Major Event definition

Major Event means an event which is likely to pose a serious risk to public health in relation to medicinal products in more than one Member States. Such an event concerns a deadly threat or otherwise serious threat to health of biological, chemical, environmental or other origin or incident that can affect the supply or quality, safety, and efficacy of medicinal products. Such an event may lead to shortages of medicinal products in more than one Member State and necessitates urgent coordination at Union level in order to ensure a high level of human health protection.
Major Event means an event consistent with the I.E.E.E.1366, Guide For Electric Power Distribution Reliability Indices standard as approved and as may change over time. For purposes of this regulation, changes shall be considered to be in effect beginning January 1 of the first calendar year after the changed standard is adopted by the I.E.E.E. Major event interruptions shall be excluded from the EDC’s SAIFI, CAIDI and Forced Outage Rate calculations for comparison to reliability benchmarks. Interruption data for major events shall be collected, and reported according to the reporting requirements outlined in Section 11.
Major Event means a catastrophic event that exceeds the design limits of the electric power system, such as an extreme storm, tornado or earthquake. These events shall include situations where there is a loss of service to 10% or more of the customers in a region, and where full restoration of all affected customers requires more than 24 hours from the beginning of the event.

Examples of Major Event in a sentence

Rather, they are simply substances which are more likely to have been consumed or used by an Athlete for a purpose other than the enhancement of sport performance.] 20 [Comment to Article 4.4.3.2: Article 4.4.4.1 of the Code requires a Major Event Organization to ensure a process is available for an Athlete to apply for a TUE if he or she does not already have one.

If that TUE meets the criteria set out in the International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions, then the International Federation or Major Event Organization must recognize it.

If an International Federation or Major Event Organization delegates or contracts any part of Testing to EGY-NADO directly or through a National Federation, EGY-NADO may collect additional Samples or direct the laboratory to perform additional types of analysis at EGY- NADO’s expense.

In accordance with the requirements of the International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions, EGY-NADO will help Athletes determine when they need to submit TUEs granted by EGY-NADO to an International Federation or Major Event Organization for recognition and will guide and support those Athletes through the recognition process.

If the International Federation or Major Event Organization considers that the TUE granted by EGY-NADO does not meet those criteria and so refuses to recognize it, the International Federation shall promptly notify the Athlete and EGY-NADO with reasons.


More Definitions of Major Event

Major Event means a catastrophic event that exceeds the design limits of the electric power system, such as an extreme storm, tornado or earthquake, wherein there is a significant loss of service.
Major Event means a major event as designated by the Executive in accordance with the Rules and Regulations and includes a major optional event.
Major Event means any of the following:
Major Event means a substantial change in circumstances that has the potential to significantly impact upon:
Major Event means an event of national or international significance that is planned in advance, within Canada, that requires additional police resources, if the overall responsibility for security for that event rests with Canada;
Major Event means a catastrophic event that: