Health Requirements Sample Clauses

Health Requirements. Each employee shall maintain a condition of health, including freedom from substance abuse, sufficient to permit her to successfully perform the express and implied duties of the position for which she is employed. The BOARD reserves the right to require a health examination for any employee, as the case may be, by such duly licensed physician as the BOARD may designate at its expense. Employees suspected of being under the influence of alcohol, narcotics or other drugs may be required to submit to an examination, including a chemical analysis of blood and/or urine, through a district appointed clinic. Refusal to submit to such examination will be considered an admission of being under the influence of alcohol, narcotics or other drugs. Such an examination may only be required by the building principal, the Superintendent or their designee. Current Health Department rules do not require routine T.B. testing of school employees. Therefore, the BOARD will not impose such a requirement for employees. In the event that such a rule or regulation would be restored, the BOARD and FEDERATION agree that the Collective Bargaining Agreement will be amended to reflect the new rule or regulation.
Health Requirements. Each teacher shall maintain a condition of general health, which includes freedom from substance abuse, sufficient to permit him/her to successfully perform the expressed and implied duties of the position for which s/he is employed. The BOARD reserves the right to require a health examination for any teacher, as the case may be, by such duly licensed physician as the BOARD may designate at its expense.
Health Requirements. Each employee shall maintain a condition of general health, which includes freedom from alcohol and substance abuse, sufficient to permit him/her to successfully perform the expressed and implied duties of the position for which s/he is employed.
Health Requirements. You shall not be permitted to job shadow until you provide proof/ documentation for the items listed below: A physical examination (are free from communicable disease) or health history updated in the past 12 months. See Page 5 for a template. A negative test for tuberculosis, as shown by a negative Mantoux test, a negative QuantiFERON-TB test, or a negative chest x-ray within the past 12 months Immunity to rubella as shown by a positive titer or documented dose (1) of live virus vaccine administered after the 1st birthday Immunity to rubeola (measles) as shown by a positive titer or two documented doses of live virus vaccine administered a minimum of 28 days apart after the 1st birthday Immunity to mumps as shown by a positive titer or two documented doses of live virus vaccine administered a minimum of 28 days apart after the 1st birthday Immunity to Varicella as shown by a positive titer, evidence of two vaccinations, or reported history of Chicken Pox disease The seasonal influenza vaccine or have completed an Influenza Vaccination Exemption Form (from when vaccine becomes available in the community until March 31st)
Health Requirements. Medical examinations may be required by Employer. Any medical examination required by the Employer following initial employment shall be provided by the Employer's medical doctor at the Employer's expense.
Health Requirements. The nature of many of the destinations we travel to means that in some cases they may be unsuitable for those who use a wheelchair or have a lack of mobility, or other medical conditions. However, we will be delighted to discuss the feasibility of creating a tailor-made itinerary for you that takes into consideration your level of mobility. Good physical and mental health is essential for the enjoyment of active Tours arranged by AdventureSmith. By forwarding the Deposit and signed Reservation form, the Client certifies that he/she does not have any physical or other condition of disability that would create a hazard for him/herself or other clients, Tour leaders, Third Party Suppliers, or AdventureSmith representatives. Any Client or potential participant with medical conditions or particular foods or allergic reactions, must notify AdventureSmith in writing not less than one-hundred-twenty (120) days in advance of travel. Participants may also be required to provide a statement of good health certified by a doctor or medical professional. AdventureSmith will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate requests, but cannot be responsible if ADA accommodations are not available. Any accommodations provided will be at the sole expense of the guest requiring the accommodation. Please note that some accommodations may not be in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and may not have wheelchair accessibility. The tour guides and tour leaders are, unfortunately, unable to offer additional assistance to passengers with limited mobility and all such assistance will need to be provided by whoever the passenger is traveling with. Participants with disabilities must notify AdventureSmith in writing no later than the time of booking of status and of the identity of their non-discounted, paid travel companion who will be responsible for providing all necessary assistance. For safety and liability reasons, AdventureSmith and its representatives cannot be responsible for directly accommodating any food allergies, or dietary requirements and restrictions, and is not responsible for any issues or problems associated with the same. We will advise the hotels and airlines of your request but we cannot guarantee their availability. At any time before or during a Tour, AdventureSmith and/or Third Party Suppliers may, but are not obligated to, make a determination that an individual Client’s fitness or health to embark upon, participate in, or continue a Tour is ina...
Health Requirements. State health regulations prohibit sick children from attending school. Parent(s) agree(s) to abide by such regulations and help the School control communicable diseases by keeping the sick Enrollee(s) at home and contacting the School at once if the Enrollee(s) develop(s) a communicable disease. The Enrollee(s) will not be allowed to attend school if he/she/they has/have any of, but not limited to, the following symptoms and/or communicable diseases: Pink eye, head lice, strep throat, scarlet fever, chicken pox, fifth disease, scabies, roseola, impetigo, hand, foot and mouth disease, mumps, ringworm, pinworms, a rash of any kind, a fever within the past 24 hours, a persistent cough, green discharge from the nose (or if child is congested and has excessive nasal discharge), and/or vomiting within the past 24 hours. It is not necessary to call the School if the Enrollee(s) will only be absent for one (1) or two (2) sessions, unless Enrollee(s) has/have a communicable disease as described above. State law requires parent(s) or guardian(s) to submit to School a completed health form (“Physician’s Report”) that documents immunizations and is signed by a physician for admittance to school (excluding the elementary age children). Parent(s) acknowledge(s) and agree(s) to abide by such state law(s),and understand(s) that all enrollees will be visually health-screened when they arrive at school.
Health Requirements. Maintain all education records and reports relating to the educational program of its students and to comply with all applicable statutes, rules and regulations respecting the maintenance of and release of information from such records. The AGENCY shall have no responsibility regarding such records and shall refer all requests regarding such information to the UNIVERSITY. Assume responsibility for matriculation, promotion, and graduation of students. The AGENCY, in consideration of benefits received, shall: Plan and administer all aspects of ________________________services at its facilities. The AGENCY has primary and ultimate responsibility for the quality of ___________and AGENCY staff shall have final responsibility, authority and supervision over all aspects of _____________and services. UNIVERSITY students and faculty shall at all times abide by such supervision. Provide qualified supervision of students during their placement. AGENCY supervisory employees may, in an emergency or based upon applicable standards of ____________, temporarily relieve a student from a particular assignment or require that a student leave an area or department pending a final determination of the student's future status by the parties. Make available __________________________ and related services for student experiences in the programs, including necessary equipment and supplies for performing necessary techniques and procedures within AGENCY. Allow students and faculty to participate in selected AGENCY educational programs. Cooperate with the UNIVERSITY in the planning and conduct of the students' placement in order that the placement may be appropriate to the UNIVERSITY's educational objectives. Make available to students and faculty, the use of its cafeteria, space for classroom teaching, conference rooms, dressing or locker rooms, library and any other appropriate facilities as available and required by the educational program without charge, except for food consumed by the student or faculty. Provide the UNIVERSITY with all rules, regulations, procedures and information necessary for pre-placement instruction no later than _____________________________________.