Monitor Sample Clauses

Monitor. Monitor means to re-assess or re-evaluate, at reasonable intervals, a decision, determination or analysis previously made.
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Monitor. The trial will be monitored and evaluated against the criteria. The accountable manager is responsible for monitoring the arrangement. Following a successful trial period the hours (business hours of work) used in the trial period will become the new normal hours. Monitoring of key indicators will continue to ensure that the arrangement remains viable. In the event that the viability ceases to be realized, as determined by either party, the hours of work will revert to the previous "normal" hours unless the parties can jointly find another mutually acceptable alternative. When either party is making a determination about viability it must consider the previously established criteria for success/failure. 38 REDUCED HOURS OF WORK (RHOW) ARRANGEMENTS
Monitor. Mediators work hours shall be the normal workday as specified in the Monitors’ Agreement.
Monitor. During the drying process, conditions often change so ongoing site inspections are critical to an effective water restoration job. Our expertly trained drying technicians will regularly check and record psychrometric data and, based on their findings, will manipulate, add or remove drying equipment if necessary to meet changing conditions. ATI technicians maintain drying logs for each job with detailed moisture measurements, temperature and humidity tracking, as well as the moisture content of structural materials. ATI’s moisture mapping provides a comprehensive record of the recovery and informs our drying technicians on how best to proceed. Additionally, with remote monitoring technology, we can cut back on some on-site monitoring. Drying Location To minimize costs and business interruption, we make every attempt to clean and restore water-damaged property on-site, using the same equipment and techniques employed at our restoration facilities. In some cases, document and media restoration can be handled on-site. However, under most circumstances, moving these items to a secure ATI document recovery center is recommended. Pack-Out Approach When off-site cleaning and restoration is necessary, we offer a comprehensive pack-out program, including detailed documentation of all items, careful packing and transportation to our custom storage facility and the proper disposal of damaged materials beyond repair. Our state-of-the-art recovery centers meet all guidelines for commercial records management and our advanced inventory system provides a clear chain of custody throughout the recovery process, ensuring security of confidential information and a retrieval system that can locate your assets at any time. Document Restoration Our professionals are trained and certified to work on water-damaged documents, x-rays, books, photos, archival materials and more. We can handle document projects of all sizes using advanced diagnostic, retrieval, duplication and restoration techniques. We use freeze-drying, air-drying and desiccant dehumidifying techniques that are aligned to industry standards. We also offer specialized services such as hand-dry cleaning and freeze-drying. Our secure, climate-controlled recovery centers have customized drying rooms and electronic deodorization ozone rooms. Multiple freeze-drying xxxxxxxx allow us to extract water vapors from books and manuscripts, maps, business equipment, photos and historical/collectible items. Categories of Water Damag...
Monitor. Section 1.1 For so long as Citigroup Inc. or any of its affiliates (“Citigroup”) remains the ultimate controlling company of FRAC, PLICC shall allow FRAC and any reasonable number of counsel, financial advisors, accountants, actuaries and other representatives of FRAC, reasonable access, upon reasonable advance notice and during normal business hours to the facilities, documents, information, auditors, actuaries, outside advisors and relevant personnel of PLICC related to the management, administration and financial performance of the Reinsured Policies and Covered Liabilities. Such individual (or individuals) representing FRAC shall be referred to herein as a “Monitor”. FRAC shall ensure that a Monitor, in performing his or her duties, shall not disrupt the normal operations of PLICC in any material respect. Notwithstanding the foregoing or any other provision of this Agreement, PLICC shall not be obligated to provide such access to any facilities, documents, information, auditors, actuaries, outside advisors and relevant personnel of PLICC to the extent that doing so would violate applicable law or jeopardize the protection of an attorney-client privilege; provided that, in either circumstance, the parties will cooperate in good faith to determine a manner in which information can be shared so as to not violate applicable law or jeopardize the protection of an attorney-client privilege, as applicable.
Monitor. A monitor is a device for displaying images. It either consists of a matrix of active areas that radiate light of different wavelengths or is a (usually diffuse) reflector that is illuminated in different wavelengths and in a matrix of specific points by a projector.
Monitor. The Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that from and after the Effective Date, the Monitor and any potential purchasers of Excluded Assets accompanying the Monitor shall be permitted access to the Premises and the Excluded Assets during normal business hours (7AM to 6PM) or as otherwise agreed upon in writing with the Purchaser, for the purpose of (i) inspecting the Excluded Assets or gathering information with respect to any of the Excluded Assets, (ii) advertising and marketing in relation to any of the Excluded Assets, including showing any of the Excluded Assets to potential purchasers interested in purchasing any such Excluded Assets, and (iii) any activity reasonably ancillary to the foregoing, in each case, without any costs or charge of any kind, including any cost or charge in respect of rent or property taxes. The Monitor acknowledges and agrees that the grant of such access will be at its sole risk and expense.
Monitor. Check regularly to make sure mold has not returned to the clean-up area. What cleans moldy furniture and other items? • For wood, metal, plastic, glass, ceramics, and other objects that don't absorb water but are washable - wipe them with a solution of lukewarm water and laundry detergent. • For clothes, bedding, and other materials that absorb water and are washable - wash them in the laundry. • For beds, sofas, and other furniture that absorb water but are not washable - these items may need to be discarded. Or, try to save them by vacuuming well and allowing to air out. If there is no odor it may be okay. Mold can come back, so watch for any mold growth or mold related health problems. Discard the item if you suspect mold is growing inside or outside the item. Should I paint over mold? No. Don't paint or caulk over mold. The mold will grow under the paint and the paint will peel. I'm a renter or landlord, what help can you provide for a mold problem? Mold problems in buildings are a result of water and moisture problems. Excess moisture comes from leaks or condensation. Tenants and landlords both have responsibilities for addressing water and moisture problems that can cause mold. Generally, fixing leaks is the landlord's responsibility and reducing condensation is the renter's responsibility. See our mold resources for renters and landlords (xxx.xxx.xx.xxx/xxxxxxxxxx). Who are my local contacts for more information about mold? In Washington, you can contact your local county health department (xxx.xxx.xx.xxx/xxxxxxxxxxx) for more information about mold. If you live outside of Washington State, try contacting your county or state health department. More Information • Mold and Indoor Air Quality Information Line: 000-000-0000 • Mold, CDC (xxx.xxx.xxx/xxxx)
Monitor. City will monitor the activities and performance of District and any of its contractors or subcontractors as necessary, but no less than annually. Monitoring may include all phases and aspects of District’s performance to determine compliance with the requirements of this Agreement including the adequacy of District’s records and accounts.
Monitor. A cathode-ray tube (CRT), flat panel display (e.g. a liquid crystal display) or other display device and its associated electronics. A monitor may be sold separately or integrated into the computer chassis. This definition is intended primarily to cover standard monitors designed for use with computers. For purposes of this specification, however, the following may also be considered a monitor: mainframe terminals, and physically separate display units.