Suitability definition

Suitability means suitable office, post or position or suitable employment as defined by section 94(6) of the Public Sector Management Act 1994 as read with regulation 7 of the Public Sector Management (Redeployment and Redundancy) Regulations 2014.
Suitability means the degree to which the existing characteristics and limitations of land and water are compatible with a proposed use or development.

Examples of Suitability in a sentence

  • Suitability to the market: IMGA's remuneration practices fit into an activity sector whose remuneration model gives a significant weight to the variable remuneration component.

  • The Authority will evaluate all Proposals based on best overall value and shall consider among other things: Evaluation CriteriaBackground and ExperienceCustomer Service Standards and Quality ControlFinancial CapabilityFinancial Commitment and Capital InvestmentFinancial OfferFleet Quality and Suitability Marketing ProgramOperational ProposalSafety The Proposal with the highest financial offer or scores will not necessarily be accepted.

  • Suitability of ground-based SfM–MVS for monitoring glacial and periglacial processes.

  • Please review the Professional Suitability Policy of the School of Social Work, Lakehead University, available in Appendix M of this Student Guide.

  • Box 6.2The Suitability of the OFTO Regime as a Comparator We also considered the suitability of the cost of capital allowed under the Offshore Transmission Owners (OFTO) arrangement.

More Definitions of Suitability

Suitability means that the person in question has the expertise (fit) and professional integrity (proper), as specified in the NBB Circular of 17 June 2013 on the ‘expertise’ and ‘professional integrity’ required of executive committee members, directors, heads of independent control functions and effective senior managers of financial institutions.
Suitability or "suitable" means, in relation to a person,
Suitability. Means shall be provided to limit the effects of tilt, loading and rate of operation such that maximum permissible errors are not exceeded in normal operation.Adequate material handling facilities and adequate zero setting capability shall be provided to enable the instrument to respect the maximum permissible errors during normal operation.The operator control interface shall be clear and effective. The integrity of the display (where present) shall be verifiable by the operator. Any result outside the measurement range shall be identified as such, where a printout is possible.
Suitability or "suitable" means, in relation to a person, the ability to be licensed by the commission and, in relation to acts or practices, lawful acts or practices.
Suitability means being substantially equivalent to the previous employment of each particular employee. The whole of the job must be considered; no one single factor is decisive. Factors in the previous role which may be taken into account include skill/task, net pay, hours of work, place of work, time and cost of travelling, working conditions, effect on employee’s health, fringe benefits, status, and whether the work is temporary.
Suitability as used in 'a.' above shall mean, but not be limited to, the following: performance, attendance, promptness, ability, competency, fitness, and other skills, which are necessary for an employee to fulfill the requirements for which he or she is employed.