HUMAN REMAINS Sample Clauses

HUMAN REMAINS. (a) Should inadvertent effects to or unanticipated discoveries of human remains be made on Region 5’s lands, the County Coroner (California Health and Safety Code 7050.5(b)) or Sheriff if ex officio Coroner (Nevada Revised Statutes 259) shall be notified immediately. If the remains are determined to be Native American or if Native American (Indian) cultural items pursuant to NAGPRA are uncovered, the provisions of NAGPRA and its regulations at 43 CFR 10 and ARPA at 43 CFR 7 shall be followed on federal lands.
HUMAN REMAINS. If any human remains and/or grave-associated artifacts are encountered during data recovery, the New York District, the NJHPO, the Council, the Delaware Nation and the Delaware Tribe of Indians, shall consult to develop a treatment plan for human remains that is responsive to the Council's "Policy Statement on Human Remains" (September 27, 1988), the Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act (PL 101-601) and, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Policy Guidance Letter No. 57, (1998) Indian Sovereignty and Government-to-Government Relations With Indian Tribes.
HUMAN REMAINS a. ARHA and/or its assignees shall make all reasonable efforts to avoid disturbing gravesites, including those containing Native American human remains and associated funerary artifacts. ARHA and/or its assignees shall treat all human remains in a manner consistent with the ACHP’s Policy Statement Regarding Treatment of Burial Sites, Human Remains and Funerary Objects (February 23, 2007; http://www.achp.gov/docs/hrpolicy0207.pdf).
HUMAN REMAINS. In the event human remains are encountered, all reasonable efforts will be made to avoid disturbing the remains and any artifacts pursuant to Chapter 194.400- 410, RSMO. To the extent possible, the public will be excluded from viewing the remains or artifacts and no photographs will be released to the public or news media.
HUMAN REMAINS. In the case of an unanticipated discovery of human remains or burials during construction activities or unanticipated impacts to known historic properties, IDOT shall halt construction, secure the area, and follow the provisions of the Illinois Human Skeletal Remains Protection Act (20 ILCS 3440, 17 IAC 4170).
HUMAN REMAINS. 431 NASA WFF personnel shall make all reasonable efforts to avoid disturbing known gravesites, 432 including those containing Native American human remains and associated funerary artifacts. NASA 433 WFF shall treat all human remains in a manner consistent with the ACHP "Policy Statement 434 Regarding Treatment of Burial Sites, Human Remains and Funerary Objects" (February 23, 2007; 435 http://www.achp.gov/docslhrpolicy0207.pdD or ACHP policy in effect at the time remains and 436 funerary artifacts are handled.
HUMAN REMAINS a) The NRC, BLM, and Powertech recognize that human remains, funerary objects, sacred objects, and items of cultural patrimony encountered during ground disturbance activities should be treated with dignity and respect.
HUMAN REMAINS. 6A.7.1 The Permitting Authority shall treat human remains that are removed from a Burial Site or a Miawpukek Mi’kmaq Burial Site in accordance with this chapter.