Self Sample Clauses

Self insurance and a policy or policies of insurance with a waiver of subrogation in favour of the Supplier in respect of loss or damage to the property of Network Rail (but not the property of the Supplier) and business interruption costs consequent upon such loss or damage arising out of the physical performance of the Services whilst on or around the Network Rail worksite(s) relevant to the Services, for a sum not less than that stated in the Appendix for any one occurrence or series of occurrences arising out of one event.
Self. STOCK INFORMATION: Description ------------------ ----------- CLASSES OF STOCK
Self employment is a common vocational objective of the training, and I may choose to pursue self-employment in order to fulfill my vocational objectives upon graduation.
Self. Advocacy: The college student should commit to self-­‐advocating without parental assistance. If students do not understand an assignment or a reason for a grade, for example, they talk to the instructor. All other college representatives and departments prefer to hear from students as well. For example, if students need advising, they (not their parents) should contact the college.
Self. Protection a. Remain safe at home or in the community (e.g., how to respond to an emergency, contacting 9-1-1, and escaping during a fire); b. Interact with others (e.g., being taken advantage of financially, sexually or in other ways); c. Take protection against crime (e.g., avoid walking at night or request for security assistance); d. Use of personal assistance, public transportation or technology (e.g., Internet “scams,” identity theft or online sexual predators); and e. Any other skills development related to self-protection.
Self. Initiated Workfare - This component is designed to assist ABAWDs in fulfilling their work requirement. In self–initiated programs ABAWDs voluntarily participate, and find their own workfare job assignments. They are responsible for arranging to have their participation reported to their caseworkers and for verifying their workfare hours. Work Experience or On-the-Job Training — This component is designed to improve the employability of participants through actual work experience and/or training, and enable them to move into regular employment. Work experience or on-the-job training assignments may not replace the employment of a regularly employed individual. And, they must provide the same benefits and working conditions provided to regularly employed individuals performing comparable work for comparable hours. It is permissible to place FSET participants in work experience positions with private sector entities. Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Training - Under the WIA, job training services are developed, managed, and administered by State and local governments and the business community under WIA. Activities include basic skills training (GED, literacy), occupational skills training, on–the–job training, work experience, and job search assistance. Alcohol or Drug Rehabilitation (AOD) and Mental health (MH) Counseling - FSET components may include participation in AOD rehabilitation and MH counseling provided the following conditions are met: • The AOD and/or MH counseling activities provide social and support services, such as discussion groups and general counseling that can be directly linked to the participant’s employability. • AOD and MH counseling are not treated as a separate component, but constitute a minor portion of the primary component to which they are linked. • Hours of participation in AOD rehabilitation and MH counseling do not exceed 25 percent of the combined FSET activities e.g., a 20-hour per week combination component might consist of 15 hours spent in vocational training with the remaining 5 hours devoted to participation in AOD treatment. When offered as part of a vocational training or educational activity, hours of participation in AOD or MH counseling count toward completion of the ABAWD work requirement. In order to qualify for FSET program reimbursement, AOD or MH services must: • Be reasonably necessary and directly related to FSET program component participation; • Not be considered “medical” (i. e. a course of treatment pr...
Self. The Association and the Hospital agree principle the concept of Should the Hospital or the nurses wish to implement self-scheduling on a particular unit, they shall do so according to the following criteria, initially on a test basis. percent (85%) of the nursing staff must indicate by secret ballot their willingness to participate self-scheduling prior to the of the test. It understood that there will be a separate vote conducted for full- time and part-time nurses. The test period shall be for six ( 6 ) months, after which the full-time and part-time nurses will again indicate by an percent (85%) vote by secret ballot their desire to continue or discontinue If percent (85%) of the nursing staff vote in favour of the self-scheduling test period all nurses on that unit must participate the test period. In the event that self-scheduling continued following the test period, the Hospital shall notify the Union in writing. Prior to instituting self-scheduling on a continuing basis in a unit, the Association will be provided with a copy of the self-scheduling guidelines for that unit. Nurses participating in self-scheduling units shall be responsible for scheduling their hours including paid holidays and lieu days. The self-scheduling schedules shall be submitted to the Nurse Manager for review and approval to ensure that appropriate nursing coverage is maintained. The Nurse approval of self-scheduling shall not be unreasonably withheld. may be cancelled by either the Hospital or the Union upon a minimum of nine (9) weeks written notice to the other party. including scheduling regulations, shall comply with all the provisions of the Full- time and Part-time Collective Agreements all respects.

