Weather Conditions Sample Clauses

Weather Conditions. The Contractor will be required to protect all work and materials against damage or injury from the weather. If, in the opinion of the County, any work or materials shall have been damaged or injured by reason of failure to protect such, all such materials or work shall be removed and replaced at the expense of the Contractor.
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Weather Conditions. During inclement weather inside work shall be carried on as designated by Supervisors at regular rates of pay. The decision as to what constitutes inclement weather shall be made by the Department Supervisor or his designate. In an emergency, when it is necessary for Employees for whom the weather has been declared inclement to work, the Employer shall supply suitable rainwear.
Weather Conditions. 12.1 In the event of temporary suspension of work, or during inclement weather, or whenever the Architect/Engineer shall direct, the Contractor will, and will cause his subcontractors to protect carefully his and their work and materials against damage or injury from the weather. If, in the opinion of the Architect/Engineer, any work or materials shall have been damaged or injured by reason of failure on the part of the Contractor or any of his Subcontractors so to protect his work, such materials shall be removed and replaced at the expense of the Contractor.
Weather Conditions. The Contractor will and will cause his subcontractors to protect carefully his and their work and materials against damage or injury from the weather. If any work or materials shall have been damaged or injured by reason of the failure on the part of the Contractor or any of his subcontractors to protect his, or their work, such work and materials shall be removed and replaced at the expense of the Contractor.
Weather Conditions. The trial run shall be carried out under weather conditions which are deemed favourable enough in the reasonable judgement of Builder in accordance with the Specifications. In the event of unfavourable weather on the date specified for the trial run, the same shall take place on the first available day thereafter that weather conditions permit. It is agreed that if during the trial run the weather should suddenly become so unfavourable that the satisfactory conduct of the trial run can no longer be continued, the trial run shall be discontinued and postponed until the next following favourable day, unless Buyer shall assent in writing to a request from Builder to accept the Vessel on the basis of the trial run already made before such discontinuance occurred. Any reasonable delay in the trial run caused by unfavourable weather conditions shall be deemed a permissible delay in the delivery of the Vessel and shall operate to postpone the Delivery Date by the period of delay involved.
Weather Conditions. In the event of temporary suspension of work or during inclement weather or whenever the OWNER shall direct, the CONSTRUCTION MANAGER will, and will cause its Subcontractors to protect carefully its and their work and material against damage or injury from the weather. If, in the opinion of the OWNER, any Work or material shall have been damaged or injured by reason of failure on the part of the CONSTRUCTION MANAGER or any of its Subcontractors so to protect his work, said materials shall be removed and replaced at the expense of the CONSTRUCTION MANAGER.
Weather Conditions. 28.1 When School District 69 buses are not running because of inclement weather conditions those teachers who are unable to attend due to the weather will not be required to work at school. Such absences from work at school shall be considered a leave of absence with pay. It is intended that teachers will make reasonable efforts to attend at school whenever the school is open.
Weather Conditions. Weather conditions at your Location or at the assigned gateway used to support Service at your Location may interrupt your Service. Weather conditions at your assigned gateway may be different than the weather at your Location.
Weather Conditions. The lineman him or herself shall be the judge as to whether or not extreme weather or abnormal conditions are suitable for the performance of dangerous or hazardous work when handling any voltage.
Weather Conditions. Where extreme cold or hot weather causes hardship to the employees in the performance of their normal duties, the Union has the right to request the Employer to revise work schedules so as to give employees such advantage of retained heat or cold as may be compatible with the efficient operation of the building.