Uniform definition

Uniform means outer garments, including appropriate work footwear, which are required to be worn exclusively while carrying out the duties and responsibilities of the position and which are different from the design or fashion of the general population. This definition includes items that serve to identify the person, agency, functions performed, position, or time in service. Unit 13 employees shall be responsible for the purchase of required uniforms as a condition of employment. Unit 13 employees shall wear their required uniforms only in an official capacity.
Uniform means a manner of dress which is of a particular style and distinctive appearance as distinguished from ordinary clothing customarily used and worn by the general public and which clearly identifies the person as an employee of a licensed agency.

Examples of Uniform in a sentence

  • Whenever a term defined by the Uniform Commercial Code, as enacted by the State of Texas, is used in the Contract, the UCC definition shall control, unless otherwise defined in the Contract.

  • The Contract is made under and shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas, including, when applicable, the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted in Texas, V.T.C.A., Bus.

  • The information in this Schedule is presented in accordance with the requirements of Title 2 U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance).

  • All administrative expenses must be reasonable and necessary and conform to Cost Principles described in 2 CFR part 200 subpart E of the Uniform Guidance.

  • A New York State Uniform Contracting Questionnaire (CCA-2) is the primary tool used to perform this review.

More Definitions of Uniform

Uniform means that the variations in essential and distinctive characteristics are describable.
Uniform refers to any uniform apparel bearing the United brand or insignia, or which can be in any way identified with United Airlines or United Express. Because the actions and appearance of employees influence, to a considerable extent, the public's opinion of the United brand, uniformed employees must be mindful of this and conduct themselves accordingly. For complete information on the uniform and accessory items, review the Customer Service Uniform Appearance Guidelines.
Uniform means the uniform to be worn by those Employees of the Service provider required to fulfil their duties in view of members of the public, as prescribed in the Operational Specifications Schedule and includes the name tag issued to each Employee by Service provider;
Uniform means a manner of dress of a particular style and distinctive appearance as distinguished from ordinary clothing customarily used and worn by the general public. 84 Acts, ch 1235, § 1; 98 Acts, ch 1149, § 1 80A.2 Persons exempt. This chapter does not apply to the following: 1. An officer or employee of the United States, of a state, or a political subdivision of the United States or of a state while the officer or employee is engaged in the performance of official duties. 2. A peace officer engaged in the private security business or the private investigation business with the knowledge and consent of the chief executive officer of the peace officer's law enforcement agency. 3. A person employed full or part-time by one employer in connection with the affairs of the employer. 4. An attorney licensed to practice in Iowa, while performing duties as an attorney. 5. A person engaged exclusively in the business of obtaining and furnishing information regarding the financial rating or standing and credit of persons. 6. A person exclusively employed in making investigations and adjustments for insurance companies. 7. A person who is the legal owner of personal property which has been sold under a security agreement or a conditional sales agreement, or a secured party under the terms of a security interest while the person is performing acts relating to the repossession of the property. 8. A person engaged in the process of verifying the credentials of physicians and allied health professionals applying for hospital staff privileges. 9. A person engaged in the business of transporting prisoners under a contract with the Iowa department of corrections or a county sheriff, a similar agency from another state, or the federal government. 84 Acts, ch 1135, § 1; 84 Acts, ch 1235, § 2; 92 Acts, ch 1183, § 1; 98 Acts, ch 1131, § 1 80A.3 License required. 1. A person shall not operate a bail enforcement business, private investigation business, or private security business, or otherwise employ persons in the operation of such a business located within this state unless the person is licensed by the commissioner in accordance with this chapter. 2. A license issued under this chapter expires two years from the date issued. 84 Acts, ch 1235, § 3; 98 Acts, ch 1149, § 280A.3A Notification of and registration with local law enforcement. 1. A bail enforcement agent employed by a licensee shall not take or attempt to take into custody the principal on a bail bond without notifying...
Uniform means a frock coat for court work as provided.
Uniform means a jersey or shirt, shorts, thermal undershorts, stockings, shinguards, footwear, warmup jacket, pants, or suit, and other similar items of wear.
Uniform means any article or articles of wearing apparel, being distinctive in design and colour, but without a heraldic representation as part thereof, intended to be used by members of an association or institution which is not of a political or religious character.