Alcohol and Drug Testing Sample Clauses

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.
Alcohol and Drug Testing. 1. All bus drivers shall be required to submit to and pass all physical examinations required by state or federal laws, including testing required pursuant to the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991, 45 USC 431 and its implementing regulations. The Board will develop and implement a written testing policy in accordance with the standards and criteria contained in the implementing regulations of the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991, USC 431.
Alcohol and Drug Testing. 1. The Union and the Town agree that it is beneficial to promote a safe and healthy work environment for its employees, including, but not limited to assuring that all employees are free of illegal drugs and alcohol while performing safety sensitive functions.
Alcohol and Drug Testing. The Tenant acknowledges that the County, as a public agency sponsor under the provisions of the Airport and Airway Improvement Act of 1982, as amended (the "Act"), has the obligation to establish a drug free workplace and to establish policies and programs to ensure airport safety and security. The Tenant acknowledges that the Department, on behalf of the County, has the right to require users of the Airport (Tenants, Permittees, Licensees, etc.) to establish reasonable programs to further the achievement of the objectives described herein. Accordingly, the Tenant shall establish programs for pre-employment alcohol and drug screening for all candidates for employment at the Airport who will as a part of their duties (a) be present on the AOA; (b) operate a motor vehicle of any type on the AOA; or (c) operate any equipment, motorized or not, on the AOA and for the same or similar screening based upon a reasonable suspicion that an employee, while on duty on the AOA, may be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Notwithstanding the above, the Tenant specifically acknowledges that the County, acting through the Department, has the right and obligation to deny access to the AOA and to withdraw AOA driving privileges from any person who it has a reasonable suspicion to believe is under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Alcohol and Drug Testing. A. Alcohol and drug testing is applicable to all employees and applicants to designated positions with the District.
Alcohol and Drug Testing. A. Alcoholism and drug abuse or addiction is recognized by the parties as interfering with the Employer’s services and as posing a danger to the public’s health and safety as well as that of the employees. It is recognized that the Employer and the employees have the right to insist on an alcohol and drug-free environment and to be free from direction by any individual where probable cause exists to believe that individual to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The parties agree to cooperate in encouraging employees afflicted with alcoholism or drug addiction to undergo a coordinated rehabilitation program.
Alcohol and Drug Testing. All drivers shall be required to submit to and pass all physical examinations required by state or federal laws, including testing required by the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991, 45 USC Section 431, and its implementing regulations. The driver will be paid for the actual hours required when submitting to a drug or alcohol test as required by law, at the driver’s regular hourly rate. Actual hours are defined as the time logged at the testing center plus one-half (1/2) hour for drive time.
Alcohol and Drug Testing. The County may conduct alcohol and drug testing of current employees where a reasonable suspicion exists relating to the employee's fitness for continued employment. Any employee having a confirmed positive drug screening may have an additional test conducted utilizing the specimen obtained by the County. Such additional test shall be conducted at the employee's expense at a laboratory of the employee's choice. The request for an additional test shall be filed in writing with the Sheriff within three (3) working days after the employee was advised his/her test was positive. At that time, the Sheriff shall also be advised of the name of the laboratory selected by the employee for the retest. The sealed specimen shall be transmitted from the County's laboratory to the laboratory specified by the employee at the employee's expense. All drug and alcohol test results shall be confidential with dissemination limited to those with an official need to know within the Department or Personnel Department and as requiring (sic) for counseling and treatment. When an employee who has been the subject of a drug or alcohol test receives negative test results, the results and the fact of the test shall be expunged from the employee's personnel file within sixty (60) days.
Alcohol and Drug Testing. A. Employees will be tested for alcohol and drug use, and such use will be handled and treated, pursuant to the Company’s alcohol and drug policy and in accordance with the applicable FAA and DOT regulations. Any changes to FAA and DOT regulations will be implemented and not subject to negotiations.