BOARD OF HEALTH Sample Clauses

BOARD OF HEALTH. Attendance at Board of Health Meetings. An employee may attend a Board of Health meeting during regular working hours without loss of pay provided such employee has been placed on the agenda to make a specific presentation to the Board. An employee may attend any regular Board of Health meeting on the same basis as any private citizen at the employee’s own discretion during any period the employee is on a scheduled leave.
BOARD OF HEALTH. The Department shall be governed by a Board of Health (“Board”). All powers of the Department shall be vested in and exercised by the Board unless otherwise provided by law. All references to the Department mean the Board unless otherwise specified. Utah Code Xxx. § 26A-1-109. Purpose. The general purpose of the Board shall be to determine the general public health policies to be followed in the administration of the Department. The Board may adopt and enforce public health rules, regulations, and standards to accomplish this purpose. Utah Code Xxx. §§ 26A-1-109(8) and 26A-1-121(1). Policies adopted by the Board shall be consistent with generally accepted principles of public health and preventative medicine.
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  • Health & Safety Committee (a) The Hospital and the Union agree that they mutually desire to maintain standards of safety and health in the Hospital in order to prevent accidents, injury and illness.

  • Occupational Health and Safety Committee The Employer and the Union agree to cooperate in the promotion of safe working conditions, the prevention of accidents, the prevention of workplace injuries and the promotion of safe workplace practices.

  • LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE The Hospital and the Union recognize the importance of undertaking joint efforts to ensure that employees have access to cost effective, quality health care and other insurance coverage. Both the Employer and the Union share a mutual interest in researching best practices in cost containment features and benefits that ensure quality but also address increasing costs. To address these issues, the parties will establish a Labor Management Benefits Committee. The Union will appoint up to four (4) bargaining unit representatives to include one (1) organizer to the Committee. The Employer will appoint up to four (4) management representatives. The Committee shall be advisory and shall meet at least quarterly and more often as mutually agreed. The Union shall appoint one (1) bargaining unit member as committee co-chair. In guiding the committee’s work, utilization data and cost, among other data, will be reviewed. If the committee comes up with any mutually agreed upon recommendation for any changes, the Union and management shall convene a meeting to review the recommendations. Bargaining unit representatives will be compensated at their regular rate of pay as per Article 14.4.

  • Board The Board of Directors of the Company.

  • LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES Section 1. Labor/Management Committees The parties recognize that the holding of periodic meetings for the exchange of views and information contributes to the effectiveness of the labor/management relationship. Therefore, the parties shall establish Labor/Management Committees (LMC), in accordance with the provisions in this Article, for the purpose of addressing matters of concern in the areas of personnel policies, practices, conditions of employment, and other matters affecting employees. Each LMC will be co-chaired by one member from labor and one member from management.

  • Safety and Health Committee 43.1 a. A joint State/UUP Safety and Health Committee shall be established consisting of three members appointed by the State and three members appointed by UUP to identify and review safety-related issues affecting employees and to recommend plans for the correction of such matters.

  • Health and Safety Committee (a) The Employer and the Union agree that they mutually desire to maintain standards of safety and health in the Home in order to prevent accidents, injury and illness.

  • Joint Health and Safety Committee (a) The Employer and the Union agree that they mutually desire to maintain standards of occupational health and safety in the organization, in order to prevent accidents, injury and illness. The parties agree to promote health and safety throughout the organization. The employer shall provide orientation and training in health and safety to new and current employees on an ongoing basis, and employees shall attend required health and safety training sessions.