Supports Sample Clauses

Supports. This information is to advise you, our suppliers of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) element in our supplier relationships. ● Goods and services purchased are produced and developed under conditions that do not involve the abuse or exploitation of any persons ● Goods produced and delivered by organisations subscribe to no exploitation of children ● Goods produced and manufactured have the least impact on the environment Code of Conduct for Suppliers: Goods and services are produced and delivered under conditions where: ● Employment is freely chosen ● The rights of staff to freedom of association and collective bargaining are respected. ● Living wages are paid ● There is no exploitation of children ● Working conditions are safe and hygienicWorking hours are not excessiveNo discrimination is practised ● Regular employment is provided ● No harsh or inhumane treatment of staff is allowed Environmental Standards: Suppliers should as a minimum comply with all statutory and other legal requirements relating to environmental impacts of their business. Areas to be considered are: ● Waste ManagementPackaging and PaperConservationEnergy UseSustainability Business Behaviour: IAPG members will seek alternative sources where the conduct of suppliers demonstrably violates anyone’s basic human rights, and there is no willingness to address the situation within a reasonable timeframe. IAPG members will seek alternative sources where companies in the supply chain are involved in the manufacture of arms or the sale of arms to governments which systematically violate the human rights of their citizens. Qualifications to the statement:
Supports. This information is to advise you, our suppliers, of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) element in our supplier relationships.  Goods and services purchased are produced and developed under conditions that do not involve the abuse or exploitation of any persons.  Goods produced and delivered by organisations subscribe to no exploitation of children.  Goods produced and manufactured have the least impact on the environment. Code of Conduct for Suppliers Goods and services are produced and delivered under conditions where:  Employment is freely chosen.  The rights of staff to freedom of association and collective bargaining are respected.  Living wages are paid.  There is no exploitation of children.  Working conditions are safe and hygienic.  Working hours are not excessive.  No discrimination is practised.  Regular employment is provided.  No harsh or inhumane treatment of staff is allowed. Environmental Standards Suppliers should as a minimum comply with all statutory and other legal requirements relating to environmental impacts of their business. Areas to be considered are:  Waste ManagementPackaging and PaperConservationEnergy UseSustainability Business Behaviour IAPG members will seek alternative sources where the conduct of suppliers demonstrably violates anyone’s basic human rights, and there is no willingness to address the situation within a reasonable timeframe. IAPG members will seek alternative sources where companies in the supply chain are involved in the manufacture of arms or the sale of arms to governments which systematically violate the human rights of their citizens. Qualifications to the statement Where speed of deployment is essential in saving lives, IAPG members will purchase necessary goods and services from the most appropriate available source.
Supports. 1. In principle, our company offers support to users of this service; provided, however, that our company and the Licenser may jointly give support to users after notifying said users based on our company’s judgment according to the contents of said support.
Supports. The structural elements that support the conductors and their associated line hardware and insulators in an OCS.
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Supports. The following are the set of EOS supports that will accompany the above described tools: EOS Portal Access The EOS Portal allows leaders within the EOS partner schools and districts to access real-time information such as Student Insight Cards, school Outreach Lists, and updates on Outreach and Enrollment tracking. Live and On- Demand Webinar Training EOS will host live and on-demand webinars to support successful implementation of the Collaboration. Topics will include portal refresher, advocacy and outreach best practices, outreach list walk- through/support, and outreach tracking. Phone and Email Support EOS staff will offer email/phone support, including discussion of EOS analyses and strategy support for any aspect of the partnership. EOS SUPPORT EOS’ responsibilities will be performed by a team of EOS staff assigned to the District. Partnership Directors and Partnership Managers are responsible for managing client relationships and EOS deliverables, as well as providing project management, strategic planning (regarding the Collaboration), and coaching support to principals and District leadership. The Partnership Director or Manager assigned to the District will serve as a dedicated, strategic thought partner and project manager throughout implementation, and will monitor and track progress during and in-between in-person visits over the course of the year. Additional EOS staff supporting the District may include Regional or Managing Partnership Directors, Data Management Specialists, and Customer Support Specialists. District Partnership Director and Manager  School/district leadership/coaching experience  Experience with AP/IB/AICE gaps-closed schools/strategies and access to a national portfolio of best practices  2-business day response time, and available for phone/email/webinar check-ins as requested ols
Supports. 7. Services scheduled on Public Holidays will be suspended if not itemised in a Participant’s Plan (Domestic support is not provided on Public Holidays) They may be re-negotiated to an alternative day.