On-site inspection definition

On-site inspection means an inspection at a place in the State carried out in accordance with the Treaty;
On-site inspection means an on-site inspection carried out in accordance with the Treaty to clarify whether a nuclear explosion has been carried out in violation of the Treaty and, to the extent possible, to gather any facts which might assist in identifying any possible violator.69

More Definitions of On-site inspection

On-site inspection means an on-site inspection carried out in accordance with the provisions set out in Article IV of the Treaty and Part II of the Protocol to the Treaty.
On-site inspection means an inspection at the business premises of a regulated person
On-site inspection means an inspection carried out by a Host or/and Home Supervisor at the premises of the Payment Institution itself, an agent or branch of the Payment Institution through duly authorised officers and/or examiners;
On-site inspection means an examination taking place at the location of the SIPS operator or at a relevant location related to the activities of a SIPS operator, including at the location of a critical service provider insofar as the contractual arrangements between the SIPS operator and that critical service provider allow for such an inspection, the purpose of which is to provide an in-depth analysis of, amongst other things, business models or governance, different risks and internal control systems;
On-site inspection means the contractor will ensure that an appraiser has physically walked completely around the main structure and verified the physical characteristics of the improvement.