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 and Drugs. Contractor shall comply with Owner’s policies and practices regarding alcohol and drugs and shall not possess, consume, import, sell, give, barter or otherwise dispose of any alcoholic beverages or drugs (excluding drugs for proper medical purposes and then only in accordance with Applicable Law) at the Project Site, or permit or suffer any such possession, consumption, importation, sale, gift, barter or disposal by its Subcontractors, agents or Labor. Subject to requirements of Applicable Law, Contractor shall perform random drug and alcohol testing on Persons employed by its Subcontractors and shall perform a drug and alcohol test on any Person employed by a Subcontractor who Owner or Contractor reasonably suspects is in possession of or under the influence of any dangerous or controlled drug, alcohol or other such substance at any time during such Person’s performance of any portion of the Work at the Project Site. Subject to requirements of Applicable Law, Contractor shall perform drug and alcohol testing on its Subcontractors, agents and Labor for purposes of such Person’s hiring, treatment or annual physical. Additionally, Contractor shall perform, or cause its Subcontractors and agents to perform, a drug and alcohol test on each of their respective employees prior to any such employee first entering the Project Site to perform any Work. Contractor shall immediately identify and remove from its or its Subcontractors’ employment at the Project Site any Person (whether in the charge of Contractor or any of its Subcontractors) who is in possession of or under the influence of any dangerous or controlled drug, alcohol or other such substance at any time during such Person’s performance of any portion of the Work, excluding any Person using a prescription drug under supervision and approval from a medical doctor, or any other Person who does or whose actions may create any unsafe condition or other situation that may cause damage or harm to any Person or property, including any Person using a prescription drug under supervision and approval from a medical doctor. Contractor’s Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy is attached as Exhibit L. This policy does not apply to Owner and its Personnel. Owner shall enforce its own drug and alcohol policy with respect to its Personnel.
Alcohol and Drugs. Employees may be required to submit to test for alcohol or illegal drugs. Tests shall typically be breathalyser tests, urine or blood analysis and be carried out by a suitably qualified person. Positive results from, or refusal to submit to such tests may result in disciplinary action up to, and including, dismissal.
Alcohol and Drugs. Contractor shall not possess, consume, import, sell, give, barter or otherwise dispose of any alcoholic beverages or drugs (excluding drugs for proper medical purposes and then only in accordance with Applicable Law) at the Job Site, or permit or suffer any such possession, consumption, importation, sale, gift, barter or disposal by its Subcontractors, agents or Labor and shall at all times assure that the Job Site is kept free of all such substances. Contractor shall immediately identify and remove from its or its Subcontractors’ employment at the Job Site any person (whether in the charge of Contractor or any Subcontractor) who is found to be in the possession of, under the influence, or who is a user of any dangerous or controlled drug, alcohol or other such substance or any other person who does or whose actions may create any unsafe condition or other situation that may cause damage or harm to any person or property.
Alcohol and Drugs. BAC’s approach to the consumption of alcohol, drugs and other substances (including new psychoactive substances) that have intoxicating and/or behaviour-altering effects or impair judgement (referred to in this policy as “other substances”) is based on the need to ensure a safe and productive working environment. Because of the serious nature of the risks posed by the abuse of alcohol, drugs and other substances in the workplace, any breach of the rules in this area will be treated as gross misconduct which will usually result in dismissal. An employee will be regarded as ‘under the influence’ of alcohol, drugs or other substances if their behaviour, speech, ability to concentrate or otherwise perform their duties is in any way affected. An employee will also be regarded as under the influence if they fail a drug, other substance or alcohol test. Dependency Employees who have a dependency on alcohol, drugs or other substances may be offered support and encouraged to seek appropriate counselling or medical help. Absence arising from treatment or counselling related to drug, alcohol or other substance abuse will be treated as sickness absence under BAC’s Sickness absence procedure. However, while BAC will always try to be supportive toward employees with a drug, alcohol or other substance problem, this will not prevent disciplinary action being taken when employees act in breach of the rules laid out in this policy. Wherever an employee informs BAC that they have a drug, alcohol or other substance problem this will, as far as possible, be treated in the utmost confidence. However BAC may need to disclose particular circumstances to managers, regulatory authorities or others should this be necessary to ensure safety or compliance with legal requirements. Drugs The consumption, storage, distribution or sale of illegal drugs or any other behaviour- altering and/or intoxicating substance, including new psychoactive substances, on BAC premises or during working time is strictly prohibited. BAC will report any illegal activities to the police or other relevant authorities. You must not present yourself for work under the influence of illegal drugs or any other substance taken for non-medical purposes. Medicines and Prescription Drugs If you are taking prescription drugs or any other medicine that may affect your performance at work or your ability to carry out any of your duties, then you must inform your line manager of this so that steps can be taken to ensure t...
Alcohol and Drugs. Intoxicating beverages or substances are not permitted to be in the possession of any person performing under this Agreement. Supplier’s employees, agents and guests are prohibited from having alcoholic beverages or controlled dangerous substances on Rutgers property. Supplier shall inform all of its employees, agents and guests of this prohibition, and shall assist Rutgers in enforcing this policy. In the event Supplier, its employees, agents or guests arrive at the service location under the influence of intoxicating beverages or substances, Rutgers may terminate this Agreement without liability, and deem such conduct a breach of the Agreement.