SAFE Sample Clauses

SAFE. Each of the Company and the Subsidiaries has taken all necessary steps to comply with, and to ensure compliance by all of the Company’s direct or indirect shareholders who are PRC residents or PRC citizens with any applicable rules and regulations of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange of the PRC (the “SAFE Rules and Regulations”), including, without limitation, requesting each shareholder that is, or is directly or indirectly owned or controlled by, a PRC resident or PRC citizen to complete any registration and other procedures required under applicable SAFE Rules and Regulations.
SAFE. Except as disclosed in the Disclosure Schedule, the Founders and any other Person who is required to comply with the SAFE Rules and Regulations (other than shareholders of the Company holding any Preferred Share and their directly or indirectly beneficial owners) has obtained registration with SAFE with respect to their holdings of Equity Securities in the Company in accordance with the SAFE Rules and Regulations and none of them has received any oral or written inquiries, notifications, orders or any other forms of official correspondence from SAFE with respect to any actual or alleged non-compliance with the SAFE Rules and Regulations.
SAFE. The task to be performed must be safe, not exposing anyone to any hazard or risk of injury.
SAFE. With the DOMAIN Add-On SAFE Swizzonic Ltd. provides you with DOMAIN services as described in the respective specifications published on the website of Swizzonic Ltd. for SAFE.
SAFE. LOOMIS agrees to provide, and CUSTOMER agrees to take possession of, the Safe at each agreed upon service location.
SAFE. 9.1 On registering with us, you are issued with a user name and password which must be used in order to access certain restricted parts of the Service. The user name and password are personal to you and are not transferable, i.e. you must not give your username or password to anyone. You warrant that you will not permit any person to access or use the Platform using Your login or identification details
SAFE. A four-item scale was used to assess anxiety about HIV testing. Response options ranged from (1) Strongly disagree to (5) Strongly agree. Scale items included: “It would be stressful to have an HIV test,” “I am scared to find out if I am HIV infected,” “I would rather not know if I am HIV infected,” and “Knowing my HIV status would make my life more complicated.” The HIV test fear score was computed by summing participantsresponses. Scores reflecting anxiety about HIV testing could range from 4 to 20, with higher scores suggesting more anxiety about HIV testing. Cronbach’s alpha reliability for this scale was .68, indicating adequate internal consistency of scale items. Perceived barriers to HIV testing. Perceived barriers to HIV testing were assessed using a 6-item scale with response options ranging from (1) Strongly disagree to (5) Strongly agree. Sample items included: “It is difficult for me to obtain an HIV test” and “I feel the availability of HIV testing is very limited.” The perceived barriers to HIV testing score was computed by summing the responses to six items. Scores ranged from 6 to 30. Higher scores indicated participants perceived more barriers to HIV testing. The following question was reverse coded: “I am confident that I can obtain an HIV test.” Cronbach’s alpha reliability for this scale was .85, indicating high internal consistency of scale items. Men were also asked to indicate if they knew where to get an HIV test with response options ranging from (1) Strongly disagree to (5) Strongly agree. Participants who selected (4) Agree or (5) Strongly agree were collapsed into one category indicating knowing where to receive an HIV test, and all other responses were recoded as not knowing where to access an HIV test. Data Analysis Data were cleaned and analyzed using the IBM Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 23. Descriptive statistics were used to describe sexual behaviors, STD-KQ scores, condom use self-efficacy scores, HIV testing history and attitudes, and perceived barriers of HIV testing resources. The reliability of scales assessing knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors were assessed using Cronbach’s alpha analyses. Based on findings on college students and HBCU students in the literature, bivariate and multivariate analyses were conducted to explore significant associations with condom use at last sexual encounter, as well as history of HIV testing. Previous studies indicated that having high perceived risk, enga...
SAFE. If applicable, the Guarantor shall have received registration certificate (业务登记凭证) from SAFE or a bank authorized by SAFE and a registration form (对外担保基本信息情况登记表), or their equivalent, that confirms the completion with the foreign exchange registration for the transactions contemplated by this Agreement without the imposition of any Impediment (the “SAFE Registration”);