Physical Force Sample Clauses

Physical Force. Paragraph 1: While in the course of his/her employment, a teacher may use rea- sonable physical force against a pupil but only to protect himself/herself, to pro- tect other persons, to prevent the destruction of property, or to prevent any illegal overt act on the part of the pupil.
Physical Force includes, but is not limited to, the use of an electrical stun gun, tear gas or mace.
Physical Force. A student shall not be subject to corporal punishment. School employees may use reasonable and prudent physical force to restrain a student whose actions it is reasonably believed are likely to result in any physical injury to any person including the student. Any school employee who uses plainly unreasonable or unjustified force will be subject to discipline. Any use of physical restraints must be in accordance with Mass. Department of Education regulations.
Physical Force the court, as part of such order:
Physical Force. A teacher may use physical force to restrain a pupil without advance notice to the principal when it is essential for self-defense, or for the protection of other persons or property of the District.
Physical Force. While in the course of his/her employment, a teacher and/or administrator may utilize a reasonable level of physical force on a student to provide protection for himself/herself, other students, and/or professional colleagues.
Physical Force involves contact with a subject beyond that which is generally utilized to affect an arrest or other law enforcement objective. Physical force is employed when necessary to overcome a subject’s physical resistance to the exertion of the officer’s authority, or to protect persons or property. Examples include, wrestling a resisting subject to the ground, using wrist locks or arm locks, striking with the hands or feet, or other similar methods of hand-to-hand confrontation.
Physical Force. Physical force may be used by an adult on a child or youth only to the extent necessary to restrain the individual under the following circumstances: (1) To quell a disturbance or prevent an act that threatens to harm another person; (2) To obtain possession of a weapon or other dangerous object in the possession of the child or youth; (3) For purposes of self- defense or defense of others; (4) To protect a child or youth from self-inflicted harm.
Physical Force. An employee has the right to use such reasonable force as is necessary to protect himself/herself from physical assault or to prevent injury to another employee or student. Any case of physical assault upon an employee shall be reported to the administrator/designee. The administrator/designee shall inform the employee of all legal and contractual rights afforded the employee. The employee shall report the incident to the police or, upon the request of the employee; the administrator/designee shall report the assault to the local police. In the event the administrator/designee is unavailable, the employee will contact the Superintendent’s Office that the police have been notified. In any case of physical assault upon an employee while performing his/her duties, the District and the Association will render all reasonable assistance to the employee which may include legal counsel. In-service for all staff regarding their rights and the appropriate use of physical force will be scheduled for staff after the start of the 2008-2009 school year. Such in-service sessions shall be required, scheduled by the District, and conducted by personnel qualified to address the issues involved. The one (1) hour required meeting called for in this provision shall result in an additional one (1) hour of professional development being added at all levels to the calendar agreement for the 2008-2009 school year. In subsequent school years, this meeting shall be voluntary except for new hires.

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  • PHYSICAL FITNESS The union and city agree to adopt the principles of the IAFF/IAFC Fitness Initiative to develop policy as it relates to physical fitness and wellness. Members of the bargaining unit shall be provided at least one hour each shift, during productive weekday work hours, (excluding holidays) where they will perform physical activity (P.T.). Said activity shall be considered mandatory but is secondary to daily duties, special events and emergency responses which may prohibit a workout. The parties agree that improvements shall be made to the current City provided workout facilities. In the spirit of this agreement, a committee shall form for the improvement of the workout equipment and facilities at the fire stations. That committee shall propose budget considerations for purchase of equipment and workout facility improvement. Employee members shall be appointed by the president of the bargaining unit. The employer agrees to provide ‘on duty’ workout facilities at no cost to the employee. The employer agrees to pay the cost of fitness center, gym, workout, etc. membership fees for off duty use up to $50 (fifty dollars) per employee per month. Payment will be made as a reimbursement upon proof of membership. Proof of membership shall be defined as a receipt or verification of payment, provided to the facility for the previous calendar year. Proof shall be submitted annually, in October for the entire year or any part of the previous year. In the event that there is a question as to whether the facility complies with this article, a committee of 2 Employer and 2 Union appointees shall meet and determine the applicability. During the term of the contract, the parties agree to work to achieve agreement on the components that would be evaluated during annual required physicals.

  • Physical Exams The Employer agrees to provide without cost to employees, physical examinations and/or other appropriate tests when such tests are deemed necessary by management to determine whether the health of employees is being or has been adversely affected by exposure to potentially harmful physical agents, toxic materials, or infectious agents, or by attacks and assaults. The Employer agrees to provide to each affected employee who requests it a complete and accurate written report of any such medical examination or other appropriate tests related to occupational exposure. Additionally, written results of an industrial hygiene measurements or investigations related to an employee's occupational exposure will also be provided, upon request, to the employee or the employee's authorized representative. The Union and/or members of the applicable Health and Safety Committee will be provided copies of summary reports, but such reports will not contain personally identifying information.

  • Physical Examination The Employer, at its own expense, shall have the right and be given the opportunity to have a medical doctor appointed by the Employer examine, as often as it may reasonably require, any employee whose injury, sickness, mental or nervous disorder is the basis of claim upon this Plan.

  • 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.