Site Monitoring Protocol Sample Clauses

Site Monitoring Protocol. On-site monitoring visits will be randomly chosen from active derelict vessel removal project grants in progress, as well as those that may be identified as having potential contract violations or as a result of a contractor’s failure to follow contract specifications as required. Site visits may be combined when geographically convenient. Site Visit Preparation: An email will be sent to the Grantee grant manager outlining the date, time, and purpose of the site visit before the planned arrival date. The appointment should be confirmed with the Grantee in writing (email is acceptable) and documented in the Grantee folder. On-Site Monitoring Visit: Once Commission personnel have arrived at the site, an orientation conference will be conducted. During this time, the purpose of the site visit and the items the Commission intends to examine will be identified. All objectives of the site visit will be explained at this time. Commission personnel will review all files and supporting documentation. Once the supporting documentation has been reviewed, a tour/visual/spot inspection of the project site will be conducted. All project deliverables selected for review should be visually inspected whenever possible. Photographs should be taken of the project site, and any relevant activity. If a project deliverable is not available at the time of the site visit, the appropriate documentation must be provided to account for the project progress. Other programmatic issues can be discussed at this time such as missing quarterly project progress reports, payment/voucher /reimbursement, etc.

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  • Training State Street agrees to provide training, at a designated State Street training facility or at the Designated Locations, to the Fund’s personnel in connection with the use of the System on the Designated Configuration. The Fund agrees that it will set aside, during regular business hours or at other times agreed upon by both parties, sufficient time to enable all operators of the System and the Data Access Services, designated by the Fund, to receive the training offered by State Street pursuant to this Addendum.

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  • Subcontractors The Contractor will not subcontract any work under the Contract without prior written consent of the Department. The Contractor is fully responsible for satisfactory completion of all its subcontracted work. The Department supports diversity in its procurements and contracts, and requests that the Contractor offer subcontracting opportunities to certified woman-, veteran-, and minority-owned small businesses. The Contractor may contact the OSD at osdhelp@dms.myflorida.com for information on certified small business enterprises available for subcontracting opportunities.

  • GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE It is desired that differences between employees and supervisors be resolved as quickly as possible. To achieve this goal, employees are encouraged to discuss such differences with their supervisor as soon as possible after they are aware of the event leading to the difference and prior to filing a grievance. Supervisors are similarly encouraged to be responsive to such discussions. Adjustments may not conflict with this Agreement or applicable laws, regulations, or policies and shall not be precedential. Such discussion is at the employee's option and the time limits for filing a grievance shall be adhered to. If the supervisor has not responded, or the employee is not satisfied with the supervisor's response, the employee must file a written grievance at Step One within the time frames set forth below. A grievance shall be defined as any controversy or dispute involving the application or interpretation of the terms of this Agreement arising between the CEA or an employee or employees and the Employer. Grievances shall be processed on forms provided by the Employer. The grievance shall state the facts giving rise to the grievance, the specific provision(s) of the Agreement that are alleged to have been violated, and the remedy requested. If the Employer fails to render a decision within the allotted time, the grievance may be advanced to the next step by the CEA. Time frames may be extended by mutual agreement of the parties. Step One: An employee shall individually, or with a CEA representative, present the written grievance to the Division Director of the employing division within twenty (20) working days of the disputed action or the date the employee is made aware of the action, whichever is later. The supervisor shall respond in writing within ten (10) working days of receipt. The written grievance shall state specifically which Article(s) and Section(s) the Employer may have violated and the manner in which the violation is alleged to have occurred. Settlements reached at Step One shall be binding only if such settlements are consistent with the provisions of this Agreement, the policies and regulations of the Employer, and the authority of the respondent. Grievances settled at Step One which are found to be inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement, the policies and regulations of the Employer, and/or the authority of the respondent may be reopened by the Employer through written notice to CEA within ten (10) working days after receipt of the settlement. CEA may advance such a grievance directly to Step Two. Step Two: If the grievance is unresolved at the prior Step, an appeal may be submitted by the CEA representative in writing to the Commissioner of the Department of Administration within ten (10) working days after the prior Step response is due or received. Within five (5) working days of receipt at Step Two, the grievance shall be the subject of a conference between the CEA representative and a representative of the Commissioner of the Department of Administration. If the representatives are unable to resolve the grievance, the Commissioner or designee shall respond in writing within ten (10) working days after the conference.

  • Introduction To encourage the Executive to remain an employee of the Company, the Company is willing to provide salary continuation benefits to the Executive. The Company will pay the benefits from its general assets.

  • Procedure If any action is brought against an Underwriter, a Selected Dealer or a Controlling Person in respect of which indemnity may be sought against the Company pursuant to Section 6.1, such Underwriter, such Selected Dealer or Controlling Person, as the case may be, shall promptly notify the Company in writing of the institution of such action and the Company shall assume the defense of such action, including the employment and fees of counsel (subject to the reasonable approval of such Underwriter or such Selected Dealer, as the case may be) and payment of actual expenses. Such Underwriter, such Selected Dealer or Controlling Person shall have the right to employ its or their own counsel in any such case, but the fees and expenses of such counsel shall be at the expense of such Underwriter, such Selected Dealer or Controlling Person unless (i) the employment of such counsel at the expense of the Company shall have been authorized in writing by the Company in connection with the defense of such action, or (ii) the Company shall not have employed counsel to have charge of the defense of such action, or (iii) such indemnified party or parties shall have reasonably concluded that there may be defenses available to it or them which are different from or additional to those available to the Company (in which case the Company shall not have the right to direct the defense of such action on behalf of the indemnified party or parties), in any of which events the reasonable fees and expenses of not more than one additional firm of attorneys selected by such Underwriter (in addition to local counsel), Selected Dealer and/or Controlling Person shall be borne by the Company. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, if any Underwriter, Selected Dealer or Controlling Person shall assume the defense of such action as provided above, the Company shall have the right to approve the terms of any settlement of such action which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld.

  • HEALTH AND SAFETY 6.5.1 The Supplier shall promptly notify the Authority of any health and safety hazards which may arise in connection with the performance of its obligations under the Contract. The Authority shall promptly notify the Supplier of any health and safety hazards which may exist or arise at the Premises and which may affect the Supplier in the performance of its obligations under the Contract.

  • MANAGEMENT RIGHTS 3.01 The Union acknowledges that all management rights and prerogatives are vested exclusively with the Employer and without limiting the generality of the foregoing; it is the exclusive function of the Employer: