Problem Sample Clauses

Problem. Any error, bug, or malfunction that makes any feature of the Inktomi Search Engine perform unpredictably or to otherwise become intermittently unavailable, or that causes the Inktomi Search Engine to have a material degradation in response time performance.
Problem. Company is unwilling to insure title without exception as to possible loss under said policy because of certain underwriting problems, (herein the underwriting problems), to wit:
Problem. On-boarding students to law enforcement careers is becoming more challenging as more and more applicants do not meet background criteria. There are model pathways for LE careers that could be scaled.
Problem. Any error, bug, or malfunction that makes any feature of the Ask Jeeves Service perform unpredictably or otherwise become intermittently available, or that causes the Service to have a material degradation in response time performance.
Problem. Describe problem leading to moisture intrusion and the remedy Was there an inspection performed to diagnose the problem? YES (If yes please attach a copy) NO Remediation Describe affected area(s), rooms involved and total square footage treated: What were site conditions prior to applying Anabec products? Weather conditions Outside Temperature Outside RH Inside Temperature Inside RH Plywood / OSB Drywall Framing Lumber Block / Concrete Other Amount of Anabec Product used & lot numbers: Advanced Cleaning Solution Plus: x70 or x90: What were the moisture levels of the different building materials prior to applying Anabec products? Photo Documentation (please print copies of all photos and attach labeled copies to this document) Pre-remediation photo documentation: (please include a photo of the structure from the outside) Locations Description: Photographed by: Date Photographed: Post-remediation photo documentation: Locations Description: Photographed by: Date Photographed: Testing Requirement Anabec, Inc. requires quantitative testing before (pre) and after(post) remediation activities using the surface lift techniques for all mold remediation projects. These tests shall be collected from the most visibly contaminated areas accessible by the sampler. A minimum of three surface lift tape tests should be taken per containment area or 1000 square feet of floor space. For projects over 1000 square feet of floor space an additional 1 sample per 1000 square feet is required. Pre and post samples should be taken at the same specific site with very little variance Suggested areas to test include: Each discreet room: the ceiling, wall, and carpet/floor; Attic spaces: roof decking, rafters; Basements: sub-flooring, joists, and foundation walls. Post testing shall be performed 48 hours after completion of remediation activities. Anabec promotes that an independent environmental consultant take the surface samples, however in the interest of time and expense often the owner deems it acceptable for the contractor to collect these samples. If this is the case we ask the owner to sign below acknowledging their acceptance of the contractor collecting the samples for purpose of warranty issuance: X Owners Representative Signature Name, Title Date Sampling (please attach all laboratory testing, including completed Chain of Custody to this document) Pre-Remediation Quantitative Lift Tape Testing: (minimum of 3 for ≤1000 SF) Locations: Collected by: Date Collected: Shipped to...
Problem. Problem" means any error, or any actual or perceived failure or functional impairment that causes reduced functionality to the Product. Problems are assigned a classification at the time of 3Com's initial contact with Seller. Problem classifications may be changed based upon new information or customer situation. Problems are classified by 3Com according to Severity level, based upon Technical and/or Customer Sensitivity as follows:
Problem. Students cannot remember their passwords.
Problem. Shrimp and prawn products from Bangladesh are regularly rejected at international borders due to the detection of contamination and residues, particularly those deriving from banned antibacterials. As a consequence, Bangladesh has been subject to the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) of European Union notifications for many years for residues of veterinary medicinal products in aquaculture products traded with European Union. This has caused serious problems in the trade of aquaculture products with the European Union, in particular shrimp and prawn products, and led to economic losses throughout the value chain, affecting not only the processors and exporters, but also the large number of small-scale farmers and women and men employees in the aquatic food business. According to the latest report of the Food and Veterinary Office (FVO) issued in mid-2010, between November 2008 and March 2010 there were 54 RASFF notifications for residues of veterinary medicinal products in aquaculture products traded between Bangladesh and the European Union. All notifications were for findings of the marker residue (SEM) for the nitrofuran drug nitrofurazone in freshwater crustaceans. Based on the results of a FVO mission in 2009 and these RASFF notifications, Bangladesh imposed a voluntary ban on the export of freshwater prawns to the European Union, resulting in complete stoppage of trading of freshwater prawns and prawn products between Bangladesh and the European Union. Following negotiations with the European Union, the ban was partially lifted in early 2010 and few processors have been allowed to export to the European Union. Similar rejections have also taken place in the United States of America. During 2010, there was a reduction of RASFF notifications. This was due to some changes in the analytical procedures used by the European Union laboratories. However, notifications still persist and only very few processing plants are approved for exporting shrimp and prawn products to the European Union. As a result Bangladesh shrimp and prawn exports to the European Union have been drastically reduced. An essential part of the strategy to reduce the use of antimicrobials and other veterinary drugs in freshwater crustaceans is the application of best practices to ensure a healthy product and therefore eliminate the need to use veterinary medicines. Even after improved efforts by the competent authorities, the national quality control management for contaminati...
Problem. Mutual water companies are not-for-profit public water systems organized under the state Corporations Code. The vast majority of mutual water companies in California are small, with many serving less than 3,000 connections and/or less than 3,000 residents. Many mutual water companies serve “economically disadvantaged” areas and do not have access to low cost insurance and other services, such as those available to special districts under ACWA- JPIA and ACWA or other joint powers agency insurance programs. Today, mutual water companies must purchase higher cost insurance in the open market, and many are not provided the opportunity to easily obtain other services that could assist them in building operational and managerial capacity. Bill Summary This bill would specifically authorize 2 or more mutual water companies, or 2 or more mutual water companies and one or more public agencies that operate a public water system, to participate in joint powers agreement for insurance-pooling, technical support, and other similar services. Status Introduced: February 2, 2015 Support California Association of Mutual Water Companies Amarillo MWC Atascadero MWC Bellflower Somerset MWC Blue Lake Springs MWC CalDomestic Cedar Pines MWC Glenhaven MWC Jago Bay XXX Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx Montebello Land & Water Natomas MWC Xxxxxxx MWC Rancho Pauma MWC Xxxxx Canon Land & Water San Antonio Water Co. Sisar MWC South Mesa MWC Sunny Slope MWC Valencia Heights MWC Valley View Water Co. Valley Water Co. Windflower Point (Partial List) Opposition For More Information