THE CODE OF CONDUCT. Any student participating in a co-curricular activity shall not use or have in his/her possession, in any form, alcohol, tobacco, other drugs or drug paraphernalia, in or out of season, at any time or at any place. A student who aids or assists another in committing any of the above infractions shall be deemed equally responsible for the offense and shall receive the same consequence. Participants should conduct themselves both in and out of school in a manner that reflects good citizenship. Any behavior that results in dishonor to the participant, his or her team, or his or her school will not be tolerated. Examples of unacceptable conduct include, but are not limited to, theft, vandalism, disrespect, and violation of the law. LIFETIME OF CODE All students will be considered “participants” and bound by the Code of Conduct beginning with the date the code has been signed and turned in to their coach/advisor. No student shall be allowed to participate in any activity with a group/team until this has been turned in. Once a student has become an official member of a group/team they shall be bound by the Code of Conduct for one calendar year in all activities in which they participate. Being an official member is defined as participating in any organized group activity. If the participant is trying out for a group with limited numbers (i.e. “cuts” occur) and are “cut” they no longer will be considered as having been an official member of that group.
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THE CODE OF CONDUCT. The Code of Conduct regulates the conduct of electricity retailers, network operators and electricity marketing agents. The Code of Conduct is designed to protect the interests of residential and small business users. Matters covered by the Code of Conduct include electricity marketing, billing, connection, payment difficulties and financial hardship, disconnection, reconnection, pre-payment meters in remote communities, information and communication, dispute resolution, record keeping and compensation payments to customers for breaches of the Code of Conduct. If the Customer consumes not more than 160 megawatt hours of electricity per annum, the Rottnest Island Authority will supply electricity under this contract in compliance with the Code of Conduct. Accordingly, where these terms and conditions deal with a subject matter that is covered by the Code of Conduct, then the Rottnest Island Authority will act consistently with the relevant provisions of the Code the Conduct. The Customer can obtain more information about the Code of Conduct from the Rottnest Island Authority or the Economic Regulation Authority, or can download the Code from the RIA website under Rottnest Island Authority | Electrical Reports
THE CODE OF CONDUCT. 1. At The Cambridge Primary School, we are very proud and fortunate to have a dedicated and supportive school community. The staff, governors, parents and carers all recognise that the education of our children is a partnership between us and we work together for their benefit.
THE CODE OF CONDUCT. As a Local Group of Diabetes UK, you take on the role of representing the charity in your local community. This means that in order to operate there are certain governance, financial and management rules set by the Charity Commission and/ or other legal bodies that everyone in Diabetes UK must follow. The following Code of Conduct applies to all Diabetes UK Local Groups.
THE CODE OF CONDUCT. There is standard practice of respect and courtesy throughout the Center, to be shown to staff, personnel and participants. Prohibited behaviors or conduct include, but are not limited to, the following:
THE CODE OF CONDUCT. A. Behavior in the Marketplace
THE CODE OF CONDUCT. 4.1. The Broker agrees to act on behalf of the Client in accordance with the terms of the Code of Conduct held on its website.


  • Code of Conduct The rules, procedures and restrictions concerning the conduct of ISO Directors and employees contained in Attachment F to the ISO Open Access Transmission Tariff.

  • SWEATFREE CODE OF CONDUCT a. All Contractors contracting for the procurement or laundering of apparel, garments or corresponding accessories, or the procurement of equipment, materials, or supplies, other than procurement related to a public works contract, declare under penalty of perjury that no apparel, garments or corresponding accessories, equipment, materials, or supplies furnished to the state pursuant to the contract have been laundered or produced in whole or in part by sweatshop labor, forced labor, convict labor, indentured labor under penal sanction, abusive forms of child labor or exploitation of children in sweatshop labor, or with the benefit of sweatshop labor, forced labor, convict labor, indentured labor under penal sanction, abusive forms of child labor or exploitation of children in sweatshop labor. The contractor further declares under penalty of perjury that they adhere to the Sweatfree Code of Conduct as set forth on the California Department of Industrial Relations website located at, and Public Contract Code Section 6108.

  • Supplier Code of Conduct At all times during the term of this Agreement, Seller will comply with the Apple Supplier Code of Conduct ("Code of Conduct"), as amended by Apple from time-to-time, available from Apple’s public website at xxxxx:// Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, Seller will: (i) allow Apple and a third party representative, retained by or representing Apple (collectively, the "Auditor"), to assess Seller’s compliance with the Code of Conduct by inspecting Seller’s facilities and/or reviewing Seller’s practices, policies, and relevant records without notice, and/or by interviewing Seller’s personnel without monitoring, solely to verify Seller’s compliance with the Code of Conduct (collectively, an "Assessment"); (ii) promptly provide the Auditor with access to any relevant facilities and personnel without disruption or interference, in connection with any Assessment; (iii) promptly provide complete and accurate information and documentation in response to the Auditor’s requests, (iv) allow the Auditor to review and assess working hours and conditions, remuneration and benefits, personnel practices, production, dormitory, and dining facilities, business conduct, and health, safety, and environmental practices, as applicable, in connection with any Assessment; (v) not request or encourage, directly or indirectly, any Seller personnel to furnish false or incomplete information in connection with any Assessment; (vi) not take retaliatory action against any Seller personnel interviewed during an Assessment; and

  • Registry Code of Conduct In connection with the operation of the registry for the TLD, Registry Operator shall comply with the Registry Code of Conduct as set forth in Specification 9 attached hereto (“Specification 9”).

  • REGISTRY OPERATOR CODE OF CONDUCT 1. In connection with the operation of the registry for the TLD, Registry Operator will not, and will not allow any parent, subsidiary, Affiliate, subcontractor or other related entity, to the extent such party is engaged in the provision of Registry Services with respect to the TLD (each, a “Registry Related Party”), to:

  • Business Conduct Merger Sub was incorporated on November 5, 2020. Since its inception, Merger Sub has not engaged in any activity, other than such actions in connection with (a) its organization and (b) the preparation, negotiation and execution of this Agreement and the Transactions. Merger Sub has no operations, has not generated any revenues and has no assets or liabilities other than those incurred in connection with the foregoing and in association with the Merger as provided in this Agreement.

  • Code of Business Conduct The Company’s Code of Business Conduct, as amended from time to time.

  • Code of Ethics The Adviser has adopted a written code of ethics complying with the requirements of Rule 17j-1 under the Act and will provide the Trust with a copy of the code and evidence of its adoption. Within 45 days of the last calendar quarter of each year while this Agreement is in effect, the Adviser will provide to the Board of Trustees of the Trust a written report that describes any issues arising under the code of ethics since the last report to the Board of Trustees, including, but not limited to, information about material violations of the code and sanctions imposed in response to the material violations; and which certifies that the Adviser has adopted procedures reasonably necessary to prevent "access persons" (as that term is defined in Rule 17j-1) from violating the code.

  • Ethics No officer, agent or employee of the Board is or shall be employed by Provider or has or shall have a financial interest, directly or indirectly, in this Agreement or the compensation to be paid hereunder except as may be permitted in writing by the Board’s Code of Ethics, adopted May 25, 2011 (11-0525-PO2), as amended from time to time, which policy is hereby incorporated by reference into and made part of this Agreement as if fully set forth herein.

  • BEHAVIOR AND CONDUCT The Student is responsible for knowing and observing all UCF regulations and procedures regarding behavior and conduct, including the UCF Golden Rule, UCF DHRL publications, and other official UCF publications. UCF DHRL reserves the right to establish or adopt additional rules regarding student conduct, as deemed necessary by UCF DHRL. Newly established or adopted rules will be communicated to the Student as provided in this document. The Student agrees to abide by additional rules and regulations that are established or adopted by UCF DHRL once communicated to the Student.