EU Directive Sample Clauses

EU Directive. To the extent applicable, the parties hereto acknowledge and agree that the European Council Directive of March 12, 2001 (2001/23/EC) (the “Directive”), relating to the safeguarding of employeesrights in the event of transfers of undertakings, businesses or parts of businesses and any country legislation implementing the Directive and any other similar Law (collectively, the “Transfer Regulations”) shall apply to the Transactions and that the contracts of employment or, and collective agreement relating to Automatic Transfer Employees shall be transferred to the Purchaser or its Affiliates pursuant to the Transfer Regulations with effect from the Closing Date. The Seller and Purchaser shall take all such actions that may be necessary or required in order to cause the Transfer Regulations to apply to the Transactions and/or to enable Purchaser and its Affiliates and the Seller and its Affiliates to comply with their respective obligations, including but not limited to the obligation to inform, and consult (where applicable) under or in connection with the Transfer Regulations, and the Seller and Purchaser shall each refrain from taking any action that could cause the Transfer Regulations not to apply to the Transactions. The parties hereto acknowledge and agree that they shall, and shall cause their respective Affiliates to, comply with the Transfer Regulations to the extent applicable.

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  • Advance Directives Federal and state law require HMOs and providers to maintain written policies and procedures for informing all adult Members 18 years of age and older about their rights to refuse, withhold or withdraw medical treatment and mental health treatment through advance directives (see Social Security Act §1902(a)(57) and §1903(m)(1)(A)). The HMO’s policies and procedures must include written notification to Members and comply with provisions contained in 42 C.F.R. § 489, Subpart I, relating to advance directives for all hospitals, critical access hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, providers of home health care, providers of personal care services and hospices, as well as the following state laws and rules:

  • Technical Committee 1. The Technical Committee shall comprise:

  • Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee The Employer and the Union recognize the role of the joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee in promoting a safe and healthful workplace. The parties agree that a Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee shall be established for each Employer covered by this Collective Agreement. The Committee shall govern itself in accordance with the provisions of the Industrial Health and Safety Regulations made pursuant to the Workers’ Compensation Act. The Committee shall be as between the Employer and the Union, with equal representation, and with each party appointing its own representatives. Representatives of the Union shall be chosen by the Union membership or appointed by the Union. All minutes of the meetings of the Joint Occupational Health & Safety Committee will be recorded in a mutually agreeable format and will be sent to the Union. The Union further agrees to actively pursue with the other Health Care Unions a Joint Union Committee for the purposes of this Article. The Employer agrees to provide or cause to be provided to Employer members of the Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee adequate training and orientation to the duties and responsibilities of committee members to allow the incumbents to fulfil those duties competently. The Union agrees to provide or cause to be provided to Union members of the Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee adequate training and orientation to the duties and responsibilities of committee members to allow the incumbents to fulfil those duties competently. Such training and orientation shall take place within six (6) months of taking office.

  • 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.

  • Health and Safety Committees In order to provide a safe and healthful workplace, local unit level LMCs shall establish Health and Safety Committees. Each committee will be composed of an equal number of representatives appointed by the Union and the Employer and will be co-chaired by a Union and Employer representative. A Union representative must be a member of the unit but either party may be accompanied by staff and/or other subject matter experts who may participate, but not vote, at meetings. Each party shall prepare and submit an agenda to the other party one week prior to any scheduled meeting. If neither party submits an agenda, the meeting shall be canceled. Each committee’s general responsibility will be to provide a safe and healthful workplace by recognizing hazards and recommending the abatement of hazards and educational programs. Each committee will:

  • Occupational Health & Safety Committee The Employer and the Union agree to maintain standards of safety and health in the environment served by VON in order to prevent accidents, injury and illness. The parties agree to comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and any other federal, provincial or municipal health and safety legislation and regulations. Recognizing its responsibilities under the applicable legislation, the Employer agrees to accept as a member of its Occupational Health and Safety Committee, one (1) representative selected or appointed by the Union from the bargaining unit. Toronto/York Site will have two (2) representatives. For Porcupine/Highway 11 and Durham, only the member shall be a certified member. Such committee shall identify potential dangers and hazards, institute means of improving health and safety programs and recommend actions to be taken to improve conditions relating to occupational health and safety. Meetings shall be held every third month or more frequently if mutually agreed. The Committee shall maintain minutes of all meetings and make the same available for review. When faced with occupational health and safety concerns the Employer will take reasonable actions in a timely manner that reduces risk and protects Nurses. Any such actions will comply with the then current legislation relative to the issue(s).

  • 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.

  • Quality Assurance Program An employee shall be entitled to leave of absence without loss of earnings from her or his regularly scheduled working hours for the purpose of writing examinations required by the College of Nurses of Ontario arising out of the Quality Assurance Program.

  • Safety Committees Joint employee-elected and Employer appointed safety committees shall be formed in accord with WISHA requirements and following University of Washington policy. The Union is entitled to representation on the University-wide or specific organizational or divisional committees where bargaining unit employees are working. Any department or unit committee also dealing with health and safety issues in work areas shall appropriately involve bargaining unit employees. Participation in safety and health committees, including meeting time, health and safety research, work on committee assignments, seminars, and classes will be considered time worked for all employees in accordance with University policy. Release time must be arranged with supervisors in advance. When the committee makes a recommendation that requires action or approval beyond its scope of authority, the Employer will communicate its disposition of the formal written recommendation within thirty (30) days.

  • Safety Committee The Parties agree that an Occupational Health and Safety Committee will be established and will govern itself in accordance with the provisions of the Industrial Health and Safety Regulations made pursuant to the Workers’ Compensation Act. The Committee will meet at regular intervals to be determined by the Committee to make recommendations on unsafe, hazardous or dangerous conditions with the aim of preventing and reducing risk of occupational injury and illness. It is agreed that the Labour/Management Committee shall also act as the Occupational Health and Safety Committee.