Fit for Duty Sample Clauses

Fit for Duty. WSF reserves the right to require any employee who is on a medical Leave of Absence due to injury or illness to be assessed by the Medical Review Officer regarding the employee’s ability to perform the Essential Job Functions. If an employee disagrees with the Medical Review Officer, he or she can be reviewed by a doctor of his or her choice, to assess if he or she can perform the essential functions of the job with or without an accommodation. Any disagreements will be resolved by a doctor mutually agreed to by the parties.
Fit for Duty. As in all other instances, employees while deployed to wildfire suppression and/or other emergency duty under the incident command system are responsible within their means to be physically able to resume their duties at the start of each work shift.
Fit for Duty. WSF reserves the right to require any Engineer Officer who is on a medical Leave of Absence due to injury or illness to be assessed by the Medical Review Officer regarding the Engineer Officer’s ability to perform the Essential Job Functions. If an Engineer Officer disagrees with the Medical Review Officer, they can be reviewed by a doctor of their choice, to assess if they can perform the essential functions of the job with or without an accommodation. Any disagreements will be resolved by a doctor mutually agreed to by the parties.
Fit for Duty. The parties jointly acknowledge the importance of health and safety at work, which includes that all employees report to work fit to perform their duties and free of impairment for any reason, including from drugs and alcohol for the dur- ation of the entire shift. The Employer and the Union express their joint determin- ation to deal cooperatively and constructively with employees seeking assistance or treatment for an addiction, having regard to their respective obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the case-by-case application of the accom- modation obligations included therein.
Fit for Duty. The Employer reserves the right to suspend or discharge employees who are not fit to perform their duties in a satisfactory manner. Such action shall only be taken if a medical examination performed by a qualified doctor of the Employer's choice, at the Employer's expense, reveals unfitness. If the employee disagrees with such doctor's findings, then the employee, at his/her own expense, may obtain a medical examination from a qualified doctor of his/her choice. Should there be a conflict in the findings of the two (2) doctors, then a third doctor mutually satisfactory to the Employer and the Union shall examine the employee. The fee charged by the third doctor shall be paid by the Employer and his/her findings shall be binding on the employee, Employer and the Union. In the event an employee's seniority is terminated pursuant to this Article, he/she shall be afforded the opportunity to apply for and the Employer will attempt to place him/her in a position with another department with the Employer, and if he/she is employed by another department he/she shall retain all accrued benefits. This section shall not preclude the Chief from assigning an employee to light or limited duty if there is available work, which the employee can perform without displacing another employee.