Service Guidance Sample Clauses

Service Guidance. Your organisation agrees to follow this guidance on providing a Dr Bike cycle checks for each beneficiary and ensures that all bike mechanics are fully aware of the guidance. The guidance is to carry out minor repairs and checks to ensure a cycle is safe and roadworthy and can include some of the following: • Work on each cycle for a maximum of 30-minutes. • Provide a comprehensive ‘M-Check’ to ensure that the cycle is safe to ride. • Replace small parts - a typical Dr Bike health check may include some of the following cycle replacements and checks: • Brakes - Calliper and cable adjustment, cable, and pad replacement • Gears - Indexing, adjustment, and cable replacement • Chain - Check for wear, lubricate if necessaryTyres - Puncture repair/tube replacement, inflated to recommended pressure (PSI) • Other - Check all nuts and bolts are correctly torqued; Check headset and bottom bracket; Check and replace missing bar plugs / cable end caps. The following repairs, maintenance or cycle services are NOT eligible for funding and must NOT be provided at Dr Bike sessions to any beneficiaries: • the sale of replacement parts without repair work. • the sale, replacement, or upgrade of existing components. • the sale, repair or replacement of lighting, cycle, or clothing accessories. General Social Distancing Due to the risks associated with COVID-19 and the government’s social distancing rules, please ensure that all staff, customers, and service recipients remain a minimum of 2m apart and adhere to current guidelines. IE. staff will wear a new pair of gloves when touching each bicycle, staff will wear face masks and all bicycles will be sanitised before returned to owners. Grant payment We cannot pay grant funds into a personal bank account. If you have applied for a Grant you'll need access to an organisational or business bank account. If you are a sole trader without a business account, at our discretion we may request additional information to verify your trading status. Activities Organisations who are providing cycling activities on a regular basis, as their main business or as a primary income, must have a public liability insurance policy and be able to provide Cycling UK with a valid copy of the policy when requested. The validity of the policy must be at least until the Grant Period ends on 31st December 2020. The policy holder must be identified in the insurance policy as an organisation eligible to carry out cycle repairs and maintenance. If your o...
Service Guidance. Using Criminal Records Checks helps Organisations make safer and informed recruitment decisions for positions that involve working with children and/or vulnerable adults. As a CRB Registered Body, The IoMVB is committed to providing a quality and professional service for access to criminal records checks through the CRB Disclosure Service. The IoMVB has been established to act on behalf of employers and voluntary organisations within the Isle of Man.

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  • Special Service networks The following services must be received from special service network providers in order to be covered. All terms and conditions outlined in the Summary of Benefits apply.

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  • Customer Service Standards The Franchising Authority hereby adopts the customer service standards set forth in Part 76, §76.309 of the FCC’s rules and regulations, as amended. The Grantee shall comply in all respects with the customer service requirements established by the FCC.

  • Service Standards We provide the Services materially in accordance with the features and functionalities set out in the Specification Documents. We will use commercially reasonable efforts to make the Services available to you subject to operational requirements including maintenance and security.

  • Directory Assistance Service Updates BellSouth shall update end user listings changes daily. These changes include:

  • Service Specification The Parties have agreed upon the scope and specification of the Services provided under this Service Agreement in the Service Specification.

  • Quality Service Standards Price Services and the Fund may from time to time agree to certain quality service standards, as well as incentives and penalties with respect to Price Services’ Services hereunder.

  • Switching System Hierarchy and Trunking Requirements For purposes of routing Reconex traffic to Verizon, the subtending arrangements between Verizon Tandem Switches and Verizon End Office Switches shall be the same as the Tandem/End Office subtending arrangements Verizon maintains for the routing of its own or other carriers’ traffic. For purposes of routing Verizon traffic to Reconex, the subtending arrangements between Reconex Tandem Switches and Reconex End Office Switches shall be the same as the Tandem/End Office subtending arrangements which Reconex maintains for the routing of its own or other carriers’ traffic.

  • Network Upgrades The Transmission Owner shall design, procure, construct, install, and own the Network Upgrades described in Attachment 6 of this Agreement. If the Transmission Owner and the Interconnection Customer agree, the Interconnection Customer may construct Network Upgrades that are located on land owned by the Interconnection Customer. Unless the Transmission Owner elects to pay for Network Upgrades, the actual cost of the Network Upgrades, including overheads, shall be borne initially by the Interconnection Customer.

  • Business Continuity Plan The Warrant Agent shall maintain plans for business continuity, disaster recovery, and backup capabilities and facilities designed to ensure the Warrant Agent’s continued performance of its obligations under this Agreement, including, without limitation, loss of production, loss of systems, loss of equipment, failure of carriers and the failure of the Warrant Agent’s or its supplier’s equipment, computer systems or business systems (“Business Continuity Plan”). Such Business Continuity Plan shall include, but shall not be limited to, testing, accountability and corrective actions designed to be promptly implemented, if necessary. In addition, in the event that the Warrant Agent has knowledge of an incident affecting the integrity or availability of such Business Continuity Plan, then the Warrant Agent shall, as promptly as practicable, but no later than twenty-four (24) hours (or sooner to the extent required by applicable law or regulation) after the Warrant Agent becomes aware of such incident, notify the Company in writing of such incident and provide the Company with updates, as deemed appropriate by the Warrant Agent under the circumstances, with respect to the status of all related remediation efforts in connection with such incident. The Warrant Agent represents that, as of the date of this Agreement, such Business Continuity Plan is active and functioning normally in all material respects.