Safety Concerns. Recipient agrees that it will inform Vivli within twenty-four (24) hours of any new information that might influence theevaluation of therisks of the product to which a Data Setpertains (collectively “Safety Concerns”) to permit Vivli to inform the relevant Data Contributor(s) of Safety Con- cernsidentified as part of the Analysis. Recipient agreesthatthe Data Contributor(s) may takeaction regarding such Safety Concerns, including informing regulatory authorities or healthcare providers, or otherwisemakingthe Safety Concernspublic, including in advance of publication of the Analysis by Recipient.
Safety Concerns. Where an unsafe condition is alleged to exist, the affected employee shall first notify his/her immediate supervisor who shall take whatever necessary corrective action the supervisor deems appropriate. Employees are encouraged to bring forth their safety concerns and are not subject to adverse actions for doing so. Where the matter is not resolved to the satisfaction of the employee, the matter will be submitted to the University’s Safety Officer for review. The Safety Officer will advise the employee of the results of his investigation and any corrective action taken or proposed to be taken within thirty (30) days of receiving notice of the employee’s concern or explain why additional time is needed. Nothing in this Article requires the Employer to take any specific corrective actions proposed by an employee. However, corrective actions shall be implemented in accordance with the judgment of the University.
Safety Concerns a. Landlord makes no representations or guarantees to Resident(s) concerning the security of the Premises or the Apartment Community. Landlord is under no obligation to Resident(s) to provide any security measure or take any action not required by statute. The presence of courtesy patrols, patrol cars, access gates, surveillance cameras or other deterrents do not guarantee that crime can or will be prevented. All such systems are subject to personnel absenteeism, human error, mechanical malfunctions and tampering. Resident(s) is responsible for planning and taking action with respect to the safety of Resident(s) and their property as if such systems and deterrents did not exist.
Safety Concerns. A UAF Local 1324 Unit Member shall not be required to operate, work with or ride in University equipment which does not conform to local, state or federal safety requirements. When a UAF Local 1324 Unit Member states reasonable safety concerns, the University will review the issues promptly. No UAF Local 1324 Unit Member shall be disciplined or suffer any retaliatory action for, in good faith, exercising legal rights to a safe and healthful workplace.
Safety Concerns. Landlord makes no representations or guarantees to Tenant(s) concerning the security of the Premises or the Apartment Community. Landlord is under no obligation to Tenant(s) to provide any security measure or take any action not required by statute. Tenant(s) is responsible for planning and taking action with respect to the safety of Tenant(s) and their property. Landlord has no obligation to obtain criminal background checks on any Tenant(s) or applicant(s) (whether past, present or future) and bears no responsibility or liability related to the criminal background or actions (whether past, present or future) of any person, even if Landlord has actually run a criminal background check on applicants. Tenant(s) shall not rely on the fact that Landlord may have run a criminal background check on Tenant(s) or any other applicant when deciding whether to enter into this Lease Agreement. Background checks are not a guarantee that a person with a criminal background does not reside at the Apartment Community or that someone living on the Property will not commit a crime in the future. Landlord has not made and does not make any representations as to the background of any existing or future Tenant(s). Tenant(s) agrees to immediately report all suspected or actual criminal activity to the appropriate local law enforcement agencies and, after doing so, to Landlord, and shall provide Landlord with such law enforcement agency’s incident report number upon request. If Tenant(s) receives a copy of any law enforcement agency’s incident report for an incident that occurred on the Property and said incident impacted the Premises, the Property or other Tenants at the Property, Tenant(s) shall provide a copy of said incident report to Landlord upon request.
Safety Concerns. I am aware that volunteering in the kitchen can be a potentially hazardous activity. Those hazards include, but are not limited to, injuries from slips and falls; back injuries from lifting and standing; xxxxx and cuts. I am voluntarily participating in these activities and therefore agree to accept any and all risks of injury and will rely only upon my own insurance coverage.
Safety Concerns. A. Landlord makes no representations or guarantees to Tenant(s) concerning the security of the Premises or the Apartment Community. Landlord is under no obligation to Tenant(s) to provide any security measure or take any action not required by statute. Tenant(s) is responsible for planning and taking action with respect to the safety of Tenant(s) and their property.
Safety Concerns. (a) Promptly upon request by either Party, the JDC shall establish an independent safety review board (the “Independent Safety Board”), comprised of [***] independent Third Party safety experts who are neutral, disinterested and impartial, and who have experience relevant to safety matters regarding pharmaceutical products for oncology indications, to consult with the Parties, through the JDC, on safety matters regarding the Development and Commercialization of Products hereunder, with such consultation conducted in manner to minimize impact the timing of the Development activities set forth in the GDP. The JDC will determine whether (and how frequently) it wishes regular review and consultation with the Independent Safety Board, and either Party may contact the Independent Safety Board through the JDC at any time. For clarity, subject to Section 4.2.7(e) the Independent Safety Board shall have no decision-making authority under this Agreement, but shall only make recommendations and be available for consultation with the JDC and the Parties as described in this Section 4.2.7. In the event the JDC does not reach consensus on the appointment of the Third Party safety experts to the Independent Safety Board, [***].