Transporting Sample Clauses

Transporting. Transporting is Tug service performed in connection with the movement of a Vessel from berth to berth, berth to anchor, anchor to berth and anchor to anchor whether or not the Tug is made fast to the Vessel and shall be charged at the hourly rate plus applicable zone running times.
Transporting. Where hot oil must be transported over a step or other significant uneven floor area, the filtration unit is not a suitable mode of transportation. In this case, the oil must be cooled to below 110F before it can be manually transported in a stainless steel pail. PPE is not required when handling oil that is below 110F. Where available, an oil shuttle is an acceptable means of transporting hot oil directly from the cooker/fryer to a disposal container designed to connect with the shuttle. Adding Oil When adding oil to cookers or fryers with oil greater than 110F, all approved PPE must be worn. When adding oil to cookers or fryers with oil that is less than 110F no PPE is required to be worn. In all cases, oil must be poured onto the front shelf of the fryer vat. When oil (less than 110F) is added back to a cooker or fryer with oil that is less than 110F, no PPE is required to be worn. If any of the oil is greater than 110F it must be added only with the use of a filtration unit and with all approved PPE. Saucepans are not acceptable. KFC ONLY
Transporting. Any moving of earth materials from one place to another, other than such movement incidental to grading, when such movement results in destroying the vegetative ground cover either by tracking or the buildup of earth materials to the extent that erosion and sedimentation will result from the soil or earth materials over which such transporting occurs. (Ord. of 2-24-76, § 2; Ord. No. 95-2, 1-25-95; Ord. No. 2006-05, 6-27-2006) State law reference: Similar provisions, Code of Virginia, Tit. 10.1, Ch. 5, Art. 4.
Transporting. Hourly rate plus applicable Zone running time shall be charged for all Tug services performed in connection with the movement of a Vessel from berth to berth, whether or not the Tug is made fast to the Vessel.
Transporting. The dog shall be transported safely and shall not ride in the back of a pickup truck, whether kenneled, tied or caged, unless the back of such pickup truck is enclosed with a cap or camper. Adopter understands that the temperature in a vehicle can reach fatal levels within minutes and therefore the dog shall not remain, unattended, in a vehicle at any time.
Transporting. The FSMC shall be responsible for transporting the commodities from the warehouse to the Food Service Facilities in vehicles and a manner appropriate to comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.
Transporting. ● All Chromebooks are required to be transported in a protective sleeve, case, or backpack provided by the student. ● Do not overfill the bag where your Chromebook is stored. (Pressure on the Chromebook can cause permanent damage to the screen and other components) ● Never leave your Chromebook in a car or in an exposed area where it can be stolen. ● Never leave your Chromebook in unsupervised areas during the school day. They are to be securely locked in a classroom. Chromebooks left unsecured may be confiscated to avoid exposure to theft. ● Chromebook is for student’s use only and for school work only. ● Do not throw or drop your backpack with the Chromebook inside.
Transporting. Travel by unit members whose assigned duties specifically involve transportation of supplies, equipment, currency, or staff/students.
Transporting. All trash must be covered with a tarp or some other material to prevent littering. Littering laws will be strictly enforced.
Transporting. 1. By the beginning of the 1979 school year, the Board shall cover all damages, losses, and expenses incurred by an employee arising out of the authorized use of his/her automobile in the performance of school duties.