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. The Thompson School District is opposed to the possession, use or availability of alcohol, drugs and other chemicals or controlled substances within the school environment. The district is determined to promote a healthy environment for students by providing education, support and decision-making skills in regard to alcohol, drugs, controlled substances and their abuse. In order to accomplish this goal a cooperative effort must be made among the schools, parents, community and its agencies.
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.
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. 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. 33 Section 35........On-Call Pay for Detectives............. 33
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.

Related to Alcohol Abuse

  • Substance Abuse Policy 6.6.1. Labor and Management are committed to providing employees with a drug-free and alcohol-free workplace. It is the goal to protect the health and safety of employees and to promote a productive workplace, and protect the reputation of Labor and Management and the employees.

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

  • SUBSTANCE ABUSE Substance abuse is recognized to be a serious medical and social problem that can affect employees. The Company and Union have a strong interest in encouraging early treatment and as- sisting employees towards full rehabilitation. The company will continue to provide a comprehensive ap- proach towards dealing with substance abuse and its related problems. Company assistance will include referral of employ- ees to appropriate counseling services or treatment and rehabili- tation facilities. The company will provide all normal group insurance benefits while under a medically prescribed course of treatment. A committee will be set up comprising representation of the Company and the Union to administer the program. Union Sub- stance Abuse Representatives will be provided such time as is necessary for the administration of the program.

  • 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.

  • Alcohol Testing A breathalyzer or similar test equipment shall be used to screen for alcohol use and if positive shall be confirmed by a blood alcohol test performed by the laboratory. The screening test shall be performed by an individual qualified through and utilizing equipment certified by the State of California. An initial positive alcohol level shall be .08 grams per 210 L. of breath. If initial testing results are negative, testing shall be discontinued, all samples destroyed and records of the testing expunged from the employee's file. If initial testing results are positive, the test shall be confirmed using a blood alcohol level. Sampling handling procedures, as detailed in Section 4, shall apply. A positive blood alcohol level shall be .08 grams per 100 ml of blood. If confirmatory testing results are negative all samples shall be destroyed and records of the testing expunged from the employee's file.

  • DRUG AND ALCOHOL FREE WORKPLACE 22.1 All employees must report to work in a condition fit to perform their assigned duties unimpaired by alcohol or drugs. Each institution is required to comply with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA) and the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations in order to be eligible for federal funding.

  • DRUG/ALCOHOL TESTING The City conducts the following types of drug and alcohol testing to determine if employees/applicants are in compliance with this policy and associated rules of conduct: pre-employment, reasonable suspicion, post-accident, return to duty, and follow-up testing. In addition, employees are tested prior to returning to duty after a confirmed positive drug or confirmed alcohol test and follow-up testing conducted during the course of a rehabilitation program recommended by a substance abuse professional. A Medical Review Officer (MRO) reviews test results and determines which tests are positive and which are negative. Testing conducted herein shall be a five (5) panel drug test regimen in compliance with 49 CFR Part 40, as amended an effective October 1, 2010, for both initial and confirmation screenings. With regards to a confirmed alcohol test having a concentration of .04 percent or greater is considered to be a positive alcohol test, and is in violation of this policy.

  • DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING Section 1. Drug and alcohol testing shall be done in a fair and equitable manner in strict observance of all applicable laws and regulations. All employees subject to such testing shall be so informed.

  • Substance Abuse Treatment Information Substance abuse treatment information shall be maintained in compliance with 42 C.F.R. Part 2 if the Party or subcontractor(s) are Part 2 covered programs, or if substance abuse treatment information is received from a Part 2 covered program by the Party or subcontractor(s).