Sudden means when the Contractor has less than 30 days’ prior notice of a circumstance beyond its control that will require the replacement of any key personnel working under the Contract.
Examples of Sudden in a sentence
Sudden and Accidental Pollution Liability (minimum 120 hours): To protect the Contractor for liabilities arising from damages caused by accidental pollution incidents.
Sudden cessation of alcohol intake is likely to produce withdrawal symptoms, including severe anxiety, tremors, hallucinations, and convulsions.
I acknowledge that the information on Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Heat-Related Illness have been read and understood.
Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is when the heart stops beating, suddenly and unexpectedly.
Sudden changes in speed or direction during a test run will disqualify that test, and a new test must be performed.
More Definitions of Sudden
Sudden means “abrupt” and does not apply to gradual releases of pollutants no matter how unexpected. The court refused to analyze drafting and regulatory history of the pollution exclusion.
Sudden means temporarily brief and unexpected; no tort claim indemnity for drinking water contamination arising from repeated releases of TCE.
Sudden means: “the injury occurred immediately after the accident, with no time lag (so that injuries deemed to be chronic, recurrent or continuous would not be included). “By chance” means: neither the accident nor the injury due to accident could have been foreseen by the insured. “Extrinsic” means: the accident and the cause of the accident were acts external to the insured (so that causes originating internally to the insured would not be included).
Sudden means when the Contractor has less than 30 days’ prior notice of a circumstance beyond its control that will require the replacement of any key personnel working under the Contract. C. Key Staff General Substitution Provisions The following provisions apply to all of the circumstances of staff substitution described in section D of this section. The Contractor shall demonstrate to the Contract Monitor’s satisfaction that the proposed substitute personnel have qualifications at least equal to those of the personnel for whom the replacement is requested. The Contractor shall provide the Contract Monitor with a substitution request that shall include:A detailed explanation of the reason(s) for the substitution requestThe resume of the proposed substitute personnel, signed by the substituting individual and his/her formal supervisor The official resume of the current employee for comparison purposesAny required credentials The Contract Monitor may request additional information concerning the proposed substitution. In addition, the Contract Monitor, and/or other appropriate State personnel involved with the Contract may interview the proposed substitute personnel prior to deciding whether to approve the substitution request. The Contract Monitor will notify the Contractor in writing of: (i) the acceptance or denial, or (ii) contingent or temporary approval for a specified time limit, of the requested substitution. The Contract Monitor will not unreasonably withhold approval of a requested key personnel replacement. D. Replacement Circumstances