Injury-on-Duty Leave/Work Related Illness Leave Sample Clauses

Injury-on-Duty Leave/Work Related Illness Leave. An Employee shall be granted Injury On Duty Leave With Pay when a claim has been made, pursuant to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, and the Workers’ Safety and Insurance Board has notified the Employer that it has certified that the Employee is unable to work because of personal injury, occupational illness, or disease, accidentally received in the performance of his, or her duties, and not caused by the Employee’s willful misconduct. Any Employee that suffers from an occupational injury, illness, or disease must apply for Workplace Safety and Insurance Benefits. Pending the decision from the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, the Employee will be advanced Injury on Duty Leave Benefits. When the Employee receives entitlement to his or her benefits from the Board, they will present the entitlement stub to Administration. The Employee will be responsible for their normal contribution to their Pension and Benefits Plans, and shall complete all necessary forms at Administration.
Injury-on-Duty Leave/Work Related Illness Leave. An employee shall be granted injury-on-duty leave with pay when a claim has been made pursuant to the Provincial Worker's Compensation Act, and the Workers' Compensation authority has notified the Employer that it has certified that the employee is unable to work because of:
Injury-on-Duty Leave/Work Related Illness Leave. See Article 45 for benefits relating to this leave.
Injury-on-Duty Leave/Work Related Illness Leave. (a) An employee who is injured on the job or suffers a recurrence of an injury on the job shall, as soon as possible, report the matter to their immediate supervisor and file a WorkersCompensation claim.

Related to Injury-on-Duty Leave/Work Related Illness Leave

  • Family Medical Leave or Critical Illness Leave a) Family Medical Leave or Critical Illness leaves granted to an employee under this Article shall be in accordance with the provisions of the Employment Standards Act, as amended.

  • Illness Leave 1. Illness is defined as any pronounced deviation from a normal healthy state which makes it disadvantageous to the District and/or detrimental to the employee for him/her to be at work. This definition shall include emergency medical, dental, optical, and prosthetic work.

  • Family Illness Leave In the event of illness in the immediate family, an employee shall be granted up to three (3) days of absence without loss of salary to be deducted from sick leave. The immediate family shall be construed to mean father, mother, son, daughter, wife, husband, brother, sister, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law, or daughter-in-law. A statement from a responsible person other than the employee may be required as proof of illness.

  • Extended Illness Leave 1. If a unit member has utilized all of his/her accumulated sick leave and is still absent from his/her duties on account of illness or accident for a period of five (5) school months or less, then the amount of salary deducted in any month shall not exceed the sum which was actually paid or would have been paid a substitute. The five (5) months or less period during which the above deductions occur shall not begin until all other paid sick leave provisions have been exhausted.

  • Permission to Leave Work The Employer agrees that stewards shall not be hindered, coerced, restrained or interfered with in any way in the performance of their duties, while investigating disputes and presenting adjustments as provided in this Article. The Union recognizes that each xxxxxxx is employed by the Employer and that they will not leave their work during working hours except to perform their duties under this Agreement. Therefore, no xxxxxxx shall leave their work without permission of their supervisor, which will not be unreasonably withheld.

  • Paternity Leave 33:01 An employee shall be granted one (1) day's leave with pay, to attend to needs directly related to the birth of his/her child. At the employee's option, such leave shall be granted on the day of, or the day following the birth of his/her child or the day of the birth mother’s admission to or discharge from hospital or such other day as may be mutually agreed.

  • Industrial Accident and Illness Leave In addition to any other benefits that an employee may be entitled to under the Worker’s Compensation laws of the State of California, employees shall be entitled to the following benefits:

  • Industrial Disability Leave A. For periods of disability commencing on or after January 1, 1993, subject to Government Code Section 19875, eligible employees shall receive IDL payments equivalent to full net pay for the first 22 work days after the date of the reported injury.

  • General Leave of Absence a) Leave of absence without pay may be granted to employees for valid reasons as set out by Company policy.

  • Medical Leave of Absence Where you have a medical leave of absence due to any medically determinable physical or mental impairment that can be expected to result in death or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than six months, and you have not returned to employment with the Company or an Affiliate, a Separation from Service has occurred on the earlier of: (A) the first day on which you would not be considered “disabled” under any disability policy of the Company or Affiliate under which you are then receiving a benefit; or (B) the first day on which your medical leave of absence period exceeds 29 months.