Addictions Sample Clauses

Addictions. The Employer recognizes that alcohol and drug dependencies are illnesses. In the event a performance issue arises and an Employee identifies to her Employer that she is suffering from an alcohol and/or drug dependency, such Employee shall be afforded the opportunity to seek treatment. The Employee shall have access to sick leave, and where requested, shall provide confirmation of participation in an appropriate treatment plan.
Addictions. 51:01 The parties recognize that addictions may occur and that such addictions have the potential to adversely affect an employee’s work performance. Subject to the Vice President, Human Resources or designate’s approval, an employee will be granted sick leave (paid only if accrued sick leave is available) to pursue treatment that involves time away from work for participation in residential, in-patient or out-patient services. Any employee granted sick leave for this purpose, must provide the Employer with documentation from Addictions Foundation of Manitoba and/or other approved treatment resources outlining the estimated time off needed to attend the necessary program for treatment.
Addictions. 25:01 The Employer and the Union recognize that alcoholism, drug addiction and gambling are illnesses. Any employee whose work performance is adversely affected by what is considered or recognized by the Employer and/or the employee as being an alcohol, drug or gambling problem, shall receive assistance from the Employer in the form of an informal referral to the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba for medical therapy and treatment.
Addictions. Your health and safety is imperative. If you have addiction problems and cannot control your alcohol or illegal or legal drug consumption (including prescription drugs) it is imperative for your and others health and safety that you seek professional assistance. Management will always strive to help you get the help you need. If you know of or suspect an employee struggles with substance issues please speak with your manager right away. All discussions will be held in confidence. DRUGS & ALCOHOL Excessive use of and/or excessive consumption of alcohol or legal and prescription drugs is not permitted. Any use of illegal drugs is not permitted. Consumption of this kind creates an unbalanced, unsafe and erratic environment that stands in direct opposition to the goals and greater mission outlined above. Excessive use or consumption of alcohol or legal or prescription drugs will result in immediate eviction and termination of employment. In simple English, if you are uncontrollably drunk or high on drugs (of any kind), you will be subject to immediate eviction and termination. If your consumption of the above substances continually creates problems in living quarters or at work, you will be subject to immediate eviction. Absolutely no open alcohol, ingestion of alcohol or any drugs is permitted in any Company Vehicle at any time. This is against the law and will result in immediate eviction. The use and/or possession of illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia within the residence and/or on Sunwapta property will result in immediate eviction and termination. All occupants in a unit will be responsible, unless an individual or individuals take full responsibility. It may be necessary for management to report incidents to the RCMP. If you feel uncomfortable about your current living assignment due to activities of your roommates or fellow staff members and tenants, please contact your manager and/or senior management immediately. The goal is always to find solutions and to ensure a safe, healthy, positive, respectful living arrangement. THEFT Anyone caught stealing any Sunwapta property, including supplies such as linens, towels, hotel amenities, mattresses, restaurant food, and/or anyone stealing from other residents or guests will be immediately evicted. All theft is reported to the RCMP. SMOKING / VAPING / ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES (INCLUDING CANNABIS) Sunwapta is in a very delicate environmental area. While guests have permitted areas for smoking, Sunwapta employees ...
Addictions. The programs that use the Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy have accomplished the reduction of relapses in people with addictive behavior.

Related to Addictions

  • Alcohol The intoxicating agent in beverage alcohol, ethyl alcohol or other low molecular weight alcohols including methyl and isopropyl alcohol.

  • Drugs Within the framework of their respective powers and competencies the Parties shall cooperate in increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of policies and measures to counter the illicit production, supply and traffic of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, including the prevention of diversion of precursor chemicals, as well as in promoting drug demand prevention and reduction. The cooperation in this area shall be based on mutual consultation and close coordination between the Parties over the objectives and measures on the various drug-related fields.

  • Alcohol and Drug-Free Workplace City reserves the right to deny access to, or require Contractor to remove from, City facilities personnel of any Contractor or subcontractor who City has reasonable grounds to believe has engaged in alcohol abuse or illegal drug activity which in any way impairs City’s ability to maintain safe work facilities or to protect the health and well-being of City employees and the general public. City shall have the right of final approval for the entry or re-entry of any such person previously denied access to, or removed from, City facilities. Illegal drug activity means possessing, furnishing, selling, offering, purchasing, using or being under the influence of illegal drugs or other controlled substances for which the individual lacks a valid prescription. Alcohol abuse means possessing, furnishing, selling, offering, or using alcoholic beverages, or being under the influence of alcohol. Contractor agrees in the performance of this Agreement to maintain a drug-free workplace by notifying employees that unlawful drug use is prohibited and specifying what actions will be taken against employees for violations; establishing an on-going drug-free awareness program that includes employee notification and, as appropriate, rehabilitation. Contractor can comply with this requirement by implementing a drug-free workplace program that complies with the Federal Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 (41 U.S.C. § 701) [or California Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1990 Cal. Gov. Code, § 8350 et seq., if state funds involved].

  • Alcohol and Drugs Service Provider agrees that the presence of alcohol and drugs are prohibited on the Work Site and while performing their Services. If the Service Provider or any of their agents, employees, or subcontractors are determined to be present or with alcohol or drugs in their possession, this Agreement shall terminate immediately.

  • Firearms The Resident agrees to comply with University policy which states that firearms are not allowed on University property, and acknowledges that California Penal Code section 626.9 prohibits the possession of firearms on University of California property.

  • Alcohol and Drug Testing Employee agrees to comply with and submit to any Company program or policy for testing for alcohol abuse or use of drugs and, in the absence of such a program or policy, to submit to such testing as may be required by Company and administered in accordance with applicable law and regulations.

