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The College. The College aims to: • Support the rights of all members of the College community to be part of a safe and supportive learning environment. • Educate our students to be safe and responsible users of ICT. • Provide appropriate management and supervision within the classroom to monitor and encourage the appropriate use of ICT at all times. • Provide a filtered and monitored internet service (while acknowledging, at the same time, that full protection from inappropriate content cannot be guaranteed). • Respond to issues and incidents related to the use of ICT which have the potential to impact on the wellbeing and safety of our students. • Support parents to understand the importance of safe and responsible use of ICT, the potential issues that surround its use, and strategies that they can implement at home to support their child. When I use all forms of ICT (e.g. iPads, computers and laptops), I agree to do so: Safely by: • Protecting my privacy, by not giving out personal details including my full name, telephone number, address, password or images. • Protecting the privacy of others by never posting or forwarding their personal details or images without their written consent. • Notifying the Network Manager or my teacher of any potential security issues/concerns. • Notifying my teacher if I personally feel uncomfortable or unsafe online, or if I see others participating in unsafe, inappropriate or hurtful behaviours online. • Only using online sites which are appropriate and follow age restrictions and seeking parental consent if required. Respectfully by: • Carefully considering the content that I upload or post online including images of myself and others. • Being aware of how my online presence reflects on me. • Never bullying or harassing others or forwarding/reposting inappropriate, harmful messages or images. • Respecting the privacy of others by only taking photos or recording sound and/or video at school with consent or if it is part of an approved lesson with teacher consent. • At all times use respectful words and images when communicating with others. • Being cautious when using humour and satire in emails and messages as these can be easily misinterpreted. • Respecting the rights, beliefs and viewpoints of others. • Handling both student and College owned ICT devices with care. PO Box 48, Morphett Vale South Australia 5162 T: +61 8 8322 2333 www.woodcroft.sa.edu.au Cricos #01645K Responsibly by: • Using ICT, including files, programs, email an...
The College. The College represent and warrant to NNMRF that, as of the date of this Agreement:

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Taxes and Fees Imposed on Purchasing Party But Collected And Remitted By Providing Party 11.3.1 Taxes and fees imposed on the purchasing Party shall be borne by the purchasing Party, even if the obligation to collect and/or remit such taxes or fees is placed on the providing Party.
Status of TIPS Members as Related to This Agreement TIPS Members stand in the place of TIPS as related to this agreement and have the same access to the proposal information and all related documents. TIPS Members have all the same rights under the awarded Agreement as TIPS. Vendor’s Named Resellers (“Resellers”) under this Agreement shall comply with all terms and conditions of this agreement and all addenda or incorporated documents. All actions related to sales by Authorized Vendor’s Resellers under this Agreement are the responsibility of the awarded Vendor. If Resellers fail to report sales to TIPS under your Agreement, the awarded Vendor is responsible for their contractual failures and shall be billed for the fees. The awarded Vendor may then recover the fees from their named reseller. If there is a dispute between the awarded Vendor and TIPS Member, TIPS or its representatives may, at TIPS sole discretion, assist in conflict resolution if requested by either party. TIPS, or its representatives, reserves the right to inspect any project and audit the awarded Vendor’s TIPS project files, documentation and correspondence related to the requesting TIPS Member’s order. If there are confidentiality requirements by either party, TIPS shall comply to the extent permitted by law.
Taxes and Fees Imposed Directly On Either Providing Party or Purchasing Party 11.2.1 Taxes and fees imposed on the providing Party, which are not permitted or required to be passed on by the providing Party to its customer, shall be borne and paid by the providing Party.
Association Grievance The Association may file a grievance on its own behalf or on behalf of a unit member(s). The Association agrees to provide sufficient information to allow the District to investigate and respond to the grievance. If the alleged violation is not caused by a site- level decision, the grievance may be filed at Step 2.
Mentor Teachers A. A Mentor Teacher shall be defined as a Master Teacher as identified in section 1526 of the School Code and shall perform the duties of a Master Teacher as specified in the code.
Assistance in Litigation or Administrative Proceedings Contractor shall make itself and any subcontractors, employees, or agents assisting Contractor in the performance of its obligations under this Agreement, available to the Department at no cost to the Department to testify as witnesses, or otherwise, in the event of litigation or administrative proceedings being commenced against the Department, its directors, officers or employees based upon claimed violation of HIPAA, or the HIPAA regulations, which involves inactions or actions by the Contractor, except where Contractor or its subcontractor, employee or agent is a named adverse party.
Review by the Association of Procurement Decisions The Procurement Plan shall set forth those contracts which shall be subject to the Association’s Prior Review. All other contracts shall be subject to Post Review by the Association.
Judicial or Administrative Proceedings CE may terminate the Agreement and this BAA, effective immediately, if (i) BA is named as defendant in a criminal proceeding for a violation of HIPAA, the HITECH Act, the HIPAA Regulations or other security or privacy laws or (ii) a finding or stipulation that the BA has violated any standard or requirement of HIPAA, the HITECH Act, the HIPAA Regulations or other security or privacy laws is made in any administrative or civil proceeding in which the party has been joined.
PROFESSIONAL GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE A claim by an employee or the SMEA that there has been a violation, misinterpretation or misapplication of any express provision of this Agreement may be processed as a grievance as hereinafter provided.