Table 4 Sample Clauses

Table 4. Ending this Addendum when the Approved Addendum Changes Which Parties may end this Addendum as set out in Section 19: Importer Exporter Ending this Addendum when the Approved Addendum changes Part 2: Mandatory Clauses Entering into this Addendum
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Table 4. (e) For lateral impacts tests the Enhanced Child Restraint Systems shall be tested in its most upright used position. If this upright position falls outside the Vehicle Seat Fixture, this position shall still be chosen. For Enhanced Child Restraint Systems that fit into any of the vehicle seat fixtures where the lateral shock absorbers can be adjusted outside the Vehicle Seat Fixture, the width position of the lateral shock absorbers that still fit in the Vehicle Seat Fixture shall be chosen; For Enhanced Child Restraint Systems that do not fit into any of the vehicle seat fixtures, a lateral test shall be performed for each listed vehicle. For each test, the initial position of the side impact door panel relative to the bench shall be adjusted according to the minimum distance between the vehicle's door panel and the centre of the seating position as shown in Figure 3. Figure 3 Minimum distance for lateral impact Door Panel Minimum distance
Table 4. What At Sea Categoris xx Xxxxxx Other inland waters Comments All passenger ships >12 passengers (“passenger ship”) MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB All ships carrying more than 12 passengers, whether fee paying or otherwise, must be certified by the MCA. Commercial vessels <24m length and commercial vessels >24m length other than passenger ships MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB / INA MCA / MAIB Class IX(A) and IX(A)(T) applies to ships which don’t go to sea, so covers both categorised and other inland waters. Commercial Fishing vessels MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB The application of merchant shipping legislation to fishing vessels is based on the requirement for DEFRA licensing of commercial fishing rather than where the vessel is operating (i.e. if the activity is defined as commercial fishing for DEFRA’s purposes, and needs a license, the MS legislation applies). Merchant shipping legislation applies to FVs on any voyage. Crown owned and operated vessels (MoD, HMRC, etc.) HSE / MCA / MAIB HSE / MCA / MAIB HSE / MCA / MAIB The Merchant Shipping Act 1995 does not generally apply to Crown vessels, as a matter of policy vessels contracted by the Crown are required to be voluntarily certified as approp. to their activity, length and area of operations. HSE regulations do apply to Crown vessels. What At Sea Categoris xx Xxxxxx Other inland waters Comments Local Authority owned and operated craft (Police, Fire, etc.) MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB / INA MCA / MAIB These are straight-forward commercial vessels. Craft hired on a bareboat basis for public leisure use MCA / MAIB LA / INA / National Governing Body / MAIB / HSE LA / MAIB / National Governing Body / HSE Seagoing vessels as for seagoing commercial vessels. Hire boat code for inland waters is industry best practice. We would expect LA or INA to enforce it if they chose to use it. Technically, as Class IX(A) vessels, MCA would have some residual responsibility. Commercial adventurous training MCA / MAIB / AALA MCA / MAIB / INA / AALA MCA / MAIB / AALA Generally, these are straightforward commercial vessels. But see description role of AALA below. of Adventurous activity training provided by voluntary organisations NGB / LA / MAIB NGB / LA / MAIB NGB / LA / MAIB Voluntary organisations such as Scouts, Guides, Sea Cadets etc. undertaking adventurous activity training do not fall under AALA, but the vessels are treated as “commercial” operations as they do not meet the definition of “pleasure vessels”. Vessels used by scho...
Table 4. 14.3 The amount employer pays towards the personal budget on an annual basis purpose construction site employee (fixed contracted wages) uta employee (salary) from 1/1/2021 from 1/1/2021 sustainable employability 4.36% 1.93% days 18 days 13 days holiday pay 8% 8%
Table 4. Ending this Addendum when the Approved Addendum Changes In the event the Information Commissioner’s Office issues a revised Approved Addendum, in accordance with Section 18 of the UK Addendum which as a direct result of such changes has a substantial, disproportionate and demonstrable increase in: (a) the data importer’s direct costs of performing its obligations under the Addendum; and/or (b) the data importer’s risk under the Addendum, the data importer may terminate this UK Addendum on reasonable written notice to the data exporter in accordance with Table 4 and paragraph 19 of the UK Addendum. Supplementary clauses for Module Two and Module Three: Erasure and deletion: For the purposes of Clause 8.5, Section II of Module Two and Module Three of the Standard Contractual Clauses the data importer shall delete the Personal Data in accordance with paragraph 8.1 of the DPA.
