CPR Sample Clauses

CPR. 14.1 The Corporation will endeavour to have C.P.R. training offered to the Corporation employees as an in-house-training session.
CPR. Since it is mandatory by the Police Department that all guards must be certified in CPR every two (2) years, where possible, classes for CPR will be scheduled during the school year during the day, Monday through Friday. Mouth apparatus will be provided to each guard and replaced when needed. Employees who provide proof of certification from a training company or agency that is acceptable to the Employer will not have to retake CPR training. The Employer will not withhold acceptance of such certification unreasonably.
CPR. The term “CPR” has the meaning set forth in Recital A.
CPR. School will notify Students that Sharp requires that they maintain current certification/competency in Basic Life Support (also referred to as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – “CPR”) throughout the their participation in the learning experience at Sharp. Students’ CPR certification requirements shall be the same as the requirements applicable to Sharp employees at the unit/department/clinic to which the Students are assigned. Students are required to maintain documentation of current CPR certification while at Sharp, and each Student agrees that he/she may be periodically audited to ensure his/her documentation is current. Students who are unable to provide documentation or who are unwilling to allow verification of current CPR certification shall not be permitted to participate in the learning experience at a Sharp Facility until they do so.

Related to CPR

  • Mediation Procedure The Chairman shall promptly advise the parties of a scheduled Mediation Hearing date. Unless a party requests an expedited procedure, or unless all parties to the proceeding agree to one or more extensions of time, the Mediation Hearing set forth below shall be completed within forty (40) days of BCBSA's receipt of the Complaint. The selected mediators, unless the parties otherwise agree, shall adhere to the following procedure:

  • Resolution Procedure a. Step 1

  • Selection Procedure (a) The Committee and the relevant Dean shall examine all applications and supporting documents submitted to the Office of the Director of Human Resources (treating same as confidential material), and together they shall develop a short list of applicants to be interviewed.

  • External Arbitration Procedures Any arbitration initiated under this Agreement shall be conducted before a single neutral arbitrator appointed by the Parties. If the Parties fail to agree upon a single arbitrator within ten (10) Calendar Days of the submission of the Dispute to arbitration, each Party shall choose one arbitrator who shall sit on a three-member arbitration panel. In each case, the arbitrator(s) shall be knowledgeable in electric utility matters, including electric transmission and bulk power issues, and shall not have any current or past substantial business or financial relationships with any party to the arbitration (except prior arbitration). The arbitrator(s) shall provide each of the Parties an opportunity to be heard and, except as otherwise provided herein, shall conduct the arbitration in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association (“Arbitration Rules”) and any applicable FERC regulations or RTO rules; provided, however, in the event of a conflict between the Arbitration Rules and the terms of this Article 27, the terms of this Article 27 shall prevail.

  • Mediation/Arbitration (a) All disputes, claims or controversies arising out of or relating to this Agreement (collectively, “Disputes”) shall be submitted to non-binding mediation by either party to an impartial mediator, as agreed to by the parties, and appointed through JAMS in San Francisco, California, for a good faith effort at resolution. The mediator shall review the Dispute within thirty (30) days of submission or at such other time provided the parties so agree. Any mediation fee shall be paid equally among the parties. Any Dispute which is not resolved through such mandatory mediation shall be settled by final and binding arbitration before a single neutral arbitrator of JAMS in accordance with the then current Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association in San Francisco, California. Judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court in California. In the event that any Dispute between Indemnitee and the Corporation should result in arbitration, the prevailing party in the Dispute shall be entitled to recover from the other party all reasonable fees, costs and expenses of enforcing any right of the prevailing party, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees, experts’ fees, and expenses. Each party agrees that the Dispute as mediated and/or arbitrated and the final resolution of such Dispute shall be considered to be confidential information, and shall be kept confidential by each party.

  • Step 4 - Arbitration If the grievant is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance by the Board or is no disposition has been made within the period above provided, the grievance, only at the option of the Association, may be submitted before an impartial arbitrator. The Association shall exercise the right of arbitration by giving the Superintendent written notice of intent to arbitrate within twenty (20) school days of receipt of the written disposition of the Board. If the parties cannot agree as to the arbitrator within five (5) school days from the notification date that the arbitration will be pursued, the arbitrator shall be selected by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with its rules, which rules shall likewise govern the arbitration proceedings. The parties shall not be permitted to assert in such arbitration proceeding any ground or to rely on any evidence not previously disclosed to the other party. The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding upon both parties.

  • Mediation In the event of any dispute arising under or in connection with this Agreement, before either party may initiate arbitration pursuant to Section 5.2 below, ICANN and Registry Operator must attempt to resolve the dispute through mediation in accordance with the following terms and conditions:

  • Impasse Procedure 1. If negotiations are not successfully concluded by the first day of school, impasse shall exist. At any earlier time either party may declare impasse. The parties may mutually agree to extend impasse deadlines. Upon reaching of impasse, the items causing the impasse shall be referred to a three-member committee.

  • Arbitration Procedures In the event that the employee and the School Board are unable to resolve any grievance, the grievance may be submitted to arbitration as defined herein:

  • Grievance Arbitration Procedure (The following clauses will appear in all collective agreements replacing any provisions related to Grievance Procedure that existed in the Hospital's expiring collective agreement:) Employees shall have the right, upon request, to the presence of a Union Steward at any stage of the grievance procedure, including the complaint stage, or at any time when formal discipline is imposed. The Hospitalagrees that it will not discipline an employee without just cause. Where the Hospital deems it necessaryto suspend or discharge an employee, the Hospitalshall notify the Union, in writing, of such suspension or discharge. For the purpose of this Agreement, a grievance is defined as a difference arising between a member of the bargaining unit and the Hospital relating to the interpretation, application, administration or alleged violation of the Agreement. It is the mutual desire of the parties hereto that complaints shall be adjusted as quickly as possible, and it is understoodthat an employee has no grievance until he has first given his immediate supervisor the opportunity of adjusting his complaint. Such complaint shall be discussed with his immediate supervisor within seven (7) calendar days from the event giving rise to the grievance, or from when the employee should have reasonably become aware of the event giving rise to the grievance. Failing settlement within seven (7) calendar days, it shall then be taken up as a grievance within the seven (7) calendar days following his immediate supervisor's decision in the following manner and sequence: The employee must submit the grievance through the Local Union, signed by the and the Local Union President, or designate, to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Hospital, or designate. The employee may be accompanied, if he so desires, by his union steward. The grievance shall identify the nature of the grievance, the remedy sought, and should specify the provisions of the Agreement which are alleged to have been violated. The parties will have a period of up to thirty (30) calendar days from the date the grievance is filed to attempt to resolve the grievance, and in any case, to provide the Union with a formal written response setting out the Hospital's position on the matter.