Health Problems Sample Clauses

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.
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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. 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.
Health Problems. The Franchisee shall immediately notify BKC of any actual or suspected occurrence of any serious communicable disease or infection at or among staff or customers at the Franchised Restaurant.
Health Problems. 1.1 What are the most important health problems in your community?

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  • Health Plans The health plans offered and benefits provided by those plans shall be those approved by the City's JLMBC and administered by the Personnel Department in accordance with LAAC Section 4.

  • Medical Examination Where the Employer requires an employee to submit to a medical examination or medical interview, it shall be at the Employer's expense and on the Employer's time.

  • Health Care Compliance Neither the Company nor any Affiliate has, prior to the Effective Time and in any material respect, violated any of the health care continuation requirements of COBRA, the requirements of FMLA, the requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, the requirements of the Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998, the requirements of the Newborns' and Mothers' Health Protection Act of 1996, or any amendment to each such act, or any similar provisions of state law applicable to its Employees.

  • Health Care Matters Without limiting the generality of any representation or warranty made in Article 7 or any covenant made in Articles 8 or 9, each Borrower represents and warrants on a joint and several basis to and covenants with the Administrative Agent and each Lender, and shall be deemed to represent, warrant and covenant on each day on which any advance or accommodation in respect of any Loan is requested or made or any Liabilities shall be outstanding under this Agreement (or any Affiliate Term Loan Liabilities shall be outstanding under the Term Loan Agreement), that:

  • Environmental, Health and Safety i. Environment, Health and Safety Performance. Seller acknowledges and accepts full and sole responsibility to maintain an environment, health and safety management system ("EMS") appropriate for its business throughout the performance of this Contract. Buyer expects that Seller’s EMS shall promote health and safety, environmental stewardship, and pollution prevention by appropriate source reduction strategies. Seller shall convey the requirement of this clause to its suppliers. Seller shall not deliver goods that contain asbestos mineral fibers.

  • REGULATORY ADMINISTRATION SERVICES BNY Mellon shall provide the following regulatory administration services for each Fund and Series:  Assist the Fund in responding to SEC examination requests by providing requested documents in the possession of BNY Mellon that are on the SEC examination request list and by making employees responsible for providing services available to regulatory authorities having jurisdiction over the performance of such services as may be required or reasonably requested by such regulatory authorities;  Assist with and/or coordinate such other filings, notices and regulatory matters and other due diligence requests or requests for proposal on such terms and conditions as BNY Mellon and the applicable Fund on behalf of itself and its Series may mutually agree upon in writing from time to time; and

  • Health Care Coverage The Company shall continue to provide Executive with medical, dental, vision and mental health care coverage at or equivalent to the level of coverage that the Executive had at the time of the termination of employment (including coverage for the Executive’s dependents to the extent such dependents were covered immediately prior to such termination of employment) for the remainder of the Term of Employment, provided, however that in the event such coverage may no longer be extended to Executive following termination of Executive’s employment either by the terms of the Company’s health care plans or under then applicable law, the Company shall instead reimburse Executive for the amount equivalent to the Company’s cost of substantially equivalent health care coverage to Executive under ERISA Section 601 and thereafter and Section 4980B of the Internal Revenue Code (i.e., COBRA coverage) for a period not to exceed the lesser of (A) 18 months after the termination of Executive’s employment or (B) the remainder of the Term of Employment, and provided further that (1) any such health care coverage or reimbursement for health care coverage shall cease at such time that Executive becomes eligible for health care coverage through another employer and (2) any such reimbursement shall be made no later than the last day of the calendar year following the end of the calendar year with respect to which such coverage or reimbursement is provided. The Company shall have no further obligations to the Executive as a result of termination of employment described in this Section 8(a) except as set forth in Section 12.

  • Medi Cal PII is information directly obtained in the course of performing an administrative function on behalf of Medi-Cal, such as determining Medi-Cal eligibility or conducting IHSS operations, that can be used alone, or in conjunction with any other information, to identify a specific individual. PII includes any information that can be used to search for or identify individuals, or can be used to access their files, such as name, social security number, date of birth, driver’s license number or identification number. PII may be electronic or paper. AGREEMENTS

  • Medical Inquiries Promptly after the Registrations have been transferred to Buyer, Buyer shall assume all responsibility for all correspondence and communication with physicians and other health care professionals and customers in the applicable Territory relating to the CV Products. After the Closing Date, Buyer and Seller shall work together towards an orderly transition of the responsibility for all correspondence and communication with health care professionals and customers in the applicable Territory relating to the CV Products. Seller shall continue to be responsible for such correspondence and communication under the direction of Buyer until the Registrations have been transferred to Buyer. Buyer shall keep such records and make such reports as shall be reasonably necessary to document such communications in compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements. After transfer of responsibility to Buyer pursuant to this Article 10, Seller shall, except in the case of medical emergency, refer all questions relating to the CV Products raised by health care professionals and customers to Buyer for its response.

  • Environmental, Health and Safety Matters (a) The Company has complied and is in compliance with all Environmental, Health, and Safety Requirements.

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