Table B Sample Clauses

Table B. For each course that you have entered into Table A, you must enter the UNYP course equivalent for which you will receive transfer credit. See slide 10
Table B. The Sending Institution Record the traineeship in the trainee’s Transcript of Records. Record the traineeship in the trainee’s Diploma Supplement (or equivalent). Record the traineeship in the trainee’s Europass Mobility Document: Final reportInterviewGive a grade based on: Traineeship certificateAward ECTS credits (or equivalent)11.
Table B. 1– Sector ACE As a Percentage of the Total Allowable Catch for 2011 [TO BE DETERMINED UPON FINAL ROSTER APPROVAL] StockName Cumulative PSC (%) Total Pounds (Live Weight) GB Cod East GB Cod West GOM Cod GB Haddock East GB Haddock West GOM Haddock American Plaice Witch Flounder GB Winter Flounder GOM Winter Flounder Redfish White Hake Pollock GB Yellowtail Flounder SNE / MA Yellowtail Flounder CC/GOM Yellowtail Flounder Windowpane Flounder (Northern) n/a n/a Windowpane Flounder Southern) n/a n/a Ocean Pout n/a n/a Atlantic Wolffish n/a n/a Atlantic Halibut (1 per trip) (1 per trip) Notes: Sector vessels are prohibited from landing ocean pout, Atlantic wolffish, northern and southern windowpane flounder, and SNE/MA winter flounder. Atlantic halibut is limited to 1 per trip. An allocation of SNE winter flounder is not currently made, but one may be in the future through the biennial specifications/ framework process. As indicated in section 4.09 and Exhibit C, ACE may be pooled or transferred within the Sector. In addition, transfers of ACE between Sectors must also be authorized by NMFS. The Members of the PCS are all smaller-scale fishermen from coastal Maine, an area that has already experienced substantial consolidation. Nonetheless, there may be some redistribution of ACE within the Sector. As indicated in Table B.2, there are 40 enrolled permits and 30 potentially active vessels. Table B.2 – PCS Participants Permits 40 Potential Active Vessels 30 Active Fishing Vessels 24 Primarily Gillnet Only 13 Primarily Trawl Only 10 Trawl and Gillnet 1 Target Groundfish 24 Through December of FY 2010, 16 out of the 40 permits (40 percent) enrolled in the PCS for FY 2011 are attached to vessels actively fishing for NE Multispecies, though it is anticipated that up to 8 additional vessels may become active before the end of FY 2010. For FY 2011, it is estimated that 24 out of the 40 enrolled permits (60 percent) will actively fish for NE multispecies. It is expected that while some vessels may opt to lease their portion of the Sector’s allocation in FY 2010, such vessels will actively fish in FY 2011. While these numbers may change, the Port Clyde Sector expects that there will be less consolidation than occurred within the sector during FY 2010. The member permits that are not attached to active NE multispecies vessels in FY 2011 are the same permits that leased out their PSC in FY 2010. In most cases, a member who owns multiple permits fished the ACE of all those pe...
Table B. 2.3. The Netherlands: minimum requirements for institutions and surgeons to perform bariatric surgery classified as HSM Requirements Applicability of the Requirement (yes / no / not applicable / unclear) Description* Quantitative requirements at the level of the healthcare facilities Minimum volumes established Minimum volumes established for specific surgeries Minimum volumes established for non-highly complex interventions before highly complex surgery are conducted Minimum volumes established for the presence of specific medical specialists Yes Yes Yes No 100 / year for primary bariatric procedures 75-100 LAGB procedures must be performed over 1-2 years. Sufficient experience should be gathered before bariatric interventions are conducted on extremely obese patients (BMI>50) and before performing technically complex interventions. A minimum of 100 LAGB must be conducted and sufficient training / experience must be gathered before complex bariatric interventions such as laparoscopic gastric bypasses, duodenal switch or sleeve resections may be performed The minimum volume is based on the 5 different types of highly complex bariatric interventions, for which 5 x 20 is calculated (personal communication). The need for minimum volumes is supported by empirical evidence, so these interventions are grouped in category IV. Other Quantitative requirements No Quantitative Requirements at the level of the surgeons Minimum volumes established Minimum volumes established for specific surgeries Minimum volumes established for No No No non-highly complex interventions before highly complex surgery are conducted Other Quantitative requirements No Qualitative requirements at the level of the healthcare facilities Availability of disease specific facilities Yes Basic facilities, materials and instruments for patients with morbid obesity (e.g. waiting room, chairs, beds, scales, recovery room en intensive care-facilities) Existence of disease specific surgical protocols Yes Not defined if local or national, but the surgical protocols likely concerns local protocols Existence of department(s) with specific competences Yes Department of Radiology with expertise in bariatric surgery Department of endoscopy, no specific expertise defined Permanent team of anesthesiologists for the treatment of bariatric patients. Established multidisciplinary collaborations within the health care facility of involved specialisms Yes Team of at least an internist/endocrinologist, dietician, p...
