Health Problems Sample Clauses

Health Problems. If it is shown that compliance with temperature regulations will aggravate a health problem of any employee, as documented by the employee’s physician, the Employer will authorize the use of an auxiliary heater or fan by the employee in facilities under DOE control, if such use is consistent with operating requirements. In facilities under General Services Administration (GSA) control, the Employer will request authorization from GSA to permit the employee to use an auxiliary heater or fan.
Health Problems. The student may occasionally have a health problem that may have a significant effect on his/her placement in an internship. It could be a physical defect, which may limit his or her placement possibilities, or it may be a condition requiring extensive or unusual medical/surgical treatment. In some cases, this could require removal from a particular internship or a leave of absence for all or part of a semester. Regulations require that the student discuss the problem with his/her Agency Internship Supervisor and write a petition for appropriate action. The University Internship Supervisor may refer the student to the university health department, where, after an exchange of information with the family physician, a judgment will be made with respect to the legitimacy of the request. In most cases, the student will be asked to sign a statement releasing the health information so that the health department may disclose the necessary facts to the Agency Internship Supervisor. Also, the University Internship Supervisor is given permission, through the signed statement, to use the information with potential or existing employers to the best advantage of the student. Whenever surgical or medical treatment is elected, the student must petition in advance. When emergency conditions prevail, a petition must be filed with the University Internship Supervisor as soon as possible after the emergency.
Health Problems. Employees covered by subclause (2) and suffering from health problems recognised as being connected with the fact that they perform night work are transferred whenever possible to the day work to which they are suited.

Related to Health Problems

  • Health Plan The City shall provide a group comprehensive health care plan to regular employees. The City shall pay one hundred percent (100%) of the monthly cost of single coverage. The City will pay ninety-four percent (94%) of the monthly cost of family coverage and ninety-four percent (94%) of the monthly cost of 2/4 party coverage.

  • Behavioral Health Services Behavioral health services include the evaluation, management, and treatment for a mental health or substance use disorder condition. For the purpose of this plan, substance use disorder does not include addiction to or abuse of tobacco and/or caffeine. Mental health or substance use disorders are those that are listed in the most updated volume of either: • the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) published by the American Psychiatric Association; or • the International Classification of Disease Manual (ICD) published by the World Health Organization. This plan provides parity in benefits for behavioral healthcare services. Please see Section 10 for additional information regarding behavioral healthcare parity. Inpatient This plan covers behavioral health services if you are inpatient at a general or specialty hospital. See Inpatient Services in Section 3 for additional information. Residential Treatment Facility This plan covers services at behavioral health residential treatment facilities, which provide: • clinical treatment; • medication evaluation management; and • 24-hour on site availability of health professional staff, as required by licensing regulations. Intermediate Care Services This plan covers intermediate care services, which are facility-based programs that are: • more intensive than traditional outpatient services; • less intensive than 24-hour inpatient hospital or residential treatment facility services; and • used as a step down from a higher level of care; or • used a step-up from standard care level of care. Intermediate care services include the following: • Partial Hospital Program (PHP) – PHPs are structured and medically supervised day, evening, or nighttime treatment programs providing individualized treatment plans. A PHP typically runs for five hours a day, five days per week. • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) – An IOP provides substantial clinical support for patients who are either in transition from a higher level of care or at risk for admission to a higher level of care. An IOP typically runs for three hours per day, three days per week.

  • Health The Executive is in good health and knows of no physical or mental disability that, with any accommodation that may be required by law and that places no undue burden on the Company, would prevent the Executive from fulfilling the Executive’s obligations hereunder. The Executive agrees, if the Company requests, to submit to reasonable periodic medical examinations by a physician or physicians designated by, paid for and arranged by the Company. The Executive agrees that each examination’s medical report shall be provided to the Company.

  • Mental Health Services This agreement covers medically necessary services for the treatment of mental health disorders in a general or specialty hospital or outpatient facilities that are: • reviewed and approved by us; and • licensed under the laws of the State of Rhode Island or by the state in which the facility is located as a general or specialty hospital or outpatient facility. We review network and non-network programs, hospitals and inpatient facilities, and the specific services provided to decide whether a preauthorization, hospital or inpatient facility, or specific services rendered meets our program requirements, content and criteria. If our program content and criteria are not met, the services are not covered under this agreement. Our program content and criteria are defined below.