Contractor Code of Conduct Sample Clauses

Contractor Code of Conduct. Project Co shall comply and shall ensure that all Project Co Persons comply with the BC Hydro Contractor Code of Conduct, which is a BC Hydro Policy. Any change to a BC Hydro Policy made after the Financial Submission Date that applies to Project Co shall constitute a Change in accordance with Section 7.1 [Changes Required by BC Hydro] and Schedule 14 [Changes].
Contractor Code of Conduct. This Contractor Code of Conduct has been adopted by the management of Vxxxxx, Inc. as well as all other subsidiaries and affiliates of Vxxxxx, Inc. (collectively, “Vxxxxx”). The Contractor Code of Conduct won’t answer every question or situation. If you are unsure about how to handle a situation, please use common sense in making your decision and contact Vxxxxx’ Office of the General Counsel (“OGC”) or Vxxxxx’ Human Resources Department for further guidance. You should comply not only with the letter of the Contractor Code of Conduct, but also the spirit of these policies at all times.
Contractor Code of Conduct. The City of Los Angeles has long supported the premise that employers should fairly compensate employees, that the health and safety of workers should be protected, and that no form of discrimination or abuse should be tolerated. Experience indicates that laws and regulations designed to safeguard basic tenets of ethical business practices are disregarded in some workplaces, commonly referred to as “sweatshops.” In its role as a market participant that procures equipment, goods, materials and supplies, the City seeks to protect its interests by assuring that the integrity of the City’s procurement process is not undermined by contractors who engage in sweatshop practices and other employment practices abhorrent to the City. When the City inadvertently contracts with these contractors, the City’s ethical contractors are placed at a distinct competitive disadvantage. Many times ethical contractors are underbid by unscrupulous contractors in competition for City contracts. These ethical contractors may be dissuaded from participating in future procurement contracts. The City’s proprietary contracting interests are served by doing business with contractors who make a good faith effort to ensure that they and their subcontractors shun sweatshop practices and adhere to workplace and wage laws. Seeking to protect these municipal interests, the City requires that all contractors subject to the Sweat-free Procurement Ordinance certify that they and, to the best of their knowledge, their subcontractors will comply with the City’s Contractor Code of Conduct and to promise the following:
Contractor Code of Conduct. Contractor strives to demonstrate high ethical standards in its business practices. Contractor Code of Conduct, available for review at xxxx://xxxxxxx-xxx.xxx/Pages/Code-of-Ethics.aspx, contains the minimum standards by which the Contractor’s employees and subcontractors are expected to conduct themselves when performing their respective obligations under this Agreement. Contractor and its personnel shall abide by all requirements and policies published by Client (e.

Related to Contractor Code of Conduct

  • Supplier Code of Conduct At all times during the term of this Agreement, Seller will comply with the Apple Supplier Code of Conduct ("Code of Conduct"), as amended by Apple from time-to-time, available from Apple’s public website at xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxx/supplier-responsibility. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, Seller will: (i) allow Apple and a third party representative, retained by or representing Apple (collectively, the "Auditor"), to assess Seller’s compliance with the Code of Conduct by inspecting Seller’s facilities and/or reviewing Seller’s practices, policies, and relevant records without notice, and/or by interviewing Seller’s personnel without monitoring, solely to verify Seller’s compliance with the Code of Conduct (collectively, an "Assessment"); (ii) promptly provide the Auditor with access to any relevant facilities and personnel without disruption or interference, in connection with any Assessment; (iii) promptly provide complete and accurate information and documentation in response to the Auditor’s requests, (iv) allow the Auditor to review and assess working hours and conditions, remuneration and benefits, personnel practices, production, dormitory, and dining facilities, business conduct, and health, safety, and environmental practices, as applicable, in connection with any Assessment; (v) not request or encourage, directly or indirectly, any Seller personnel to furnish false or incomplete information in connection with any Assessment; (vi) not take retaliatory action against any Seller personnel interviewed during an Assessment; and

  • REGISTRY OPERATOR CODE OF CONDUCT 1. In connection with the operation of the registry for the TLD, Registry Operator will not, and will not allow any parent, subsidiary, Affiliate, subcontractor or other related entity, to the extent such party is engaged in the provision of Registry Services with respect to the TLD (each, a “Registry Related Party”), to:

  • Code of Conduct The rules, procedures and restrictions concerning the conduct of ISO Directors and employees contained in Attachment F to the ISO Open Access Transmission Tariff.

  • Contractor Staff Conduct 1. For reasons of safety and public policy, in any Contract resulting from this procurement, the use of illegal drugs and/or alcoholic beverages by the Contractor or its agents, employees, partners or Subcontractors shall not be permitted while performing any phase of the work herein specified.

  • Registry Code of Conduct In connection with the operation of the registry for the TLD, Registry Operator shall comply with the Registry Code of Conduct as set forth in Specification 9 attached hereto (“Specification 9”).

  • Business Conduct Merger Sub was formed on December 3, 2020. Since its inception, Merger Sub has not engaged in any activity, other than such actions in connection with (a) its organization and (b) the preparation, negotiation and execution of this Agreement and the Transactions. Merger Sub has no operations, has not generated any revenues and has no liabilities other than those incurred in connection with the foregoing and in association with the Merger as provided in this Agreement.

  • Code of Business Conduct The Company’s Code of Business Conduct, as amended from time to time.

  • Code of Ethics The Adviser has adopted a written code of ethics complying with the requirements of Rule 17j-1 under the Act and will provide the Trust with a copy of the code and evidence of its adoption. Within 45 days of the last calendar quarter of each year while this Agreement is in effect, the Adviser will provide to the Board of Trustees of the Trust a written report that describes any issues arising under the code of ethics since the last report to the Board of Trustees, including, but not limited to, information about material violations of the code and sanctions imposed in response to the material violations; and which certifies that the Adviser has adopted procedures reasonably necessary to prevent "access persons" (as that term is defined in Rule 17j-1) from violating the code.

  • Ethics The Consultant shall keep informed of and comply with the Wyoming Ethics and Disclosure Act (Wyo. Stat §9-13-101, et seq.), and any and all ethical standards governing the Consultant’s profession.

  • Business Conducted Borrower shall continue in the business currently conducted by it using its best efforts to maintain its customers and goodwill. Borrower shall not engage, directly or indirectly, in any line of business substantially different from the business conducted by it immediately before the Closing Date, or engage in business or lines of business which are not reasonably related thereto.