Minor violation definition

Minor violation means a violation that is not the result of the purposeful, reckless or criminally negligent conduct of the alleged violator; and/or the activity or condition constituting the violation has not been the subject of an enforcement action by any authorized local, county or state enforcement agency against the violator within the immediately preceding 12 months for the same or substantially similar violation.
Minor violation means the failure of a person to comply with a requirement or condition of an applicable law, regulation, permit, information request, order, variance, or other requirement, whether procedural or substantive, of the unified program that the UPA is authorized to implement or enforce pursuant to this chapter, and that does not otherwise include any of the following:
Minor violation means the failure of a person to comply

Examples of Minor violation in a sentence

  • Violations that undermine enforcement of any state law, are likely to cause public or environmental harm, or are a repeat of a Minor violation that occurred within a two-year period and resulted in an administrative civil penalty.

  • Table 1.4 shows that prison labor could account for up to 18 percent of total employment in some civilian sectors, such as heavy industry construction.Table 1.5 divides the 1950 Gulag labor-staffing plan into con- struction, industry, and contract employment.

  • Minor violation of regulation resulting in warning without a fine.

  • Minor violation will be handled through informal or in-school disciplinary measures.

  • Violations that undermine enforcement, are likely to cause public or environmental harm, or are a repeat of a Minor violation that occurred within a two-year period and resulted in an administrative civil penalty.


More Definitions of Minor violation

Minor violation means one which can result in any disciplinary action other than suspension or expulsion from the College or denial of degree.
Minor violation means any of the following:
Minor violation means a rule violation that does not cause serious harm to the public, is committed by a small business, and the violation is not willful, the violation is not likely to be repeated, there is a history of compliance by the violator, or the small business has voluntarily disclosed the violation.
Minor violation means nuisance violations, as defined in state law and by Utah State Courts, to include:
Minor violation means a violation that does not constitute a major violation.
Minor violation means a violation of the Code for which the possible sanctions are less than suspension or expulsion.
Minor violation means a de minimus violation where an employer has implemented a measure different from one specified in an adopted standard, that has no direct or immediate relationship to safety or health.