Industrial Injury or Illness Sample Clauses

Industrial Injury or Illness. 9.1 Any employee who is disabled in the discharge of his/her duties and if such disablement results in absence from his/her regular duties, shall be compensated, except as otherwise hereinafter provided, in the amount of eighty percent (80%) of the employee's normal hourly rate of pay, not to exceed two hundred and sixty-one (261) regularly scheduled workdays counted from the first regularly scheduled workday after the day of the on-the-job injury; provided the disability sustained must qualify the employee for benefits under State Industrial Insurance and Medical Aid Acts.
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Industrial Injury or Illness. In August of 1991, the City Council enacted an ordinance revising this benefit. The provisions are reflected in the following language which replaces language which became null and void per the 1991-94
Industrial Injury or Illness. Workers’ Compensation shall be administered and paid as provided for by statutes of the State of California. If an employee has an industrial injury or illness, the injury or illness must be reported to VTA immediately. If the injury is certified to be an industrial injury or illness by the Workers’ Compensation Division or the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, the employee shall be compensated for work days lost due to the injury pursuant to law, VTA shall apply Section 12.5, Wage Replacement Benefits and the Integration of Pay, for any statutory benefits owed to the employee. Instances where employees are injured but are able to continue work, or who see a doctor and within three (3) hours return to work on the same day as the injury, shall not be considered industrial injuries for purposes of this Section and the employee shall not suffer a loss of pay on the day of the injury.
Industrial Injury or Illness. Benefits for unit members shall be provided for under Section 4850 of the Labor Code and City policies. Sick leave earned and accrued under Article
Industrial Injury or Illness. 13.1 Any employee who is disabled in the discharge of their duties and if such disablement results in absence from their regular duties, shall be compensated, except as otherwise hereinafter provided, in the amount of eighty percent (80%) of the employee's normal hourly rate of pay, not to exceed two hundred and sixty-one
Industrial Injury or Illness. In case of any industrial injury or industrial illness, the Port agrees to pay up to but not more than three (3) months of full benefits coverage for the employee and/or any dependents.
Industrial Injury or Illness. 22 In the case of any disability which is covered by State Industrial Insurance or Worker’s 23 Compensation, the County will pay to such disabled employee an occupational disability allowance 24 equal to the difference between eighty percent (80%) of his/her regular straight-time wages and the 25 amount of State compensation, with the stipulation that the first five (5) working days of disability 26 shall be at his/her regular straight-time wage less any State compensation which may apply. The
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Industrial Injury or Illness. 7 In the case of any disability which is covered by State Industrial Insurance or Worker’s 8 Compensation, the County will pay to such disabled employee an occupational disability allowance 9 equal to the difference between eighty percent (80%) of his/her regular straight-time wages and the 10 amount of State compensation, with the stipulation that the first five (5) working days of disability 11 shall be at his/her regular straight-time wage less any State compensation which may apply. The 12 County will continue to pay eighty percent (80%) of his/her regular straight-time wages, less State 13 compensation, for an additional period of 255 working days to make a total of 260 days.
Industrial Injury or Illness. An employee disabled as the result of an industrial injury or illness may be required by the City as a condition of continued employment to return to work in a light duty status if his/her physician releases the employee for the performance of light duty work. Such employees released for light duty work shall provide the Personnel Officer with a written light duty release from the doctor promptly upon receiving same. Such light duty assignment shall continue until the physician releases the employee for full duty. The City reserves the right to exercise its prerogative to protect itself against excessive future liability and insurance risk, and the employee against further aggravation and/or injury. Therefore, light duty assignments will be evaluated and assigned on a case-by-case basis.
Industrial Injury or Illness. Benefits for bargaining unit members who at any time during their employment with the City have been classified as safety members may be eligible under Section 4850 of the California Labor Code and/or City policies for job-related injuries or illness. Sick leave and/or annual leave shall not be used for industrial injury or illness under Section 4850.
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