Living Conditions Sample Clauses

Living Conditions. 28.1 Fire Department facilities will be subject to inspection in even-numbered years by Health and Safety Inspectors. Wherever possible and practical, items requiring attention will be dealt with in the calendar year of the inspection. Otherwise, such items will be included in the estimates of the following year and given high priority by the Fire Department.
Living Conditions. If meals and living accommodations are provided by the Buyer, Seller reserves the right to recall the Seller’s personnel if the accommodations and meals are not suitable (as determined by the Seller’s management). Seller reserves the right to make alternate arrangements if other accommodations are available.
Living Conditions. All residents will be provided: on-call housing, 3 new lab coats in the PGY 1 year and 2 replacement lab coats in the PGY 2-7 year as needed and $1,000 per year meal allowance to be paid semi-annually. Personal housing must be obtained and fully paid for by the Resident. Details of any other optional /additional living condition benefits provided by the Hospital are outlined in Exhibit A, attached and incorporated by reference herein.
Living Conditions. We expect you to be aware of the isolated living conditions on the island. Any shopping you do is limited to the ferry connection 2-4 times a week unless you take the expensive taxi boat. Please also be aware that the closest town, Dalsbruk, is a small village with no specialty stores. Though some equipment can be obtained from Kimito center, about 40 kilometers from Kasnäs ferry harbour, the most practical way is to mail order stuff to the ferry. The limited connections to the island also limits the social life. As the amount of tourists during off-season is low, face-to-face contacts might be limited to the other resident artist(s) and the occasional service personnel. However, for contacts and equipment you are free to spend a few days on the mainland. In that case please contact us if you need help arranging accommodation. The weather in the archipelago is by no means extreme and actually the warmest in Finland. That said, we urge you to prepare for the occasional heavy winds and rain as well as cold and snow in the winter months when the sea has frozen. Our expectations We expect you to generally follow your stated Work Plan and write a short report or documentary of your work after your departure. If applicable to your work, we would like to keep in touch later and be able use images of your Örö-related work in our promotion. Our resident artists will also have a possibility (no obligation) of taking part in an exhibition in Summer 2017. About the organization You ought to be aware of the organizations working on the island and their roles: The island itself is owned by the Finnish state and managed by the state-owned forest administration enterprise, Metsähallitus. They run the general services on the island such as plumbing, electricity and property maintenance as well as take care of and enforce the nature protection status. They are also coordinating the ferry connections to the island with various subcontractors. The service personnel you might meet on the island are mostly working for Metsähallitus. The main commercial operator on the island is called Skärgårdskompaniet Ab. They run the guest harbour, restaurant and accommodation business. With a new hotel complet- ed in summer 2016 their business is expanding to year-round function. The Finnish Army and Naval forces are also still active on the island. They use it for observation and occasional military practice. Although they are not entitled to exclusive use of the island (except the small d...
Living Conditions. Honduras is a tropical country in the middle of Central America, bordered to the north with to Caribbean Sea, to the south with El Salvador, to the west with Guatemala and to the East with Nicaragua. Climate varies significantly depending on altitude. Mid-altitude temperatures are fairly moderate with regular sunshine making temperatures climb from 15-20° C (59-68° F) to up around 28°C (low 82° F) during the middle of the day. Rainfall is quite low to moderate with a patchy wet season from May to October. Low- land and coastal regions experience less of a temperature range with warmer nights and slightly less rainfall. The threat against UN system staff members from political activity is considered low. The threat from common criminal elements is considered highly critical in certain areas of the country. Violent crime is a serious and growing problem, especially in certain zones of Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, and to a less degree throughout the country. Pickpockets and purse-snatchers are prevalent in major cities at tourist sites, especially in pats of Comayaguela and the central market surroundings of Tegucigalpa. Visits to these areas should be avoided, especially after dark. Highway, road and street robberies, carjackingand assaults of pedestrians by armed thieves are still high. Roadblocks and demonstrations on the main highways and border countries customs offices have decreased. In the past, demonstrations have ended in street violence, requiring intervention by national police for which precaution is requested. Threats against the public transportation system by gangs have been reported in San Pedro Sula, supposedly related to Organized Crime, for which caution should be maintained at all times on the street. Visitors are specially advised to protect against mosquitoes bites in affected areas, due to insect – borne diseases such as Malaria and Dengue Fever (both serious, potentially fatal diseases). In general mosquitoes in Honduras are most bothersome from dusk to dawn, especially in the countryside. Other infectious diseases are common such as Diarrhea, Amoebic and food. Some specific health cares must be considered especially hygienic practices avoid eating in places where cleaning is not ensured and pay special attention to the hygiene of fruits and vegetables, wash fruits and vegetables carefully if you eat them raw or peel them before eating.
Living Conditions. Individual social life is very much affected by in a condition that is the overall environment of living place. Employers are supposed to provide adequate housing for their workers. Most employers do honour this clause but the accommodation which they provide is often inadequate in terms of space and facilities. Kassim (1998) and Abdul Rashid (2001) have mentioned that construction foreign workers‟ living and sleeping spaces are minimal. The accommodation provided by employers in the manufacturing and service sectors is generally slightly better, but they are often overcrowded (Karim, 1999; Kassim, 1998). The present study reveals that the majority of workers (67%) staying in a room with at least 6 to 10 persons in an apartment room includes one toilet. Besides, 24% of the workers live with 11 and more persons in an apartment rooom. Only 9% of them live with 1-5 persons. It shows that from the hygienic point of view, the workers live in very congested and unhealthy conditions. Table 7. Distribution of workers based on apartment Number of workers per apartmentFrequencyPercentage (%)1-5 persons99.06-10 persons6767.011 and more persons2424.0Total100100.0 Results summarized in Table (8) show the workers‟ opinion about their living conditions provided by their employers. The majority of the workers have a positive opinion regarding electricity and water facilities (M = 4.78, SD = .416) as well as availability of public facilities, e.g. clinic, bank, grocery markets (M = 4.33, SD = 1.334) near their accommodations. Further, a majority of workers find their accommodations safe and sound (M = 3.73, SD = 1.145) in Malaysia. Thus, they are satisfied with their living conditions. Table 8. Workers‟ opinion on their living conditions Items Mean Std. DeviationI have basic facilities (electricity and water) at myliving place4.78.416I don‟t have a comfortable space to sleep and eat3.061.613My living place is near to public facilities such asclinic, bank, grocery and night market4.331.334There are always infighting at the place where I live2.631.353My living area is safe and sound3.731.145I like my living place3.601.223I have no problem living with other countrymen2.651.359I do not like to stay at the same place where othernational co-workers also live3.181.218I always chat with other nation co-workers at my placeof living3.45.821My company provides basic furniture/TVs, freezers,Chairs, Tables for me to use1.28.900 In case of fighting between foreign workers at the place o...