Personal Property Damage. Upon submission of reasonable proof the Employer shall repair or indemnify with respect to damage to the chattels of an employee while on duty caused by the actions of a patient, resident or client provided such personal property is an article of use or wear of a type suitable for use while on duty.
Personal Property Damage. Upon submission of reasonable proof, where an employee's personal possessions (including an automobile) are damaged by a client, the Employer shall pay up to a maximum of $200 for the repair or replacement costs of the article(s), provided such article(s) are suitable for use while on duty.
Personal Property Damage. (a) Where an employee's personal possession(s) is/are damaged by a person in the care or custody of the Employer, the Employer shall pay, up to a maximum of one hundred dollars ($100), the replacement costs or personal deductible insurance, provided such personal possessions are of a type suitable for use while on duty. This provision shall not apply to articles of clothing or eyewear.
Personal Property Damage. Upon submission of reasonable proof, where an employee’s personal belongings, clothing and needed tools of trade are damaged by a person in the care or custody of the Employer, the Employer shall pay to repair or indemnify the employee provided such personal possessions are of a type suitable for use while on duty.
Personal Property Damage. The Employer shall establish a fund of $350 for the purpose of reimbursing an employee for damage to the employee’s personal wearing apparel or accouterments experienced as a result of the maintaining of discipline or of a violent act occurring when the employee is acting within the scope of his/her employment and pursuant to existing policy. An employee may request reimbursement only for the actual value of the damaged apparel or accouterments and only to the extent that such damages exceed the coverage provided by any Homeowner, Personal Property Floater, or similar valid and collectible insurance, and in no case shall reimbursement be granted that exceeds $150 per employee per occurrence. Each request for reimbursement must be in writing to the Office of Human Resources must describe the incident and the damage, must be approved by the employee’s principal or appropriate supervisor or designee and must state the amount of reimbursement sought and verification thereof. Reimbursement determinations shall be the sole prerogative of the Office of Human Resources, and in the event the fund is exhausted during the duration of this Agreement, no additional requests for reimbursement shall be paid. The school district, the Board, each individual Board member, and all administrators shall be indemnified and held harmless against any and all claims, suits, or other forms of liability, and all court costs arising out of the provisions of this Agreement between the parties for damage to personal wearing apparel or accouterments.
Personal Property Damage. An Employee's personal property, lost or damaged, as a direct result of delivering service to a client, shall be replaced or repaired at the expense of the Employer to a maximum of $750.00, subject to integration with one hundred (100%) percent coverage by Workers' Compensation Board provided that reasonable proof of the cause of such damage is submitted by the Employee concerned within a reasonable time of such loss or damage.
Personal Property Damage. A fund not to exceed $1,500 shall be established for the reimbursement of classified personnel for damage to personal property resulting from assault or while restoring order in cases of riots, student fights, or general disorder by one or more students on school property or at a school approved function. Classified personnel seeking reimbursement under the provision of this policy must file an employee accident report according to guidelines established for this purpose. Failure to file such a report within 10 working days of the occurrence shall disqualify an employee from receiving reimbursement. The investigation of claims for reimbursement shall be the responsibility of the Superintendent of Schools or his designee. Reimbursement shall be made within 15 days of the date of approval.
Personal Property Damage. Where an employee utilizes, with advance notification and approval of the Employer, personal property other than clothing while performing work for the Employer, and if the property is damaged in the course of the proper performance of the work, the Employer shall pay, up to a maximum of one hundred dollars ($100), the replacement costs or personal deductible insurance, provided such personal possessions are of a type suitable for use while on duty.