Affiliation Standards definition

Affiliation Standards means the written criteria established by ICON for granting or renewing the affiliation of Affiliated Entities, which criteria ICON may revise from time to time.

Examples of Affiliation Standards in a sentence

CARES Act § 1102(e) (rescinding Express Loan Programs; Affiliation Standards, 85 Fed.

B., to the President who will appoint the number of Association Representatives needed to comply with NEA's Achieving Minimum Affiliation Standards.

The Review Board shall review the membership numbers and adjustments made in each zone using the NEA's Achieving Minimum Affiliation Standards formulae.

The YWCA Gettysburg & Adams County will abide by the Affiliation Standards set forth in the bylaws of the YWCA USA.

As per the National Affiliation Standards, the club must register all participants in accordance with the National Membership Database Policy to ensure Insurance cover can be confirmed.2. General Liability Insurance:This policy is available to affiliated clubs.

I understand that Club Affiliation may be rejected if the information is not provided.I also declare that(the club) agrees to be bound by the Terms and Conditions of Affiliation as detailed in the 2016 Club Affiliation Manual (Chapter 5) and complies with all the National Affiliation Standards as detailed in Section 1.

CHAPTER further agrees to conduct all chapter activities in accordance with the Chapter Affiliation Standards & Expectations (“CASE”), as well as the ASSOCIATION Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and exempt purposes and mission.

The following is a list of Affiliation Standards which the Club must comply with prior to Affiliation.

Only United Way affiliated organizations in “good standing” (meets all Affiliation Standards) carry the “United Way Partner Agency” status.

The Agency meets the United Way Affiliation Standards and Criteria.

Related to Affiliation Standards

Generally applicable environmental radiation standards means standards issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the authority of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, that impose limits on radiation exposures or levels, or concentrations or quantities of radioactive material, in the general environment outside the boundaries of locations under the control of persons possessing or using radioactive material.
Independent practice association or "IPA " shall mean an entity formed for the limited purpose of arranging by contract for the delivery or provision of health services by individuals, entities and facilities licensed or certified to practice medicine and other health professions, and, as appropriate, ancillary medical services and equipment, by which arrangements such health care providers and suppliers will provide their services in accordance with and for such compensation as may be established by a contract between such entity and one or more MCOs. "IPA" may also include, for purposes of this Agreement, a pharmacy or laboratory with the legal authority to contract with other pharmacies or laboratories to arrange for or provide services to enrollees of a New York State MCO.
Independent School Standards means the independent school standards prescribed under section 157 of the Education Act 2002.
Self-Regulatory Organization means any association of investment advisers or securities dealers registered under the federal securities laws, or any Exchange.
SAFE Rules and Regulations means collectively, the Circular 37 and any other applicable SAFE rules and regulations.
Emission standard and "emission limitation" means a requirement established under the FCAA or chapter 70.94 RCW which limits the quantity, rate, or concentration of emissions of air contaminants on a continuous basis, including any requirement relating to the operation or maintenance of a source to assure continuous emission reduction and any design, equipment work practice, or operational standard promulgated under the FCAA or chapter 70.94 RCW.
Consultant Guidelines means the “Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers” published by the Bank in May 2004 and revised in October 2006.
Advisers Act Rules and Regulations means the rules and regulations of the Commission under the Advisers Act.
Benchmark Transition Start Date means (a) in the case of a Benchmark Transition Event, the earlier of (i) the applicable Benchmark Replacement Date and (ii) if such Benchmark Transition Event is a public statement or publication of information of a prospective event, the 90th day prior to the expected date of such event as of such public statement or publication of information (or if the expected date of such prospective event is fewer than 90 days after such statement or publication, the date of such statement or publication) and (b) in the case of an Early Opt-in Election, the date specified by the Administrative Agent or the Required Lenders, as applicable, by notice to the Borrower, the Administrative Agent (in the case of such notice by the Required Lenders) and the Lenders.
Commission Comments means written comments pertaining solely to Rule 415 which are received by the Company from the Commission to a filed Registration Statement, a copy of which shall have been provided by the Company to the Holders, which either (i) requires the Company to limit the number of Registrable Securities which may be included therein to a number which is less than the number sought to be included thereon as filed with the Commission or (ii) requires the Company to either exclude Registrable Securities held by specified Holders or deem such Holders to be underwriters with respect to Registrable Securities they seek to include in such Registration Statement.
Railway Group Standards means standards authorised pursuant to
MAI Standards Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice established for Members of the Appraisal Institute.
Applicable Standards means all applicable engineering and safety standards governing the installation, maintenance and operation of facilities and the performance of all work in or around electric Utility Facilities and includes the most current versions of National Electric Safety Code (“NESC”), the National Electrical Code (“NEC”), and the regulations of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”), each of which is incorporated by reference in this Agreement, and/or other reasonable safety and engineering requirements of the Utility (“Utility’s Construction Standards”) or other federal, state or local authority with jurisdiction over Utility Facilities.
Regulatory Requirement means any law, regulation or court order, or any rule, direction, guideline, code, notice or restriction (whether or not having the force of law) issued by any regulatory authority, governmental agency (including tax authority), clearing or settlement bank or exchange, or industry or self-regulatory body, whether in or outside Hong Kong, to which HKICL, we or any other Participant or the respective affiliates or group companies, or you are subject or are expected to comply with from time to time.
GCP or “Good Clinical Practices” means the then-current standards, practices and procedures promulgated or endorsed by the FDA as set forth in the guidelines entitled “Guidance for Industry E6 Good Clinical Practice: Consolidated Guidance,” including related regulatory requirements imposed by the FDA and comparable regulatory standards, practices and procedures promulgated by the EMA or other Regulatory Authority applicable to the Territory, as they may be updated from time to time, including applicable quality guidelines promulgated under the ICH.
Reliability Standards means the criteria, standards, rules and requirements relating to reliability established by a Standards Authority.
Quality Standards means the quality standards published by BSI British Standards, the National Standards Body of the United Kingdom, the International Organisation for Standardization or other reputable or equivalent body, (and their successor bodies) that a skilled and experienced operator in the same type of industry or business sector as the Contractor would reasonably and ordinarily be expected to comply with, and as may be further detailed in the Specification Schedule.
Standards Board means the Professional Standards Board established pursuant to 14 Del.C.
Minimum Interconnection Standard means the reliability standard that must be met by any Large Generating Facility proposing to connect to the New York State Transmission System. The Standard is designed to ensure reliable access by the proposed project to the New York State Transmission System. The Standard does not impose any deliverability test or deliverability requirement on the proposed interconnection. NERC shall mean the North American Electric Reliability Council or its successor organization. New York State Transmission System shall mean the entire New York State electric transmission system, which includes (i) the Transmission Facilities under ISO Operational Control; (ii) the Transmission Facilities Requiring ISO Notification; and (iii) all remaining transmission facilities within the New York Control Area.
Project Operational Manual means the operational manual for the Project, satisfactory to the Bank, to be adopted by the Borrower through a joint resolution, which shall contain, inter alia: (i) the terms of reference, functions and responsibilities for the personnel of the Project Management Unit in charge of daily Project coordination and monitoring; (ii) the procedures for procurement of works, goods, services (other than consultants’ services) and consultants’ services for the Project and for the Subprojects, as well as for financial management and audits (i.e. financial audit and procurement audit) of the Project and of the Subprojects; (iii) flow and disbursement arrangements of Project funds; (iv) the eligibility criteria for the Subprojects, their selection and approval processes, the Restrictive List, as well as model forms for Grant Agreements; (v) the staffing plan for the Project Management Unit; (vi) the Environmental Management Framework, the Involuntary Resettlement Framework and the Indigenous Peoples Planning Framework; (vii) the procedures for the screening, evaluation and monitoring of Subprojects, including under the Environmental Management Framework, the Involuntary Resettlement Framework and the Indigenous Peoples Planning Framework; and (viii) the monitoring and impact evaluation strategy.
Drug abuse means any pattern of pathological use of drugs that causes impairment in social or occupational functioning, or that produces physiological dependency evidenced by physical tolerance or by physical symptoms when it is withdrawn.
Chemical dependency professional means a person certified as a chemical dependency professional by the department of health under chapter 18.205 RCW.
Affiliate Ethical Wall Reasonable policies and procedures to be maintained by an Affiliate of the Depositor, the Master Servicer, any Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator, the Operating Advisor, the Asset Representations Reviewer or the Trustee, as applicable, taking into account the nature of its business, to ensure (1) that such Affiliate will not use Confidential Information received from the Depositor, the Master Servicer, such Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator, the Operating Advisor, the Asset Representations Reviewer or the Trustee, as applicable, in a manner that violates any applicable law including, but not limited to, any securities laws and (2) that such Affiliate will not provide to the Depositor, the Master Servicer, such Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator, the Operating Advisor, the Asset Representations Reviewer or the Trustee, as applicable, information regarding its decisions relating to Investments in the Certificates from such Affiliate. Under such policies and procedures maintained by such Affiliate, (i) policies and procedures restricting the flow of information exist, and shall be maintained by such Affiliate, between such Affiliate, on the one hand and the Depositor, the Master Servicer, such Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator, the Operating Advisor, the Asset Representations Reviewer or the Trustee, as applicable, on the other; (ii) such policies and procedures restricting the flow of information operate in both directions so as to include (a) policies and procedures against the disclosure of Confidential Information from the Depositor, the Master Servicer, such Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator, the Operating Advisor, the Asset Representations Reviewer or the Trustee, as applicable, to such Affiliate, except as such disclosure is expressly allowed under this Agreement in such affiliate’s capacity as a Controlling Class Certificateholder or a Directing Holder or otherwise and (b) policies and procedures restricting the disclosure by such Affiliate of information regarding its decisions relating to Investments in Certificates to the Depositor, the Master Servicer, such Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator, the Operating Advisor, the Asset Representations Reviewer or the Trustee, as applicable; (iii) the senior management personnel of such Affiliate who have obtained Confidential Information in the course of their exercise of general managerial responsibilities may not use that information to influence Investment Decisions with respect to the Certificates, nor may they pass that information to others for use in such activities, to the extent the use of such Confidential Information violates the securities laws; and (iv) such senior management personnel who have obtained information regarding Investments in the course of their exercise of general managerial responsibilities may not use that information to influence servicing recommendations.
Operational Manual means the manual referred to in Section 3.03 of this Agreement;
Good Laboratory Practices means the then-current good laboratory practice standards promulgated or endorsed by the FDA as defined in 21 C.F.R. Part 58, and comparable regulatory standards promulgated by the EMA or other Regulatory Authority applicable to the Territory, as they may be updated from time to time, including applicable quality guidelines promulgated under the ICH.
Regulatory Requirements means all applicable statutes, statutory instruments, orders, regulations and codes of practice (whether or not having the force of law) in force from time to time, and in particular but without limitation the requirements, rules, regulations, guidance and codes of practice of FSMA and the relevant regulator;