THE CRITERIA Sample Clauses

THE CRITERIA. Criterion 1: It is appropriate for Health Ministers to exercise responsibility for regulating the occupation in question, or does the occupation more appropriately fall within the domain of another Ministry? Criterion 2: Do the activities of the occupation pose a significant risk of harm to the health and safety of the public? The following should be considered when assessing whether there is significant risk of harm to the health and safety of the public: • the nature and severity of the risk to the client group; • the nature and severity of the risk to the wider public; and • the nature and severity of the risk to the practitioner. Areas which could be explored to identify a risk to public health and safety are: • to what extent does the practice of the occupation involve the use of equipment, materials or processes which could cause a serious threat to public health and safety; • to what extent may the failure of a practitioner to practice in particular ways (that is, follow certain procedures, observe certain standards, or attend to certain matters), result in a serious threat to public health and safety; • are intrusive techniques used in the practice of the occupation, which can cause a serious, or life threatening danger; • to what extent are certain substances used in the practice of the occupation, with particular emphasis on pharmacological compounds, dangerous chemicals or radioactive substances; and • is there significant potential for practitioners to cause damage to the environment or to cause substantial public health and safety risk. Epidemiological or other data, (for example, coronerscases, trend analysis, complaints), will be the basis for determining the demonstration of risk/harm.
THE CRITERIA. Pursuant to the Programme Receivables Purchase Agreement, the Originator will sell to the Issuer and the Issuer will purchase from the Originator all the Receivables arising from Loan Agreements which meet, as at the relevant Valuation Date, the following Common Criteria: Common Criteria
THE CRITERIA. Part-time instructors meeting the necessary requirements specified in the job announcement.
THE CRITERIA. (1) The consultant/person has a contract to work for the beneficiary and (some of) that work involves tasks to be carried out under the IEE grant agreement


  • General Criteria (a) If general criteria are required as part of the Application, only one (1) set shall be completed. General criteria measure the quality of the Land Manager’s overall OHV program. The Applicants shall answer these questions with respect to the entirety of the OHV operation, including all trails and areas available for OHV Recreation, not just specific Projects or Project Areas.

  • Performance Criteria Subject to the Holder’s continuous employment through the Settlement Date and subject to Section 6 below, the Holder will earn a number of Units on the Settlement Date determined based on the achievement of annual goals related to earnings per share (the “Company Performance Measure”) and the relative total shareholder return (“Relative TSR”) during the period beginning on January 1, 2017 and ending on December 31, 2019 (the “Performance Cycle”), in each case, as determined by the Committee; provided, that the number of earned Units cannot exceed Holder’s target number of Units if the Company’s absolute total shareholder return (“Absolute TSR,” and together with Relative TSR, “TSR”) during the Performance Cycle is not positive, as determined by the Committee.

  • Award Criteria 2.27.4 The Procuring entity will award the contract to the successful tenderer(s) whose tender has been determined to be substantially responsive and has been determined to be the lowest evaluated tender, provided further that the tenderer is determined to be qualified to perform the contract satisfactorily.

  • Criteria The probationary period shall date from the time of appointment to a permanent position after certification from an eligible list. It shall not include time served under provisional appointment or under appointment to limited term positions or any period of continuous leave of absence without pay or period of work connected disability exceeding fifteen (15) calendar days. For those employees appointed to permanent-intermittent positions with a nine (9) month probation period, probation will be considered completed upon serving fifteen hundred (1500) hours after appointment except that in no instance will this period be less than nine (9) calendar months from the beginning of probation. If a permanent- intermittent probationary employee is reassigned to full-time, credit toward probation completion in the full-time position shall be prorated on the basis of one hundred seventy-three (173) hours per month.

  • Evaluation Criteria 5.2.1. The responses will be evaluated based on the following: (edit evaluation criteria below as appropriate for your project)

  • Goals Goals define availability, performance and other objectives of Service provisioning and delivery. Goals do not include remedies and failure to meet any Service Goal does not entitle Customer to a Service credit.

  • Selection Criteria Each Contract is secured by a new or used Motorcycle. No Contract has a Contract Rate less than 1.00%. Each Contract amortizes the amount financed over an original term no greater than 84 months (excluding periods of deferral of first payment). Each Contract has a Principal Balance of at least $500.00 as of the Cutoff Date.

  • Performance Goals A. The Trust and State Street have developed mutually acceptable performance goals dated March 1, 2011 , and as may be amended from time to time, regarding the manner in which they expect to deliver and receive the services under this Agreement (hereinafter referred to as “Service Level Agreement”). The parties agree that such Service Level Agreement reflects performance goals and any failure to perform in accordance with the provisions thereof shall not be considered a breach of contract that gives rise to contractual or other remedies. It is the intention of the parties that the sole remedy for failure to perform in accordance with the provisions of the Service Level Agreement, or any dispute relating to performance goals set forth in the Service Level Agreement, will be a meeting of the parties to resolve the failure pursuant to the consultation procedure described in Sections V. B. and V.C. below. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the parties hereby acknowledge that any party’s failure (or lack thereof) to meet the provisions of the Service Level Agreement, while not in and of itself a breach of contract giving rise to contractual or other remedies, may factor into the Trust’s reasonably determined belief regarding the standard of care exercised by State Street hereunder.

  • Acceptance Criteria The Services and Deliverables must meet the following acceptance criteria or the JBE may reject the applicable Services or Deliverables. The JBE may use the attached Acceptance and Signoff Form to notify Contractor of the acceptance or rejection of the Services and Deliverables. Contractor will not be paid for any rejected Services or Deliverables.

  • Metrics The DISTRICT and PARTNER will partake in monthly coordination meetings at mutually agreed upon times and dates to discuss the progress of the program Scope of Work. DISTRICT and PARTNER will also mutually establish criteria and process for ongoing program assessment/evaluation such as, but not limited to the DISTRICT’s assessment metrics and other state metrics [(Measures of Academic Progress – English, SBAC – 11th grade, Redesignation Rates, mutually developed rubric score/s, student attendance, and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) data)]. The DISTRICT and PARTNER will also engage in annual review of program content to ensure standards alignment that comply with DISTRICT approved coursework. The PARTNER will provide their impact data based upon these metrics.