Reasonable Adjustments. (a) Where Employees have a disability (whether permanent or temporary) the Employer is required to make reasonable adjustments to enable the Employee to continue to perform their duties, subject to subclause 63.2(b) below.
Reasonable Adjustments. Under the 2010 Equality Act, screening providers have a legal duty to make reasonable adjustments to make sure services are accessible to disabled people as well as everybody else. Screening providers must follow the Accessible Information Standard by law. The standard aims to make sure that people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss are provided with information they can easily read or understand with support, so they can communicate effectively with health and social care services. As part of the Accessible Information Standard, screening providers must do 5 things.
Reasonable Adjustments. Reasonable adjustments include unknown or unique items whether favorable or unfavorable to the calculation of the performance goal as determined by the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors. Examples include, but are not limited to, acquisitions, partnerships, divestitures, changes in tax law or other regulation changes.
Reasonable Adjustments. As at all times we will make reasonable adjustments as appropriate for our individual pupil needs. Behaviour plans will continue to include reasonable adjustments when appropriate. These adjustments will be in line with the current government guidance around social distancing and the guidance on the implementation of protective measures. For full details of these- please see our school website and Covid Risk assessment.
Reasonable Adjustments are those adjustments made to remove barriers preventing people from integrating into the workplace. The duty to provide reasonable adjustments is a positive duty to remove any barriers or provide extra support to disabled employees in the workplace and for applicants during the recruitment process. Failure to make that adjustment may amount to discrimination. (See Appendix 1 for further guidance).
Reasonable Adjustments. 11.1 Where information obtained by the College indicates that a Student has a disability, the Executive Principal, or their delegate, will consult with the Applicant and the Student to determine whether the disability would affect the Student’s ability to participate in or derive substantial benefit from the educational program at the College.
Reasonable Adjustments to determine whether the disability would affect the child’s ability to participate the nature of the child’s disability; disability affects the child’s ability to participate; on the child, including the child’s the College’s financial circumstances and the estimated amount of the impact of the adjustments on the College’s capacity to provide the nature of the child’s disability, his or her preferre
Reasonable Adjustments. Reasonable adjustments will be made by the school for students with a disability or health condition to ensure equal access to teaching and learning as set out in the Disability Discrimination Act 1992. Reasonable adjustments ensure that people with a disability or health condition have access to and participate in the academic, occupational, and social activities of the school. The adjustments will be recommended in line with legislative guidelines and are directly related to up-to-date medical or other documentation provided by the student. These adjustments may include: • explicit adjustments, including targeted or differentiated teaching, assessments, or activities; • specific and relevant teaching strategies to support targeted areas of communication; • active monitoring and supervision, meeting health, personal care, and safety requirements; • enabling access to learning through a differentiated approach to teaching and learning and modifications to buildings and learning environments. Code of Conduct At Xxxxxxx Island Village School, relationships are the cornerstone of our community. We value kind and respectful communication and behaviour between all members of the community and expect parents / carers / guardians to communicate with each other, staff, students and visitors to the school with a high level of self-awareness and kindness, and in a way that contributes to an environment which is safe, positive and supportive for everyone. When attending the school or any school-related event, parents / guardians / carers must: • be mindful to communicate respectfully to, and about, all members of the community; • refrain from actions and behaviour that may be construed as bullying, harassment, discrimination or vilification; • not smoke on school grounds within four metres of any entrance (in accordance with Victorian Law); • not attend school, or any external school event, if intoxicated by alcohol or under the influence of illicit drugs or other substances; • never bring illicit drugs on school grounds or to any external school event; • show proper care and regard for school property, the property of others and occupational health and safety concerns. When communicating (written, verbal or other) to anyone in the school community, parents / guardians / carers must: • ensure they are courteous and respectful at all times; • ensure that relationships with students are respectful, inclusive, and appropriate for the school context; • ensure that physic...