Table 4. Author Manuscript Author Manuscript Interobserver agreement for general physical and neurological examination findings (n=191) Finding Number of evaluable patients (N)1 Number of patients for whom at least 1 assessor marked “unsure” Characteristic present per first assessor, n/N (%) Percent agreement (95% CI) κ (95% CI) General physical examination findings Not well or ill-appearing general appearance 179 0 19/179 (10.6) 88.8 (83.3, 93) 0.41 (0.20, 0.62) Neck stiffness 179 0 4/179 (2.2) 98.9 (96, 99.9) 0.66 (0.22, 1) Neurocutaneous findings 170 11 2/170 (1.2) 98.8 (95.8, 99.9) Unable to calculate Individual neurological examination findings Altered mental status 182 0 1/182 (0.5) 99.5 (97, 100) Unable to calculate Head tilt 170 7 2/170 (1.2) 98.8 (95.8, 99.9) Unable to calculate Abnormal speech 180 0 4/180 (2.2) 96.7 (92.9, 98.8) −0.02 (−0.03, 0) Cranial nerve abnormality 177 5 0 98.9 (96, 99.9) Unable to calculate Extraocular movement abnormal 174 2 2/174 (1.1) 98.9 (95.9, 99.9) Unable to calculate Pupillary reactivity abnormal 180 1 0 100 (98, 100) Unable to calculate Nystagmus 176 5 1/176 (0.6) 99.4 (96.9, 100) 0.66 (0.05, 1.28) Papilledema 94 81 3/94 (3.2) 95.7 (89.5, 98.8) 0.48 (0.05, 0.91) Visual fields abnormal 106 65 3/106 (2.8) 98.1 (93.3, 99.8) 0.66 (0.21, 1.10) Motor function abnormality 179 2 1/179 (0.6) 98.9 (96, 99.9) 0.50 (−0.10, 1.10) Sensory function abnormality 174 7 5/174 (2.9) 96.6 (92.6, 98.7) 0.38 (−0.01, 0.77) Deep tendon reflexes abnormal 146 32 2/146 (1.4) 97.9 (94.1, 99.6) −0.01 (−0.02, 0.00) Xxxxxxxx reflex present 100 69 1/100 (1.0) 98.0 (93, 99.8) −0.01 (−0.02, 0.00) Gait abnormal 167 9 3/167 (1.8) 98.8 (95.7, 99.9) 0.66 (0.22, 1.10) Tandem gait abnormal 132 43 2/132 (1.5) 97.7 (93.5, 99.5) 0.39 (−0.16, 0.94) Pronator drift 139 39 4/139 (2.9) 98.6 (94.9, 99.8) 0.66 (0.22, 1.10) Xxxxxxx sign present 135 40 3/135 (2.2) 99.3 (95.9, 100) 0.85 (0.57, 1.14) Dysmetria or dysdiadochokinesia 155 24 2/155 (1.3) 97.4 (93.5, 99.3) 0.32 (−0.17, 0.81) Composite neurological examination findings Standard ED neurological exam2 154 13 5/154 (3.2) 96.1 (91.7, 98.6) 0.38 (0, 0.77) 3 Balance and coordination 115 55 6/115 (5.2) 93.9 (87.9, 97.5) 0.50 (0.18, 0.82) Five key neurological examination elements (5KNEE)4 77 88 6/77 (11.7) 92.2 (83.8, 97.1) 0.62 (0.35, 0.90) Author Manuscript Author Manuscript 1Patients remaining after removing those with “missing” or “unsure” responses 2Abnormal mental status, extraocular movement abnormal, pupillary reac...
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Table 4. Pricing and Delivery Provide detailed pricing information in the questions that follow below. Keep in mind that reasonable price and product adjustments can be made during the term of an awarded Contract as described in the RFP, the template Contract, and the Sourcewell Price and Product Change Request Form. Line Item Question Response * 34 Describe your pricing model (e.g., line-item discounts or product-category discounts). Provide detailed pricing data (including standard or list pricing and the Sourcewell discounted price) on all of the items that you want Sourcewell to consider as part of your RFP response. If applicable, provide a SKU for each item in your proposal. Upload your pricing materials (if applicable) in the document upload section of your response. Mohawk will provide a discount off list pricing for our complete portfolio including SKU numbers and a labor grid to include standard and prevailing wages - see attached 'Sourcewell Price Grid - 2023' and 'Sourcewell Price Grid - 2023 - CANADA' PDF document. * 35 If Proposer is including installation services within its proposal, please describe how installation services will be priced, including applicable labor rates that may apply. How will Proposer address any prevailing wage requirements of Participating Entities? We execute full accountability throughout the project management process. We establish site visits for determination of accurate measurements and to elaborate the true scope of work, so the proposal is a true and accurate reflection of the actual work to be performed (i.e. location, facility type, occupied space vs. vacant, project size, product type(s), installation deadlines, etc.) with competitive pricing. We work with our installation partner to review site visit pictures and confirm the floor plans and take offs are accurate. We will also provide a phasing schedule, onsite communication and direction for preparing the space for furniture lift or movement as needed. Our proposals are itemized by line item per unit of measure for both material and labor. An example proposal available if requested. See attached '2023 - Sourcewell Pricing' for labor grid.
Table 4. 1 Calling Patterns of Schedule 5 of the Contract, the entries relating to Service Groups ET03, ET04 and ET08 shall be deleted in their entirety and replaced by those as set out in Annex to this Supplemental Agreement.
Table 4. In Scope RCMIS BASE CONFIGURATION A RCMIS database will be configured to accommodate all of the following: Modules Standard Configurations specific to the County (Included in the Implementation Cost)
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