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The Standards. The Goods, vehicles, equipment, systems and services provided under the Tender/Contract shall conform to the standard as specified in the technical specifications; In specific, Vehicles should conform to Euro IV standards of emission and above - up graded from time to time as per statutory requirement Where no standards are specified for particular goods, vehicles, equipment, services, they should conform to the latest minimum Bureau of Indian Standards specifications if prescribed for the product, machinery, equipment, services required in the tender, if not prescribed under BIS they should conform to the latest ISO standard. Or the authoritative latest standards used in the country of origin, appropriate to the specified goods, vehicles, equipment systems, and services. A declaration will be submitted by the bidder / contractor for the above with the certification of the authorized agency of the origin
The Standards. Standard 1. The physically literate individual demonstrates proficiency in a vari ty of motor skills and movem nt patterns.
The Standards. The President shall issue Administrative Standards for the Procurement Policy (Doc. T92-031) (Standards). The Senior Vice President for Administration & Finance and Treasurer shall recommend such Standards for the President’s action. Capitalized terms used herein, if not otherwise defined in this Policy, shall be defined as set forth in the Standards. The Senior Vice President for Administration & Finance and Treasurer shall confer on a regular basis with the CPO, the Vice Chancellors of Finance and Administration and the General Counsel to determine whether revisions to the Standards are appropriate to comply with University policies or law, and to assure that the University is using best practices to procure its Goods and Services.
The Standards a. The System Standards Provider System Standards In relation to the Direct Services Standard Life’s system must have the capability to receive electronic Intermediary requests. In relation to the Portal Services Standard Life’s system must have the capability to receive electronic Intermediary requests from a Trusted Third Party on behalf of the Intermediary. In addition Standard Life’s system must have the capability to: • validate, assess and process these requests; • enquire on Standard Life’s databases; • collate and send electronic responses; • create and send both technical level acknowledgements, and business level error responses, where appropriate. Intermediary and Trusted Third Party System Standards The Intermediary system and the Trusted Third Party system must: • receive Intermediary instructions; • validate, assess and process these instructions; • collate and forward electronic requests to us; • receive both technical level acknowledgements, and business level error responses, where appropriate • collate and store information received; • only use back office or Trusted Third Party software that is supported by us. For an up to date list of this software, please visit our Extranet. If the Intermediary's back office software is changed or updated in any manner that affects the Direct Services or the Portal Services, the Intermediary must notify us immediately so that we may assess whether or not additional testing or quality assurance of the updated software is required.
The Standards. A summary of today’s final standards is listed in Table 1. Included in this table are applicability cutoffs based on annual throughput (under section183(f)) and HAP emissions (under section 112), separation of marine tankvessel loading operations at petroleum refineries (which are now includedunder the petroleum refineries sourcecategory), and emission standards based on subcategory determinations foroffshore terminals and the AlyeskaPipeline Service Company’s (APSC’s) Valdez Marine Terminal (VMT). The promulgated regulations allow for several alternative compliancetechnologies to allow owners or operators maximum compliance flexibility.Table 1.—Final Standards, National Costs, and Emission Reductions Sources required to reduce emissions are also required to monitor theperformance of control technology installed to achieve the requiredemissions reductions. Baselineparameters may be established by owners or operators during initial performance tests, or continuousemissions monitoring devices may be used to provide indicators ofperformance. The baseline parameters may be based on manufacturer’srecommended operating parameters or other parameters selected by the source and approved by the Administrator.Sources are also required to develop and implement an operation andmaintenance plan that describes aprogram of corrective action for varying (i.e., exceeding baseline parameters) air pollution control equipment andmonitoring equipment used to comply with these emissions standards. Thisplan includes operating parameters that shall be monitored and recorded asindicators of proper operation of the air pollution control devices.In developing these final monitoringrequirements and complianceprovisions, the Agency has providedsignificant flexibility to owners oroperators of sources required to reduce emissions in regard to selectingmonitoring protocols, yet has assured compliance with the standards.Compliance is assured through reporting and recordkeepingrequirements that specify annual reports of system performance. This reportinginterval is compressed to semi-annual for sources that experience excessemissions.Owners or operators of all marinetank vessel loading operations subject to the federal standards promulgated48390 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 181 / Tuesday, September 19, 1995 / Rules and Regulations under section 183(f) of the Act (RACT sources) are required to commenceconstruction of its vapor collection system and air pollution controldevice(s) within 2...
The Standards. Standard One. Qualifications of attorneys. 1.1 All attorneys providing Services in Oak Harbor cases shall at all times be licensed attorneys in good standing with the Washington State Bar Association. 1.2 In a firm providing Services, one attorney shall be designated as the lead attorney. 1.3 The designated public defender or the designated lead attorney in a firm providing Services by contract shall have a minimum of five years of experience in a practice emphasizing criminal defense. 1.4 Other attorneys in a firm providing Services should have the required knowledge, experience and skill for the cases assigned. The most complex cases should be assigned to the most experienced attorneys. Less experienced attorneys may be assigned cases for which they have the required knowledge and skill, subject to supervision by the lead attorney. 1.5 No attorney in a firm providing Services shall be assigned sole or primary responsibility for a case unless the lead attorney determines that attorney has the required training, experience, knowledge and skill. 1.6 Rule 9 interns working under the immediate supervision of a licensed attorney may assist on a case in any manner permitted by Rule 9.1.7 A lawyer assigned to represent a client shall continue representation of that client notwithstanding the expiration of the professional services contract between the lawyer and the City unless permitted to withdraw by order of court. Standard Two. Training, supervision, monitoring and evaluation of attorneys. 2.1 All attorneys providing Services shall participate in a minimum of seven hours of continuing legal education per year in areas relating to criminal defense law and practice. 2.2 The designated lead attorney in a firm providing Services shall be responsible for the training, supervision, monitoring, and evaluation of all attorneys in the firm, and shall maintain a record of all training activities, including date, topic and names of the attorneys participating. If as a result of supervision, monitoring and evaluation, the lead attorney determines that another attorney’s performance falls below these standards, the lead attorney shall require additional applicable training for that attorney, including additional CLE training. If the lead attorney determines that, after receiving appropriate additional training, another attorney’s performance persistently falls below these standards, the lead attorney shall not assign that attorney to City of Oak Harbor cases. 2.3 In addi...
The Standards. The minimum standards required to be achieved are set out in Part 2 of the NPF agreement. The ‘standards’ drive the format of the draft Service Plan. These ‘standards’ give details of the areas thatmust be addressed e.g. quality advice, joined up working, proactive education, e-commerce, building partnerships with the business community.
The Standards. Standards of performance for new sources established under section 111 of the Clean Air Act reflect: . . . application of the best technological system of continuous emission reduction which (taking into consideration the cost of achieving such emission reduction, and any nonair quality health and environmental impact and energy requirements) the Administrator determines has been adequately demonstrated [section 111(a)(1)]. For convenience, this will be referred to as “best demonstrated technology" or “BDT.” On September 24,1976, new source performance standards (NSPS) were proposed for kraft pulp mills under section 111 of the Clean Air Act (41 FR 42012). These regulations were promulgated on February 23,1978 (43 FR 7568). The standards limit emissions of particulate matter (PM) and total reduced sulfur (TRS) from new or modified recovery furnaces, smelt dissolving tanks, lime kilns, digester systems, multiple effect evaporator systems, black liquor oxidation systems, brown stock washer systems, and condensate stripper systems that have been constructed, modified, or reconstructed after September 24,1976. The PM emission limits are: 0.10 grams per dry standard cubic meter (g/ dscm) at 8 percent oxygen for recovery furnaces: 0.10 grams per kilogram of black liquor solids (dry weight) (g/ kg BLS) for smelt dissolving tanks; 0.15 g/ dscm at 10 percent oxygen for lime kilns burning gas; and 0.30 g/ dscm at 10 percent oxygen for lime kilns burning oil. Visible emissions from recovery furnaces are limited to 35 percent opacity. The TRS emission limits are: 5 parts per million by volume (ppmv) at 8 percent oxygen from straight kraft recovery furnaces; 25 ppmv at 8 percent oxygen from cross recovery furnaces; 8 ppmv at 10 percent oxygen from lime kilns; and 5 ppmv at the actual oxygen content of the untreated gas stream from digester systems, multiple-effect evaporator systems, brown stock washer systems, black liquor oxidation systems, and condensate stripper systems. The TRS emissions from smelt dissolving tanks are limited to 0.0084 g/ kg BLS. The standards also require continuous monitoring, recordkeeping, and excess emission reporting. The opacity of recovery furnace exhaust gases must be monitored continuously, and a record of these measurements must be maintained. The concentration of TRS emissions from recovery boilers and lime kilns must be monitored continuously and a record of these measurements must be maintained. The incineration temperature of efflu...
The Standards. Before comparing the tools, it seems important to assess which are the standards, in each domain, that constrain tools concepts and mechanisms. As a matter of fact, in PDM, a tool designer is not free to propose mechanisms; the tool must support/enforce the STEP/EXPRESS standard.
The Standards. The Goods, vehicles, equipment, systems and services provided under the Tender/Contract shall conform to the standard as specified in the technical specifications; In specific, Vehicles should conform to Euro III standards of emission and above - up graded from time to time as per statutory requirement Where no standards are specified for particular goods, vehicles, equipment, services, they should conform to the latest minimum Bureau of Indian Standards specifications if prescribed for the product, machinery, equipment, services required in the tender, if not prescribed under BIS they should conform to the latest ISO standard. Or the authoritative latest standards used in the country of origin, appropriate to the specified goods, vehicles, equipment systems, and services. A declaration will be submitted by the bidder / contractor for the above with the certification of the authorized agency of the origin Interpretation In this Agreement, unless the context otherwise requires, any reference to a statutory provision shall include such provision as is from time to time modified or re-enacted or consolidated so far as such modification or re-enactment or consolidation applies to, or is capable of being applied to any transactions entered into hereunder; references to Applicable Law shall include the laws, acts, ordinances, rules, regulations, notifications, guidelines or bylaws which have the force of law; the words importing singular shall include plural and vice versa, and words denoting natural persons shall include partnerships, firms, companies, corporations, joint ventures, trusts, associations, organisations or other entities (whether or not having a separate legal entity); the headings are for convenience of reference only and shall not be used in, and shall not affect, the construction or interpretation of this Agreement; the words "include" and "including" are to be construed without limitation; any reference to day, month or year shall mean a reference to a calendar day, calendar month or calendar year respectively; the Schedules to this Agreement form an integral part of this Agreement as though they were expressly set out in the body of this Agreement; any reference at any time to any agreement, deed, instrument, license or document of any description shall be construed as reference to that agreement, deed, instrument, license or other document as amended, varied, supplemented, modified or suspended at the time of such reference; references to re...