Moderate. Collisions will be classified as Moderate if any of the following criteria apply and it does not meet the Major Collision criteria:
Moderate. Collisions will be classified as Moderate if any of the following criteria apply and it does not meet the Major Collision criteria: On-going performance problems: The employee had three (3) previous proven violations of the Vehicle Operations Policy on their OPS history. Evident Injury (Police Traffic Collision Report - PTCR). Any injury other than fatal or disabling at the scene. Includes broken fingers or toes, abrasions, etc.
Moderate. You are willing to accept moderate risk, including some volatility, to seek higher returns and understand you could lose a portion of your investment. You may be a moderate investor if the following criteria apply: • One of your priorities is preserving the future purchasing power of your capital. • You are willing to take a modest amount of risk to outpace inflation. • You desire a modest but stable growth pattern. • You are comfortable experiencing possible short-term decreases in your portfolio value in exchange for the potential of long-term positive gains. High: You are willing to accept high risk, including high volatility, and understand you could lose a substantial amount of your investment. You may be a high-risk investor if the following criteria apply: • You are striving for capital appreciation. • You are comfortable with, or perhaps have a history of, equity investing. • You desire significantly higher long-term growth. • You are willing to accept the impact of significant market swings on the value of your investment or account(s). • You have a long-term investment time frame.
Moderate. The Hosted Service suffers a low impact error or issue (which is not of Severity 1 or Severity 2) that impairs the use of the features of the Hosted Service, but the reported error or issue can be reasonably circumvented. SilkRoad will acknowledge any such reported error or issue within eight (8) hours,* and SilkRoad will work within normal business hours† to address and resolve the error and provide an applicable workaround or fix.
Moderate. Severe Dose reduction may be necessary in patients with severe liver impairment to maintain blood levels within the recommended target range Contra-indications / Special precautions Contraindications • Hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients listed. • Combination with products containing Hypericum perforatum (St Xxxx´s Wort). • Combination with medicines that are substrates for the multidrug efflux transporter P- glycoprotein or the organic anion transporter proteins (OATP) and for which elevated plasma concentrations are associated with serious and/or life-threatening events, e.g. bosentan, dabigatran etexilate and aliskiren Special warnings and precautions for use Medical supervision Ciclosporin should be prescribed only by physicians who are experienced in immunosuppressive therapy and can provide adequate follow-up, including regular full physical examination, measurement of blood pressure and control of laboratory safety parameters. The physician responsible for maintenance therapy should receive complete information for the follow-up of the patient. Lymphomas and other malignancies In view of the potential risk of skin malignancy, patients on ciclosporin, in particular those treated for psoriasis or atopic dermatitis, should be warned to avoid excess unprotected sun exposure and should not receive concomitant ultraviolet B irradiation or PUVA photochemotherapy. Infections Effective pre-emptive and therapeutic strategies should be employed, particularly in patients on multiple long-term immunosuppressive therapy. Renal toxicity A frequent and potentially serious complication, an increase in serum creatinine and urea, may occur SUPPORTING INFORMATION during ciclosporin therapy. Frequent monitoring of renal function is therefore required according to local guidelines for the indication in question.
Moderate. A Class 2 Event is a ZIP Network issue that impacts some functionality of the Services for any End Client, but the extent of the impact is likely to be moderate. An example of a Class 2 Event is the failure or inaccessibility of some of the non-critical functions of the Services for any End Customer.