Oral. Two doses of test substance shall be used in the oral portion of the study, a low dose and a high dose. The high dose should ideally induce some overt toxicity, such as weight loss. The low dose level should correspond to a no-observed effect level. The oral dos- ing shall be accomplished by gavage or by administering an encapsulated test substance. If feasible, the same high and low doses should be used for oral and dermal studies.
Oral. Any employee having a complaint shall first bring it to the attention of his 13 immediate supervisor. A Union Representative shall be present if requested by the Company or the 14 employee. The decision in this Step will be final and binding unless, within ten (10) workdays of the 15 decision, the employee proceeds to Step 2 of this procedure. 16
Oral. An employee alleging a violation of the expressed provisions of this contract shall within thirty (30) days of its alleged occurrence orally discuss the grievance with the supervisor in an attempt to resolve same. If no resolution is obtained within five (5) days of the discussion, the employee shall reduce the grievance to writing and proceed within five (5) days of said discussion to Step 2.
Oral. A board used for oral examination shall consist of two (2) professional police officers appointed by the Director of Human Resources and the Director of Human Resources or his delegate.
Oral. An Employee shall take any grievance to his supervisor, with or without his Union representative as he may decide, within five (5) working days of the event or the time he reasonably should have known of the event. The matter shall be answered by the supervisor within three
Oral. Any employee having a complaint shall first bring it to the attention of his 11 immediate supervisor. A Union Representative shall be present if requested by the Company or the 12 employee. The decision in this Step will be final and binding unless, within ten (10) workdays of the 13 decision, the employee proceeds to Step 2 of this procedure. 14 Step 2 – Documented. Any complaint not resolved in Step 1 – Oral, must be documented and signed 16 by the employee specified with alleged facts giving rise to the complaint, the Article or Sections of this 17 Agreement alleged to have been violated, and the remedy requested. The grievance must be submitted 18 to the employee’s supervisor within ten (10) working days of the Step 1 – Oral decision. Within fifteen 19
Oral. A. If an employee is not meeting TWSD standards of behavior or performance, the General Manager should take the following action:
Oral. This section specifies the knowledge requirements which shall be successfully mastered for the proper performance of skill requirements within a given duty areas. • Each item shall be signed and dated by the evaluator after the student demonstrates satisfactory knowledge.
Oral. The Department will use the script set forth in Appendix A to orally explain the availability of accommodations at each of the points at which the Department conducts the Inquiry set forth in paragraphs 1 and 2 of section
Oral. An oral board shall be appointed by the EMPLOYER consisting of Law Enforcement members not connected in any way with the Bay County Sheriff's Office. The SHERIFF is also excluded. The minimum passing grade for the written examination shall be seventy-five percent (75%), exclusive of points added for seniority.