Panels Sample Clauses

Panels. It is the intention of HMHP to include Practice in all Payor Contracts. Practice understands, however, that participation in a Payor Contract may be limited based on the unique needs and requirements of a Payor, and, thus, Practice agrees that nothing herein guarantees Practice’s or Participating Physicians’ right to participate in any Payor Contract.
Panels. Willis Towers Watson develops panels of insurers in certain market segments. Participating insurers are reviewed on a variety of factors. Commission rates on panel placements may be higher than rates paid on business placed outside of the panel process. Willis Towers Watson discloses its commission rates to clients on quotes obtained through the panel process prior to binding the coverage. In some instances, insurers pay an administration fee to participate in the panel process. Your Willis Towers Watson broker will provide you with additional information on Willis Towers Watson Panels upon request. Brokerage on Fee Business In some territories outside of North America, Willis Towers Watson obtains brokerage on business where our client pays us a fee. Our intention is to seek remuneration for work that Willis Towers Watson carries out for all parties in the insurance transaction but for which Willis Towers Watson is not otherwise sufficiently compensated. Some examples of this are the vastly-increased cost of regulation, distribution and infrastructure costs. This brokerage that Willis Towers Watson receives is a set percentage and is not contingent on achieving any level of growth, retention or profit on the business concerned. You can choose to exclude your placements from being included in any of these carrier agreements.
Panels. (1) The composition of panels and the assignment of cases to panels shall be governed by the Rules of Procedure. One judge of the panel shall be appointed as the presiding judge, in accordance with the Rules of Procedure.
Panels. The Group develops panels of insurers in certain market segments. Participating insurers are reviewed on a variety of factors. Commission rates on panel placements may be higher than rates paid on business placed outside of the panel process. The Group discloses its commission rates to clients on quotes obtained through the panel process prior to binding the coverage. In some instances, insurers pay an administration fee to participate in the panel process. Brokerage on Fee Business In some territories outside of North America, The Group obtains brokerage on business where our client pays us a fee. Our intention is to seek remuneration for work that The Group carries out for all parties in the insurance transaction but for which The Group is not otherwise sufficiently compensated. Some examples of this are the vastly-increased cost of regulation, distribution and infrastructure costs. This brokerage that The Group receives is a set percentage and is not contingent of growth, retention or profit on the business concerned. You can choose to exclude your placements from being included in any of these carrier agreements.
Panels. 6.1 Evaluation and moderation/ consistency checking panels should: • comprise equal numbers of union and employer representatives.• should reflect the diversity of the local workforce with particular regard to gender, ethnicity and range of job groups covered by the scheme, as far as is practicable• be a workable size (for example, 3-5 people) 6.2 The chair may be appointed from within the panel. Or the chair may rotate on an agreed basis. Alternatively, the steering group may agree to appoint an independent chair (or chairs). 6.3 Before panels sit, all panel members (including independent chairs) should receive training about the scheme and should be well informed about the provisions of the national agreement, and associated NJC guidance on equal opportunities and equal pay and grading. 6.4 Panels should agree a quorum and both sides should make arrangements for named (and trained) substitutes. Every effort should be made to ensure consistent membership on panels, especially on the moderation/ consistency panel. Regular attendance at panel meetings is important and there should be management commitment to ensure this. 6.5 Efficient administrative arrangements should be made for the work of panels. It is particularly important that consistent, clear records are kept, especially in relation to scoring jobs and appeals decisions and including the reasons for individual factor evaluations.
Panels. The grievance committee may be divided into panels of not fewer than 3 members, 2 of whom must be lawyers. Division of the grievance committee into panels shall only be upon concurrence of the designated reviewer and the chair of the grievance committee. The 3- member panel shall elect 1 of its lawyer members to preside over the panel’s actions. If the chair or vice-chair is a member of a 3-member panel, the chair or vice-chair shall be the presiding officer.
Panels. The service entrance section cabinet, current transformers, metering sections, main distribution panels and sub-panels shall be consolidated in an Electrical Room located in or around the central core of the building. To the extent determined advisable by the electrical engineer, if determined to be more economical, subpanels may be provided in locations outside of the main electrical room subject to approval of Tenant as to location. Panels to be of sufficient size to handle Tenant's requirements and to include main disconnect switch, together with wiring and raceways between main distribution cabinets and panels.
Panels. The panels shall be of rigid construction to allow repeated access without damage or distortion. Sound absorbing material shall be mineral fiber, treated to preclude shedding of fibers. Other approved insulation may be used except that polyurethane foam shall not be permitted. Top panels shall be secured to the enclosure frame with quick disconnect fittings and fabricated to allow easy hand removal for maintenance. End and side panels shall be hinged or lift out with positive closure latches. Panels shall be designed to allow the maximum access area when opened. Provide acoustic seals as required. Controls and instrumentation mounted on the panels shall have flexible connections for panel opening and disconnects for enclosure removal. Disconnects shall be of the male-female plug type. Panels shall split around all piping connections to allow enclosure removal without detaching piping. Controls shall be visible and operable from outside the enclosure.