Trafficking Sample Clauses

Trafficking. A person who knowingly by force, threat or description, administers to another or induces another or causes another to use a controlled substance or causes another to become drug dependent. EXHIBIT “D” Employee Assistance Program (EAP) EAP programs are normally 24-hour hot lines where employees and their family members can call counselors to deal with stress related problems. Many companies provide EAP programs through mental health providers because they feel that they can eliminate stress at work. If stress is eliminated at work, drug abuse, work related accidents and employee morale can be dramatically affected in a positive way. If an employee can contact a third party that is not associated with its company or labor local, employees feel more comfortable about presenting their problems to this third party and possibly finding solutions to them. Examples of these stress related problems may be alcoholism, drug abuse, divorce, financial problems, etc. Municipalities that are currently using EAP programs are Garfield Heights, Maple Heights, Cuyahoga County Engineers, City of Bedford, City of Shaker Heights and the City of Parma. Companies that currently use EAP programs are Dow Chemical, BCBS of Ohio, XX Xxxxxxxx, Ford Motors and General Motors. Most of Employee Assistance Programs include the following Key Features: • ConfidentialityAssists the employee in managing Life Changes involving: Alcohol or drug problems, Family or marital relationships, Death in a family, Emotional or psychological adjustment, legal or financial problems, relocation, retirement, raising children or the birth of a child. • 24 Hour Access anywhere within the continental U.S. and Canada. • Information Referral Services, Professional Counseling Services, Crisis Intervention and Management Consultation • Family and Dependents eligible • Unlimited Telephone CounselingAccess to high quality network of professional counselors with masters and Ph.D. levels. • Evening and weekends availability for appointmentsMonthly original articles for in-house communicationsQuarterly Wellness Seminars • Follow-up to monitor treatment outcome and satisfactionReferences ManualHuman Resources Supervisor and employee orientation training Coordination with Employer Health Care benefit plans. Marymount Hospital’s “Concern” EAP was the program that both the City of Parma Heights and the OPBA Patrolmen, Sergeants and Captains local agreed to as their choice. • Concern – Marymount Hospital ...

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  • Terrorism Sanctions Regulations The Company will not and will not permit any Controlled Entity (a) to become (including by virtue of being owned or controlled by a Blocked Person), own or control a Blocked Person or any Person that is the target of sanctions imposed by the United Nations or by the European Union, or (b) directly or indirectly to have any investment in or engage in any dealing or transaction (including, without limitation, any investment, dealing or transaction involving the proceeds of the Notes) with any Person if such investment, dealing or transaction (i) would cause any holder to be in violation of any law or regulation applicable to such holder, or (ii) is prohibited by or subject to sanctions under any U.S. Economic Sanctions, or (c) to engage, nor shall any Affiliate of either engage, in any activity that could subject such Person or any holder to sanctions under CISADA or any similar law or regulation with respect to Iran or any other country that is subject to U.S. Economic Sanctions.

  • Anti-Terrorism The Contractor agrees to undertake all reasonable efforts to ensure that none of the UNDP funds received under the Contract is used to provide support to individuals or entities associated with terrorism and that recipients of any amounts provided by UNDP hereunder do not appear on the list maintained by the Security Council Committee established pursuant to Resolution 1267 (1999). The list can be accessed via xxxxx:// This provision must be included in all sub-contracts or sub-agreements entered into under the Contract.

  • Anti-Money Laundering and Red Flag Identity Theft Prevention Programs The Trust acknowledges that it has had an opportunity to review, consider and comment upon the written procedures provided by USBFS describing various tools used by USBFS which are designed to promote the detection and reporting of potential money laundering activity and identity theft by monitoring certain aspects of shareholder activity as well as written procedures for verifying a customer’s identity (collectively, the “Procedures”). Further, the Trust and USBFS have each determined that the Procedures, as part of the Trust’s overall Anti-Money Laundering Program and Red Flag Identity Theft Prevention Program, are reasonably designed to: (i) prevent each Fund from being used for money laundering or the financing of terrorist activities; (ii) prevent identity theft; and (iii) achieve compliance with the applicable provisions of the Bank Secrecy Act, Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 and the USA Patriot Act of 2001 and the implementing regulations thereunder. Based on this determination, the Trust hereby instructs and directs USBFS to implement the Procedures on the Trust’s behalf, as such may be amended or revised from time to time. It is contemplated that these Procedures will be amended from time to time by the parties as additional regulations are adopted and/or regulatory guidance is provided relating to the Trust’s anti-money laundering and identity theft responsibilities. USBFS agrees to provide to the Trust:

  • OFAC Sanctions No Loan Party nor any of its Subsidiaries is in violation of any applicable Sanctions. No Loan Party, nor any of its Subsidiaries nor any director, officer, employee, agent, or Affiliate of such Loan Party or such Subsidiary (a) is a Sanctioned Person or a Sanctioned Entity, (b) has any assets located in Sanctioned Entities, or (c) derives revenues from investments in, or transactions with, Sanctioned Persons or Sanctioned Entities. Each of the Loan Parties and their Subsidiaries, and each director, officer, employee, agent (when acting on behalf of a Loan Party or Subsidiary thereof, within the scope of the agent’s designated duties), and Affiliate of each such Loan Party and each such Subsidiary, is in compliance with the Anti-corruption Laws in all material respects. No proceeds of any Loan made hereunder will be used to fund any operations in, finance any investments or activities in, or make any payments to, a Sanctioned Person or a Sanctioned Entity, or otherwise be used in any manner that would result in a violation of any applicable Sanction by any Person (including any Lender or other individual or entity participating in any transaction).

  • Executive Orders This Contract is subject to the provisions of Executive Order No. Three of Governor Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx, promulgated June 16, 1971, concerning labor employment practices, Executive Order No. Seventeen of Governor Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx, promulgated February 15, 1973, concerning the listing of employment openings and Executive Order No. Sixteen of Governor Xxxx X. Xxxxxxx promulgated August 4, 1999, concerning violence in the workplace, all of which are incorporated into and are made a part of the Contract as if they had been fully set forth in it. The Contract may also be subject to Executive Order No. 14 of Governor M. Xxxx Xxxx, promulgated April 17, 2006, concerning procurement of cleaning products and services, Executive Order No. 61 of Governor Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxx promulgated December 13, 2017 concerning the Policy for the Management of State Information Technology Projects, as issued by the Office of Policy and Management, Policy ID IT-SDLC-17-04, and Executive Order No. 49 of Governor Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxx, promulgated May 22, 2015, mandating disclosure of certain gifts to public employees and contributions to certain candidates for office in accordance with their respective terms and conditions. If Executive Orders 14, 61 or 49 are applicable, it is deemed to be incorporated into and are made a part of the Contract as if it had been fully set forth in it. At the Contractor’s request, the State shall provide a copy of these orders to the Contractor.

  • Compliance with Applicable Anti-Terrorism and Anti-Money Laundering Regulations In order to comply with laws, rules and regulations applicable to banking institutions, including those relating to the funding of terrorist activities and money laundering, the Indenture Trustee is required to obtain, verify and record certain information relating to individuals and entities which maintain a business relationship with the Indenture Trustee. Accordingly, each of the parties hereto agrees to provide to the Indenture Trustee upon its request from time to time such identifying information and documentation as may be available for such party in order to enable the Indenture Trustee to comply with applicable law.

  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Programs Soliciting Dealer represents to the Dealer Manager and to the Company that it has established and implemented anti-money laundering compliance programs in accordance with applicable law, including applicable FINRA Conduct Rules, the Exchange Act Rules and Regulations and the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001, as amended (the “USA PATRIOT Act”), specifically including, but not limited to, Section 352 of the International Money Laundering Abatement and Anti-Terrorist Financing Act of 2001 (the “Money Laundering Abatement Act,” and together with the USA PATRIOT Act, the “AML Rules”) reasonably expected to detect and cause the reporting of suspicious transactions in connection with the offering and sale of the Shares. Soliciting Dealer further represents that it currently is in compliance with all AML Rules, specifically including, but not limited to, the Customer Identification Program requirements under Section 326 of the Money Laundering Abatement Act, and Soliciting Dealer hereby covenants to remain in compliance with such requirements and shall, upon request by the Dealer Manager or the Company, provide a certification to the Dealer Manager or the Company that, as of the date of such certification (a) its AML Program is consistent with the AML Rules, and (b) it is currently in compliance with all AML Rules, specifically including, but not limited to, the Customer Identification Program requirements under Section 326 of the Money Laundering Abatement Act. Upon request by the Dealer Manager at any time, Soliciting Dealer will (i) furnish a written copy of its AML Program to the Dealer Manager for review, and (ii) furnish a copy of the findings and any remedial actions taken in connection with its most recent independent testing of its AML Program.

  • Anti-Money Laundering Program The Distributor represents and warrants that it (a) has adopted an anti-money laundering compliance program ("AML Program") that satisfies the requirements of all applicable laws and regulations; and (b) will notify the Trust promptly if an inspection by the appropriate regulatory authorities of its AML Program identifies any material deficiency, and will promptly remedy any material deficiency of which it learns.

  • Anti-Lobbying Subrecipient certifies that it will comply with federal law (31 U.S.C. 1352) and regulations found at 24 CFR Part 87, which provide that: