Prescribed Medication Sample Clauses

Prescribed Medication. Employees who, under a physician's care and prescription, use a controlled substance (except for methadone which is banned under these circumstances), shall carry the substance in the original container, name of the doctor prescribing the contents and pharmacist's identification thereon, and may be required to provide documentation from said physician. Any employees using a prescription drug that could potentially impair the employee's fitness for duty, shall inform the Medical Review Officer (MRO) at of such drug use. The MRO shall advise the Project Manager only if the use of the prescription drug could impair the employee's fitness for duty. For the safety of all employees, VWI'JA may place employees using an impairing prescription drug in a less hazardous job assignment or place them on temporary medical leave until certified by the MRO as fit for duty. VWNA reserves the right to have its MRO:
Prescribed Medication. Narnians is able to administer any medication during sessions. Any medication administered by the school during the school day will be passed to the Narnians Manager to be handed back to the parent / carer.

Related to Prescribed Medication

  • Medication ‌ An employee who reports to work after using physician prescribed medication which has caused physiological or psychological effects negatively affecting job performance and safety shall advise his/her supervisor of the medication and its effects before commencing or continuing work.

  • Prescription The Notes, Receipts and Coupons will become void unless presented for payment within a period of 10 years (in the case of principal) and five years (in the case of interest) after the Relevant Date (as defined in Condition 8) therefor. There shall not be included in any Coupon sheet issued on exchange of a Talon any Coupon the claim for payment in respect of which would be void pursuant to this Condition or Condition 6(b) or any Talon which would be void pursuant to Condition 6(b).

  • Medications ‌ Management agrees that the administration of medications shall be conducted in compliance with state regulations and applicable State Practice Acts. Management shall enforce state laws concerning the administration of medications.

  • Prescription Safety Glasses Prescription safety glasses will be furnished by the employer. The employer retains the authority to establish reasonable rules and procedures regarding frequency of issue, replacement of damaged glasses, limits on reimbursement costs and coordination with the employer’s vision plan.

  • Prescriptions and bottles of these medications may be sought by other individuals with chemical dependency and should be closely safeguarded. It is expected that you will take the highest possible degree of care with your medication and prescriptions. They should not be left where others might see or otherwise have access to them.

  • Medical Services As used in this Agreement, the term Medical Services shall mean those medical services that the Provider, is permitted to perform under the laws of the State of Washington and that are consistent with his/her training and experience as a family medicine provider, as the case may be. Patient shall also be entitled to an annual in-depth “wellness examination and evaluation,” which shall be performed by the Provider The Provider may from time to time, be unavailable to provide the services referred to above in this paragraph 1 due to vacations, sick days, and other similar situations. During these times, Patients’ calls to the Provider, or to the Providers’ office, will be directed to the “covering” Provider during his/her absence. RediMedi Clinic & House Calls, PLLC. will make every effort to arrange for coverage but cannot guarantee such coverage.

  • Prescription Drugs The agreement may impose a variety of limits affecting the scope or duration of benefits that are not expressed numerically. An example of these types of treatments limit is preauthorization. Preauthorization is applied to behavioral health services in the same way as medical benefits. The only exception is except where clinically appropriate standards of care may permit a difference. Mental disorders are covered under Section A. Mental Health Services. Substance use disorders are covered under Section

  • Primary Care Clinic Employees and each of their covered dependents must individually elect a primary care clinic within the network of providers offered by the plan administrator chosen by the employee. Employees and their dependents may elect to change clinics within their clinic’s Benefit Level as often as the plan administrator permits and as outlined above.

  • Prescription Drug Plan Effective July 1, 2011, retail and mail order prescription drug copays for bargaining unit employees shall be as follows: Type of Drug Prescriptions for 1-45 Days (1 copay) Prescriptions for 46-90 Days (2 copays) Generic drug $10 $20 Preferred brand name drug $25 $50 Non-preferred brand name drug $40 $80 Effective July 1, 2011, for each plan year the Prescription Drug annual out-of- pocket copay maximum shall be $1,000 for individual coverage and $1,500 for employee and spouse, employee and child, or employee and family coverage.

  • Medical Services Plan 10.1.1 Regular Full-Time and Temporary Full-Time Employees shall be entitled to be covered under the Medical Services Plan commencing the first day of the calendar month following the date of employment.