Medical Procedures Sample Clauses

Medical Procedures. 43.1 Except in a medical emergency, the Board shall not require any Member to administer medication, perform any medical/physical procedures or examine students for communicable conditions or diseases. No Member shall be liable if the Member volunteers to assist the Principal/Vice-Principal in a medical emergency.
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Medical Procedures. 1. No teacher shall be required to perform any medical procedures (including but not limited to bandaging cuts/abrasions, gastrostomy tube feedings, tracheostomy suctioning and catheterizations) on any student.
Medical Procedures. The Board shall not require any Teacher to administer medication or perform any medical or physical procedure on any pupil that might in any way endanger the safety or well-being of the pupil or subject the Teacher to risk, injury or liability. It shall not be part of the duties and responsibilities of a Teacher to examine pupils for communicable conditions or diseases or to diagnose such conditions or diseases.
Medical Procedures. Teachers will not be required to perform clean intermittent catheterization, suctioning (nasal, oral, or deep), tracheotomy care (clean, suction, etc.), tube feeding, medication (oral, topical) related to the procedures enumerated herein, medication by gastrostomy tube, oxygen regulation or care, or similar procedures in order to maintain a student in the classroom.
Medical Procedures. 23.01 No teacher shall be required to administer medication or perform any medical or physical procedure on any pupil that might in any way endanger the safety or well-being of the pupil or subject the teacher to risk of injury or liability for negligence. A teacher shall respond to a medical emergency involving a pupil(s) in a responsible manner. No teacher shall be required to physically examine pupils for pediculosis or for any other medical condition or disease.
Medical Procedures. 18.01 Except for programs of general application throughout the system, an Occasional Teacher shall not be required to do any medical or physical procedures for pupils. Such procedures include routine administration of medication, catheterization, lifting a pupil, physiotherapy, feeding students that require assistance, post-urinal drainage, manual expression of the bladder, toileting assistance, and any other medical or physical procedures. The administration of these procedures shall be by health services and/or other qualified personnel. It shall not be part of the duties and responsibilities of an Occasional Teacher to examine pupils for communicable conditions or diseases.
Medical Procedures. A. Non-medical school district personnel shall not be allowed to perform invasive medical services that require special medical knowledge, nursing judgment, or nursing assessment. These procedures include, but are not limited to:
Medical Procedures. (a) No teacher shall be required to carry out any of the following medical procedures: administer medication by injection (except the use of an epipen), catheterization, tube feeding, feeding students with impaired swallow reflex, postural drainage or manual expression of the bladder.
Medical Procedures. Teachers will not be required to perform medical procedures, as defined by State law.