Applicable Industry Standards definition

Applicable Industry Standards means practice consistent with reasonable and prudent operations in the crude oil pipeline industry, including compliance with applicable law and, as applicable, adherence to American Petroleum Institute (“API”) or other applicable generally accepted industry standards and recommended practices pertaining to the construction, maintenance, and/or operation of crude oil pipelines;
Applicable Industry Standards means (as applied to MSD and its Affiliates and Marketing Partners as Distributors of Implants, and as applied to RTI and its Affiliates as Manufacturers of Implants) all applicable standards, requirements, rules and codes of the American Association of Tissue Banks, Advanced Medical Technology Association and other industry organizations mutually recognized by the Parties as authoritative bodies governing the conduct addressed in this Agreement, as any of the foregoing may be revised.

Examples of Applicable Industry Standards in a sentence

RTI will be responsible for storing the Implants consigned to RTI in a manner consistent with Specifications, Applicable Industry Standards and Applicable Laws and shall take commercially reasonable efforts to protect such Implants from all losses resulting from theft, damage to or destruction of the Implants from the time of consignment until transfer to Zimmer’s customers.

Internal CorrosionThe requirements of this subsection are □ Applicable to this Certification □ Not applicable to this Certification [complete below if applicable] Pursuant to Paragraph 13 of the Consent Decree4, Defendant has completed at Facility/Like-Kind Facility [select one], the following non-destructive examinations (NDEs) _ [attach pages if needed] on In-Station Piping on a spot basis consistent with Applicable Industry Standards to evaluate the risk of internal corrosion.

RTI warrants to Zimmer, its Marketing Partners and the End Users that the Implants, when delivered in accordance with the applicable Firm Order, will (i) conform to the applicable Specifications, (ii) have been recovered, screened, Manufactured and released in compliance with Applicable Laws (including cGTPs) and Applicable Industry Standards and (iii) be free of defects in design, Manufacture, fabrication, workmanship, labeling (including Label warnings) and Package Inserts / IFU.

With respect to the Implants, RTI shall maintain manufacturing and traceability records, including records by tissue number; and Zimmer shall maintain storage and distribution records by tissue number, as required by Applicable Laws and Applicable Industry Standards.

Moreover, the Federal Aviation Administration took crash tests for the cabin of B737 twice in 1999 and 2000 respectively [6, 7].Along with the sufficient accumulation of experimental data and the continuous improvement of collision theory, numerical analysis methods and computer technology, the crash simulation analysis of aircraft structure also developed rapidly.

Any further developments to Defendant’s Dead-Leg Program shall comply with the requirements of this Subsection, shall be consistent with Applicable Industry Standards, and shall not require EPA review and approval.

This chapter describes:● Planning Your Site on page 22● Meeting Site Requirements on page 22● Evaluating and Meeting Cable Requirements on page 30● Meeting Power Requirements on page 36● Applicable Industry Standards on page 39The requirements described in this chapter are intended for the system administrator, network equipment technician, or network manager responsible for installing and managing the network hardware.

The Parties shall perform all obligations of this Agreement in accordance with the DER Technical Specifications Manual, all Applicable Laws and Regulations, Applicable Industry Standards, and Good Utility Practices.

Defendant has not used visual inspection as the sole NDE technique applied at any one point on Line Pipe tested to assess the condition of In-Station Piping at this Facility. Pursuant to Paragraph 14, developed a written post-assessment action plan (PAAP) on [date] for this Facility consistent with Applicable Industry Standards.

Each Party shall comply in all material respects with all Applicable Laws and Applicable Industry Standards that pertain to its activities under this Agreement and, except as otherwise provided for herein, shall bear the entire cost and expense of such compliance.

