Major. A Party performing routine maintenance and inspection activities that will require major equipment or system outages shall provide the other Party with not less than seventy-two (72) hours’ prior notice, if practicable; provided that the provisions of Section 3.7.2 remain applicable to the outages and that the notice required by this Section 10.5 shall be in addition to, and does not substitute for, the requirements of Section 3.7. As noted in Article 3.7, Parties must comply with the applicable RTO requirements.
Major registered students and applicants holding an Offer to study will be informed of the outcome of deliberations of major variations as soon as is practicable. Normally this is no later than the date at which the timetable is published for the upcoming term. Major variations refer to modifications of the programme and include: amendments to learning outcomes of modules and programmes; changes affecting multiple modules across the programme; removal and addition of modules from a programme; a change to the final award title; changes that impact on the recognition of the programme by accrediting bodies; changes to the credit value of a programme or module; changes that have regulatory or progression implications.
Major. This severity level will be used for all problems of a major service affecting nature. Some general rules can be applied to define this Level: This severity level applies to problems whereby the customer is exempt of communication possibilities. This severity level applies to a group of customers, which can be linked to certain office codes.
Major. Reported Problems that seriously affect system operation, maintenance and administration and require immediate attention as reasonably viewed by Ciena (or the End User) upon discussions with ANDA. The urgency is less than in critical situations because of a lesser immediate or impending effect on system performance and/or End User’s operation and revenue.
Major. These are quality defects which could cause illness or mistreatment but not to a life-threatening extent, including, but not limited to: mislabeling – wrong or missing text or figures; missing or incorrect information – leaflets or inserts; microbial, physical or chemical contamination, with medical consequences; or insecure closure with serious medical consequences (for example, lack of child-resistant containers, potent product, sterile product). EXPLANATORY NOTE: [***] INDICATES THE PORTION OF THIS EXHIBIT THAT HAS BEEN OMITTED BECAUSE IT IS BOTH (I) NOT MATERIAL AND (II) WOULD BE COMPETITIVELY HARMFUL IF PUBLICLY DISCLOSED
Major. Services are available but highly degraded such that there is no acceptable workaround. Provider shall initially respond to critical Problems within 1 hours(s) of receipt. Provider shall resolve critical Problems within three business days of receipt, except in the event the Problem is caused by force xxxxxx.
Major. A deviation is major when it involves a departure from requirements or specifications involving: health, performance, interchangeability, reliability, survivability, maintainability or durability of the item or parts, effective use or operation of the item or system, weight or size and appearance (when a factor).