Environmental Control. The Consortium Members shall have a safety and environment management system that complies with the Best Practices of the Oil Industry and the Applicable Laws and Regulations. The Consortium Members shall, among other obligations: ensure preservation of an ecologically balanced environment; mitigate the occurrence of impacts and/or damages to the environment; ensure safety of the Operations for purposes of protecting human life, the environment, and the Contracting Party’s properties; ensure protection of the Brazilian historical and cultural heritage; recover degraded areas; meet the operational safety and environmental preservation recommendations issued by ANP, pursuant to the Applicable Laws and Regulations. In case of an environmental permitting process in which the applicable authority deems that a public hearing is required, the Consortium Members shall submit to ANP a copy of the studies prepared aiming at obtaining the permits at least thirty (30) business days before the hearing. The Consortium Members shall submit to ANP a copy of the environmental permits and their relevant renewals, in compliance with the deadlines defined in the specific regulations issued by ANP or, in a shorter period, whenever necessary to support an authorization procedure that requires such documents. During effectiveness of this Agreement, the Consortium Members shall submit to ANP the inventory of greenhouse gas emissions by May 31st of each year. The inventory shall detail the gases by typology of emission source and include their disposal. The Consortium Members shall submit to ANP and to other competent authorities the contingency plan regarding accidents due to spill of Oil, Gas, and its by-products. The Consortium Members shall immediately inform ANP and the competent authorities of any occurrence arising from an intentional or accidental fact or act involving risk or damage to the environment or to human health, property damages to their own or third-party assets and properties, fatalities or severe injuries to the personnel or to third parties, or unscheduled interruptions of the Operations, pursuant to the Applicable Laws and Regulations and the instructions provided for in manuals issued by ANP, when applicable. The Consortium Members shall immediately inform the competent authorities about the occurrence of any spill or loss of Oil and Gas and other incidents, as well as the measures taken to solve the problem.
Environmental Control. Where envi- ronmental conditions could reasonably be expected to have an adverse effect on product quality, the manufacturer shall establish and maintain proce- dures to adequately control these envi- ronmental conditions. Environmental control system(s) shall be periodically inspected to verify that the system, in- cluding necessary equipment, is xxx- xxxxx and functioning properly. These activities shall be documented and re- viewed.
Environmental Control. Facilities, including data and processing centers, must maintain appropriate environmental controls, including fire detection and suppression, climate control and monitoring, power and back-up power solutions, and water damage detection. Environmental control components must be monitored and periodically tested.
Environmental Control. Sr. Analyst - Environment Sr. Analyst - Occupational Health Intermediate Analyst - Environment Intermediate Analyst - Occupational Health J J H H Analyst - Environment Analyst – Occupational Health G G Technologist Design Ladder Sr. Designer J Designer I Sr. Draftsperson H Draftsperson F Technologist Project Control Sr. Project Controls Coordinator K Project Controls Coordinator J Technical Specialist Specialist I Specialist Assistant G Technologist Mines Technical Services Sr. Mines Technologist J Mines Technologist I Assistant Mines Technologist G Technologist Exploration (Technological) Sr. Geological Technologist I Geological Technologist Geological Assistant G F Exploration (University) Sr. Geologist K Geologist I University Graduate Analytical Sr. Chemist Sr. Process Analyst J J Chemist I Process Analyst I Sr. Analyst G Analyst F Technologist Technical Sr. Metallurgical Technologist J Metallurgical Technologist I Sr. Process Assistant G Process Assistant F Technologist/Technician Plant Maintenance Sr. Maintenance Assistant J Maintenance Assistant G Technologist Water Treatment Sr. Water Treatment Plant Operator H Water Treatment Plant Operator G Procurement Procurement Analyst II (Buyer/Contract Administrator) I Procurement Analyst I (Buyer/Contract Administrator) H SCHEDULE ‘E’ REGULAR MONTHLY SALARIES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2017 Grade Entry Dev Accept Full Perf C 3591.29 3857.90 4129.73 4485.20 D 3910.17 4202.91 4495.65 4887.71 E 4270.97 4594.97 4913.85 5337.38 F 4615.88 4960.90 5305.39 5765.93 G 4945.22 5316.05 5687.52 6184.13 H 5415.69 5818.21 6225.95 6769.61 I 5786.84 6220.73 6654.40 7234.86 J 6115.86 6576.20 7036.22 7647.83 K 6497.78 6983.94 7464.87 8118.31 Effective January 1, 2018, the regular salaries in effect on December 31, 2017 will be increased by one and one half percent (1.5%). Effective January 1, 2019, the regular salaries in effect on December 31, 2018 will be increased by two percent (2%). Effective January 1, 2020, the regular salaries in effect on December 31, 2019 will be increased by two percent (2%). Effective January 1, 2021, the regular salaries in effect on December 31, 2020 will be increased by two percent (2%) SCHEDULE ‘F’ SEASONAL EMPLOYEES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2017 Current Classification Regular Monthly Salary Environmental Services Leader $4438.15 Environmental Services Operator $3646.08 Effective January 1, 2018, the regular salaries in effect on December 31, 2017 will be increased by one and one half percent (1.5%). E...
Environmental Control. In performing the Work, the Contractor shall become thoroughly familiar with all Federal, State, and local statutes, ordinances, and directives with respect to the elimination of excessive noise and pollution of air, water, and soil due to construction and other operations. Attention shall be given to reduce the noise of heavy construction equipment and to the control of dust, smoke, and fumes from construction equipment and other operations on the Work site, and the dirt and noise created by heavy truck operations over City streets in accordance with ordinances of the City of Chicago and orders of the SCC. The discharge of Hazardous Materials into waterways and City sewers will not be permitted.
Environmental Control. 21.1. The Concessionaire shall have a safety and environment management system that complies with the Best Practices of the Oil Industry and the Applicable Laws and Regulations.
Environmental Control. Tenant shall, upon demand, reimburse Landlord the cost of any fine or penalty, and any reasonable attorney fees, paid or incurred by Landlord as a result of, or evolving out of, an Environmental Citation or a decision of the Baltimore City Environmental Control Board, a panel of the Board, or one of its hearing officers, when the violation is a result of any act or omission of the Tenant or the Tenant’s family, agents, employees, guests or invitees, or where the building in which the Premises is located is a single family dwelling and the act or omission which resulted in the issuance of the Environmental Citation was not the Landlord’s responsibility under this Lease and was not committed by the Landlord.
Environmental Control. If environmental conditions could reasonably be expected to have an adverse effect on product quality, the Supplier shall establish and maintain procedures, including maintenance, adjustment, and inspection to adequately control these environmental conditions. The Supplier shall keep records of these activities and make them available to the Customer upon request.
Environmental Control. Opus shall use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain cold aisle conditions in the Premises, as measured at two (2) to five (5) feet above the floor level, in accordance with the “Recommended Level” set forth in the then-current ASHRAE TC 9.9 (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Technical Committee 9.9) Design Considerations for Datacom Equipment Centers, for Class 1 buildings (the “ASHRAE Standards”), the current version of which is set forth in Table 2.2 below. Table 2.2 2008 ASHRAE Environmental Guidelines for Datacom Equipment Condition Allowable Level Recommended Level Temperature Control Range 59° F - 90° F 64.4° F - 80.6°F Maximum temperature rate of change 9° F per hour Relative humidity control range 20%-80% 63° Xxx Xxx point 25%-60% ASHRAE TC 9.9 Class 1: Typically a Datacom facility with tightly controlled environmental parameters (dew point, temperature, and relative humidity) and mission critical operations; types of products typically designed for this environment are enterprise servers and storage products. In the event that: