Physical Examinations Sample Clauses

Physical Examinations. Where the Employer requires an employee to take a physical examination, doctor's fees for such examination shall be paid by the Employer. Except prior to commencement of employment and the first four (4) weeks of employment, such examinations shall be taken during the employee's working hours without loss of pay to the employee.
Physical Examinations. The Company and/or insurer reserve the right to require periodic physical examinations throughout the duration of the employee's absence due to disability. Such examinations shall be conducted by a physician or physicians designated by the Company and/or insurer. Cost of physical examinations, transportation and reasonable out-of-pocket expenses related thereto will be paid by the insurer.
Physical Examinations. All employees, upon initial employment, may be required to present evidence of physical ability to perform duties assigned and of being free from communicable diseases. Such evidence, if required, shall be obtained from a licensed physician of the employee's choice. The cost of such examination shall rest with the employee. The Board may require a subsequent physical or psychological examination by a physician, or clinical psychologist or psychiatrist, respectively, licensed in Florida, when in its judgment such an examination is relevant to teaching performance or employment status.
Physical Examinations. The Insurer, at its own expense, shall have the right and opportunity to examine any Insured whose illness or injury is the basis of a claim, when and as often as considered necessary by the Insurer during the pendency of the claim. In the case of death, the Insurer has the right to request an autopsy at a facility of its choice.
Physical Examinations. Once employed, physical examinations may be required only when 1 the employee’s behavior gives reason to suspect that a medical or psychiatric condition may impair 2 the employee’s ability to perform his/her duties, or when the employee has been injured or ill and 3 an examination is needed in order to determine whether an employee can return to work safely or 4 to determine whether the employee has a disability for which a reasonable accommodation can be 5 made.
Physical Examinations. Examinations for tuberculosis may be required every four (4) years. Such examinations shall be paid for by the District.
Physical Examinations. Physical examinations shall be given at the University Health Service, by appointments arranged through the University Personnel Office under the following conditions:
Physical Examinations. The insurer shall have the right and opportunity to request a physical examination at its own expense, of any insured whose illness or injury is the basis of a claim, when and as often as considered necessary by the insurer before the claim is agreed.
Physical Examinations. 27.01 Where the Employer requires the employee to take a physical examination, the doctor’s fee shall be paid by the Employer, and the examination shall be on Company time. Where subsequent examination proves an employee unfit to work in a food store, examinations shall be paid by the employee.