POPULATIONS Sample Clauses

POPULATIONS c. Each member of the Covered Populations eligible to enroll in the Local 440 Benefit Plan(s), at each open enrollment, whether administered by the City or the Trust, shall be required to acknowledge and agree to the following as a condition of enrolling in the Local 440 Benefit Plan(s): I AGREE AT MY SOLE COST AND EXPENSE, TO DEFEND, INDEMNIFY, PROTECT, AND HOLD HARMLESS CITY AND THE CITY’S OFFICERS, REPRESENTATIVES, AGENTS EMPLOYEES, AND SERVANTS (COLLECTIVELY, "INDEMNITEES") FOR, FROM AND AGAINST ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, LIABILITIES, DAMAGES, LOSSES, LIENS, CAUSES OF ACTION, SUITS, JUDGMENTS AND EXPENSES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, COURT COSTS, ATTORNEYS' FEES AND COSTS OF INVESTIGATION), OF ANY NATURE, KIND OR DESCRIPTION ARISING OR ALLEGED TO ARISE BY REASON OF ANY CLAIM, CAUSE OF ACTION OR LOSS: (1) RELATING TO ANY CLAIM BY ME, MY ELIGIBLE SPOUSE OR DEPENDENT(S) THAT THE DECISION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE LOCAL 440 BENEFIT PLAN(S) IS UNENFORCEABLE, VOID OR VOIDABLE AS TO ME OR SUCH ELIGIBLE SPOUSE OR ELIGIBLE DEPENDENT;

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  • Target Population Areas MRAP is designed to target low-to-moderate income homeowners and address the needs of a homeowner’s specific situation in lieu of targeting certain regions or counties.

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  • Vaccinations The Employer will, at no cost to the employee, make vaccinations recommended by OSHA or WISHA available to employees whose duties put them at risk of occupational exposure to infectious agents.

  • Medications ‌ Management agrees that the administration of medications shall be conducted in compliance with state regulations and applicable State Practice Acts. Management shall enforce state laws concerning the administration of medications.

  • Animals The Hirer shall ensure that no animals (including birds) except guide dogs are brought into the premises, other than for a special event agreed to by the Village Hall. No animals whatsoever are to enter the kitchen at any time.

  • New Job Classifications If a new job classification is created by the Employer during the term of this Agreement resulting from new equipment or a significant change in the methods of operation, the Employer shall establish a temporary rate for that job classification and shall notify the Union of the establishment of the new job classification and the temporary rate. After ten (10) days, the temporary rate shall become the permanent rate of pay for the new job classification for the balance of the term of this agreement. If no agreement has been reached within sixty (60) calendar days after the first meeting between the Union and the Employer on the rate of pay for such new job classification, the matter may be referred to Step 2 of the grievance procedure. If the grievance is referred to an Arbitrator, he or she shall use as the basis for his or her decision, the qualifications, degree of complexity, responsibility, effort and skill associated with the new or revised job classification as compared to other job classifications in the bargaining unit.

  • Immunizations The MCO must educate Providers on the Immunization Standard Requirements set forth in Chapter 161, Health and Safety Code; the standards in the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Immunization Schedule; the AAP Periodicity Schedule for CHIP Members; and the ACIP Immunization Schedule for Medicaid Members. The MCO must educate Providers that Medicaid Members birth through age 20 must be immunized during the Texas Health Steps checkup according to the ACIP routine immunization schedule. The MCO shall also educate Providers that the screening provider is responsible for administration of the immunization and should not refer children to Local Health Departments to receive immunizations. The MCO must educate Providers about, and require Providers to comply with, the requirements of Chapter 161, Health and Safety Code, relating to the Texas Immunization Registry (ImmTrac), to include parental consent on the Vaccine Information Statement. The MCO must notify Medicaid and CHIP Providers that they may enroll, as applicable, as Texas Vaccines for Children Providers. In addition, the MCO must work with HHSC and Providers to improve the reporting of immunizations to the statewide ImmTrac Registry.

  • Dependencies HP’s ability to deliver services will depend on Customer’s reasonable and timely cooperation and the accuracy and completeness of any information from Customer needed to deliver the services.

  • Outcomes Provider’s services will result in the following: