Physical Fitness New Employees. New employees are required to file a medical examination report with the Director of Health Services before reporting for duty in the Des Moines schools. The employee must pay the cost of this examination given by a physician of his/her choice and reported on the form provided by the Employer.
Physical File Characteristics 6.2.1 The Optional Daily Usage File will be distributed to <<customer_name>> via an agreed medium with CONNECT:Direct being the preferred transport method. The Daily Usage Feed will be a variable block format (2476) with an LRECL of 2472. The data on the Daily Usage Feed will be in a non-compacted EMI format (175 byte format plus modules). It will be created on a daily basis (Monday through Friday except holidays). Details such as dataset name and delivery schedule will be addressed during negotiations of the distribution medium. There will be a maximum of one dataset per workday per OCN.
PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM 42.1 The Joint Labor/Management Physical Fitness Committee consisting of four (4) members, two (2) appointed by the Chief of Department and two (2) appointed by the Union shall develop a physical fitness program for the Department to maintain and improve the health and fitness of members and reduce injuries. The employees appointed by the Union shall receive reasonable time off without loss of compensation or other benefits for the purpose of participating in meetings of the Joint Labor/Management Physical Fitness Committee.
ODUF Physical File Characteristics 6.2.1 ODUF will be distributed to TWTC via Secure File Transfer Protocol (FTP). The ODUF feed will be a variable block format. The data on the ODUF feed will be in a non-compacted EMI format (175 byte format plus modules). It will be created on a daily basis Monday through Friday except holidays. Details such as dataset name and delivery schedule will be addressed during negotiations of the distribution medium. There will be a maximum of one dataset per workday per OCN. If AT&T determines the Secure FTP Mailbox is nearing capacity levels, AT&T may move the customer to CONNECT: Direct file delivery.
Integrity We believe fidelity to our values builds credibility, trust, fairness and consistency.
Physical Inspection Subject to the limitations set forth in this Section 4.1(c) and notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in this Agreement, commencing on the Effective Date and continuing through the Closing or any earlier termination of this Agreement, Buyer shall have the right, at Buyer’s expense, to make inspections (including tests, surveys and other studies) of the Real Property and all matters relating thereto, including, but not limited to, soils and geologic conditions, location of property lines, utility availability and use restrictions, environmental conditions, the manner or quality of the construction of the Improvements, the habitability, merchantability, marketability, profitability or fitness for a particular purpose of the Real Property, the effect of applicable planning, zoning and subdivision statutes, ordinances, regulations, restrictions and permits, the character and amount of any fees or charges that must be paid to further develop, improve and/or occupy the Real Property and all other matters relating to the Real Property. Prior to Closing, Buyer and its agents, contractors and subcontractors shall have the right to enter upon the Real Property, at reasonable times during ordinary business hours, to make inspections and tests as Buyer deems reasonably necessary and which may be accomplished without causing any material damage to the Real Property including, without limitation, the right to conduct a phase I environmental audit and an investigation with respect to the Real Property’s compliance with the requirements of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in no event shall Buyer, its agents, contractors or subcontractors conduct any invasive testing on the Real Property without Seller’s prior written approval, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed. Buyer shall not materially interfere with any Tenant, occupant or invitee of the Real Property in making such inspections or tests, and shall return and restore the Property to substantially its original condition prior to such inspections or tests. Buyer shall not permit any liens or encumbrances to be placed against the Real Property in connection with Buyer’s investigation and inspection of the Real Property and/or in connection with Buyer’s activities on the Real Property. Buyer hereby agrees to and shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Seller and Seller’s members, managers, partners, officers, directors, shareholders, employees, agents, representatives, invitees, successors and assigns (each, a “Seller Group Indemnitee”), from and against any and all claims, demands, and causes of action for personal injury or property damage, and all damages, judgments, liabilities, costs, fees and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) resulting therefrom, arising out of any entry onto the Real Property by Buyer, its agents, employees, contractors and/or subcontractors, pursuant to this Section 4.1(c) hereof, provided, however, Buyer shall not be obligated to indemnify, defend or hold harmless Seller or any Seller Group Indemnitee for any such claims, demands and/or causes of action or any such damages, judgments, liabilities, costs, fees or expenses caused by: (i) the discovery of conditions that were present before Buyer or its representatives entered onto the Real Property, or the accidental or inadvertent release of any Hazardous Materials that were in, on or under the Real Property prior to such entry; or (ii) the negligent or willful misconduct of Seller or any Seller Group Indemnitee. The covenants, agreements and obligations of Buyer set forth in this Section 4.1(c) shall survive the termination of this Agreement and the Closing, as applicable.
Program Integrity 1. The MA Organization agrees to provide notice based on best knowledge, information, and belief to CMS of any integrity items related to payments from governmental entities, both federal and state, for healthcare or prescription drug services. These items include any investigations, legal actions or matters subject to arbitration brought involving the MA Organization (or MA Organization's firm if applicable) and its subcontractors (excluding contracted network providers), including any key management or executive staff, or any major shareholders (5% or more), by a government agency (state or federal) on matters relating to payments from governmental entities, both federal and state, for healthcare and/or prescription drug services. In providing the notice, the sponsor shall keep the government informed of when the integrity item is initiated and when it is closed. Notice should be provided of the details concerning any resolution and monetary payments as well as any settlement agreements or corporate integrity agreements.
Database The LERG is available through Telcordia. ICONN is available through the Qwest web site.
ACADEMIC FREEDOM A. The parties seek to educate young people to xxxxxx recognition of individual freedom and social responsibility, to inspire meaningful awareness of and respect for the Constitution, Xxxx of Rights, and laws of the land, and to instill appreciation of the values of individual personality. It is recognized that these democratic values can best be transmitted in an atmosphere in which academic freedom for teachers and students is encouraged.
Physical Inventories (a) Prior to an Event of Default, cause one (1) physical inventory to be undertaken in each twelve month period at the Loan Parties’ Stores, at the expense of the Loan Parties, and periodic cycle counts at the Loan Parties’ distribution centers, in each case consistent with past practices, conducted by such inventory takers as are satisfactory to the Collateral Agent in its Permitted Discretion and following such methodology as is consistent with the methodology used in the immediately preceding inventory or as otherwise may be satisfactory to the Collateral Agent. The Collateral Agent, at the expense of the Loan Parties, may participate in and/or observe each scheduled physical count of Inventory which is undertaken on behalf of any Loan Party at any Material Storage Location and up to eight (8) Stores reasonably selected by the Collateral Agent. The Lead Borrower, within forty-five (45) days (or such longer period as may be agreed to by the Collateral Agent in its reasonable discretion) following the fiscal month in which completion of such inventory occurs, shall provide the Collateral Agent with a reconciliation of the results of such inventory (as well as of any other physical inventory or cycle counts undertaken by a Loan Party) and shall post such results to the Loan Parties’ stock ledgers and general ledgers, as applicable.