Restricted Sample Clauses

Restricted. A HCW/PSW level of provider in one of the State Provider Database Systems. A HCW/PSW with this level is restricted to working for a specific Consumer/Employer(s). The meaning of this designation for PSWs is to be defined by ODDS.
Restricted. The CBOT (a) may create only the number of copies of the Restricted Documentation specified in Part 2(b) of Schedule A; and (b) shall maintain a current record of (x) the number of copies of such Restricted Documentation made by the CBOT, (y) the Persons given access to each item of Restricted Documentation, and (z) the current location of each item of Restricted Documentation.
Restricted employee is a regular employee in a special category as described in the Education Code Section 88005.
Restricted. Each Shareholder has been advised that the Buyer's Common Stock to be received in connection with this Agreement has not been registered under the Securities Act, or registered or qualified under any state securities law (a "BLUE SKY LAW"). Each Shareholder understands that Buyer is relying on the representations of the Shareholders for purposes of claiming exemptions from registration under the Securities Act and applicable Blue Sky Laws and that the basis for such exemptions may not be present if a Shareholder intends to acquire the Buyer's Common Stock for resale on the occurrence or non-occurrence of some predetermined event. No Shareholder has any such intention.
Restricted employees hired under programs which restrict the privilege of all citizens to compete for employment in such positions. These are usually specially funded programs requiring employment of persons in low-income groups and from designated impoverished areas. In addition, employees who have mental handicaps are classified as “restricted” employees. Restricted employees have all the rights of other classified employees except they are not accorded employment permanency, do not acquire seniority credits and they are not eligible for promotion into the regular classified service unless and until they satisfactorily complete the qualifying examination for the same class in the regular classified service. Restricted employees may not take such examinations until they have completed six
Restricted. The restricted list documents substances that shall be substituted no later than the date specified in the list. Observation The observation list documents substances that shall be substituted as soon as technically, economically and environmentally acceptable alternatives are available. [*] = Text Omitted and Filed Separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Confidential Treatment Requested under 17 C.F.R. Sections 200.80(b)(4) and 230.406. Open DIRECTIVE 3 (5) Prepared (also subject responsible if other) No. KI/EAB/RWT/UL Richard Trankell (editor) 034 01-2294 Uen Approved Checked Date Rev Reference LME/MD (Torbjörn Nilsson) 2003-06-12 B The Ericsson list of banned substances (in products), 2(2) Group of substances Substance Banned application Principal legislation Main use Main risk 3 Other organic compounds Certain azo compounds with carcinogenic amines All applications 2002/61/EC adds certain azo colorants to 76/769/EEC LCDs & plastics Carcinogenic Creosotes All applications 94/60/EEC In wood preservation Toxic Formaldehyde (CAS-no. 50-00-0) All applications ChemVerbots V (Germany) As preservative Allergenic Tributyltin compounds All applications 69/677/EEC, 99/51/EEC, Japanese legislation In paint Toxin Triphenyltin compounds 4 Other compounds Asbestos All applications 76/769EEC, 83/478EEC, 85/610EEC, 91/659EEC As insulation material Carcinogenic The Ericsson list of restricted substances (in products) Group of substances Substance Restriction Banned application Main risk 1 Metals and their compounds Cadmium and its compounds Banned from 1 July 2006 According to RoHS directive (2002/95/EG) Toxic Chromium (VI) compounds Banned from 1 July 2006 According to RoHS directive (2002/95/EG) Allergenic & toxic Lead and its compounds Banned from 1 July 2006 According to RoHS directive (2002/95/EG) Bioaccumulative & carcinogenic [*] = Text Omitted and Filed Separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Confidential Treatment Requested under 17 C.F.R. Sections 200.80(b)(4) and 230.406. Open DIRECTIVE 5 (5) Prepared (also subject responsible if other) No. KI/EAB/RWT/UL Richard Trankell (editor) 034 01-2294 Uen Approved Checked Date Rev Reference LME/MD (Torbjörn Nilsson) 2003-06-12 B The Ericsson list of banned substances (in production) Group of substances Substance Banned application Principal legislation Main use Main risk 1 Halogenated hydrocarbons CFCs-chlorofluorocarbons All applications Regulation (EC) 2037/2000, Montreal Protocol, US ...
Restricted. No person shall move inventory, merchandise, supplies or materials, fixtures, equipment, furnishings, or bulky articles of any kind, including without limiting the generality thereof, desks, chairs, tables, safes, cabinets, shelves, business machines, fans or floor coverings, to or from any space at the World Trade Center except with the prior written consent of the Manager of the World Trade Center and during such hours on such days as may be prescribed by the Manager of the World Trade Center. In no event will consent be given unless the person employed or under contract to perform such moving is competent and responsible and at least 24 hours' notice of the person's desire to have such moving performed has been given in writing to the Manager of the World Trade Center. No person shall use hand trucks in the passenger elevators or shall use the passenger elevators to transport freight or bulky packages of any type without the written consent of the Manager of the World Trade Center.
Restricted. The restricted list shall be comprised of those regular employees who have restrictions and are available to work a minimum of sixteen (16) regular hours per workweek subject to the requirements of service. Move from restricted to unrestricted They shall only be entitled to move to the unrestricted list in the following two (2) cases: If they are the successful applicant of a posted permanent vacant position for which they must remove any restrictions and be available to work up to forty (40) regular hours per workweek; or
Restricted. The restricted list shall be comprised of those regular employees who have restrictions and are available to work a minimum of sixteen (16) regular hours per workweek subject to the requirements of service.