Flammable Liquids Sample Clauses

Flammable Liquids. Company will not keep or store flammable liquids within any covered and enclosed portion of the Premises or Common Use Areas in excess of Company’s working requirements. Any such liquids having a flash point of less than 110 degrees Fahrenheit will be kept and stored in safety containers of a type approved by Underwriters Laboratories.
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Flammable Liquids. Company will not keep or store flammable liquids within any covered or enclosed portion of the Airport without the prior written approval of Authority. Any such liquids having a flash point of less than 110 degrees Fahrenheit will be kept and stored in safety containers of a type approved by Underwriters Laboratories.
Flammable Liquids. The Airline will not keep or store flammable liquids within any covered and enclosed portion of its Airline Premises in excess of Airline’s working requirements. Any such liquids having a flash point of less than 110 degrees Fahrenheit will be kept and stored in safety containers of a type approved by Underwriters Laboratories.
Flammable Liquids. All flammable liquids that are kept or stored at the Premises must at all times be handled, stored and used in accordance with all applicable Federal, State and local laws.
Flammable Liquids. If Lessee uses flammable liquids, then Lessee shall use only a working supply of flammable liquids within any covered or enclosed portion of the Demised Premises. Any other supplies of such liquids shall be kept and stored in safety containers of a type approved by the Underwriters Laboratories and all applicable federal, state and City regulations. The term “working supply” as used herein shall mean the amount consumed by the Lessee and other parties using the Demised Premises during any normal work week.
Flammable Liquids. Tenant shall not keep or store, during any 24-hour period, flammable liquids within the enclosed portion of the Premises in excess of Tenant's working requirements during said 24-hour period, except in rooms or tanks especially constructed for such purposes in accordance with standards established by the National Board of Fire Underwriters and any applicable federal, state, or local law. Any such liquids having a flash point of less than 100 degrees Fahrenheit shall be kept and stored in safety containers of a type approved by the Underwriters Laboratories.
Flammable Liquids. Keep or store, during any twenty four (24) hour period, flammable liquids within the enclosed portion of the Facilities in excess of Virgin’s working requirements during said twenty four (24) hour period, except in storage Facilities especially constructed for such purposes in accordance with standards established by applicable insurance underwriters and Applicable Laws.
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Flammable Liquids. The Lessee shall not keep or store during any twenty-four (24) hour period flammable liquids within the enclosed portion of the Premises in excess of the Lessee’s working requirements during the said twenty-four (24) hour period. Any such liquids having a flash point of less than 110° F, shall be kept and stored in safety containers of a type approved by the Underwriter Laboratories of the Factory Mutual Insurance Association. The Lessee shall not keep or store in the Premises explosives, flammable liquids or solids or oxidized materials, except in accordance with the requirements of this paragraph (m).
Flammable Liquids. The text has been reorganised in paragraph 2.2.3.1.5, with the addition of a new 2.2.3.1.5.2 for the conditions under which viscous liquids which are also environmentally hazardous can be excluded from the other provisions of ADR.
Flammable Liquids. Lessee shall not keep or store, during any 24-hour period, flammable liquids within the enclosed portion of the Ground Lease Properties or Special Facilities in excess of Lessee's working requirements during said 24-hour period, except in storage facilities especially constructed for such purposes in accordance with standards established by the National Board of Fire Underwriters and approved by a governmental agency with authority to inspect such facilities for safety compliance. Any such liquids having a flash point of less than 100EF shall be kept and stored in safety containers of a type approved by the Underwriters Laboratories.
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