Sectors. Voting on the Management Committee shall be by sector. The Management Committee shall be comprised of five sectors: Generator Owners; Other Suppliers; Transmission Owners; End-Use Consumers; and Public Power/Environmental Parties. A Party must, within thirty (30) days of the commencement of ISO operations or within thirty (30) days of becoming a Party and thereafter not later than the thirtieth day of November of each year, advise the President of the ISO, in writing, of the sector in which the Party is qualified to participate. If a Party is qualified to participate in more than one sector, it shall advise the ISO President, in writing, of the sector in which it chooses to vote; provided, however, that an Investor-Owned Transmission Owner must participate in the Transmission Owners sector, and a State Public Power Authority qualified to participate in the Public Power/Environmental Party sector must participate in that sector; and provided further, that a Party qualified to participate in the Large Energy Using Governmental Agency subsector of the End Use Consumer sector or in the government agency subsector of the End Use Consumer sector may not participate in the Large Consumer subsector of the End Use Consumer sector. An ESCO, Municipal Electric System, Cooperatively Owned Electric System, Generator Owner, State Public Power Authority or Environmental Party may not participate in the End-Use Consumer sector. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, (i) a Demand Response Provider that is not a Transmission Owner shall be eligible to vote only in the Other Suppliers sector, and (ii) a Distributed Generator Owner shall be eligible to vote in the Other Suppliers sector; provided, however, that:
Sectors. The Employer shall not award work to an eligible non-signatory subcontractor except on an authorized project(s) as follows. Residential - Province Wide Authorized Commercial - Province Wide Authorized Institutional - “Out of Town” 1 Institutional - Not “Out of Town” 1, 2 Authorized Not Authorized Industrial - Province Wide Not Authorized 1 The definition of an “out of town project” which applies pursuant to Article 8.700 shall also apply to the determination of whether an Institutional project is “Authorized” or “Not Authorized” in accordance with Article 3.302 (b). 2 Refer to the Appendix “D” for an exception to this restriction.
Sectors. Exposure to a single “sector” (as defined in the applicable Bloomberg Industry Classification System (“BICS”)): No more than 25% of the AEM Allocation, except as set forth below with respect to the “financial” sector. • Exposure to “financial” sector (as defined in the applicable BICS): No more than 40% of the AEM Allocation. • Sublimit for the “banking” subsectors of the “financial sector” (as defined in the applicable BICS): No more than 30% of the AEM Allocation. • Sublimit for other subsectors of the “financial” sectors: No more than 12.5% of the AEM Allocation. • Ratings Limits: Up to 100% of the AEM allocation shall be invested in debt securities rated Investment Grade (as defined below), except as set forth below with respect to HY Securities (defined below). • No more than 15% of the AEM Allocation may be invested HY Securities (as defined below).
Sectors. A sector is a group of team members who offer a similar service and have common interests and goals. Team members within a sector may choose to meet as a table to discuss sector-specific topics and bring forward sector-specific recommendations to the Multi-Sectoral Committees and/or Collaboration Council as required. The categorization of members into sectors provides an organizational structure for the identification of individuals to be members of the various project teams and committees. The Collaboration Council will from time to time assign or reassign Team Members to a Sector. A Team Member may belong to more than one Sector. At initiation of the OHT, Team Members represent the following groups: o Primary care services o Hospital services o Mental health and/or addictions services (including Violence Against Women) o Home care and community supports o Developmental services o Community health and wellness Social services Preventative care Housing Health promotion Public health County and municipalities o Long-term care o Emergency health services Sectors may be amalgamated, subdivided or removed, and new Sectors may be added by the Collaboration Council. Schedule A sets out the Sectors to which the initial signatories to this Framework belong.
Sectors. The main sectors with investable assets in which animal welfare plays a role are: • companies in the food production and consumption value chain (meat, fish, dairy, eggs), including livestock husbandry and fisheries, slaughterhouses and processing plants, food manufacturers, retailers, caterers, fast food and other restaurants and suppliers • companies in the pharmaceutical, cosmetics and chemicals industries (animal testing) • companies in the clothing, textiles and home furnishings value chain (leather, wool, down, feathers, fur and silk).
Sectors. The main sectors with investable assets in which adverse land rights impacts could play a role are: • agriculture, livestock farming and fisheries • mining, oil and gas extraction • infrastructure • forestry • energy sector 14 xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xx/documenten/rapporten/2014/09/01/mvo-sector-risico-analyse; for the English version, see xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xx/-/media/imvo/files/mvo-sector-risk- assessment.pdf?la=en&hash=E04F2533DE30CFF10A2C2D3C2E2D1327
Sectors. 8.8.1 The maximum number of scheduled sectors during any twenty-four (24) hour period shall be limited to eight (8).