Infractions. Disciplines up to and including written warnings shall be cleared from an employee’s file after one year, provided that the one year shall be free of infractions.
Infractions. Consistent with Section E(7), any truck and/or motor vehicle (including its owner, operator and driver) that (a) violates the terms of this agreement, (b) engages in negligent or willful misconduct; (c) creates an unsafe condition or environment; (d) causes harm to any person or property, or threatens to cause harm to any person or property; (e) violates TraPac’s safety and other rules, whether posted, given in writing, set forth herein and/or advised verbally, and/or (f) creates any unsafe condition, may be banned from the Terminal Facility at the discretion of the Terminal Facility.
Infractions. The Board shall oversee the handling of all infractions. The Board 29 shall ensure fair, consistent and appropriate enforcement of this Agreement, the Harvesting 30 Rules, the ACE (as hereinafter defined) requirements set forth on Exhibit B hereto, the Plan, 32 Agreement or the Sector’s Bylaws. The Board is responsible for reviewing the “Schedule of 33 Penalties” attached as Exhibit A and shall either approve it or, if it determines appropriate, it 34 shall make changes to it. The Schedule of Penalties shall address any unauthorized fishing 35 activities (whether under applicable laws, rules and regulations or otherwise) and violations of 36 this Agreement, the Harvesting Rules, the ACE requirements, the Plan, Amendment 16, and 37 other Sector requirements as may be adopted under the terms of this Agreement or the Sector’s 38 Bylaws. Such schedule of penalties may be based on reductions in ACE instead of or as an 39 alternative to dollars amounts. The Board shall review and approve any Schedule of Penalties 40 prior to the commencement of the fishing year for which such Schedule of Penalties has been 41 prepared. In addition, the Board shall have the authority to take any number of enforcement 42 measures against the Members for the non-payment of membership dues and/or poundage fees. 43 Such enforcement measures may include requesting expulsion of the violating Member under 44 Section 8.02 and issuing a stop fishing order against such Member.
Infractions. Skipping or cutting class or activity: A class cut occurs when a student is absent from class for more than 5 minutes without permission from the teacher or authorization from the administration to do so.Step 1 FD/SOSWD/Confiscation Step 1Step 1Step 1Step 1~ 15 ~ Step 1Step 1*M: Mandatory Major Violations Class III Offenses Class III infractions are major acts of misconduct. They include repeated misconduct acts from Class II; serious disruptions of school order; threats to the health, safety, and property of others; and other acts of serious misconduct. The misconduct must be reported right away to the school administrator, who may remove the student from the school or activity immediately. ~ 16 ~ ~ 17 ~ 227931_8040
Infractions. Failure to attend any assigned disciplinary consequence or procedure.(12-A) Failure To Attend Mandatory TutoringTR: Submit office behavior referral form.AR: Document a new behavior event in Infinite Campus Behavior for missed mandatory tutoring. Assign and communicate AM/PM school detention for each offense. (12-B) Failure To Attend Classroom DetentionTR: Submit office behavior referral form.AR: Document a new behavior event in Infinite Campus Behavior for missed classroom detention. Assign and communicate two AM/PM school detentions for each offense. (12-C) Failure To Attend Lunch DetentionAR: Document a new behavior event in Infinite Campus Behavior for missed lunch detention. Assign and communicate two AM/PM school detentions for each offense. (12-D) Failure To Attend AM/PM DetentionAR: Document a new behavior event in Infinite Campus Behavior for missed AM/PM lunch detention. Assign and communicate 1 Day A-Room for each missed detention(s). Parking Lot Violation1-3 days parking lot ban3-5 days parking lot ban5-10 days parking lot ban
Infractions. Recruitment infractions will be handled per the Unanimous Agreements. Monetary fines will be imposed for violations as follows: FINEPOSSIBLE INFRACTIONLate Gamma Chi/PHA Executive Council member to training session, PR events, recruitment events Budget Infractions:Failure to submit a preliminary budget (due the Monday before formal recruitment)$50.00Failure to submit a final budget with receipts (due at Panhellenic Council meeting after recruitment)$50.00Late Budgets$5.00/dayOver BudgetingFor every $1.00 over the budget, a $2 fine will be assessed Late Parties:$10.00Each early/Late party (1st day)Each early/Late party (2nd day)$15.00Each early/Late party (3rd day)$20.00-Early parties are defined as parties that do not begin at the time specified in the most updated recruitment schedule. Late parties are defined as parties that go over the specified time allotted by the most updated recruitment schedule.-Parties that start before the specified start time must only last for the allotted time of that round. Parties that start late must end at the designated time for that round. Example: If a party starts 1 minute early, it must end one minute before the designated time. If a party starts one minute late, it must still end at the designated time. Late Party Initiation, Bid Lists and Flex Lists:
Infractions. Major infractions are the type of behavior that result in severe disciplinary action, such as suspension or termination, especially if repeated. Such actions include, but are not limited to: Unreasonable refusal to carry out a specific order or instruction issued by a supervisor. Theft from fellow workers, the program or others on program property. ● Violation of program regulations concerning client confidentiality. Omission of pertinent facts or falsifying personnel or other records during or after time of employment. ● Habitual tardiness or absenteeism. ● Unreasonable failure to comply with program's current policies and procedures. Unreasonable failure to comply with the Legal Services Corporation's rules, regulations, instructions and guidelines. Disciplinary action by the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility.