Speaker | Artist | Performance waiver information
The Speaker | Artist | Performer Agreement is intended for short-term engagements.
The Speaker | Artists Performance Agreement template can be found on the Office of General Counsel’s website.
ASU signature is in accordance with the departmental hierarchy shown in PUR 202 ASU Contract Signature Authority.
日本一本道a不卡免费ASU’s insurance doesn’t cover speakers, artists or performers on ASU campus. The insurance protects the speaker, artist or performer in the event something goes wrong and a claim is filed against them. Without insurance, the speaker, artist, or performer would be responsible for defending themselves and paying the claim.
日本一本道a不卡免费The insurance requirements can be waived in some instances, e.g. the speaker, artist or performer isn’t using any props that pose a significant risk to the audience. However, when a speaker is represented by an agency, ASU typically will not waive the insurance requirements.
日本一本道a不卡免费The department can complete the Speaker, Artist, Performer Request for .
日本一本道a不卡免费Departmental information, a scope of work that is detailed enough for REM to understand exactly what the individual will be doing and what types of props they will be using, and the date and place of the engagement.
The approved Speaker | Artist | Performer Request for Waiver of Insurance Requirements should be kept with your copy of the executed agreement.
The department that requested the waiver may be held financially liable.
Departments are unable to modify the agreement so Section 11 will need to be manually crossed out and initialed by both parties when they sign.