board fails either to approve or disapprove by majority vote any such proposal within 45 days after it was submitted to the CRC Board, the disagreement over the propriety or need for any of the Routine Maintenance or Program Maintenance included in such proposal may be submitted by either Operator for resolution by binding arbitration pursuant to Section 13.

  • Maintenance Windows Generally, Qwest performs major Switch maintenance activities off-hours, during certain “maintenance windows”. Major Switch maintenance activities include Switch conversions, Switch generic upgrades and Switch equipment additions.

  • Maintenance Requirements The Contractor shall ensure and procure that at all times during the Maintenance Period, the Project Highway conforms to the maintenance requirements set forth in Schedule-E (the “Maintenance Requirements”).

  • WORKLOAD STANDARDS One (1) Direct Service Hour (DSH) will be equal to sixty (60) minutes of direct services.

  • Service Level Standards In addition to all other requirements in this Agreement, and in accordance with the Best Claims Practices & Estimating Guidelines, Vendor shall use reasonable and good faith efforts to meet the Service Level Standards set forth below.

  • MAINTENANCE OF STANDARDS The Employer agrees, subject to the following provisions, that all conditions of employment in his/her individual operation relating to wages, hours of work, overtime differentials and general working conditions shall be maintained at not less than the highest standards in effect at the time of the signing of this Agreement, and the conditions of employment shall be improved whenever specific provisions for improvement are made elsewhere in this Agreement.

  • ACCREDITATION AND STANDARDS The IOP hereby agrees to: (a) Be licensed to provide IOP services within the applicable jurisdiction in which it operates. (b) Be specifically accredited by and remain in compliance with standards issued for IOPs by TJC, CARF, CoA, or an accrediting organization approved by the Director, DHA. The contractor may submit (via the TRO, the TOPO, or the COR for the USFHP) additional accrediting organizations for TRICARE authorization, subject to approval by the Director, DHA. (c) Accept the allowable IOP rate, as provided in 32 CFR 199.14(a)(2)(ix), as payment in full for services provided. (d) Comply with all requirements of 32 CFR 199.4 applicable to institutional providers generally concerning concurrent care review, claims processing, beneficiary liability, double coverage, utilization and quality review, and other matters. (e) Ensure that all mental health services are provided by qualified mental health providers who meet the requirements for individual professional providers. (Exception: IOPs that employ individuals with master’s or doctoral level degrees in a mental health discipline who do not meet the licensure, certification, and experience requirements for a qualified mental health provider but are actively working toward licensure or certification, may provide mental health services within the per diem rate but the individual must work under the direct clinical supervision of a fully qualified mental health provider employed by the IOP.) All other program services will be provided by trained, licensed staff. (f ) Not bill the beneficiary for services in excess of the cost-share or services for which payment is disallowed for failure to comply with requirements. (g) Not bill the beneficiary for services excluded on the basis of 32 CFR 199.4(g)(1) (not medically or psychologically necessary), (g)(3) (inappropriate level of care), or (g)(7) (custodial care), unless the beneficiary has agreed in writing to pay for the care, knowing the specific care in question has been determined as noncovered. (A general statement signed at admission as to financial liability does not fill this requirement.)

  • Accreditation of Online Schools The District will implement a system of accrediting its online schools, as defined in section 22-30.7- 102(9.5), C.R.S. This system shall adhere to section 00-00-000, C.R.S., including a review of the online school’s alignment to the quality standards outlined in section 22-30.7-105(3)(b), C.R.S., and compliance with statutory or regulatory requirements, in accordance with section 22-30.7-103(3)(m), C.R.S.

  • Quality Assurance Requirements There are no special Quality Assurance requirements under this Agreement.

  • Licensure The Contractor covenants that it has:

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