Targeted Sample Clauses

Targeted. Appropriate safeguarding of all must be paramount. To areas of high need as evidenced by the sexual health intelligence data and information. Undertake regular continuing professional development (CPD) Staff working in the pharmacy (dispensers/counter assistants/pharmacy technicians) need to be familiar with the scheme so they can ensure the patient has access to the appropriately trained pharmacist. The pharmacy must also comply with current infection control regulations. There should be an appropriate room to enable the patient/pharmacist to have a confidential consultation (including face to face/telephone/video). Identify women at risk of STIs by taking of a comprehensive clinical and sexual history and offer appropriate screening, referral to the Spectrum Community Health CIC website, so they can order their own Chlamydia Screening kits/STI Testing Kits and/or sign up to the C-Card scheme should they wish. Obtain informed consent prior to provision of EHC. Advise on use of condoms to prevent infection and further pregnancy risk, preferably in conjunction with a reliable method of contraception. Advice should be provided to the patient regarding action on any side effects or vomiting/diarrhoea and what to do about recommencing any existing oral hormonal contraceptive method. Adequate recording of consultation, batch number and expiry date of the EHC. For pharmacies eligible for EHC Scheme Provide written and oral information about the EHC at time of administration/dispensing on follow up, expected side effects and effect on menstrual cycle and action on menstruation or amenorrhoea, which may require further tests/follow up. Produce an appropriate clinical record. Adequate recording should be made regarding the patients clinical and sexual history, the discussion, the delivery, patient consent, safeguarding and Fraser Competence assessments. Conduct an annual audit in line with Spectrums requirements. As a minimum, this will include provision of data regarding the demographics of patients received EHC, advised re access to condoms/chlamydia screening/STI testing and , referral to ISHS. The provider will be paid on the submission of a claim form through PharmaOutcomes. Any claims must be submitted on a monthly basis to the admin co-ordinator at Spectrum Community Health and will be paid monthly in arrears. Claims received three months after the date to which activity relates will not be paid. All claims must be signed by an authorised signatory i.e. the ...
Targeted. N95/KN95 masking option as a mitigation tool for predesignated areas and activities or due to community conditions.
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Targeted. To geographical areas of high need as evidenced by the sexual health intelligence data and information. 1.4 Objectives The objectives of the pharmacy EHC service is to: • Promote contraceptive choice to meet the needs of each individual patient • Reduce the numbers of unwanted pregnancies. • Increase access to EHC. • Promote the use of condoms in clients at risk of STI • Promote STI testing, where appropriate, by assessing individual risk 1.5 Expected Outcomes of the Pharmacy EHC schemeWomen shall be supported to make a choice of contraception to meet their needs and fit their lifestyle. • Delivery of EHC and appropriate follow up advice (Menstruation/Pregnancy Test/STI Screen/commence reliable method/referral in to sexual health services). • Improved awareness of patients of STIs and how to avoid unintended pregnancy. 2.
Targeted program controls are applied to non-safety related SSCs, for which 10CFR50, Appendix B is not applicable, categorized as HSS or
Targeted our risk-based approach identifies those bodies/activities that pose the greatest risk to the delivery of the Outcomes. This enables us to focus our attention and resources on those most likely to harm the interests of the public and legal services consumers.
Targeted. ensuring that enforcement action is directed primarily to where the risks or impact on the public is greatest. Action will be focused on those directly responsible for the breach and who are best placed to control it. Prioritisation will be based on a number of factors including assessment of threat, risk, harm and impact on the public. 3.0 RIGHTS OF WAY ENFORCEMENT - 3.1 All legislation and common law powers and duties available to the Council for the enforcement of the Council’s duties in relation to Public Rights of Way [Examples of the applicable legislation/common law provisions] [the most common used provisions are] but are not limited to: Highways Act 1980Section 130 – Protection of public rightsSection 130A- Notices to enforce duty regarding public paths Section 131 – Penalty for damaging the highway etc.Section 132 – Unauthorised marking on the highway Section 134 – Ploughing etc. of Footpath or BridlewaySection 135 – Power to authorise works which may disturb a footpath or bridleway or restricted bywaySection 137 – Penalty for wilful obstruction of the highway Section 137ZA – Power to order offender to remove obstructions Section 137A – Interference by cropsSection 143 – Power to remove structures from the highway Section 145 – Powers as to gates across the highwaySection 146 – Duty to maintain stiles and gates across the highwaySection 147 – Power to authorise erection of stiles etc. on footpath or bridleway Section 148 – Penalty for depositing things or pitching booths etc. on the highway Section 149 – Removal of things so deposited on the highway as to be a nuisanceSection 154 – Cutting or felling etc. of trees that overhang or are a danger to highway users Section 161 – Penalties for causing certain kinds of danger or an annoyanceSection 161A – Danger or annoyance caused by fires lit otherwise than on highways Section 162 – Penalty for placing ropes etc. across a highway 3Section 164 – Power to require removal of barbed wire Section 165 – Dangerous land adjoining streetSchedule 12A – Further powers in relation to interfering with highways Additional LegislationWildlife and Countryside Act 1981 Public Order Act 1986National Park and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 Local Government Act 1972Common law provisions in relation to nuisance and/or negligenceFuture LegislationAny legislation that is enacted subsequent to the publication of this policy, which either imposes a duty or a power on the authority to take enforcement action in regards t...

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  • Target Population Areas UMA is designed to target low-to-moderate income homeowners and address the needs of a homeowner’s specific situation in lieu of targeting certain regions or counties.

  • Target 3.1 The target is set out in Schedule 6 to this Agreement, as varied from time to time.

  • Levels Service will be made available to Customer via one or more of the following levels:

  • Targets a) Seller’s supplier diversity spending target for Work supporting the construction of the Project prior to the Commercial Operation Date is ____ percent (___%) as measured relative to Seller’s total expenditures on construction of the Project prior to the Commercial Operation Date, and;

  • Population The Population shall be defined as all Paid Claims during the 12-month period covered by the Claims Review.

  • Program Objectives In performing its responsibilities with respect to the management and administration of the Program, each Party shall be guided by the following Program objectives (the “Program Objectives”):