Alcohol Abuse Sample Clauses

Alcohol Abuse. To the extent that the Contractor, any subcontractor at any tier, or their employees, perform a safety sensitive function under the Project, the Contractor agrees to comply with, and assures the compliance of each affected subcontractor at any tier, and their employees with FTA regulations, “Prevention of Alcohol Misuse and Prohibited Drug Use in Transit Operations,” 49 CFR Part 655.
Alcohol Abuse. Abuse of or addiction to alcohol. Alcohol Abuse does not include abuse of or addiction to drugs. Please see the definition of Substance Abuse. [ALLOWED CHARGE. An amount that is not more than the [lesser of: • the] allowance for the service or supply as determined by Us based on a standard approved by the Board[; or [• the negotiated fee schedule.] The Board will decide a standard for what is considered an Allowed Charge under this Contract. For charges that are not determined by a negotiated fee schedule, the [Member] may be billed for the difference between the Allowed Charge and the charge billed by the Provider. Please note: The Coordination of Benefits and Services provision includes a distinct definition of Allowed Charge.] AMBULANCE. A certified transportation vehicle for transporting Ill or Injured people that contains all life-saving equipment and staff as required by applicable state and local law. AMBULATORY SURGICAL CENTER. A Facility mainly engaged in performing Outpatient Surgery. It must: be staffed by Practitioners and Nurses, under the supervision of a Practitioner; have operating and recovery rooms; be staffed and equipped to give emergency care; and have written back-up arrangements with a local Hospital for emergency care. It must carry out its stated purpose under all relevant state and local laws and be either: accredited for its stated purpose by either the Joint Commission or the Accreditation Association for ambulatory care; or approved for its stated purpose by Medicare. A Facility is not an Ambulatory Surgical Center, for the purpose of this Contract, if it is part of a Hospital.
Alcohol Abuse. Alcohol abuse by the Tenant, any member of the household, a guest or another person under their control is grounds for termination of the Lease if the PHA determines such alcohol abuse interferes with the health, safety or right to peaceful enjoyment of the PHA’s public housing premises by other Tenants;
Alcohol Abuse. ‌ An employee using, selling, possessing, transferring alcohol and/or who reports for work, engaged in County business, on County premises who is either under the influence of alcohol (or otherwise impaired) by alcohol or other drug(s) will not be admitted to the work place or be allowed to engage in County work and will be in violation of this Policy. If possible and appropriate under the circumstances, the employee's supervisor (or designee) shall first seek another supervisor's opinion to confirm the reasonable suspicion which forms the basis of the employee's impairment. The supervisor should consult privately with the employee to determine the cause of impairment, including whether alcohol or substance abuse has occurred. If, in the opinion of the supervisor, the employee is considered to be or if the Employer has reasonable suspicion that the employee may be impaired, the employee should be directed away from the County work site and the supervisor or responsible County employee shall arrange for safe transportation, depending on the circumstances and the extent of the observed impairment. The supervisor or responsible employee should take reasonable steps to prevent the impaired employee from driving a motor vehicle. An employee who is under the influence of alcoholic beverages at any time while on County business or on County property shall be guilty of misconduct in violation of this Policy and is subject to discipline, including discharge or suspension without pay from employment, even for the first offense.
Alcohol Abuse. All persons found to be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol should be asked to leave the premises and if necessary escorted off the site by the most senior person available. It is important that no one places themselves at risk when dealing with disruptive or threatening behaviour relating from drug or alcohol abuse: in all such cases the police should be summoned. In serious cases (i.e. unconscious casualty) the ambulance service must be called. During the interim period the casualty should be treated by a qualified first aider. LOST PERSON It is not the responsibility of teachers or any members of the school staff In the event of a child (4 -16 years) being lost the following procedure should be followed:  The person who has responsibility for the club must make contact with the parent of the child  The person responsible must alert the caretaker.  The person responsible can calmly seek the assistance of other parents.  If the child is not found after 10 minutes, and the adults who were asked to help have returned to inform you that the child cannot be found, the police need to be informed.
Alcohol Abuse. Section 27 and 28 of the General Order Manual of the City's Bureau of Police Rules of Conduct, (attached hereto as Appendix C), are hereby incorporated by reference into and are subject to the provisions of the collective bargaining agreement, including but not limited to Section 33, Drug Testing, except that the random drug testing requirements of this provision are not applicable.
Alcohol Abuse. Employees of the City are prohibited from using or possessing alcohol while on duty; while on City premises; while driving a City vehicle, operating a piece of City equipment, or being transported in City vehicles at any time; reporting to work under the influence of alcohol; or, from otherwise using alcohol in a manner at any time which adversely affects the business interests of the City.
Alcohol Abuse. Tenant shall not engage in and shall insure that no other Household Member, guest, or other person under Xxxxxx's control engages in abuse or a pattern of abuse of alcohol that affects the health, safety, or right to peaceful enjoyment of the premises of any BHA resident, guest or neighbor.
Alcohol Abuse. Tenant will refrain from having or establishing a record/pattern of behavior or activities of alcohol abuse that interferes with or threatens the health, safety, or peaceful enjoyment of other tenants.