Occurrences Sample Clauses

Occurrences. Any change in the U.S., Canadian or international financial, political or economic conditions, the effect of which is such as to make it, in the judgment of the Underwriters, impractical to market or to enforce contracts for the sale of the Offered Shares, whether in the primary market or in respect of dealings in the secondary market.
Occurrences. Neither Party shall be responsible to the other Party for any failure, delay or interruption in the performance of any of its obligations under this Agreement if such failure, delay or interruption is caused by a matter reasonably outside of the control of the Party, which may include, but shall not be limited to, fire, flood, typhoon, earthquake, epidemic, riot, terrorist act, insurrection, war, failure or delay of normal sources of supply of materials, failure or delay of public utilities or carriers (“Force Majeure”), provided that the Party affected has used its best efforts to avoid the effects of such occurrence and to perform its obligations notwithstanding such occurrence, and such occurrence is not due to any fault or neglect of such
Occurrences. Add new clause as follows: For the first (1st), second (2nd) and third (3rd) occurrence of absence due to illness or injury in a calendar year, an employee will be eligible to receive Sick Pay commencing on the first day of absence. For the fourth (4th) and any subsequent occurrence of absence due to illness or injury in a calendar year, an employee will be eligible to receive Sick Pay on the second (2nd) day of absence. OCCURRENCE PER CALENDAR YEAR EMPLOYEE IS ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE SICK PAY FROM: First (1st), Second (2nd) and Third (3rd) Occurrence First (1st) Day of Absence Fourth (4th) and Subsequent Occurrences Second (2nd ) Day of Absence In the event the employee is hospitalized as an in-patient, it shall not count as an occurrence and the employee will be paid from the first day of absence.
Occurrences. Except as disclosed on Schedule 6.31, there have been no Occurrences within the last five years. For purposes of this Section 6.31.3, "Occurrence" shall mean any occurrence which is caused or allegedly caused by any defect in, or failure to warn or any breach of express or implied warranties or representations with respect to, a Product manufactured, shipped, sold or delivered by the Company or any of the Subsidiaries which results or is alleged to have resulted in injury or death to any Person or damage to or destruction of property (including damage to or destruction of the Product itself) or other consequential damages.
Occurrences. 5.2.6.1. DPHE shall respond to occurrences reported by licensed providers consistent with statute and DPHE policies and procedures.
Occurrences. The Employer will count occurrences, not the individual number of days an employee is absent or the amount of time an employee is late for work. For example, if an employee is sick with the flu and is absent for three (3) days, this period will only count as one (1) occurrence and not three (3). Reporting late to work is considered one (1) occurrence. No occurrence over one year old may be used in the progressive discipline schedule. Progressive discipline for violating this policy is based on the following schedule: If employed less than 90 days: If employed more than 90 days:
Occurrences. For noncompliance of the contract which does not rise to the level warranting Class B sanctions as defined in subsection (a)(2) of this section or Class C sanctions as defined in subsection (b) of this section, including, but not limited to, those violations defined as Class A sanctions in any provision of this contract, the following course of action will be taken by the DEPARTMENT: Each time the MCO fails to comply with the contract on an issue warranting a Class A sanction, the MCO receives a strike. The MCO will be notified each time a strike is imposed. After the third strike for the same contract provision, a sanction may be imposed. If no specific time frame is set forth in any such contractual provision, the time frame is deemed to be the full length of the contract. The MCO will be notified in writing at least thirty (30) days in advance of any sanction being imposed and will be given an opportunity to meet with the DEPARTMENT to present its position as to the DEPARTMENT'S determination of a violation warranting a Class A sanction. At the DEPARTMENT'S discretion, a sanction will thereafter be imposed. Said sanction will be no more than Part II 105 (PART II, 3.36-8.05) 07 HUSKY A 05/07 $2,500 after the first three (3) strikes. The next strike for noncompliance of the same contractual provision will result in a sanction of no more than $5,000 and any subsequent strike for noncompliance of the same contractual provision will result in a Class A sanction of no more than $10,000.
Occurrences. The termsEast Waterway/Harbor Island Occurrence,” “Lower Duwamish Occurrence,” and “T-91 Occurrence” shall have the respective meanings set out below:
Occurrences. Letter of Warning, up to Five (5) Day Suspension and review of attendance record and policy with Branch Manager or designee. After seven (7) Occurrences: Termination of employment. Tardiness for any assignment will count as one-half (1/2) of an occurrence. Absences of more than one day, or consecutive days for the same illness or circumstance, may be considered as a single occurrence depending on the particular situation. The Terminal Manager will review consecutive day absences with the Operations Manager before determining the number of chargeable occurrences to assign. The company will review the circumstances with the union, upon request. The Terminal Manager and the Operations Supervisor (or designee) will review requests for extended leaves of absence, not covered by the Family Medical Leave Act, on an individual basis. Operational needs, individual performance and attendance records will be considered. This is a company policy. It is subject to the collective bargaining agreement between the parties dated 20 through , 20 , and is subject to all provisions therein, including article XII. APPENDIX B SUMMER WORK DEFINED Bid day #1 This step is for all employees wishing to work. They may sign up. This work will be awarded by seniority that day. Bid day #2 This step is for any employee wishing to volunteer for a run. This work will be awarded by seniority that day. Bid day #3 This step would be a force from the bottom of the list. Employees will be called in by the manager, and shop steward, to choose any work/run by inverse order of seniority. Refusing to work when called during the summer shall result in a complaint to the unemployment office regarding a refusal to work which may result in a loss of unemployment benefits. Those employees that are not receiving unemployment benefits shall be exempt from the summer work defined.
Occurrences. Immediately notify the Agent in writing upon the occurrence of (a) any Event of Default or Default under this Agreement; (b) any default (which is not timely cured) under any Material Business Agreement; (c) any event, development or circumstance whereby any financial statements or other reports furnished to the Agent fail in any material respect to present fairly, in accordance with GAAP consistently applied, the financial condition or operating results of the Loan Parties on a consolidated or consolidating basis as of the date of such statements; (d) each and every default by any Loan Party which would reasonably be expected to result in the acceleration of the maturity of any Indebtedness including the names and addresses of the holders of such Indebtedness with respect to which there is a default existing or with respect to which the maturity has been or could be accelerated, and the amount of such Indebtedness; and (e) any other development in the business or affairs of any Loan Party which could reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect; in each case, to the extent permitted by applicable law, describing the nature thereof and the action the Loan Parties propose to take with respect thereto.