Cases of Emergency Sample Clauses

Cases of Emergency. 1. The restrictions laid down and authorized by this Annex shall not apply in cases of emergency involving safety of human life or of ships, aircraft, or equipment and facilities of high value or the protection of the environment.
Cases of Emergency a. In cases of emergency, the District may apply to PSERS for permission to employ annuitants on an individual basis as set forth in the statute.
Cases of Emergency. Nothing herein contained shall be construed to prevent management or sales employees from performing bargaining unit work, in cases of emergency when no bargaining unit employees are available to perform such work, or when there is no revenue associated with the work, when testing equipment and when repairing or transporting equipment.
Cases of Emergency. Except as provided above, Relief Supervisors shall be considered to be bargaining unit members for all purposes of the Collective Agreement. When an employee works as a Relief Supervisor, he/she shall be paid a premium of one ($1.00) dollar per hour for all hours so worked provided he/she performs a significant portion of the position he/she is relieving. The names of all Relief Supervisors so designated each day shall be posted in the immediate vicinity of the Supervisor’s station and noted on the work schedule.
Cases of Emergency. The provisions of this part shall not apply in cases of emergency relating to the safety of human life or of ships, aircraft or other equipment and facili- ties of high value, or the protection of the environment. Notice of any acts or omissions resulting from such emer- gency situations shall be reported promptly to the Director, who shall no- tify the Treaty parties in accordance with the requirements of the Treaty and the Protocol, and publish notice of such acts or omissions in the FEDERAL REGISTER. PART 672—ENFORCEMENT AND HEARING PROCEDURESSec.
Cases of Emergency. 1. Articles 3, 4, 5 and 6 of this Annex shall not apply in cases of emergency relating to the safety of a ship and those on board or saving life at sea.
Cases of Emergency. 30 Except in cases of emergency, nurses will not be asked to work two (2) 31 consecutive shifts.
Cases of Emergency. The requirements of this section, and of regu- lations promulgated under this section, shall not apply in cases of emergency relating to the safety of human life or of ships, aircraft, or equipment and facilities of high value, or the protection of the environment, which require an

Related to Cases of Emergency

  • WAIVER IN CASE OF EMERGENCY In cases of emergency declared by the President of the United States, the Governor of the state of Ohio, the Montgomery County Sheriff, the City Manager of Huber Heights, or any other authorized governmental official, for acts of God or civil disorder, the following conditions of this Agreement may be temporarily suspended by the Employer

  • Medical Care and Emergency Leave An employee is entitled to a leave of absence without pay because of any of the following:

  • Personal Emergency Leave 1. A teacher will be granted up to five (5) days of leave per year to cover situations beyond the control of the teacher which would significantly impair teaching service. Personal emergency leave may not be used for illness/injury, or illness/injury in the immediate family. Deductions from the gross pay of a teacher for this leave shall be made at the degreed substitute rate of pay for each day taken.

  • Personal Necessity Leave 10.2.1 Leave which is credited in Section 10.1 of this Article, may be used, at the unit member’s election, for purposes of personal necessity; provided that use of such personal necessity leave does not exceed seven

  • Personal Harassment (a) The Employer and the Union recognize the right of employees to work in an environment free from personal harassment and agree that employees who engage in personal harassment may be disciplined.

  • Outpatient emergency and urgicenter services within the service area The emergency room copay applies to all outpatient emergency visits that do not result in hospital admission within twenty-four (24) hours. The urgicenter copay is the same as the primary care clinic office visit copay.

  • Emergency Procedures a) ENP providers shall have a written Emergency/Disaster Plan.

  • Professional Improvement Leave A teacher may be granted leave to be used for the teacher's professional improvement. Professional improvement days may be approved by the superintendent and used for the purpose of: