Temperature. Where low temperature and/or self-service cases are used for any of such merchandise coming under the jurisdiction of the Union, such cases shall be served only by employees covered by this Agreement.
Temperature. The Committed Gas shall not have a temperature of less than forty degrees Fahrenheit (40°F) nor more than one hundred twenty degrees Fahrenheit (120°F).
Temperature. The temperature of the material shall be 40 degrees Fahrenheit or above when it is applied.
Temperature. Milk will not be collected from Farmers who consistently exceed collection temperature requirements. Milk cooling systems must comply with the requirements of FDA’s Milk Quality Assurance program (Suppliers who fail to comply with quality assurance requirements may have their Farm Quality Assurance accreditation revoked (after being given suitable opportunity to correct the problem)). Milk temperature will be measured using a thermometer of the transport company at the time of collection. Although the State Regulatory Authority in Vic requires milk to be cooled to less than 5 degrees Celsius within 3 ½ hour from the commencement of milking for practical reasons FDA requires that you aim to have your milk collected at 4°C or less with a maximum control Limit: ≤5C within 2 hours of milking. Should your milk collection occur within 2 hours from the completion of milking then milk may be collected at temperatures above 5⁰C subject to compliance with the following temperature chart: Time after milking finished Time 0* Time 0 – 1 Hr Time 1 – 2 Hr Time >2 Hr 1st Milking 25°C 15°C 8°C 5°C 2nd- 4th Milking 15°C 10°C 6°C 5°C Discretion will be applied by FDA’s Field Services Representative with respect to the temperature of milk collected in the immediate hours following the completion of milking. Extraneous Matter This test is done on tankers initially and individual samples are only taken when there is a problem with the tanker. Farmers will be contacted regarding problems as they arise.
Temperature. The measurements shall be made when the ambient air temperature is within the range from 5 °C to 40 °C. The ambient temperature may of necessity be restricted to a narrower temperature range such that all key vehicle functionalities (e.g. start/stop, hybrid propulsion, battery propulsion, fuel-cell stack operation) are enabled according to manufacturer's specifications.
Temperature have a temperature of not less than forty degrees (40o) Fahrenheit and not more than one hundred twenty degrees (120o) Fahrenheit;
Temperature. Product shall not exceed a temperature of one hundred twenty degrees Fahrenheit. (120°F).
Temperature. The temperature shall not exceed 38 degrees Celsius.
Temperature. Milk cooling is a critical component in maintaining milk quality standards. To comply with food safety regulation, dairy farm licence and export market requirements, milk must be cooled to 5°C or less within 3.5 hours of the commencement of milking. Suppliers must make every effort to ensure effective pre-cooling of milk through the plate cooler. Pre-coolers that deliver milk to the vat above 25°C place that supplier at risk of milk rejection. Milk collection temperature Milk will be rejected if it is equal to or above 25°C at time of collection, unless by agreement with Xxxxxxxx Cheese management. To maximise transport efficiencies, milk may be collected soon after milking even though milk may not be cooled to the expected temperature. Where a supplier’s milk collection is within 2 hours and 20 minutes from the completion of milking, milk may be pumped into the milk tanker at temperatures above 5°C of milking, subject to Xxxxxxxx Cheese sensory grading and applying the temperature assessment Graph 1 below. In applying the temperature assessment in Graph 1 below, tanker drivers will use the milking completion time displayed in the supplier’s milk room as the basis for calculation. Failure to clearly display accurate milking times may result in the supplier’s milk being rejected due to temperature non-conformance.
Temperature. TSA will make reasonable efforts to coordinate with worksite authorities to ensure that temperatures and humidity levels within TSA work areas do not impede the bargaining unit employees’ performance of their duties. Where temperatures in TSA work areas consistently fail to meet the OSHA-recommended limits for the type of work being performed as provided in TSA Management Directive 2400.1, Occupational Safety and Health Program, reasonable corrective measures will be taken to alleviate the problem, including but not limited to, working with the airport authority to alleviate the problem.