Recording Devices Sample Clauses

Recording Devices. No recording device, stenographic or other record shall be used during questioning by either party unless the other party is advised in advance. If the questioning is recorded by the Employer, the employee may request a transcript at the employee’s expense. The employee shall be supplied a copy of the record at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date of arbitration. The cost of the transcript shall be borne by the employee requesting a copy of the transcript.
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Recording Devices. In facilities where video surveillance equipment is maintained, the Employer shall post a sign identifying the presence of video sur- veillance where employees enter the facility.
Recording Devices. Recording devices are a tool to assist in providing a safe and secure education environment for students and staff. Recordings may be used like any other evidence in cases involving safety concerns or employee discipline. Videos will not be used by supervisors for the general purpose of monitoring employee performance without prior notice to employee and union. Recordings may be used for discipline consistent with the just cause provisions of this Agreement. Prior to disciplining an employee based on video evidence, the employee shall have the opportunity to view the video. Videos will not be kept for longer than 30 days, in accordance with Board policy, unless the evidence is for a current and active investigation.
Recording Devices. The Parties agree that no recording devices of any kind shall be permitted to be utilized during Step 1, 2, or 3 of the grievance procedure.
Recording Devices. Employees must get written permission from administration and students’ families before audio or video recording any lessons. All lessons recorded are the property of the school district and shall not be sold. Videos shall not be shared with anyone outside of the school district, with the exception of videos used for National Board Certification with appropriate permission from the current students’ families. If the recording is used online or otherwise shared beyond school staff, it must be redacted of all personally identifiable student information. As these recordings are the property of the District, they may be used as evidence/artifacts for evaluation and/or discipline as appropriate.
Recording Devices. Without prior knowledge and approval of the teacher, no recording and/or listening device may be used for evaluation purposes in a classroom.
Recording Devices. No recording device, stenographic or other record shall be used during questioning unless the Employee is advised in advance. If the questioning is recorded, the Employee may request a copy.
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Recording Devices. No mechanical or electronic device will be used in any classroom to listen to, view, photograph, film, televise, video, or otherwise record or transmit the proceedings in the class without the knowledge and consent of the unit member involved, nor shall the District authorize the use of such device. The parties recognize and agree that electronic recording devices may be required and used in order to assist hearing-impaired students or students with perceptual and/or physical disabilities and that the audio security system may be tested at any time. In such cases, the regularly assigned unit member involved shall be informed of such uses prior to the implementation of the use of the device as is reasonable and practicable. Such devices shall not be used in the evaluation procedures set forth in this CBA.
Recording Devices. There shall be no electronic recording devices used by either party.
Recording Devices. A. Except as authorized by law, mechanical/electronic recording devices shall not be used in a teacher's class, unless the teacher, with the knowledge and consent of the appropriate administrator, has granted permission. Such permission shall be non-precedential.
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