Transportation Operations Sample Clauses

Transportation Operations. All transportation operations must be conducted under such conditions and controls necessary to prevent the food from becoming unsafe during transportation operations including, but not limited to: (a) taking effective measures such as segregation, isolation, or the use of packaging to protect food from contamination by raw foods and nonfood items in the same load; (b) taking effective measures such as segregation, isolation, or other protective measures, such as hand-washing, to protect food transported or food not completely enclosed by a container from contamination and cross-contact during transportation operations; and (c) shall maintain the integrity of the cargo seal.
Transportation Operations i)The Roads and Traffic sections and the Airport shall be seen as three distinct operations.
Transportation Operations. In the event of a spill, leak or loss of Sludge or Non-Sludge Residuals during transit not caused by Uncontrollable Circumstances or Borough Breach, the Company shall immediately arrange for the clean-up and transportation of the material to the Disposal Site at the Company’s sole cost and expense, pay any resulting fines, assessments, penalties or damages resulting therefrom, and indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Borough in accordance with the procedures provided in Section 10.2 hereof from all Loss- and-Expense resulting therefrom.
Transportation Operations. Saturday, Sunday and General Holidays (Friday 11:00 p.m. - Sunday 11:00 p.m.)
Transportation Operations. All transportation operations shall be conducted in accordance w ith Applicable Law and Section 6 .20. In the event of a release, spill, leak or loss of Incinerator Residuals during tran sfer or transit, the Lessee shall promptly arrange or cause to be arranged through the responsible hauler for the clean-up of the m aterial and transportation to an Acceptable Disposal Site, and for the payment by the Lessee or th e responsible hauler of any resulting fines, assessments, penalties or damages result ing therefrom, all as further provided in Section 7.7.
Transportation Operations. Section 3.1Administration The Transportation Provider shall:
Transportation Operations. ▪ For School-based staffthe immediate supervisor is the school administrator(s).
Transportation Operations. In the railway business, JR-West continued to pursue improvement measures that reflected the remarks, including the proposals and opinions, noted in the investigation report on the Fukuchiyama Line accident. Further, we enhanced safety by implementing risk assessment measures aimed atbuilding a corporate system to ensure no accidents to produce casualties among our customers and no serious labor accidents to our employees,” the attainment target of the Basic Safety Plan.Specifically, these measures were enhanced through efforts that include sharing information on risks, and the horizontal development of recommended initiatives for effective countermeasures and risk assessment. We also continued with such measures as convening regular safety meetings to allow top management and officers on the one hand, and employees in the field on the other, to directly exchange opinions.In terms of facilities, JR-West increased its ATS maintenance, enhanced safety for crossing systems, implemented safety measures for platforms such as installing emergency buttons, and took steps to counter snow damage, including enhancements to snow removal equipment and facilities. In terms of measures to limit damage from earthquakes, we conducted seismic retrofitting for pillars supporting elevated tracks and continued to move forward with the installation of derailment prevention guards on the Sanyo Shinkansen. Drawing on the lessons of the Great East Japan Earthquake, we put in place a system to prepare employees to provide evacuation instructions in the event of a tsunami, and took other steps to enhance infrastructure to facilitate communication of information on earthquakes and tsunami, and to provide for the smooth evacuation of passengers.Further, for safety measures to respond to earthquakes and tsunami, we are implementing various measures including establishing systems for the relay of information on earthquakes and tsunami, and smooth evacuation of passengers. In addition, taking to heart the seriousness of accidents now and in the future, we took steps to provide employee training at the Railway Safety Education Center, established to teach systematically the lessons learned from accidents. Various types of training sessions were also conducted on caring for passengers and improved response in the event of an accident.In transportation operations, usage of the Sanyo Shinkansen and urban network was positive. We also took steps to enhance convenience with timetable revisi...
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  • Transportation Transportation to the nearest physician or hospital for employees requiring medical care as a result of an on-the-job accident shall be at the expense of the Employer.

  • Transportation Allowance Full-Time and Part-Time When an employee is required to travel to the Hospital or to return to her home as a result of reporting to or off work between the hours of 2400 – 0600 hours, (other than reporting to or off work for her regular shift) or at any time while on standby, the Hospital will pay transportation costs either by taxi or by her own vehicle at the rate of thirty-five cents (35¢) per kilometre [to a maximum of fourteen dollars ($14.00)] or such greater amount as the Hospital may in its discretion determine for each trip between the aforementioned hours. The employee will provide to the Hospital satisfactory proof of payment of such taxi fare.

  • Transportation of Accident Victims Transportation to the nearest physician or hospital for employees requiring medical care as a result of an on-the-job accident shall be at the expense of the Employer.