Facilities Planning Sample Clauses

Facilities Planning. The Board shall involve teachers in the preparation of educational 4 specifications for school facilities. The specifications shall be used in the planning and 5 construction of new facilities and in the planning of additions or the remodeling of existing 6 facilities. These specifications will be used, at the discretion of the Board. Such specifications may 7 include:
Facilities Planning. A committee will be appointed jointly by the Association and Administration to provide input and feedback in the facilities planning process. The committee will provide input during the programming phase. The committee will have the opportunity to provide comment during the design phase of the planning.
Facilities Planning. 1. The Union will support the District's actions to reorganize the Facilities Planning and Construction Department (FPCD) by creating management positions to implement and supervise departmental activities, projects and goals. The District will not seek to utilize the project manager classification for said positions.
Facilities Planning. The College Facilities Committee shall contain one member selected by the President of the Faculty Association.
Facilities Planning. 13 11.8. FIRST-TIME EMPLOYED 13 11.9. INVOLUNTARY TRANSFER 13 11.10. NOTICE OF SUBPOENA, SUMMONS, OR LEGAL COMPLAINT 14 11.11. NOTICE OF VACANCIES; TRANSFER 14 11.12. NOTIFICATION OF CRIMINAL CHARGES 14 11.13. PROFESSIONAL DAY 14 11.14 PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS 16 11.15. REDUCTION IN FORCE AMONG EDUCATORS 17 11.16. SAFE WORKING CONDITIONS 17 11.17. SCHOOL CALENDAR 17 11.18. SUMMER SCHOOL AND EVENING SCHOOL APPOINTMENTS 17 11.19. VIDEO SURVEILLANCE 18 ARTICLE 12 18 PART-TIME ASSIGNMENTS 18 12.1. TENURED EDUCATORS 18 12.2. NON-TENURED EDUCATORS 19 12.3. PART-TIME EDUCATOR SUPERVISION 19
Facilities Planning. The Parties acknowledge that IPS regularly considers how best to make the most efficient use of its facilities (“Facilities Planning”) and that the Facilities may be included in such Facilities Planning. The Parties agree that IPS may, pursuant to such Facilities Planning or otherwise, terminate Operator’s rights under this Agreement relating to the Facilities (“Facilities Rights”) by giving written notice of such termination (“Facilities Notice”) to Operator. If IPS provides a Facilities Notice before August 1 of a given School Year, Operator shall continue to operate the School in the Facilities pursuant to this Agreement through the remainder of the then current School Year. If IPS provides a Facilities Notice after August 1 of a given School Year, Operator shall continue to operate the School in the Facilities pursuant to this Agreement for both the remainder of the School Year in which such Facilities Notice is provided and the School Year that immediately follows.
Facilities Planning. During the period of time Administrator occupies the premises pursuant to Article XVIII, CGU agrees to provide the following services at cost in accordance with Section 5.1 Mail Cafeteria Purchasing Storage
Facilities Planning. 2.1.1.1 The Contractor shall leverage the lessons learned from current or past operations to produce operational documentation (concepts, plans, processes, information flows, interagency agreements, and other documentation delivered as technical reports) so that the DSNS is properly prepared to meet future all hazards public health emergencies regarding medical waste management.

Related to Facilities Planning

  • Procurement Planning Prior to the issuance of any invitations to bid for contracts, the proposed procurement plan for the Project shall be furnished to the Association for its review and approval, in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 1 of Appendix 1 to the Guidelines. Procurement of all goods and works shall be undertaken in accordance with such procurement plan as shall have been approved by the Association, and with the provisions of said paragraph 1.

  • Discharge Planning If further care at home or in another facility is appropriate following discharge from the Hospital, Blue Shield will work with the Member, the attending Physician and the Hospital discharge planners to determine the most appropriate and cost effective way to provide this care.

  • Strategic Planning Facilitate the effective alignment of IT requirements/ Information Resource Management (IRM) plans with strategic business plans and program initiatives. Management Improvements: Development and implementation of improved systems and business practices to optimize productivity and service delivery operations (e.g., analysis, and implementation of improvements in the flow of IT work and program processes and tool utilization, including business system analysis, identification of requirements for streamlining, re-engineering, or re-structuring internal systems/business processes for improvement, determination of IT solution alternatives, benchmarking).

  • Project Planning GOVERNMENTAL APPROVALS; ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE; PUBLIC INFORMATION 30 4.1 Planning and Engineering Activities 30 4.2 Site Conditions 30 4.3 Governmental Approvals 30 4.4 Environmental Compliance 34 4.5 Community Outreach and Public Information 35

  • Transition Planning The AGENCY will be responsible for the development of the student’s Transition Plan, which begins upon entry and is completed prior to the student’s exit.

  • Stormwater Management The Owner agrees that stormwater management measures shall be applicable to the development of the Lands, in a manner which is in accordance with the provisions of The Drainage Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.D.17 and amendments thereto, and to the satisfaction of the Municipality's Engineer.

  • Financial Planning Continued access, for the remainder of the calendar year in which the Covered Termination occurs or for 60 days (if greater), to the financial planning services available to executive employees at the time of Covered Termination.

  • Contingency Planning The Official Agency in conjunction with the Authority shall ensure that there are contingency plans in place at appropriate levels for dealing with food related crises and incidents. The contingency plan shall be in line with Article 115 of Regulation (EU) 2017/625 and include arrangements for activation of the plan, establishment of a crisis team, communication and information, out of hours contacts and on call services. As part of these plans, the Official Agency will provide the Authority with contact points for both office hours and out of office hours contact for emergency and crisis situations. The Official Agency shall facilitate training of personnel in the operation and exercise of the contingency plans. Periodic review of the plans shall take place in consultation with the Authority. The Official Agency shall implement the agreed Inter-Agency Protocol for the Management of a Food Crisis and guidance on Management of Outbreaks of Foodborne Illness as per Section 1.19.

  • Dewatering (a) Where the whole of a site is so affected by surface water following a period of rain that all productive work is suspended by agreement of the Parties, then dewatering shall proceed as above with Employees so engaged being paid at penalty rates as is the case for safety rectification work. This work is typically performed by Employees engaged within CW1, CW2 or CW3 classifications. When other Employees are undertaking productive work in an area or areas not so affected then dewatering will only attract single time rates.

  • Selection Planning Prior to the issuance to consultants of any requests for proposals, the proposed plan for the selection of consultants under the Project shall be furnished to the Association for its review and approval, in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 1 of Appendix 1 to the Consultant Guidelines. Selection of all consultants’ services shall be undertaken in accordance with such selection plan as shall have been approved by the Association, and with the provisions of said paragraph 1.