Organisations. In countries where the relevant labour laws recognize workers’ rights to form and to join workers’ organisations of their choosing without interference and to bargain collectively, the Contractor and their Subcontractors shall comply with such laws. Where the relevant labour laws substantially restrict workers’ organisations, the Contractor and/or their Subcontractors shall enable alternative means for their 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 and their Subcontractors shall not discourage their personnel from forming or joining workers’ organisations of their choosing or from bargaining collectively, and shall not discriminate or retaliate against the personnel who participate, or seek to participate, in such organisations and bargain collectively. The Contractor and their Subcontractors shall engage with such workers’ representatives. Workers’ organisations are expected to fairly represent the workers in the workforce. The Contractor and their Subcontractors shall ensure that workers’ representatives have access to all workplaces necessary to enable them to carry out their representative functions.
Organisations. 1. Unless otherwise established by the delegated acts adopted pursuant to Article 18, organisations responsible for the design and production of products, parts and non-installed equipment shall be subject to certification and shall be issued with an approval. That approval shall be issued upon application, when the applicant has demonstrated that it complies with the rules established by the delegated acts adopted pursuant to Article 18 to ensure compliance with the essential requirements referred to in Article 9. The approval shall specify the privileges granted to the organisation and the scope of the approval. An approval shall be required in respect of:
Organisations. Signing Authority Director Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx firstname.lastname@example.org ASGC Project Director Xxxxx X. Xxx Xxxxx.Xxx@xxxxxx.xxx MoU Contact Point Strategy and Policy Manager Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx email@example.com Operation Manager Xxxx Xxx Xxxx.Xxx@xxxxxx.xxx User support Chief Operations Officer Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx firstname.lastname@example.org Application manager Xxxx-Xxx Xxxx email@example.com Infrastructure Operations Chief Operations Officer Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx firstname.lastname@example.org Operation Manager Xxxx Xxx Xxxx.Xxx@xxxxxx.xxx Technical Coordination Technical Manager Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx email@example.com Operation Manager Xxxx Xxx Xxxx.Xxx@xxxxxx.xxx Dissemination Deputy Director Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxx firstname.lastname@example.org Dissemination Deputy Xxxxx Xxxxx email@example.com
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. The following organisations will be involved in the data sharing: Organisation Department or Business Area Scottish Prison Service HMP xxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Organisations. Each Party shall provide broadcasting organisations with the exclusive right to authorise or prohibit: - the fixation of their broadcasts; - the reproduction of fixations of their broadcasts; - the making available to the public2 of their broadcasts, by wire or wireless means, which is made in response to a request from a member of the public3; - the rebroadcasting of their broadcasts by wireless means; and - the communication to the public of their broadcasts if such communication is made in places accessible to the public against payment of an entrance fee, provided that the conditions under which that exclusive right may be exercised may be determined by each domestic law.
Organisations. 8.1. The Company has agreements with Collaborating Organisations which set out the roles and responsibilities of each in relation to your admission, Programmes and Services. Where such responsibilities rest with the Collaborating Organisation, the Company excludes liability to the fullest extent permissible by law for: