Action levels definition

Action levels means health-based and environmental-based levels determined by U.S. EPA to be indicators for protection of human health and/or the environment. Contamination exceeding action levels indicates a potential threat to human health and/or the environment which may require further study. Action levels are also used as a reference point for developing final cleanup standards.
Action levels means non-site-specific concentrations for chemical(s) of concern that are protective of human health utilized during the tier 1 source investigation and delineation process specified in paragraphs (J)(2) and (J)(3) of this rule.
Action levels means permit conditions which are not effluent limitations but require a permittee to act if breached.

Examples of Action levels in a sentence

Action levels on wastewater discharge constituents and characteristics.

The baseline monitoring will provide data for the determination of the appropriate Action levels with the Limit levels set against statutory or otherwise agreed limits.

Action levels apply to exposure in the longer term, and are cumulative exposures calculated over any continuous 12-week period.

Action levels are air concentrations below the PEL which nevertheless require that certain actions such as medical surveillance and workplace monitoring take place.

Action levels developed under this paragraph must be revised using six months of monitoring data after any change in mill design, construction, operation, or maintenance that materially affects the potential for leaks or spills of spent pulping liquor, soap, or turpentine from the immediate process areas.

Action levels for decommissioning activities shall be established.

Action levels are used for contaminants that do not have established maximum contaminant levels.

Action levels are based on unavoidability of the poisonous or deleterious substances and do not represent permissible levels of contamination where it is avoidable.

Table 2.2 Action levels following legionella sampling in hot and cold water systems Legionella bacteria (cfu/l) Recommended actions>100 cfu/l andup to 1000Either: ■ if the minority of samples are positive, the system should be resampled.

A Participant who has attained age 59 1/2 may withdraw any part of his Vested Account resulting from the following Contributions: Elective Deferral Contributions Matching Contributions Discretionary Contributions A Participant may make such a withdrawal at any time.


More Definitions of Action levels

Action levels means a specified concentrations of a petroleum productscontaminant chemicals of concern that, if when exceeded during natural attenuation monitoring or post active remediation monitoring, may require initiation of additional site assessment or active remediation. Action levels are established during the approval process for Natural Attenuation Monitoring Plans pursuant to Rule 62-770.690, F.A.C., and Post Active Remediation Monitoring Plans pursuant to Rule 62-770.750, F.A.C., and are not equivalent to cleanup target levels.

Related to Action levels

Action level means a concentration designated in 29 CFR part 1910 for a specific substance, calculated as an eight hour time-weighted average, which initiates certain required activities such as exposure monitoring and medical surveillance.
Company Action Level RBC ’ means, with respect to any insurer, the product of 2.0 and its authorized control level RBC;
Regulatory Action Level RBC means the product of 1.5 and its authorized control level RBC;
Integration level means the Social Security taxable wage base for the Plan Year, unless the Employer elects a lesser amount in (i) or (ii) below.
Company action level event means any of the following events:
Margin Level means the percentage Equity to Necessary Margin ratio. It is calculated as (Equity / Necessary Margin) * 100%.
Maximum Concentration Level Assessment means the Maximum Concentration Level Assessment for the purposes of a Basic Comprehensive Certificate of Approval, described in the Basic Comprehensive User Guide, prepared by a Toxicologist using currently available toxicological information, that demonstrates that the concentration at any Point of Impingement for a Compound of Concern that does not have a Ministry Point of Impingement Limit is not likely to cause an adverse effect as defined by the EPA. The concentration at Point of Impingement for a Compound of Concern must be calculated in accordance with O. Reg. 419/05.
Strike Level means the Strike Level as specified in § 1 of the Product and Underlying Data.
Subordination Level On any specified date, with respect to any Class of Class B-L Regular Interests, the percentage obtained by dividing the aggregate Class Principal Balance of such Class and the Classes of Class B-L Regular Interests which are subordinate in right of payment to such Class by the aggregate Class Principal Balance of the REMIC I Regular Interests and the Class R-1 Residual Interest as of such date prior to giving effect to distributions of principal and interest and allocations of Realized Losses on the Mortgage Loans on such date.
Closing Level : means the official daily Closing Level of the Index as published by the Index Sponsor in relation to each Scheduled Trading Day during the Investment Term.
Weighting factor wT for an organ or tissue (T) means the proportion of the risk of stochastic effects resulting from irradiation of that organ or tissue to the total risk of stochastic effects when the whole body is irradiated uniformly. For calculating the effective dose equivalent, the values of wT are:
Poverty level means the annual family income for a family unit of a particular size, as specified in the poverty guidelines updated annually in the Federal Register by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Base Level means, in respect of an Inflation Index, the level of such Inflation Index (excluding any "flash" estimates) published or announced by the relevant Inflation Index Sponsor in respect of the month which is 12 calendar months prior to the month for which the Substitute Index Level is being determined.
Ground Level means the level of the referred point of exposed surface of the ground as indicated in the drawing.
Floor Level means that stage of construction which in the completed building would constitute the walking surface of the particular floor level referred to in the table of payments.
Index Level means, in respect of an Index Business Day, the closing level of the Index on such Index Business Day. The Index Level shall be an amount expressed in the Index Base Currency.
Pricing Level refers to the determination of which of Level I, Level II, Level III, Level IV or Level V applies at any date.
Severity Level means the applicable severity level assigned by IFS to an Incident, as it may be re-classified by IFS based on information gathered throughout the Case lifecycle.
Noise level means the “A” weighed sound pressure level in decibels obtained by using a sound level meter at slow response with a reference pressure of twenty micropascals. The unit of measurement shall be designated as dBA.
Asset-Level Basis With respect to the Operating Advisor’s evaluation of the Special Servicer’s performance of its duties with respect to Specially Serviced Loans (and, after the occurrence and during the continuance of an Operating Advisor Consultation Event, with respect to Major Decisions on non-Specially Serviced Loans and Serviced Companion Loans) under this Agreement, taking into account the Special Servicer’s specific duties under this Agreement as well as the extent to which those duties were performed in accordance with the Servicing Standard, with reasonable consideration by the Operating Advisor of any assessment of compliance report, attestation report, Major Decision Reporting Package, Asset Status Report (in each case, after the occurrence and continuance of an Operating Advisor Consultation Event), Final Asset Status Report and other information, in each case delivered to the Operating Advisor by the Special Servicer or made available to Privileged Persons that are posted on the Certificate Administrator’s Website during the prior calendar year (together with any additional information and material reviewed by the Operating Advisor) (other than any communications between the Directing Holder and the Special Servicer that would be Privileged Information) pursuant to this Agreement.
Weighting means the weight to be applied to each of the Indices comprising the Basket of Indices, as specified in the applicable Issue Terms.
Mean Sea Level means, for purposes of the National Flood Insurance Program, the National Geodetic Vertical Datum (NGVD) of 1929 or other datum, to which base flood elevations shown on a community's Flood Insurance Rate Map are referenced.
Minimum Level (ML means the concentration at which the entire analytical system must give a recognizable signal and an acceptable calibration point. The ML is the concentration in a sample that is equivalent to the concentration of the lowest calibration standard analyzed by a specific analytical procedure, assuming that all the method-specified sample weights, volumes and processing steps have been followed.
Pricing Level V means any time when none of Pricing Levels I, II, III or IV is applicable.
Rating Level means, with respect to any rating agency, each rating subcategory or “notch” of such rating agency , giving effect to pluses and minuses (or similar designations). By way of illustration, BBB+, BBB and BBB- are each separate Rating Levels of S&P.
Elevated blood lead level means a level of lead in blood that is any of the following: