Contractors and subcontractors shall establish and maintain a written sexual harassment policy and shall inform their employees of the policy. The policy must contain a notice that sexual harassment will not be tolerated and employees who practice it will be disciplined.
Contractors. Tenant will not enter into any contract of any kind with any supplier of towels, water, toilet articles, waxing, rug shampooing, venetian blind washing, furniture polishing, lamp servicing, cleaning of electrical fixtures, removal of waste paper, rubbish or garbage, or other like service, nor will Tenant install or cause to be installed any machine of any kind (other than customary office equipment) in the Premises, other portions of the Building or the Real Property without the prior written consent of the Landlord. Tenant will not employ any persons other than Landlord’s janitors for the purpose of cleaning the Premises without the prior written consent of Landlord. Landlord will not be responsible to Tenant for any loss of property from the Premises, however occurring, or for any damage to the effects of Tenant by such janitors or any of its employees, or by any other person or any other cause.
Contractors. Alterations may be made or installed only by contractors and subcontractors which have been approved by Landlord, which approval Landlord will not unreasonably withhold or delay; provided, however, Landlord reserves the right to require that Landlord's contractor for the Building be given the first opportunity to bid for any Alteration work. Before proceeding with any Alterations, Tenant agrees to provide Landlord with ten (10) days prior written notice and Tenant's contractors must obtain and maintain, on behalf of Tenant and at Tenant's sole cost and expense: (i) all necessary governmental permits and approvals for the commencement and completion of such Alterations; and (ii) if requested by Landlord, a completion and lien indemnity bond, or other surety, reasonably satisfactory to Landlord for such Alterations. Throughout the performance of any Alterations, Tenant agrees to obtain, or cause its contractors to obtain, workers compensation insurance and general liability insurance in compliance with the provisions of Paragraph 19 of this Lease.
Contractors. All LAUSD Contractors and their Representatives are expected to conduct any and all business affiliated with LAUSD in an ethical and responsible manner that fosters integrity and public confidence. A “Contractor” is any individual, organization, corporation, sole proprietorship, partnership, nonprofit, joint venture, association, or any combination thereof that is pursuing or conducting business with and/or on behalf of LAUSD, including, without limitation, consultants, suppliers, manufacturers, and any other vendors, bidders or proposers. A Contractor’s “Representative” is also broadly defined to include any subcontractors, employees, agents, or anyone else who acts on a Contractor’s behalf.
Contractors while working from their registered office or elsewhere, Departmental issue memory sticks may be used for secure transfer of files provided information security and assurance protocols are followed. When Contractors are visiting Departmental building, they may use the printing and other facilities as appropriate.
Contractors. If CONTRACTOR is an LCI, CONTRACTOR shall adhere to all legal requirements regarding educational placements for LCI students as stated in Education Code 56366 (a) (2) (C), 56366.9 (c) (1), Health and Safety Code section 1501.1(b), AB 1858 (2004), AB490 (Chapter 862, Statutes of 2003), AB 1261 (2005), AB 1166 Chapter 171 (2015), AB 167 Chapter 224 (2010), AB 2016 Chapter 324 (2013), AB 379 Chapter 772 (2015), AB 1012 Chapter 703 (2015),and the procedures set forth in the LEA procedures. An LCI shall not require that a pupil be placed in its NPS as a condition of being placed in its residential facility. If CONTRACTOR is an NPS/RTC, CONTRACTOR shall adhere to all legal requirements under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), 20 U.S.C. section 1412(a)(1)(A) and Education Code section 56000, et seq.; amended and reorganized by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEIA), 20 U.S.C. section 1401(29); Education Code section 56031; Cal. Code Regs., Title. 5, section 3001 et seq., regarding the provision of counseling services, including residential care for students to receive a FAPE as set forth in the LEA student’s IEPs. CONTRACTOR shall meet all monitoring requirements as noted in Section 43 below. If CONTRACTOR is an NPS that is owned, operated by, or associated with an LCI, CONTRACTOR shall provide to LEA, on a quarterly basis, a list of all students, including those identified as eligible for special education. For those identified special education students, the list shall include: 1) special education eligibility at the time of enrollment and 2) the educational placement and services specified in each student’s IEP at the time of enrollment. A copy of the current IEP shall be provided to the LEA. Unless placement is made pursuant to an Office of Administrative Hearings’ order or a lawfully executed agreement between LEA and parent, XXX is not responsible for the costs associated with NPS placement until the time that an IEP team meeting is convened, the IEP team determines that an NPS placement is appropriate, an IEP offer of an NPS placement is made by the LEA, the IEP is signed by the LEA and student’s parent or another adult with educational decision- making rights, and the student begins attending the nonpublic school placement. In addition to meeting the certification requirements of the State of California, a CONTRACTOR that operates a program outside of this State shall be certified or licensed by th...
Contractors. Personnel attending the Premises may be subject to search at any time. Strip searches shall only be conducted on the specific authority of the Authority under the same rules and conditions applying to the Authority’s personnel. The Contractor is referred to the Prison Rules 1999 Part III and the Prison (Amendment) Rules 2005 and the Young Offender Institute Rules 2000 Part III and the Young Offender Institute (Amendment) Rules 2008. The Contractor is also referred to the definition of misconduct contained in the said Rules and clause 3 of the General Terms and Conditions.
Contractors. Upon receiving such a request, the State, after consultation with the Contractors that have agreed in writing to waive any limitation as provided in subsection (1)(f)(1) above, may determine in its discretion whether to allow the Contract Extension Amendment to take effect with less than 24 Contractors agreeing in writing to waive the limitation. The State shall promptly notify all Contractors if the State’s determines to allow the Contract Extension Amendment to take effect, and include in such notice the effective date of the Contract Extension Amendment and any conditions that would apply. If the State determines, pursuant to this subparagraph 1(f)(2) to allow the contract amendment to take effect, it shall take effect only as to those Contractors consenting to the amendment taking effect pursuant to subparagraph 1(f)(1).
Contractors. Schedule 3.27(b) contains a list of all independent contractors (excluding subcontractors) currently engaged by Company, along with the position, date of retention and rate of remuneration, most recent increase (or decrease) in remuneration and amount thereof, for each such Person. Except as set forth on Schedule 3.27(b), no independent contractor is a party to a written agreement or contract with Company. Each such independent contractor has entered into Company’s standard form of independent contractor/consultant confidentiality, non-competition and assignment of inventions agreement with Company, a copy of which has been previously delivered to the Buyer. For the purposes of applicable Law, including without limitation the Code, all independent contractors who are, or within the last three (3) years have been, engaged by Company are bona fide independent contractors and not employees of Company. Except as noted on Schedule 3.27(b), each independent contractor is terminable upon thirty days notice, without any obligation to pay severance or a termination fee.