AIDS. The insurer will cover the actual incurred medical expenses, which arise from or are in any way related to Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV) and/or HIV related illnesses, including Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) or AIDS Related Complex (ARC) and/or any mutant derivative or variations thereof as a result of proven occupation Accident* or blood transfusion**. Expenses are limited to pre and post-diagnosis consultations, routine check-ups for this condition, drugs and dressings (except experimental or those unproven), hospital accommodation and nursing fees. * For members of emergency services, medical or dental professions, laboratory assistants, pharmacist or an employee in a medical facility that provides evidence that they contracted the HIV infection accidentally while carrying out normal duties of their occupation; and they contracted the HIV infection three years after the date of entry or start date, whichever is later; and the incident from which they contracted the HIV infection was reported, investigated and documented according to normal procedures for the insured person’s occupation; and a test showing no HIV or antibodies to such a virus was made within five days of the incident; and a positive HIV test occurred within 12 months of the reported occupational accident. **As long as the blood transfusion was received as an in-patient as part of medically necessary treatment. The benefit is only available after three years of continuous membership. The above benefit needs to be pre-authorised. The maximum benefit per period of cover should be mutually agreed between the policyholder and insurer and stipulated in the insurance contract.
AIDS. AIDS is the clinical definition given to the onset of certain life- threatening infections in persons whose immune systems have ceased to function properly as a result of infection with HIV. Epidemiological The study of disease patterns, causes, distribution and mechanisms of control in society. HIV is the acronym for “human immuno deficiency virus”. HIV is a HIV HIV testing virus which attacks and may ultimately destroy the body’s natural immune system. taking a medical test to determine a person’s HIV status. This may include written or verbal questions inquiring about previous HIV tests; questions related to the assessment of ‘risk behaviour’ (for example questions regarding sexual practices, the number of sexual partners or sexual orientation); and any other indirect methods designed to ascertain an employee’s or job applicant’s HIV status. HIV positive having tested positive for HIV infection. Infected employee an employee who has tested positive for HIV or who has been diagnosed as having HIV/AIDS. a process of obtaining consent from a patient which ensures that the Informed consent person fully understands the nature and implications of the test before giving his or her agreement to it.
AIDS. The Employer agrees to take all possible safety precautions to deal with the threat of the AIDS virus, including adequate education of employees concerning the disease and provision of any available precautionary treatments. In addition to the above, the Employer agrees to provide in-service training for all employees working with AIDS patients.
AIDS. Two thousand five hundred ($2500) maximum, per person, every three (3) years. All and customary charges for the services of chiropractors (if and practising within the scope of their not subsidized by The pay one hundred percent of the premiums of the aforementioned
AIDS. The Board agrees to take ail possible safety precautions to deal with the threat of the AIDS virus, including adequate education of employees concerning the disease and provision of any available precautionary treatments. In addition to the above, the Board agrees to provide in-service training for employees working with AIDS Video Display Terminals The Board shall ensure that any new office equipment required for use in conjunction with shall meet the standards recommended by the Workers' Compensation Board. Transportation of Accident Victims ! Transportation to the nearest physician or hospital for employees requiring medical care as a result of an accident shall be at the expense of the Board. The Board ensure that adequate arrangements are made for the employee to to the job site or the employee's residence whichever is the most appropriate to the employee's condition. Transportation will be provided or paid by the Board. Injury Pay Provision i An employee who is injured on the job during hours and is required to leave for treatment or is sent home for such injury shall receive payment for the remainder of scheduled and assigned hours on that day provided the injury results in the employee being approved for a Workers' Compensation Board claim. eligible for sick leave coverage pursuant to Article shall have the option to access such coverage for the day of absence due to injury. Where an employee is subsequently approved for a claim for the same injury, the credits paid for the first day of injury shall be reinstated to the employee. Article CONTRACTING OUT The Board agrees not to contract out any work presently performed by employees covered by Agreement would result in the laying off of such employees. Article CASUAL EMPLOYEES positions occupied by regular and regular part-time employees that a be of calendar in one position or such period if Union. the the foregoing, the Board employees to perform the following work: Vacation relief; Sick leave relief; Education relief; paternity, adoption relief; Compassionate leave relief; Union business relief; Relief pending regular employee appointment; Temporary extraordinarywork load relief not exceeding ninety (90) calendar days; Such other relief as is provided in the Collective Agreement. Casual employees shall be called in to work in the order of their seniority provided that they are registered to work in a job classification applicable to the work required to be done. casual employee shall be entitled t...