Related to Self

  • Self-Insurance Notwithstanding the foregoing, each Interconnected Entity may self-insure to meet the minimum insurance requirements of this Section 13 of this Appendix 2 to the extent it maintains a self- insurance program, provided that such Interconnected Entity’s senior secured debt is rated at investment grade or better by Standard & Poor’s and its self-insurance program meets the minimum insurance requirements of this Section 13. For any period of time that an Interconnected Entity’s senior secured debt is unrated by Standard & Poor’s or is rated at less than investment grade by Standard & Poor’s, such Party shall comply with the insurance requirements applicable to it under this Section 13. In the event that an Interconnected Entity is permitted to self-insure pursuant to this section, it shall notify the other Interconnection Parties that it meets the requirements to self-insure and that its self-insurance program meets the minimum insurance requirements in a manner consistent with that specified in Section 13.5 of this Appendix 2.

  • Deductibles and Self-Insured Retention Any deductible or self-insured retention that apply to any insurance required by this Agreement must be declared and approved by REGIONAL SAN.

  • Self-Insured Retentions Self-insured retentions must be declared to and approved by City. City may require Contractor to purchase coverage with a lower retention or provide proof of ability to pay losses and related investigations, claim administration, and defense expenses within the retention. The policy language shall provide, or be endorsed to provide, that the self- insured retention may be satisfied by either the named insured or City.

  • Deductibles and Self-Insured Retentions Consultant shall disclose to and obtain the approval of City for the self-insured retentions and deductibles before beginning any of the services or work called for by any term of this Agreement. During the period covered by this Agreement, only upon the prior express written authorization of the City, Consultant may increase such deductibles or self-insured retentions with respect to City, its officers, employees, agents, contractors, consultants, and volunteers. The City may condition approval of an increase in deductible or self-insured retention levels with a requirement that Consultant procure a bond, guaranteeing payment of losses and related investigations, claim administration, and defense expenses that is satisfactory in all respects to the City.

  • FDIC Insurance For any deposit accounts you open, the FDIC requires Bank to disclose, and you hereby acknowledge, that deposits held by Evolve Bank & Trust are insured up to $250,000 federal deposit insurance limit, per depositor for each ownership category.

  • Retentions (2) Extras for which the claimant has not received payment.

  • Insurance The Company and the Subsidiaries are insured by insurers of recognized financial responsibility against such losses and risks and in such amounts as are prudent and customary in the businesses in which the Company and the Subsidiaries are engaged, including, but not limited to, directors and officers insurance coverage at least equal to the aggregate Subscription Amount. Neither the Company nor any Subsidiary has any reason to believe that it will not be able to renew its existing insurance coverage as and when such coverage expires or to obtain similar coverage from similar insurers as may be necessary to continue its business without a significant increase in cost.

  • Deductibles and Self-Insurance Retentions Any deductibles or self-insured retentions must be declared to and approved by the City. Consultant shall guarantee that, at the option of the City, either: (1) the insurer shall reduce or eliminate such deductibles or self-insured retentions as respects the City, its directors, officials, officers, employees, agents and volunteers; or (2) the Consultant shall procure a bond guaranteeing payment of losses and related investigation costs, claims and administrative and defense expenses.

  • Insured The City, its officers, agents, volunteers and employees are included as insureds with regard to liability and defense of suits arising from the operations, products and activities performed by or on behalf of the named insured. 2.

  • Deductibles The Department shall be exempt from, and in no way liable for, any sums of money representing a deductible in any insurance policy. The payment of such deductible shall be the sole responsibility of the Grantee providing such insurance.