Department of Health and Human Services Sample Clauses

Department of Health and Human Services. An employee notified of a positive controlled substance or alcohol test result may request an independent test of their split sample at the employee’s expense. If the test result is negative, the Employer will reimburse the employee for the cost of the split sample test. An employee who has a positive alcohol test and/or a positive controlled substance test may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal, based on the incident that prompted the testing, including a violation of the drug and alcohol free work place rules.
Department of Health and Human Services. There is no complaint to or audit, proceeding, investigation (formal or informal) or claim currently pending against the Company or its Subsidiaries, or to the knowledge of the Company, any of its customers (specific to the customer’s use of the products or services of the Company) by the Federal Trade Commission, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and any office contained therein (“HHS”), or any similar authority in any jurisdiction other than the United States or any other governmental entity, or by any person in respect of the collection, use or disclosure of Personal Data by the Company or its Subsidiaries, and, to the knowledge of the Company, no such complaint, audit, proceeding, investigation or claim is threatened.
Department of Health and Human Services. (E) The duties of CONTRACTOR or its Subcontractor under this DUA survive the expiration or termination of this DUA until all the Confidential Information is Destroyed or returned to HHS, as required by this DUA. Governing Law, Venue and Litigation
Department of Health and Human Services. (1) A unit employee shall bump to the least senior position in his/her current class/level within the layoff unit.
Department of Health and Human Services. All confirmations shall be by quantitative analysis. Concentrations which exceed the linear region of the standard curve shall be documented. Marijuana metabolites* 15 ng/ml Cocaine metabolites** 150 ng/ml Opiates: Morphine 300 ng/ml Codeine 300 ng/ml Phencyclidine 25 ng/ml Amphetamines: Amphetamine 500 ng/ml Methamphetamine 500 ng/ml Benzodiazepine (Oxazepam) 200 ng/ml Propoxyphene: Propoxyphene 200 ng/ml Norpropoxyphene 200 ng/ml Barbiturates: Secobarbital 300 ng/ml Pentobarbital 1000 ng/ml Phenobarbital 1000 ng/ml Butabarbital 1000 ng/ml * Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol-9-carboxylic acid **Benzoylecgonine The following table shall be used to determine what concentration of blood alcohol constitutes a positive test result: Elapsed time since employee has begun his work day to time employee gives the Considered Considered blood sample Negative Positive 0 Hour - 1 Hour .0399 or lower .04 or higher 2 Hours - 3 Hours .0199 or lower .02 or higher 3 Hours - 4 Hours .0099 or lower .01 or higher Percent by weight of alcohol in the blood shall be based upon grams of alcohol per 100 cubic centimeters of blood.
Department of Health and Human Services. Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) employment and training activities TANF (currently opted out) X Mariah Sullender, Area Program Supervisor, Equus Workforce Solutions, 820 E. Fry Blvd, Sierra vista, AZ 85635 (520) 235-6746, msullender@azdes.gov , Mariah.sullender@equusworks.com COCHISE COUNTY: Tom Borer, District 1, Chairman, 1415 Melody Lane, Building G, Bisbee, AZ 85603 (520) 432-9200, tborer@cochise.az.gov Ann English, District 2, Vice-Chairman, 1415 Melody Lane, Building G, Bisbee, AZ 85603 (520) 432-9200, aenglish@cochise.az.gov Peggy Judd, District 3, Supervisor, 1415 Melody Lane, Building G, Bisbee, AZ 85603 (520) 432-9200, pjudd@cochise..az.gov GRAHAM COUNTY: Paul David, District 1, Chairman, 921 Thatcher Blvd., Safford, AZ 85546, (928) 428-3250, pdavid@graham.az.gov Jim Palmer, District 2, Member, 921 Thatcher Blvd., Safford, AZ 85546, (928) 428-3250, jpalmer@graham.az.gov Danny Smith, District 3, Vice-Chairman, 921 Thatcher Blvd., Safford, AZ 85546 (928) 428- 3250, dsmith@graham.az.gov GREENLEE COUNTY: David Gomez, District 1, Vice-Chairman, 253 5th St., Clifton, AZ 85533, (928) 865-2072, dgomez@.greenlee.az.gov Ron S. Campbell, District 2, Member, 253 5th St., Clifton, AZ 85533, (928) 865-2072, rcampbell@ greenlee.az.az Richard Lunt, District 3, Chairman, 253 5th St., Clifton, AZ 85533, (928) 865-2072, rlunt@greenlee.az.agov Centers Locations: ARIZONA@WORK Job Center Location #1: ARIZONA@WORK Cochise Business and