Incident Command System Sample Clauses

Incident Command System. All agencies support and use the Incident Command System (ICS) or National Incident Management System (NIMS). Unified command may be used for fires within the Black Hills Forest Fire Protection District regardless of point of origin or jurisdictional location of the fire. Jurisdictions declaring a vested interest in suppression operations will be encouraged to participate within the unified command structure. Unified command will follow procedures outlined by the Incident Command System. If a wildfire crosses jurisdictional boundaries or threatens adjacent jurisdictions or otherwise becomes a fire with multi-jurisdictional interest, any jurisdiction with a vested interest may request a unified command structure. When unified command is not invoked or if a jurisdiction chooses not to participate within the unified command structure they may designate an agency representative capable of evaluating operational tactics and local resource availability and may issue a letter of Delegation of Authority from their agency line authority to the Incident Commander or Unified Command.
Incident Command System. The on-scene management of an emergency incident and the structure and organization of responding resources within a standard hierarchy shall be governed as herein stated. All resources, including resources provided by the Contractor are subject to the direct orders and assignments of the incident commander and sector officers in order to affect the timely and orderly mitigation of the emergency.
Incident Command System. The accepted system to be utilized to coordinate multi-agency responses to incidents.
Incident Command System. Recipient shall coordinate and utilize a standard Incident Command System (“ICS”), to the greatest extent possible, for an emergency requiring mutual aid assistance under this Agreement. Recipient’s ICS shall be consistent with the concepts and principles of the National Incident Management System (“NIMS”) developed by the United States Department of Homeland Security. The Parties agree that Recipient’s ICS must allow for Unified Command (“UC”) to provide the most efficient and effective means for communication between and coordination of personnel and resources: 1) deployed by various agencies and jurisdiction at the federal, state and local levels; 2) deployed to an emergency occurring in two or more jurisdictions; or 3) deployed to an emergency occurring near the geographic boundary between two or more jurisdictions. Utilization of UC and ICS shall not be interpreted as increasing or decreasing the authority, responsibility, and accountability inherent to a local emergency response agency deployed by Provider under the terms of this Agreement.
Incident Command System. The Santa Cruz County EMS Agency subscribes to the principles of the incident command system. In this regard, every EMS incident is under the direction and control of an incident commander. Further, the incident command system provides that patient care on-scene is to be directed by the first arriving highest medically qualified person until such a time as the patient is properly relinquished to another ALS provider.

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PFPC System PFPC shall retain title to and ownership of any and all data bases, computer programs, screen formats, report formats, interactive design techniques, derivative works, inventions, discoveries, patentable or copyrightable matters, concepts, expertise, patents, copyrights, trade secrets, and other related legal rights utilized by PFPC in connection with the services provided by PFPC to the Fund.
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Computer System You must purchase and use any computer system that we develop or select for the Restaurant, including all future updates, supplements and modifications (the “Computer System”). The Computer System may include all hardware and software used in the operation of the Restaurant, including electronic point-of-sale cash registers and back office programs used to record, analyze and report sales, labor, inventory and tax information. The computer software package developed for use in the Restaurant may include proprietary software. You may be required to license the proprietary software from us, an affiliate or a third party and you also may be required to pay a software licensing or user fee in connection with your use of the proprietary software. All right, title and interest in the software will remain with the licensor of the software. The computer hardware component of the Computer System must conform to specifications we develop. We reserve the right to designate a single source from whom you must purchase the Computer System. You acknowledge and agree that we will have full and complete access to information and data entered and produced by the Computer System. You must, at all times, have at the Authorized Location internet access with a form of high speed connection as we require and you must maintain: (i) an email account for our direct correspondence with the Control Person; and (ii) a separate email account for the Restaurant.
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