Related to Applicable Industry Standards

Industry Standards means security measures that are commercially reasonable in the information technology industry and that are designed to ensure the security, integrity, and confidentiality of Accenture Data, and to protect against Security Incidents.
Petroleum Industry Standards means the Definitions for Oil and Gas Reserves promulgated by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (or any generally recognized successor) as in effect at the time in question.
Availability Standards means the program set forth in Section 40.9 of the CAISO Tariff, as it may be amended, supplemented or replaced (in whole or in part) from time to time, setting forth certain standards regarding the desired level of availability for Resource Adequacy resources and possible charges and incentive payments for performance thereunder.
MAI Standards Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice established for Members of the Appraisal Institute.
Reliability Standards means the criteria, standards, rules and requirements relating to reliability established by a Standards Authority.
Prudent Industry Practices means any of the practices, methods and acts engaged in or approved by a significant portion of the Midstream Services industry in the United States during the relevant time period, or any of the practices, methods and acts which, in the exercise of reasonable judgment in light of the facts known at the time the decision was made, could have been expected to accomplish the desired result at a reasonable cost consistent with good business practices, sound engineering practices, reliability, safety and expedition. “Prudent Industry Practices” is not intended to be limited to the optimum practice, method or act to the exclusion of all others, but rather to be acceptable principles, methods and acts generally accepted in the United States, having due regard for, among other things, the requirements or guidance of Governmental Authorities, applicable laws, equipment manufacturers, industry organizations and the requirements of insurers.
Good Industry Practice means standards, practices, methods and procedures conforming to the Law and the degree of skill and care, diligence, prudence and foresight which would reasonably and ordinarily be expected from a skilled and experienced person or body engaged in a similar type of undertaking under the same or similar circumstances.
Prudent Industry Practice means, at a particular time, (a) any of the practices, methods and acts engaged in or approved by a significant portion of the competitive electric generating industry at such time, or (b) with respect to any matter to which clause (a) does not apply, any of the practices, methods and acts which, in the exercise of reasonable judgment at the time the decision was made, could have been expected to accomplish the desired result at a reasonable cost consistent with good business practices, reliability, safety and expedition. "Prudent Industry Practice" is not intended to be limited to the optimum practice, method or act to the exclusion of all others, but rather to be a spectrum of possible practices, methods or acts having due regard for, among other things, manufacturers' warranties and the requirements of any Governmental Entity of competent jurisdiction.
Grade A standards means the requirements of the United States Public Health Service/FDA "Grade A Pasteurized Milk Ordinance" with which certain fluid and dry milk and milk products comply.
Good Industry Practices means those practices, methods, and acts engaged in or approved by a significant portion of the solar photovoltaic electric generation with integrated battery energy storage system industry in MISO South with respect to assets and properties of a type and size similar to those constituting the Project during the relevant time period that, in the exercise of reasonable judgment in light of the facts known at the time the decision is made, would have been expected to accomplish a desired result consistent with good business practices, reliability, and safety and in compliance with all Laws and applicable Permits. Good Industry Practices are not limited to the optimum practices, methods, or acts to the exclusion of others, but rather in the range of practices, methods, and acts that meet the requirements of the immediately preceding sentence.
Reliability Standard means a requirement approved by the Commission under Section 215 of the Federal Power Act to provide for reliable operation of the bulk power system. The term includes requirements for the operation of existing bulk power system facilities, including cyber security protection, and the design of planned additions or modifications to such facilities to the extent necessary for reliable operation of the bulk power system; but the term does not include any requirement to enlarge such facilities or to construct new transmission capacity or generation capacity.
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.
National Ambient Air Quality Standards or “NAAQS” means national ambient air quality standards that are promulgated pursuant to Section 109 of the Act, 42 U.S.C. § 7409.
Privacy Standards means the standards of the privacy of individually identifiable health information, as pursuant to HIPAA.
Safety Standards means all laws, union rules and trade or industry custom or codes of any kind whatsoever, in effect from the date of this Agreement through Final Acceptance of the construction work, pertaining to worker safety and accident prevention applicable to the Project and/or the construction work (including, but not limited to, rules, regulations and standards adopted pursuant to the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, as amended from time to time).
Accessibility Standards means the Electronic and Information Resources Accessibility Standards and the Web Site Accessibility Standards/Specifications. “Electronic and Information Resources” means information resources, including information resources technologies, and any equipment or interconnected system of equipment that is used in the creation, conversion, duplication, or delivery of data or information. The term includes, but is not limited to, telephones and other telecommunications products, information kiosks, transaction machines, Internet websites, multimedia resources, and office equipment, including copy machines and fax machines.
Codes and Standards means all the applicable codes and standards as indicated in the Technical Specification.
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.
Best Industry Practice means that degree of skill, care and foresight and operating practice that would reasonably and ordinarily be expected of a skilled and competent supplier of services engaged in the same type of undertaking as that of the Recipient or any contractors (as applicable) under the same or similar circumstances as those contemplated by this Agreement.
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.
UK generally accepted accounting principles and practices means the principles and practices prevailing from time to time in the United Kingdom which are generally regarded as permissible or legitimate by the accountancy profession irrespective of the degree of use.
Web Site Accessibility Standards/Specifications means standards contained in Title 1 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 206.
Ambient air quality standard means an established concentration, exposure time, and frequency of occurrence of air contaminant(s) in the ambient air which shall not be exceeded.
Technical Requirements means the Technical Requirements Section of the Bidding Documents.
Security Standards means the final rule implementing HIPAA’s Security Standards for the Protection of Electronic PHI, as amended.
Standards means: any standards published by BSI British Standards, the National Standards Body of the United Kingdom, the International Organisation for Standardisation or other reputable or equivalent bodies (and their successor bodies) that a skilled and experienced operator in the same type of industry or business sector as the Supplier would reasonably and ordinarily be expected to comply with; any standards detailed in the specification in framework Schedule 1 (Digital Services) or framework Schedule 6 (Standards and Security); any standards detailed by the Customer in this Contract or as agreed between the Parties from time to time; any relevant Government codes of practice and guidance applicable from time to time.