Escalation Process definition

Escalation Process means the initial stages of the process for dealing with Disputes without the intervention of third parties as set out in Condition 54.1.
Escalation Process has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2(b).
Escalation Process has the meaning given that term in Section 23.1(c).

Examples of Escalation Process in a sentence

  • Internal Complaints Review and Escalation Process means the system and procedures established and maintained by the FSP in accordance with the General Code of Conduct for the resolution of reportable complaints lodged against the FSP by complainants.

  • The Customer Escalation Process shall include the Customer process for escalating issues within the Contractor’s organization.

  • The Contractor shall keep the Customer Escalation Process for Customer’s information current throughout the Contract Term.

  • Conflict Resolution and Escalation Process Associates should immediately report any issues they believe are a potential or actual breach of this Policy to their relevant business unit management and to the Relevant CCO.

  • The CALNET CMO Escalation Process shall include the detailed process for escalating issues within the Contractor’s organization.


More Definitions of Escalation Process

Escalation Process means the procedure followed by each of the Parties in the event of a Service Failure as set out in this Appendix 6;
Escalation Process means the procedure followed by each of the Parties in the event of a Service Failure as set out in this Appendix 2 (Service Level Schedule);
Escalation Process is defined in Section 11.11.
Escalation Process has the meaning set forth in Section 6.2.
Escalation Process means the communication process and contact matrix used in the case of an Escalation. The Escalation Process description shall be part of the Support Process Description.
Escalation Process means the process more particularly described in Section 6.06 (a) according to which the Shareholders shall endeavour to resolve a Deadlocked Matter.