Preliminary Plans As soon as is reasonably possible after the date of the Lease, Tenant shall submit to its Architect all additional information, including occupancy requirements for the Premises (“Information”), necessary to enable the Architect to prepare preliminary plans for the Tenant Improvements showing, among other things, all demising wails, corridors, entrances, exits, doors, interior design and partition, and the locations of all display and storage rooms and bathrooms. As soon as is commercially reasonable after the date hereof, Tenant shall cause the Architect to prepare preliminary plans for the Tenant Improvements and shall deliver two copies of same to Landlord for its review and written approval in its good faith discretion. Within ten (10) days after receipt of the preliminary plans, Landlord shall notify Tenant in writing that (i) Landlord approves of such preliminary plans or (ii) Landlord disapproves of such preliminary plans, the basis for disapproval and the changes requested by Landlord. If disapproved, Tenant shall cause the preliminary plans to be revised and shall submit the revised plans to Landlord for its review and approval as provided in this section. After approval of the preliminary plans as provided above, the preliminary plans shall be referred to as the “Preliminary Plans.”
Marketing Plan (1) No later than six (6) months prior to the date construction of the Development is projected to be complete, Borrower shall submit to the County for approval its plan for marketing the Development to income-eligible households and HOPWA-Eligible Households as required by this HOME/HOPWA Regulatory Agreement (the "Marketing Plan"). The Marketing Plan must include information on affirmative marketing efforts and compliance with fair housing laws and 24 C.F.R. 92.351(a).
Drug Plan a) The prescription drug provisions of the PEBT extended health plans will be amended, subject to paragraph (b), to provide coverage in accordance with the BlueRX Formulary and implementation of the BlueNet pay direct card.
Operating Plan To Agent and Lenders, as soon as available, but not later than thirty (30) days after the end of each Fiscal Year, an annual combined operating plan (the "Operating Plan") for Parent and its Subsidiaries, approved by the Board of Directors of Parent, for the following Fiscal Year, which (i) includes a statement of all of the material assumptions on which such plan is based, (ii) includes projected monthly income statement, balance sheets and source and use of funds for the following year and (iii) Borrowing Availability projections, all prepared on the same basis and in similar detail as that on which operating results are reported (and in the case of cash flow projections, representing management's good faith estimates of future financial performance based on historical performance), and including plans for personnel, Capital Expenditures and facilities.
Prescription Plan The prescription plan is bundled with a Medical plan, meaning the pharmacy benefit can only be accessed if the employee has enrolled in a UT medical plan. For generic drugs, the employee gets the cheaper of cost + $1 or flat fee. Retail UT Pharmacy Locations 30-day supply Tier 1 (Generic) Only a 10 day emergency supply is available @ $7.99 $7.99 Tier 2 (preferred Brand) Only a 10 day emergency supply is available @ $19.97 $19.97 Tier 3 (non-preferred Brand) Only a 10 day emergency supply is available @ $39.93 $39.93 31-90 day supply Tier 1 (Generic) n/a $19.97 Tier 2 (preferred brand) n/a $37.27 Tier 3 (non-preferred brand) n/a $73.93 Full-time regular permanent and eligible regular permanent part-time employees may have a prescription filled at both of the University of Toledo Out-Patient Pharmacies while enrolled in a University of Toledo sponsored medical/prescription plan. Non-emergent prescriptions can be dropped off in the OP Pharmacy during normal business hours or in the prescription drop box at any time but will only be available to be picked up in the OP pharmacy during regular outpatient pharmacy hours. Only cash, credit, or debit cards will be accepted as forms of payment. Emergent prescriptions when the OP pharmacy is closed can be filled at any University sponsored plan participating pharmacy for an emergency 10-day supply. Employees may be able to fill prescriptions under their spouse’s health plan as well as pick up over the counter medications and other supplies. The Outpatient pharmacy staff can assist in identifying coverage under other plans. Members are expected to show their current prescription benefit card, supplied to you by the prescription benefit manager, at the time of fill. Prescriptions may be filled for up to a 3 month period based on valid Physician order. If an employee insists on a brand name drug when a generic is available, they will have to pay 100% of the difference between the generic cost and the brand name drug cost. The formulary used will be the National formulary of the current prescription benefit manager including preauthorization, quantity management and Step Therapy protocols. Non-specialty medication prescriptions may be filled at the UT pharmacies for up to a 90-day supply based on valid provider order. Specialty medications are limited to UT pharmacies and will be filled for a 30-day supply. Other than prescriptions for chronic conditions, over the counter drugs will not be covered under the prescription benefit.
Marketing Plans On execution of this Agreement and on or before each one-year anniversary of the commencement date of this Agreement, the Licensee shall provide UM with a written marketing plan with respect to the Licensed Products. Each such marketing plan shall include, on a Licensed Product-by-Licensed Product basis, a marketing timetable, channels and methods of distribution, nature and amount of advertising and advertising expenditures, the top ten existing customers for the Licensed Products (if any), the top ten targeted customers for the Licensed Products, retail sell-through information and results in connection with such top ten existing customers, and any other information which UM may ask the Licensee to include. Each marketing plan shall contain specific information for the one-year period immediately succeeding its submission and general estimates or projections for subsequent periods during which this Agreement remains in effect. Where available, the Licensee will provide on-line retail consumption information.
Safety Plan Contractor shall provide the Services in accordance with a safety plan that is compliant with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”), American National Standards Institute and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health standards. If, in the Contractor’s sole determination, the Services to be provided do not require a safety plan, Contractor shall notify the City, in writing, describing the reasons a safety plan is unnecessary. The City reserves the right to request a safety plan following such notification.
Incentive Program Members who are rated as either Level I, Level II or Level III in every phase of the Physical Fitness Test are eligible to participate in the Incentive Program.
Management Plan The Management Plan is the description and definition of the phasing, sequencing and timing of the major Individual Project activities for design, construction procurement, construction and occupancy as described in the IPPA.
Disaster Recovery Plan Contractor agrees that upon request of System Agency, Contractor shall provide copies of its most recent business continuity and disaster recovery plans.