Exposures Sample Clauses

Exposures. (a) If the Company writes Covered Policies before June 1 of the Contract Year, the Company shall report to the SBA, unless otherwise provided in Rule 19-8.029, F.A.C., no later than the statutorily required date of September 1 of the Contract Year, by ZIP Code or other limited geographical area as specified by the SBA, its insured values under Covered Policies as of June 30 of the Contract Year as outlined in the annual reporting of insured values form, FHCF-D1A (Data Call) adopted for the Contract Year under Rule 19-8.029, F.A.C., and other data or information in the format specified by the SBA.
Exposures a. County will use Riskonnect RCMIS to track exposures such as headcount by Agency, payroll by Division, miles driven by Department, vehicles assigned by Agency, etc.
Exposures. An exposure ("Exposure") occurs upon: (i) the serving up to an end user of the Premier Graphic on the top of a Stack as described in sections 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4; (ii) an end user clicking on a link programmed by Netscape directly to Premier Provider's search functionality on Premier Provider's Web Site (excluding Premier Links) or executing a search query directed to Premier Provider's Web Site from any location on Netscape's Web Site with search functionality other than the Page; (iii) the Page when accessed by a click from the Bookmark; (iv) a link through a disabling device only if and to the extent permitted under Section 6.3; or (v) any other Premier Provider content as a consequence of an end user accessing a promotional page on Netscape's Web Site if the parties agree that such promotional page traffic will constitute an Exposure.
Exposures for the purposes of this Section, shall mean any asset or off‑balance‑sheet item referred to in Section 3, Subsection 1, without application of the risk weights or degrees of risk there provided for.
Exposures. Will your subjects be exposed to any of the conditions or substances listed here? Check all that apply. • Clinical drug research of any kind• Exposure to X-rays or microwaves• Use of devices not controlled by the FDAIngestion of substances that are outside of FDA food guidelines★ None of the exposures listed here.• Other exposure, not listed above.
Exposures confirmed by SEHS to not be work-related (exposure happened away from work).
Exposures. Emergency procedures to be followed (from SDS):Eye contact for any or all chemicals used in these proceduresSymptoms:List symptoms for each chemical from MSDS. First aid:Describe first aid measures for each chemical as they are given in the SDS. Call a physician. During business hours, call EHSRM immediately to report the exposure (474-6771 or 474-5413). Skin contact for any or all chemicals used in these proceduresSymptoms:List symptoms for each chemical from MSDS. First aid:Describe first aid measures for each chemical as they are given in the MSDS. Call a physician if necessary. Call EHSRM immediately to report the exposure (474-6771 or 474-5413). Ingestion for any or all chemicals used in these proceduresSymptoms:List symptoms for each chemical from MSDS. First aid: Describe first aid measures for each chemical as they are given in the MSDS. Call a physician immediately. Call EHSRM immediately to report the exposure (474-5413). InhalationSymptoms:List symptoms for each chemical from MSDS. First aid:
Exposures. As discussed in the index chapter, NeighFrag was modelled as a categorical variable with decile rankings of the score. This had several advantages in exploratory analyses. Firstly, nonlinearity could be examined, as an association was calculated for each decile (relative to a reference group), rather than the estimate representing an averaged unit change in outcomes across each NeighFrag decile without first examining for linearity. Secondly, the original NeighFrag score had a highly skewed distribution. Converting the data into deciles (implying a ranking of neighbourhoods) still allowed for a meaningful interpretation of the score and did not need to be untransformed to be understood (if for example NeighFrag was logged for analyses) (Kirkwood et al., 2003). However a downside to the use of categorical variables was a reduction in statistical power for each comparison of groups, as well as the increased degrees of freedom required. Therefore consideration was given to various groupings which would balance the need for information on any non-linearity of a NeighFrag – health association, but still allow for adequate precision and simplicity. Using quintiles and tertiles would have provided an even distribution of area units at each level and a relatively small number of categories. However, information would be lost about anyassociations at deciles 1 and 10, a problem given the differences observed in their relationship with variables in Chapter Three. Therefore it was decided to categorise NeighFrag into 6 levels; decile 1; deciles 2&3; 4&5; 6&7; 8&9; and decile 10. Choosing an interpretable reference group for NeighFrag was problematic. Common practice is to use the lowest decile or ‘unexposed’ group as the reference (Kirkwood et al., 2003). However, in keeping with Durkheim’s theories of regulation and integration discussed in Chapter Four the theoretical preference was to model fragmentation as a balance between too little and too much. A statistical issue was the smaller numbers in decile 1, particularly when restricted to the urban population, which could result in imprecise estimates if NF1 were used as the reference category (Rothman and Greenland, 1998). The solution was to select deciles 4&5 as the reference group. Those living in neighbourhoods with moderate levels of fragmentation could then be compared with both ends of the spectrum. NeighFrag was also modelled as a continuous variable as a means of further reducing the total number of indica...
Exposures. The following is a use case, with a total of six exposures: • GC Pooling o Collateral giver and receiver, EUR claim, ECB basket, 200 Mio – two exposures o Collateral giver and receiver, USD claim, ECBX basket, 200 Mio – two exposures • Eurex margining o Pledge with own securities, 50 Mio – 1 exposure o Pledge with transferred securities (Re-use), ECB basket, 50 Mio – one exposure