Table B. Group of educational components in the student's degree that would normally be completed at the sending institution and which will be replaced by the study abroad Compon Component title (as indicated in the Semester Number of ECTS credits to ent code course catalogue) at the home institution [autumn/ be awarded by the home (if any) spring/ institution upon summer] successful completion ECTS Total:
Table B. Recognition at the Sending Institution / Set of components to be replaced at the sending institution Component code (if any) Component title at the Sending Institution (as indicated in the course catalogue) Semester [e.g. autumn/spring; term] Number of ECTS credits to be recognised by the Sending Institution TOTAL = Commitment Name Email Position Date Signatures Student Responsible person10 at the Sending Institution International coordinator at the sending Institution11 Responsible person at the Receiving Institution12
Table B. Measuring pointBetween live parts and earth (Contact: Open/ closed)Between control circuit and earth (Contact: Open/ closed)Between main circuits and control circuits (Contact: Open/ closed)Between main poles (Contact: Open)Between line and load sides(Contact: Open)Insulation resistanceStandard requirement5MΩ or over5MΩ or over5MΩ or over5MΩ or over5MΩ or overTest result100MΩ or over100MΩ or over100MΩ or over100MΩ or over100MΩ or overDielectric propertyStandard requirement3,500V 50Hz 1 min.2,500V 50Hz 1 min.3,500V 50Hz 1 min.3,500V 50Hz 1 min.3,500V 50Hz 1 min.Test result3,500V 50Hz 1 min.2,500V 50Hz 1 min.3,500V 50Hz 1 min.3,500V 50Hz 1 min.3,500V 50Hz 1 min. 11-3-12 Noise characteristicsThe noise generated by the contactors operating and while they are in the closed position is minimal due to the specially designedfree floating magnetic mechanism” and “shading coils.” (1) Test condition TypeSC-03 to SC-N4SC-N5 to SC-N14Coil rated voltage200V 50Hz/200–220V 60Hz200–250V 50/60Hz200–220V DCCoil applied voltage200V AC 50HzSoundproof room background noise30dB (A-weighted sound pressure level)Measuring devicePrecision noise meter CRT oscillograph
Table B. Weighted Average Life of Hedge in Years Moody’s First Trigger Factor Moody’s Second Trigger Factor for Transactions other than Transaction-Specific Hedges Moody’s Second Trigger Factor for Transaction-Specific Hedges Less than 1 0.25% 0.60% 0.75% More than 1 but no more than 2 0.50% 1.20% 1.50% More than 2 but no more than 3 0.70% 1.70% 2.20% More than 3 but no more than 4 1.00% 2.30% 2.90% More than 4 but no more than 5 1.20% 2.80% 3.60% More than 5 but no more than 6 1.40% 3.30% 4.20% More than 6 but no more than 7 1.60% 3.80% 4.80% More than 7 but no more than 8 1.80% 4.30% 5.40% More than 8 but no more than 9 2.00% 4.80% 6.00% More than 9 but no more than 10 2.20% 5.30% 6.60% More than 10 but no more than 11 2.30% 5.60% 7.00% More than 11 but no more than 12 2.50% 6.00% 7.50% More than 12 but no more than 13 2.70% 6.40% 8.00% More than 13 but no more than 14 2.80% 6.80% 8.50% More than 14 but no more than 15 3.00% 7.20% 9.00% More than 15 but no more than 16 3.20% 7.60% 9.50% More than 16 but no more than 17 3.30% 7.90% 9.90% Weighted Average Life of Hedge in Years Moody’s First Trigger Factor Moody’s Second Trigger Factor for Transactions other than Transaction-Specific Hedges Moody’s Second Trigger Factor for Transaction-Specific Hedges More than 17 but no more than 18 3.50% 8.30% 10.40% More than 18 but no more than 19 3.60% 8.60% 10.80% More than 19 but no more than 20 3.70% 9.00% 11.00% More than 20 but no more than 21 3.90% 9.00% 11.00% More than 21 but no more than 30 4.00% 9.00% 11.00%