Physical Access. Contractor represents and warrants that it has established and during the Term it will at all times enforce:
Physical Access. INAP has installed and will maintain security systems to control access to the Facility and Shared Common Space (as defined herein). INAP shall provide Customer with key cards or other such technology to access the Facility, Shared Common Space, multi-tenant data halls, and the Data Center Suite, as appropriate. All such access shall be recorded and maintained by INAP. Customer will have access to the private Data Center Suite, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, unless otherwise specified in an Ordering Document. Only Customer shall have access to Customer’s Data Center Suite, except, in the case of INAP, for maintenance, to ensure security, with prior express consent (including by electronic mail), upon standing consent (e.g. for Remote Hands Services), and in the case of emergency. Customer is responsible for cost to replace lost access cards.
Physical Access. 1. The Confidential Information will be accessed within a secure location that allows unescorted access only to Authorized Persons. All Visitors to the secure location will be escorted by an Authorized Person at all times. The secure location can be within a series of buildings, one entire building, an entire floor within a building, or a single room. Once the perimeter of the secure location is defined, these requirements apply to all areas within the perimeter. Where a series of buildings is involved, a secure perimeter will be defined for each building. CMHC may approve other secure environments that provide a similar level of protection to the Confidential Information.
Physical Access. In the event Implementer or its Implementer Parties require access to PG&E facili- ties to perform any obligations under this Agreement, Implementer must also comply with PG&E’s Drug and Alcohol Policy on Exhibit C. PG&E may at any time require other safeguarding procedures for access to PG&E facilities.
Physical Access. The Customer is to ensure that Standard Digital Personnel and any Third-Party Personnel nominated by Standard Digital are given reasonable authorised access to premises and equipment in order that the Professional Services may be delivered and maintained in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.
Physical Access. Entrances/Exits • Access to be level at entrances and exits. Thresholds should be flush. • Provide a clear circulation space either side of doors or entrance spaces, lifts. • Keep doors open or use automatic doors if possible. • Entrances to be clearly visible (e.g. contrasting colour to nearby gallery space). • Provide a visibility strip between 1400-1600mm AFFL on glazed doors or walls. • Provide clear operating instructions (e.g. ‘push/pull’), push plates etc., for doors. • Provide contrasting door furniture. Stairs/Ramps • Changes in level should be avoided where possible. • Ramps ( accompanied by stair if necessary ) to be used if change in level required. Ramps to be 1:20 if possible – 1:15 min. • Clear circulation spaces required with tactile/colour change warning surfaces at the top and bottom of raised areas – see BS8300:2001 for measurements. • Handrails to stairs/ramps to be made from materials that are not cold to touch. • Xxxx the edges of each stair step with a strip of contrasting colour. General seating and rest areas • Provide plentiful seating with adjacent wheelchair spaces. • Seating should consist of a firm, fairly upright static seat. • Provide some seating with arm rests or supports either side at 580mm above the floor. • Seating should have a heel space under neath of at least 100mm to make rising easier. • Make sure seating is not a trip hazard. • Ensure that seating contrasts with the surroundings. Through routes • No change in floor level is preferred. • Primary circulation and escape routes should be 1500mm wide minimum, or 1500 x 1800mm at turning points – see BS8300:2001 for more detail. • Straight routes avoiding ‘cul-de-sacs’ are best for visitors with mobility difficulties. • Provide a visibility strip between 1400-1600mm AFFL on glazed doors or walls • Provide a high colour contrast between floor and walls • Provide a consistent choice of colours to help locate items such as entrances, doors, furniture, display stands, etc. • Use matt floor finishes to avoid visual confusion of reflections and glare. Displays Cases and other display elements • Circulation around individual displays that are not main circulation routes to be 1200mm min, preferably 1500mm. • Objects ideally to be displayed between 750-2000mm from the floor for ease of viewing, however they can go lower but the graphics need to be considered. • Desk cases to be 800mm from the floor with an overhang, and 750mm wide clear space underneath for wheelchair parking...