- a large strong net to catch circus acrobats who fall or jump from a trapeze
- a guarantee of professional or financial security
- ‘Safety net’ classification
- Government financial participation in income insurance and income safety-net programmes
- Rather, they serve as a ‘safety net’ below which, prices in the EU-10 should not fall.
- Raising employment levels is the most effective means of generating economic growth and promoting socially inclusive economies whilst ensuring a safety net for those unable to work.
- Further develop social protection, notably by consolidating the reform of the social security and pension system with a view to financial sustainability, while strengthening the social safety net.
- Finally, a safety net is applied to ensure that no EC Member State loses more than 50 % of the coverage of its population under the 1998 guidelines.
- safety net measures aiming at maintaining or improving the agricultural productive capacity, and at addressing the basic food needs of the most vulnerable populations, including children;
- Where a producer receives in the same year payments pursuant to this point and pursuant to point 7 (income insurance and income safety-net programmes), the total of such payments shall be less than 100 % of the producer’s total loss.
- It is necessary to ensure that termination payments, so-called ‘golden parachutes’, are not a reward for failure and that the primary purpose of termination payments as a safety net in case of early termination of the contract is respected.
- The system of aid for private storage contracts is deemed to be an efficient instrument to regulate the supply of olive oil, acting as a safety net mechanism when there is serious disturbance of the market.
- The amount of EUR […] is the discounted sum of the operating and investment costs for safety and security measures which the airport plans to undertake for the southern runway. Annex 1 also lists the net present values of the safety and security and security costs for the other business scenarios.
- The system also introduces a ‘safety net’ classification (referred to as Chronic Category 4) for use when the data available do not allow classification under the formal criteria but there are nevertheless some grounds for concern (see example in table 4.1.0).
- Since intervention for cereals should be a safety net rather than an element which influences price formation, the differences in harvesting periods across Member States, which effectively start the marketing years, are no longer relevant since the system will no longer provide for prices reflecting intervention levels plus monthly increments.
- In respect of cereals intervention, the system should be adjusted to ensure competitiveness and market orientation for the sector, while keeping the role of intervention as a safety net in the event of market disruptions and facilitating farmers' response to market conditions.
- It is necessary to ensure that termination payments, so-called ‘golden parachutes’, are not a reward for failure and that the primary purpose of termination payments as a safety net in case of early termination of the contract is respected. To that purpose, termination payments should be limited to a certain amount or duration beforehand, which, in general, should not be more than two years’ annual remuneration (on the basis of only the non-variable component of the annual remuneration) and not be paid if the termination is due to inadequate performance or if a director leaves on his own account.