Safety Requirements Sample Clauses

Safety Requirements. 18.1.1 The Concessionaire shall comply with the provisions of this Agreement, Applicable Laws and Applicable Permits and conform to Good Industry Practice for securing the safety of the Users, passengers, staff and all other visitors. In particular, the Concessionaire shall develop, implement and administer a surveillance and safety programme for providing a safe environment on or about the Bus Terminal, and shall comply with the safety requirements set forth in Schedule-L (the “Safety Requirements”).
Safety Requirements. The Contractor shall comply with all Federal, State, and local safety laws and regulations applicable to the Work performed under this Agreement.
Safety Requirements. Prior to setting sail the Operator of the Xxxxxx 00 Xxxxxx shall detail and identify any vessel safety operating procedures and 27 other important information to the assigned ASM. The Sector Member 28 acknowledges that an ASM must complete a pre-trip vessel safety checklist 29 as provided by NMFS prior to leaving port. An ASM cannot be deployed on 30 a vessel that has failed to review the safety issues, and such vessel is 31 prohibited from leaving port without the ASM on board (unless a waiver is 32 granted). For the safety of the vessels captain, crew and the ASM; the ASM 33 will not be allowed on deck any time that gear is being deployed. 34 35 The Sector and its Members note that each ASM must be provided with all 36 the equipment specified by the NEFOP. It is the responsibility of the 37 individual ASM and its employer to ensure that all equipment is in good 38 working order and brought to the vessel at the agreed upon time prior to 39 sailing.
Safety Requirements. The Grantee shall, at its own cost and expense, undertake all necessary and appropriate efforts to maintain its work sites in a safe manner in order to prevent failures and accidents that may cause damage, injuries or nuisances. All work undertaken on the Cable System shall be performed in substantial accordance with applicable FCC or other federal and state regulations. The Cable System shall not unreasonably endanger or interfere with the safety of Persons or property in the Franchise Area.
Safety Requirements. Contractor represents and warrants that it has fully read the Minimum Contractor Safety Requirements and fully understands them. If at any time during the term of this Agreement CCI changes or modifies the Minimum Contractor Safety Requirements, CCI may insist that Contractor execute the revised Minimum Contractor Safety Requirements for the continuation of the Work by Contractor. If Contractor refuses to execute such revised Minimum Contractor Safety Requirements, then CCI may treat Contractor as if it has failed to comply with the Minimum Contractor Safety Requirements and CCI shall have the right to immediately terminate this Agreement and/or any outstanding Work for cause upon notice to Contractor. CONTRACTOR SHALL FULLY RELEASE, DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD CCI HARMLESS FOR, FROM AND AGAINST ANY AND ALL CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF OR RESULTING FROM CONTRACTOR’S (AND ITS SUBCONTRACTORS’) BREACHES OF CCI’S MINIMUM CONTRACTOR SAFETY REQUIREMENTS.
Safety Requirements. The Subcontractor is being selected by the Contractor as a competent contractor with respect to the Work. Therefore, the Subcontractor is required to perform its Work in a safe manner. The Contractor is relying upon the skill and expertise of the Subcontractor to protect workers on the job site. The Subcontractor shall comply with all applicable local, state, or federal safety and health requirements, including OSHA and Contractor site specific requirements as applicable. In accordance with state or federal requirements or both, the Subcontractor shall formulate and implement its own safety rules and regulations to promote safe and orderly prosecution of the Work. Such rules shall provide for frequent and regular inspection of the job site, materials and equipment and the designation of a Competent Person, as identified by the Subcontractor. The Subcontractor shall designate a Competent Person, as defined by OSHA, as someone capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards and who has the authority to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them. The Subcontractor shall also follow any safety rules that the Owner or Owner/Contractor Contract may impose, as well as any safety directions that may be issued by the Contractor. The Subcontractor also agrees to comply with any safety directions or rules reasonably issued by the Owner or the Contractor to prevent injury or assure compliance with applicable law, whether or not the Subcontractor agrees that those directions or rules are actually required in order to comply with applicable law, and to do so without demanding further compensation from the Contractor for such compliance. If the Subcontractor fails to comply with safety directions or rules, reasonably imposed by the Contractor, the Owner, or the Owner/Contractor Contract, then Contractor may take corrective action without further notice and the Subcontractor shall be liable to the Contractor for the resulting costs.
Safety Requirements. In accordance with generally accepted construction practices and state law, Contractor shall be solely and completely responsible for conditions on the jobsite, including safety of all persons and property during performance of the work. This requirement shall apply continuously and not be limited to normal working hours. Contractor shall take all necessary precautions and provide all necessary safeguards to prevent personal injury and property damage. Contractor shall provide protection for all persons including, but not limited to, its employees and employees of its subcontractors; members of the public; and employees, agents, and representatives of the City and regulatory agencies that may be on or about the work. The services of the City in conducting review and inspection of Contractor's performance is not intended to include review of the adequacy of Contractor's work methods, equipment, bracing or scaffolding, or safety measures, in, on, or near any Contractor jobsite. All work and materials shall be in strict accordance with all applicable state, city, county, and federal rules, regulations and codes, with specific attention to the United States Department of Labor Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) requirements. Contractor shall be solely responsible for compliance with all city, county, and state explosive transport, storage, and blasting requirements and for any damages caused by such operations. Contractor is hereby informed that work on City property could be hazardous. Contractor shall carefully instruct all personnel working on City property that all conditions of the property are potentially hazardous work areas as to potential dangers and shall provide such necessary safety equipment and instructions as are necessary to prevent injury to personnel and damage to property. Special care shall be exercised relative to work underground. In addition to complying with all other safety regulations, Contractor shall abide by any and all other City requirements contained in any specifications, special conditions or manuals, which shall be made available by City upon request. Contractor shall provide and maintain all necessary safety equipment such as fences, barriers, signs, lights, walkways, guards, and fire prevention and fire-fighting equipment and shall take such other action as is required to fulfill its obligations under this section. It is the intent of the City to provide a safe working environment under normal conditions. ...
Safety Requirements. 16 Vessels must be in compliance with the At‐Sea Monitor Health and Safety Regulations before an 17 At‐Sea Monitor is deployed 18 (xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxxx.xxx/fsb/Misc/Obs_Health_&_Safety_Regs.FR.11.01.07.pdf). Vessels 19 must pass the Pre‐Trip Vessel Safety Checklist (Section J, Attachment 23) that will be performed 20 by the At‐Sea Monitor with the assistance of the captain or designee prior to deployment. If the 21 vessel fails to pass the Pre‐Trip Vessel Safety Checklist, the At‐Sea Monitor shall not sail on the 22 vessel and shall complete Safety Deficiency Report (Section J, Attachment 22, Safety Deficiency 23 Report), which shall be provided to the captain and NMFS.
Safety Requirements. All materials, equipment, and supplies provided to the State of Wisconsin must comply fully with all safety requirements as set forth by the Wisconsin Administrative Code and all applicable OSHA Standards.