Post-Accident. An employee involved in an accident while on duty may be required to undergo a drug and alcohol test when there is:
Post-Accident. All employees covered by this policy who are involved in an accident will be required to submit to a drug and alcohol test, as required under Section 655.44. No employer shall permit an employee who refuses to submit to such a test to perform or continue to perform safety-sensitive functions. An “accident” is defined as an occurrence associated with the operation of a Pace vehicle in which: • An individual dies; • An individual suffers a bodily injury and immediately receives medical treatment away from the scene of the accident; or • Any vehicle involved incurs disabling damage and is transported away from the scene by a tow truck or other vehicle. In the case of any accident involving a fatality, each surviving safety-sensitive employee on duty in the Pace vehicle at the time of the accident will be tested. Additionally, safety-sensitive employees not on the vehicle whose performance could have contributed to the accident, as determined by Pace using the best information available at the time of the accident, will be tested. In the case of all other accidents covered by this policy (i.e., those not involving a fatality), each safety-sensitive employee operating the Pace vehicle at the time of the accident will be tested unless Pace determines, using the best information available at the time of the decision, that the safety-sensitive employee’s performance can be completely discounted as a contributing factor to the accident. Additionally, any other safety-sensitive employees whose performance could have contributed to the accident, as determined by Pace using the best information available at the time of the accident, will be tested. Post-accident drug tests will be performed as soon as possible but no later than thirty-two (32) hours following the accident. Post-accident alcohol tests will be performed within two (2) hours but no later than eight (8) hours following the accident. If an alcohol test is not administered within two (2) hours following the accident, Pace will prepare and maintain a record stating the reason(s) the test was not so administered. If an alcohol test still is not administered within eight(8) hours following the accident, all attempts to administer the test will cease. An employee subject to post-accident testing who fails to remain available for such testing, including notifying Pace of his/her location after leaving the scene of the accident, may be deemed to have refused to submit to testing. Nothing in this section shall be ...
Post-Accident. Any driver or Monitor involved in an accident with Agency Consumers on board the vehicle must be removed immediately from any contact with Agency Consumers, and the removal must remain in effect pending the results of a drug/alcohol test. The alcohol test must be conducted within 8 hours of the Incident and the drug test within 32 hours. Positive test results or failure to administer the test within the prescribed time limits will result in the permanent removal of the individuals from any Agency contract work. For this provision, an accident includes, but is not limited to, an occurrence associated with the operation of a vehicle, if as a result:
Post-Accident. Any employee who is involved in an accident on the job site or in the course of job duties which involves use of vehicular equipment, heavy equipment, power tools or other dangerous instrumentality or working conditions and which results in a lost time injury or substantial property damage (generally in excess of $1000) shall be referred for a substance test unless the HU Construction Manager’s safety representative determines that the employee did not contribute to the cause of the accident or could not have avoided it. Employees shall be tested as soon as possible but no later than the end of the work day.
Post-Accident. As soon as practicable following an accident, the Village will require any surviving driver to submit to tests for alcohol and controlled substances if:
Post-Accident. All covered employees shall be tested for alcohol and drugs after accidents involving safety sensitive vehicles. An accident is defined as an incident involving a commercial motor vehicle in which there is a fatality, an injury treated away from the scene, or a citation issued for a moving traffic violation and/or a vehicle is required to be towed from the scene. Tests for alcohol use shall be conducted within two (2) hours, but in no case more than eight (8) hours of the accident, while tests for controlled substances shall be conducted within 32 hours of the accident. Employees must refrain from all alcohol and controlled substance use until the test is complete. Employees are obligated to cooperate in such testing or will be deemed to have refused. It is the employee’s responsibility to make himself/herself available for testing. Generally, the employee will be accompanied to/from the testing site by a Town of Belmont employee or supervisor.
Post-Accident. All employees are subject to post accident drug/alcohol testing as a result of being involved in an accident during work hours, during a company sponsored event on company property, and/or operating company equipment. As defined by Iowa law, following a serious or potentially serious accident or incident in which safety precautions were violated, or equipment or property was damaged, or an employee or other person was injured, or careless acts were performed by the employee. All parties involved and/or injured in the incident will be subject to drug and/or alcohol testing. An employee who is subject to post-accident drug/alcohol testing shall remain readily available for such testing or may be deemed by the company to have refused to submit to testing.
Post-Accident. An Individual Employer may require that an employee who contributed to an accident resulting in damage to plant, property or equipment or injury to him/herself or others may be tested for drugs or alcohol. IDENTIFICATION AND CONSENT PROCEDURES Reasonable Cause Testing:1. An employee may be required to submit to urine, drug or alcohol testing only if the Individual Employer has “reasonable cause” that the employee is under the influence of drugs or alcohol in violation of this Policy. The Individual Employer may order urine testing only. 2. If a management representative (preferably not in the bargaining unit) makes observations of an employee which may constitute reasonable cause for drug or alcohol testing, the supervisor shall immediately take the following actions: