Organisations Sample Clauses

Organisations. DIFI (Direktoratet for forvaltning og IKT)1, Norway, www.difi.no NITA (IT- og Telestyrelsen)2, Denmark, www.itst.dk BRZ (Bundesrechenzentrum), Austria Consip, Italy Persons Bergthór Skúlason, NITA Carl-Markus Piswanger, BRZ Christian Uldall Pedersen, NITA/Accenture Dennis Jensen Søgaard, NITA/Accenture Gert Sylvest, NITA/Avanade Hans Guldager Knudsen, NITA/Lenio Jens Jakob Andersen, NITA Joakim Recht, NITA/Trifork Kenneth Bengtsson, NITA/Alfa1lab Klaus Vilstrup Pedersen, DIFI Mike Edwards, NITA/IBM (editor) Mikkel Hippe Brun, NITA Paul Fremantle, NITA/WSO2 Philip Helger, BRZ Thomas Gundel, NITA/IT Crew 1 English: Agency for Public Management and eGovernment 2 English: National IT- and Telecom Agency Table of Content 1 Introduction 5
Organisations. DIFI (Direktoratet for forvaltning og IKT)1, Norway, www.difi.no NITA (IT- og Telestyrelsen)2, Denmark, www.itst.dk Persons Christian Uldall Pedersen (NITA/Accenture) Dennis Søgaard (NITA/Accenture) (editor) Jens Jakob Andersen, NITA Klaus Vilstrup Pedersen, DIFI 1 English: Agency for Public Management and eGovernment 2 English: National IT- and Telecom Agency Table of Content 1 Introduction 5
Organisations. Principle I: Harvesting of domestic timber complies with regulations on land use rights, forest use rights, management, environment and society. - Principle II: Compliance with regulations on handling confiscated timber. - Principle III: Compliance with regulations on importing timber. - Principle IV: Compliance with regulations on timber transportation and trade. - Principle V: Compliance with regulations on timber processing. - Principle VI: Compliance with regulations on export. - Principle VII: Compliance with regulations on tax and labour.
Organisations. Each Party shall, as regards broadcasting organisations, provide for the exclusive right to authorise or prohibit:
Organisations. All members of the Health Housing and Social Care Forum (Am Fasgadh, Alzheimer’s Scotland, Crossroads, Skye and Lochalsh Council of Voluntary Organisations Skye and Lochalsh Access Panel, Chest Heart and Stroke, Lochalsh and Skye Housing Association, Carr Gomm, Citizens Advice Bureau, Young Carers, Key Housing, and Sense Scotland, Highland Hospice, Marie Curie, Scottish Ambulance Service, Scottish Fire and Rescue service, private and independent sector and Scottish Care and Home.
Organisations. This information sharing protocol is being drawn up to facilitate the transfer of health care provision from SPS to NHS Scotland. However, the specific organisations involved are: Data Controller/ Organisation Department or Business Area SPS Head Office SPS All SPS prisons NHS All Health Boards including the Common Services Agency As well as those organisations identified above, it is acknowledged that each of these Data Controllers have existing arrangements with other external organisations in terms of service provision where the processing of health information is being carried out under Data Controller/Data Processor contracts. These organisations are identified in the specific data flow annexes outlined at the back of this document Data Types Personal information shared for the purpose of this agreement includes a range of information regarding the prisonersneeds. The information shared might therefore include: Clinical Information Health risks e.g. notifiable diseases Suicide risk management Integrated case management Social & safety risks, to other prisoners and the public Risks to staff Demographic details Location information The information is used to facilitate operational prison management and the ongoing management and review of a prisoner’s health and social care. Only the minimum necessary personal information consistent with the purposes set out in this document will be shared. Each organisation must have an appropriate entry (Notification) in the “Register of Data Controllers” managed by the Information Commissioner’s Office. This will be evidenced by a registration number and renewal date. It is the responsibility of each organisation to ensure that its entry is kept accurate and up-to-date. Legal Basis Both SPS and Health Boards are under a Duty of Care to look after prisoners under their care. This Duty of Care provides the legal basis for the partners to share prisoners’ personal information without obtaining their consent. Relevant legislation includes:
Organisations.  Principle I: Harvesting of domestic timber complies with regulations on land use rights, forest use rights, management, environment and society.  Principle II: Compliance with regulations on handling confiscated timber.  Principle III: Compliance with regulations on importing timber.  Principle IV: Compliance with regulations on timber transportation and trade.  Principle V: Compliance with regulations on timber processing.  Principle VI: Compliance with regulations on customs procedures for export.  Principle VII: Compliance with regulations on tax and employees.
Organisations. − Principle I: Harvesting of domestic timber complies with regulations on land use rights, forest use rights, management, environment and society. − Principle II: Compliance with regulations on handling confiscated timber. − Principle III: Compliance with regulations on importing timber. − Principle IV: Compliance with regulations on timber transportation and trade. − Principle V: Compliance with regulations on timber processing. − Principle VI: Compliance with regulations on customs procedures for export. − Principle VII: Compliance with regulations on tax and employees.
Organisations. In countries where the relevant labour laws recognise workersrights to form and to join workers’ organisations of their choosing without interference and to bargain collectively, the Contractor shall comply with such laws. Where the relevant labour laws substantially restrict workers’ organisations, the Contractor shall enable alternative means for the Contractor’s Personnel to express their grievances and protect their rights regarding working conditions and terms of employment. In either case described above, and where the relevant labour laws are silent, the Contractor shall not discourage the Contractor’s Personnel from forming or joining workers’ organisations of their choosing or from bargaining collectively, and shall not discriminate or retaliate against the Contractor’s Personnel who participate, or seek to participate, in such organisations and bargain collectively. The Contractor shall engage with such workers’ representatives. Workers’ organisations are expected to fairly represent the workers in the workforce.