  • Anti-Money Laundering and Red Flag Identity Theft Prevention Programs The Trust acknowledges that it has had an opportunity to review, consider and comment upon the written procedures provided by USBFS describing various tools used by USBFS which are designed to promote the detection and reporting of potential money laundering activity and identity theft by monitoring certain aspects of shareholder activity as well as written procedures for verifying a customer’s identity (collectively, the “Procedures”). Further, the Trust and USBFS have each determined that the Procedures, as part of the Trust’s overall Anti-Money Laundering Program and Red Flag Identity Theft Prevention Program, are reasonably designed to: (i) prevent each Fund from being used for money laundering or the financing of terrorist activities; (ii) prevent identity theft; and (iii) achieve compliance with the applicable provisions of the Bank Secrecy Act, Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 and the USA Patriot Act of 2001 and the implementing regulations thereunder. Based on this determination, the Trust hereby instructs and directs USBFS to implement the Procedures on the Trust’s behalf, as such may be amended or revised from time to time. It is contemplated that these Procedures will be amended from time to time by the parties as additional regulations are adopted and/or regulatory guidance is provided relating to the Trust’s anti-money laundering and identity theft responsibilities. USBFS agrees to provide to the Trust:

  • Drugs and Alcohol 42. (a) Owners warrant that they have in force an active policy covering the vessels which meets or exceeds the standards set out in the “Guidelines for the Control of Drugs and Alcohol On Board Ship” as published by the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) dated January 1990 (or any subsequent modification, version, or variation of these guidelines) and that this policy will remain in force throughout the charter period, and Owners will exercise due diligence to ensure the policy is complied with.

  • Anti-Piracy In order to prevent theft, piracy, unauthorized retransmissions, redistribution or exhibition, copying or duplication of any Channel, in whole or in part, (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Piracy”), the IPTV Operator shall, prior to the commencement of the Term of the agreement and at all times during such Term, employ, maintain, and enforce fully effective conditional access system delivery and content protection and security systems, and related physical security and operational procedures (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “Security Systems”) as may be specified (security specifications), in a non-discriminatory manner in writing, from time to time, by ZEEL. The IPTV Operator shall comply with the Anti-Piracy Requirements set out in Clause VI and VII in ANNEXURE XII and also provide full and complete information for conducting Technical Audit by the auditors, empaneled by the Authority for conducting such audit, by furnishing details outlined in Clause I, II, III, IV and V of ANNEXURE XII attached herewith. The IPTV Operator shall deploy finger printing mechanisms to detect any piracy, violation of copyright and unauthorized viewing of the Channels, distributed / transmitted through its Platform at least every 10 minutes on 24 x 7 x 365(6) basis. The IPTV Operator shall not authorize, cause or suffer any portion of any of the Zee Group Channels to be recorded, duplicated, cablecast, exhibited or otherwise used for any purpose other than for distribution by the IPTV Operator at the time these Channels are made available. If the IPTV Operator becomes aware that any unauthorized third party is recording, duplicating, cablecasting, exhibiting or otherwise using any or all of the Zee Group Channels for any other purpose, the IPTV Operator shall within ten minutes of so becoming aware of such recording, duplicating, cablecasting, exhibiting or otherwise using any or all of the Zee Group Channels for any other purpose, notify ZEEL and the IPTV Operator shall also switch off the concerned Set Top Box to prevent such unauthorized use. However, use of a Set Top Box with Personal Video Recorder/ Digital Video Recorder facility which has been supplied by the IPTV Operator shall not be treated as unauthorized use, as long as such Set Top Box is used in accordance with the terms and conditions of the subscription agreement between the IPTV Operator and the subscriber. The IPTV Operator shall comply with the specifications for Set Top Box, Conditional Access System and Subscriber Management System as set out in ANNEXURE X attached herewith. If so instructed by Information (as defined below) by ZEEL, the IPTV Operator shall shut off or de-authorize the transmission to any unauthorized subscriber/ subscriber indulging in piracy, within ten minutes from the time it receives such instruction from ZEEL. Any communication under this Clause shall be considered as valid Information only if (i) the information is sent through e-mail in a format as mutually agreed by the parties and (ii) the information is sent by a person(s) who is designated to send such information. However, the “information” may even be provided by ZEEL representatives through other means of communications such as telephonic message, fax etc. and the said “information” shall later be confirmed by ZEEL through e-mail and the IPTV Operator shall be under obligation to act upon such information.

  • SUBSTANCE ABUSE 22.01 Substance abuse is recognized to be a serious medical and social problem that can affect employees. The Company and the Union have a strong interest in encouraging early treatment and assisting employees towards full rehabilitation. Alcoholism and drug dependence are recognized by medical and public health authorities, the Company, and the CAW as diseases. The effects of the dependency are felt not only in the workplace, but also in the employee’s personal life. The focus of the Substance Abuse Program is proactive as well as reactive. It will provide appropriate education and prevention programs, as well as identification, intervention, motivation and support during the rehabilitation phase of treatment and concerned follow-up. The Company will provide all normal group insurance benefits for up to twenty-six (26) weeks to such employees while under a medically prescribed course of treatment in accordance with the employee’s benefit plan in a residential setting, provided they qualify for such benefits The Company will continue to provide a comprehensive approach towards dealing with substance abuse and its related problems. Company assistance will include referral of such employees to appropriate counseling services or treatment and rehabilitation facilities, and proactive approaches by the Union and the Company to deal with substance abuse. The Company shall recognize a Substance Abuse Representative appointed by the Union. The Company will provide time off with pay for a Substance Abuse Representative to transport individuals to assessment and treatment centers where required and approved by the Company.