Foreseeable definition

Foreseeable means situations where the employees know that they will use paid sick leave for an authorized purpose at least 10 days before the use arises. Examples include scheduled medical appointments and pre-planned surgeries.
Foreseeable means an employee is aware of the need to use earned sick leave seven or more days before such use.
Foreseeable proposed Legislation which

Examples of Foreseeable in a sentence

  • The Employee ordinarily must provide 30 days advance notice when the leave is "Foreseeable".

  • Reasonably Foreseeable Future A Comprehensive ACL Amendment will be under development during 2010 to implement ACLs, Annual Catch Targets (ACTs) and Accountability Measures (AMs) for all species managed by the South Atlantic Council.

  • Analyse the risks (including the Maximum Foreseeable Consequences of those risks).

  • List of Preparers 147List of Agencies, Organizations, Individuals Notified 148Summary of Public Involvement 154Glossary 157References 175Appendix A – Special Status Species List 187Appendix B – Birds of Conservation Concern 191Appendix C – Past, Present, and Reasonably Foreseeable Future Actions 193Appendix D - Maps 195 List of TablesTable 1.

  • Pollutants of Concern and Reasonably Foreseeable Treatment/Management Measures by Discharge Type ...................................................................................................................................................................................F-34ATTACHMENT F – FACT SHEET As described in section III.B of this General Order, the Regional Water Board incorporates this Fact Sheet as findings of the Regional Water Board supporting the issuance of this General Order.

More Definitions of Foreseeable

Foreseeable means that the losses could have been reasonably contemplated by you and Us at the time of entering into these Terms. We are not responsible for: (i) losses not caused by our breach; (ii) indirect losses which means loss to you which is a side effect of the main loss or damage and where you and We could not have reasonably anticipated that type of loss arising at the time of entering into the Invstr Terms; (iv) any loss arising as a result of the accuracy, timeliness, completeness or usefulness of any Information; or (v) failure to provide the Services or to meet any of our obligations under the Invstr Terms where such failure is due to events beyond our control (for example a network failure). You have certain rights under the law. These include that We will provide the Services with reasonable care and skill. Nothing in the Invstr Terms (including in this section) is intended to or will affect your statutory rights. Save as expressly set out in this Agreement, all conditions, representations, warranties, undertakings or other terms whether express or implied, statutory or otherwise are excluded from this Agreement to the fullest extent permitted by law.
Foreseeable means a medical condition that could be reasonably anticipated.
Foreseeable means that which is likely or possible.
Foreseeable means a period used for assessing the total probability of an event occurring. Permanent structures and ecological sustainability should be expected to still exist at the end of a 150 year foreseeable future with an acceptably low probability of failure before that time.
Foreseeable means identified in City plans, studies, or included in the budgeting process and includes infrastructure and other works identified in an official plan, secondary plan, master plan, master servicing study, watershed plan or study, or similar document, or items specifically identified in the development charges background study.
Foreseeable a Law that is published:
Foreseeable means a Change in Law which was foreseeable at the date of this Contract by an experienced contractor performing works similar to the Works, on the basis of draft bills published in Government green or white papers or other Government departmental consultation papers, bills, guidance, draft statutory instruments or draft instruments or proposals published in the Official Journal of the European Communities, in each case published prior to the date of this Contract and the effect of which is substantially the same as published.