Vetting. 30.1 The Parties shall agree that police officers and police staff seeking access to the Parties’ systems or information will be vetted to the level required by the Party owning the system or information. Persons failing vetting will not be permitted to access the systems or information.
Vetting. Non-Police Personnel Vetting relates to the vetting of persons other than police personnel, who require access to police premises or police information systems. They include, for example, Language Service Providers, Crime & Disorder partners, HM Customs & Excise, Department of Works & Pensions, Work Experience, Lay Visitors and a variety of contractors and volunteers, some of whom require full access to our IT systems or to sensitive police information. The purpose of vetting is to provide a standard level of protection of both government and police assets. All non–police personnel requiring such access will be required to submit a personal information document giving consent for the vetting checks to be undertaken by the Vetting Unit. The individual will be checked on the information supplied against the following databases: Criminal Records (spent convictions are to be included) Police Intelligence Special Branch Professional Standards
Vetting. 7.2.1 The Supplier shall ensure that all Supplier Personnel, including but not limited to engineers and/or technicians, have been security vetted and approved to Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) relevant standards and/or Disclosure Scotland relevant standards where appropriate. The Supplier shall ensure this is completed prior to the involvement of Supplier Personnel in the delivery of the Product Range under this Framework Agreement.
Vetting. Prior to performing Services for Experian, all Supplier employees, subcontractors or anyone else providing services to Experian provided by the Supplier who will work at Experian premises for more than one business day or have access to an Experian network shall undergo a background check in accordance with the standards set out below.
Vetting. The Managers shall undertake as soon as reasonably possible to have the Vessel either inspected or screened by the following oil majors: BP, Shell, Exxonmobil, ChevronTexaco and Total. The cost of such vetting process is already included into the Vessel’s budget. The Managers shall use their best endeavours to accommodate the Owners requests for other/additional vetting inspections or screening processes, the cost of which shall be, however, considered out of budget.
Vetting. The Supplier shall ensure that all their personnel vetting procedures, under the DPS Agreement and individual Contracts entered into under it by Contracting Authorities comply with the British Standard, Security Screening of Individuals Employed in a Security Environment – BS 7858:2012 or agreed equivalent, unless otherwise specified by the Contracting Authorities at the Competition stage.
Vetting. 37.1 Where Supplier Personnel require access to the Deloitte Group’s working floors, Technology and/or Deloitte Information, the Supplier shall, prior to such access being granted and at such other times as requested by Deloitte:
Vetting. During the period of this charter, Charterers require Owners to endeavor to arrange for at least four of the following oil company inspections/approvals at their time and expense: BP, Shell, Exxon/Mobil, Chevron Corp., Xxxx, PDVSA, Statoil and Dreyfus. Charterers may request Owners to obtain other vetting approvals as/when required, and Owners shall do so. The above is always subject to the vessel’s trading pattern, ports accessibility, the oil company’s interest in the vessel and the availability of inspectors at the time, all of which Owners will keep a record of and keep Charterers advised. Charterers shall keep Owners fully informed of the vessels forward schedule in order to facilitate vetting inspections. If the vessel, during the period of this charter, fails to obtain a minimum of four approvals because of Owners fault/negligence, or fails a physical inspection by any company listed above, or loses a vetting approval required to maintain the vessels’ trading pattern, then, Owners shall have a period of forty five (45) days from the date Owners are notified of such non-acceptance to have the vessel obtain such minimum number of approvals or reinstate such approval, subject always to the vessel’s trading pattern, ports accessibility, the oil company’s interest in the vessel and the availability of inspectors at the time, all of which Owners will keep a record of and keep Charterers advised. If the Owners do not obtain the minimum number of vetting approvals or the necessary vetting approval is not reinstated as provided for in the preceding paragraphs, and the lack of vettings affect the vessel’s trading pattern, then the Charterer shall have the right (i) to terminate this charter party without penalty to either party, or, (ii) to place the Vessel off-hire for any loss of time (whether by way of interruption in the Vessel’s service, including time necessary for re-positioning to an alternate trading pattern or otherwise)(a) resulting from the vessel being placed off hire by a pool in which it is entered due to such lack of vetting, or (b)otherwise due to such lack of vetting. In the event the preceding paragraph is invoked, and the Charterer does not terminate the Charter, it shall use commercially reasonable efforts to employ the Vessel in an alternate trading pattern to maximize its earning capacity on commercially reasonable terms provided that the terms of the pool it is entered into or the time charter it is operating under permit the Charterer...
Vetting. 4.10.1. The Supplier shall ensure that all Supplier Personnel vetting procedures, under the DPS Agreement and individual Contracts entered into under it by Customers and Suppliers, comply with the British Standard, Security Screening of Individuals Employed in a Security Environment – BS 7858:2012 or agreed equivalent, unless otherwise specified by Customers.