Planned Sample Clauses

Planned. LESSON Teacher has a clear and organized lesson plan which is appropriate to the level of the class and shows • clear learning objectives • planned time for each activity • type of activity (e.g., individual, pair, group) • detailed steps for how to carry out the activities in class Poor = 1 Fair = 2 Good = 3 Very good = 4 Exceptional = 5 ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:
Planned. Maintenance Customer will be responsible for cleaning the accessible parts of the Glissando Scanner. Customer will be trained onsite by a Philips-certified engineer during initial installation or by a Philips-certified Applications Specialist during initial product training on maintenance of the Glissando Scanner. Customer will be responsible for cleaning the accessible parts of the Glissando Scanner.
Planned. If a client meets any of the conditions below prior to or after achieving the one year threshold, success payments will be made for the total number of days that the client was stably housed prior to exit at the per diem rate:  Death  Exit to other permanent stable housing where the client is named on a lease, sublease or occupancy agreement OR has a letter stating that they are allowed to reside with the leaseholder or owner in the unit on a permanent basisTenant entered long-term residential treatment or other level of care (e.g. assisted living) that exceeds 90 days in order to address a physical or behavioral health issue  Tenant was incarcerated for actions solely occurring prior to SIB randomization The data sources and measures that will be used to calculate housing stability are outlined in table 6. Program data from MHCD and CCH will be collected approximately biweekly through the Engagement Dashboard as specified in the Urban Institute-Mental Health Center of Denver Data Sharing Agreement and Urban Institute-Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Data Sharing Agreement. Data from Denver Sheriff will be collected at least every six months as specified in the Denver Sheriff Department Data Sharing Agreement within the independent evaluator’s contract. Data will be linked by unique research ID to calculate housing stability outcomes.
Planned. `A' Class and `B' Class overhauls. In relation to scheduled turbine overhauls the following applies:- That planned Class A and Class B overhauls are non-core work. Provided that SECWA will use its own employees in the next occasion on such work until 30 June 1995 and that it will continue thereafter to utilise its own employees for project planning and co-ordination quality assurance and commissioning in conjunction with contractors.
Planned. DATA GATHERING OUTAGES shall mean the periodic preannounced occurrences when the EMS Data Gathering Reporting Interfaces will be taken out of service for maintenance. This includes the NetInsight Page Tag server (Apache) and ssh servers. PLANNED DATA GATHERING OUTAGES will only be scheduled for the second Thursday of each month, 23:45 – 24:00 GMT (the “Planned Data Gathering Outage Period”). This Planned Data Gathering Outage Period may be changed from time to time by the EMS staff, at its sole discretion, upon prior notice to each Data Provider, Analyst and End User of the EMS. PLANNED DATA GATHERING OUTAGES will not exceed 1 hour per month, provided, however, that EMS may have 2 additional Planned Data Gathering Outages of up to 2 hours in total per calendar year during the Planned Data Gathering Outage Period for major systems or software upgrades (“Extended Planned Data Gathering Outages”).
Planned unavailability The provider is entitled to maintain, maintain and back up the software and/or hardware systems outside the scheduled times of non-availability listed in Table 7.2. Planned unavailability outside of these times must be agreed with the member by email. For important reasons, the member will not refuse unreasonably.
Planned. Exits A planned exit is one where the tenant gives notice of moving from transitional housing and this exit is planned for with adequate notice by both the housing and support provider. Tenants are responsible for notifying a housing provider when vacating a property. It is expected that the support provider will encourage the tenant to do so, and that the support provider will also advise the housing provider. Tenants are encouraged to give at least 14 days notice of their intention to vacate; however, it is acknowledged that circumstances may prevent this from happening. Tenants must return keys as soon as possible, preferably on the same day as the last of the removals is completed or within 24 hours of this at latest, in order to ensure that the property may be re tenanted as soon as possible. Transitional housing is a scarce resource and all stakeholders must work wherever possible to ensure that other people experiencing or at risk of homelessness have expedient access to this accommodation. A planned exit is not complete until all keys are returned and appropriate exit forms signed. Therefore, if the tenant has left the property but not returned the keys etc. then rent will be charged until the tenancy has been ended formally as stated above. The property will be inspected by a housing provider (ideally with the tenant and support provider) at the completion of the tenancy. At this inspection the condition report and inventory are completed; any changes, damages or missing items are noted and negotiation should occur with the tenant to pay for these if appropriate. Tenants and support providers should endeavor wherever possible to ensure that properties are left in a clean and livable state, with minimal damage so they can be re tenanted as quickly as possible. Disputed maintenance charges should come before VCAT for determination. 13.2. Eviction Eviction is to be used only as an absolute last resort, when every other possible alternative has been exhausted. Housing and support providers need to place the clients‟ needs at the centre of all that they do and work towards a solution that avoids repeated instances of homelessness as an outcome. 13.3.