For Adults Sample Clauses

For Adults. (1) preventive health care (e.g., initial health history and physical exam; mammography; papanicolaou smear).
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For Adults. If you sign for a minor under 14, you must stay to supervise that minor for the duration of the event.  I am fully aware that the activity associated with being a City volunteer involves certain risks of physical injury or death. That volunteer activity may involve difficult conditions, uneven terrain, unanticipated natural hazards, use of equipment, and/or strenuous manual labor, and I am dressed appropriately for this. Being fully informed as to these risks and in consideration of my being allowed to participate as a volunteer, I hereby assume all risk of injury, damage and harm to myself arising from such activities or use of City facilities. I also hereby individually and on behalf of my heirs, executors and assignees, release and hold harmless the City of Xxxxxxxx its officials, employees, volunteers and agents and waive any right of recovery that I might have to bring a claim or a lawsuit against them for any personal injury, death or other consequences occurring to me arising out of, or in any way connected to, my volunteer duties, except for those caused by the sole negligence of the City. Further, volunteers assume liability for any non-participants who accompany them. Volunteer Name: Volunteer Signature: Volunteer under age 14? No Yes If yes, see above, plus Minors: Parent Signature Required: Volunteer E-mail (optional): Volunteer Phone # (optional): Event/Activity: Date: Emergency Contact while volunteering: Name: Phone: Event/Activity Location: Group Affiliation (if any): Assigned City Staff Name: Volunteer Hours:
For Adults. Driving License, Pan Card, Election Card, Passport, Employment Card, Previous TPA ID Card / or any other Card /Document issued by Govt. Authorities.
For Adults. Driving License, Pan Card, Election Card, Passport, Government Employee Card, Aadhar card or else Photo affixed on Policy copy Duly Attested by Insurance company,
For Adults at the annual rate for the relevant Level of the part-time employee as prescribed at Clause 17.1, on a pro rata basis;

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