Workforce Development Center 2600 E. Wilcox Drive, Room H-106 Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 Phone: (520) 458-9309 Center type: Comprehensive Job Center Affiliate Site Location # 1: ARIZONA@WORK Cochise Business and Workforce Development Center 515 E. 7th Street Douglas, AZ 85635 Phone: (520) 364-8906 Contact Name: Anna Luna Affiliate Site Location #2: ARIZONA@WORK Graham Business and Workforce Development Center 1910 W. Thatcher Blvd. Safford, AZ 85546 Phone: (928) 432-6932 Contact Name: Lisa Lane Affiliate Site Location #3: ARIZONA@WORK Greenlee Business and Workforce Development Center 558 N. Coronado Blvd. Clifton, AZ 85533 Phone: (928) 439-4632 Contact Name: Katrina Rodriguez DES Safford Office/Affiliate Location: ARIZONA@WORK DES Workforce Office 333 North 8th Avenue Safford, Graham County, Arizona 85546 Phone: (928) 428-3016 Local Workforce Development Board: Name Company/Address Phone/Email Ron Curtis, LWDB President American SW Credit Union 1160 E. Fry Blvd., Sierra Vista AZ 85635 (520)452-3088, rcurtis@ascu.org Jason Bowling, LWDB...
Department of Health and Human Services. Searches of employees due to a positive reaction to drug interdiction equipment or a K-9 will be conducted in accordance with the existing Institution Security Policy, 6.3.22. The parties agree in the interest of achieving drug and alcohol free Department of Corrections institutions/boot camps/corrections community centers, and Department of Human Services forensic units, that the Department of Corrections and Department of Human Services may modify the above referenced programs and policies including but not limited to random drug and alcohol testing in the same manner as the program and policies are modified for the employee organization which represents the majority of state employees after meeting and discussing with the Union. The Commonwealth and the Union agree that the coverage of employees by the above referenced programs and policies and the agreement to meet and discuss prior to modifying the above referenced programs and policies represents the result of negotiations conducted under and in accordance with the Public Employe Relations Act and constitutes a term and condition of employment for employees in this bargaining unit.
Department of Health and Human Services. (HHS) coverage begins, based on the circumstances, either on the date of the Special Enrollment event, or: o the first of the following month, if your application is received between 1st and 15th day of the month; o the first of the second following month, if your application is received between the 16th and last day of the month. If you purchased this plan through HealthSource RI, you may also be eligible for the following additional special enrollment periods. Please contact the HealthSource RI at 1-855-683-6759 for questions about these special enrollment periods and your eligibility within sixty (60) days following the Special Enrollment event.  If you gain status as a citizen, a national, or a lawfully present individual:  If your income situation has changed and you are determined to be newly eligible for the premium tax credit or the cost sharing reductions subsidy:  If you are an Indian, as defined by Section 4 of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act, you may enroll or change from one coverage to another one time per month:  If you demonstrate to the HealthSource RI, in accordance with guidelines issued by Health and Human Services, that you meet other exceptional circumstances.
Department of Health and Human Services. September 1, 2020, for recipients to report data on a quarterly basis. Until the GrantSolutions portal is operational, each prime recipient shall follow the interim reporting requirements. Treasury OIG will notify each prime recipient when GrantSolutions is operational or of any changes to the expected September 1, 2020 start date. Interim Reporting for the period March 1 through June 30, 2020 By no later than July 17, 2020, each prime recipient is responsible for reporting costs incurred during the period March 1 through June 30, 2020. For this interim report, prime recipients need only report totals by the following broad categories:
Department of Health and Human Services. Beginning January 1, 2017, employees whose household income is less than two hundred and fifty percent (250%) of the Federal Poverty Level will be eligible to receive a health insurance plan at no premium cost to the employee for themselves and eligible dependent(s) upon approval of their application.