Risk of Harm Sample Clauses

Risk of Harm. The risk of damage, injury or other loss (Harm) to Vendor, its property, employees, customers, suppliers, other invitees and to the property of all of them, shall be Vendor’s risk to bear unless such Harm was caused solely by the act or willful neglect of DHC.
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Risk of Harm. If a patient threatens self-harm, I may be obligated to seek hospitalization for the patient, or to contact family members or others who can help provide protection. There are some situations where I am permitted or may be required to disclose information without either your consent or authorization: • In most legal proceedings, you have the right to prevent me from providing information about your treatment. However, in some circumstances such as child custody proceedings and proceedings in which your psychological condition is an important element, a court may require my testimony or records if the court determines that resolution of the issues demands it. If you are involved in or contemplating litigation, you should consult with your attorney to determine whether your attorney might want (or a court might order) me to disclose information. • If a government agency is requesting the information for health oversight activities, I am required to provide it. • If a patient files a complaint or lawsuit against me, I may disclose relevant information regarding that patient in order to defend myself. • If a patient files a worker’s compensation claim, I may be required to file a report of the patient’s injury or treatment. There are some situations in which I am legally obligated to take actions which I believe are necessary to attempt to protect others from harm, and I may have to reveal some information about a patient’s treatment. These situations are unusual in my practice: • If I know or have reason to believe that child abuse or neglect has occurred or that there exists a substantial risk that child abuse or neglect may occur in the reasonably foreseeable future, the law requires that I make a report to the appropriate governmental agency, usually the Department of Human Services. Once such a report is filed, I may be required to provide additional information. • If I know or have reason to believe that a dependent adult has been abused and/or is threatened with imminent abuse, the law requires that I make a report to the appropriate governmental agency, usually the Department of Human Services. Once such a report is filed, I may be required to provide additional information. • If I know or have reason to believe that a patient presents a clear and imminent danger of violence to an individual or to society, I may be required to take protective actions. These actions may include notifying appropriate professional workers, contacting the police, or seekin...
Risk of Harm. If a client threatens self-harm, I may be obligated to seek hospitalization for the client, or to contact family members or others who can help provide protection.

Related to Risk of Harm

  • Risk of Loss Matters of inspection and acceptance are addressed in section 215.422, F.S. Until acceptance, risk of loss or damage will remain with the Contractor. The Contractor will be responsible for filing, processing, and collecting all damage claims. To assist the Contractor with damage claims, the Customer will: record any evidence of visible damage on all copies of the delivering xxxxxxx’x xxxx of lading; report damages to the carrier and the Contractor; and provide the Contractor with a copy of the xxxxxxx’x xxxx of lading and damage inspection report.

  • RISK OF THE PROPERTY As from the time of the sale, the Property shall be at the sole risk of the Purchaser as regards to loss or damage of whatsoever nature or howsoever occurring including by fire or other accidents, state of cultivation, non-occupation or otherwise.

  • Risk of Loss or Damage The Lessee assumes all risk of loss or damage to the Equipment from any cause and agrees to return it to the Lessor in the condition received, with the exception of wear and tear, unless otherwise provided in this Agreement.

  • Title; Risk of Loss Title to and risk of loss of the deliverables shall pass to the City only when the City actually receives and accepts the deliverables.

  • Risk of Investment THE SUBSCRIBER RECOGNIZES THAT THE PURCHASE OF THE SHARES INVOLVES A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY AND ALL RISKS DISCUSSED IN THIS SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENT. AN INVESTMENT IN THE COMPANY AND THE SHARES MAY RESULT IN THE LOSS OF A SUBSCRIBER’S ENTIRE INVESTMENT.

  • Ownership and Risk of Loss You will own the Device and bear all risk of loss of, theft of, casualty to or damage to the Device, from the time it is shipped to you until the time (if any) when it is returned to us in accordance with this Agreement.

  • Delivery; Risk of Loss Deliveries must be made both in quantities and at times specified on the face of the Purchase Order or in Buyer's schedules and time is of the essence. Buyer’s delivery schedules are an integral part of the Purchase Order, are governed by these terms and conditions and are not independent contracts. ▪ Buyer will not be required to make payment for goods delivered to Buyer that are in excess of quantities specified in Buyer's delivery schedule on the Purchase Order or in written releases issued by Buyer. Buyer may reject any deliveries made after or before the specified delivery date. Seller will bear all costs and damages incurred by Buyer due to late or early delivery. ▪ If Seller fails to meet the agreed upon delivery requirements for reasons other than those specified in paragraph 13 below, and Buyer requires a more expeditious method of transportation for the goods than the transportation method originally specified, Seller shall ship the goods as expeditiously as possible at Seller's expense and invoice Buyer for the amount, if any, that Buyer would have paid for normal shipment. ▪ Unless provided otherwise in the Purchase Order, all goods are sold DAP. Seller shall be responsible for and bear the risk of any loss or damage to the goods until received by the Buyer.

  • Risk of Loss; Notice Prior to Closing and the delivery of possession of the Property to Buyer in accordance with this Contract, all risk of loss to the Property (whether by casualty, condemnation or otherwise) shall be borne by Seller. In the event that (a) any loss or damage to the Hotel shall occur prior to the Closing Date as a result of fire or other casualty, or (b) Seller receives notice that a governmental authority has initiated or threatened to initiate a condemnation proceeding affecting the Hotel, Seller shall give Buyer immediate written notice of such loss, damage or condemnation proceeding (which notice shall include a certification of (i) the amounts of insurance coverages in effect with respect to the loss or damage and (ii) if known, the amount of the award to be received in such condemnation).

  • Title and Risk of Loss Notwithstanding the form of shipment, title or other property interest, risk of loss shall not pass from the Contractor to the Authorized User until the Products have been received, inspected and accepted by the receiving entity. Acceptance shall occur within a reasonable time or in accordance with such other defined acceptance period as may be specified in the Bid Specifications or Purchase Order. Mere acknowledgment by Authorized User personnel of the delivery or receipt of goods (e.g., signed xxxx of lading) shall not be deemed or construed as acceptance of the Products received. Any delivery of Product that is substandard or does not comply with the Bid Specifications or Contract terms and conditions, may be rejected or accepted on an adjusted price basis, as determined by the Commissioner.

  • LIABILITY AND RISK OF LOSS A. Each Party hereby waives any claim against the other Party, employees of the other Party, the other Party's Related Entities (including but not limited to contractors and subcontractors at any tier, grantees, investigators, customers, users, and their contractors or subcontractor at any tier), or employees of the other Party's Related Entities for any injury to, or death of, the waiving Party's employees or the employees of its Related Entities, or for damage to, or loss of, the waiving Party's property or the property of its Related Entities arising from or related to activities conducted under this Agreement, whether such injury, death, damage, or loss arises through negligence or otherwise, except in the case of willful misconduct.