Return to Work Committee Sample Clauses

Return to Work Committee. The Hospital and the Association are committed to a consistent, fair approach to meeting the needs of disabled workers, to restoring them to work which is meaningful for them and valuable to the Hospital, and to meeting the partiesresponsibilities under the law. To that end, the Hospital and the Association agree to cooperate in facilitating the return to work of disabled employees.
Return to Work Committee. The purpose and mandate of the Return to Work Committee is to develop and oversee a return to work process that will facilitate and assist with the reintegration of workers returning to work following serious injuries or illnesses. The committee shall operate in a manner consistent with the terms of the Collective Agreement and the intent and requirements of legislation such as the Occupational Health and Safety Act, the Employment Standards Act, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code. The terms of reference for the Return to Work Committee shall be attached to the Collective Agreement as “Appendix G”.
Return to Work Committee. The Company agrees to maintain its commitment by accommodating or providing modified work in accordance with the Guelph Products Collins & Aikman – Early & Safe Return to Work Policy
Return to Work Committee. 1. A Return to Work Committee will be the means by which the Company and the Union work together to administer the Modified/Transitional Work Program. The Committee consists of three (3) Union and three (3) Management representatives. The Committee may resource other personnel as necessary.
Return to Work Committee. The Employer and the Union are committed to a consistent, fair approach to meeting the needs of employees with disabilities, to restoring them to work which is meaningful for them and valuable to the Employer and meets the parties responsibilities under the law. The parties agree that they all have an obligation to assist employees with disabilities who are unable to perform their normal duties on a permanent basis to find suitable employment which maximizes the use of their skills and, where possible, maintains their earnings potential. In order to do this, the Employer will seek suitable employment opportunities in consultation with the Union and the employee. To that end, the Employer and the Union agree to cooperate in facilitating the return to work of employees with disabilities. The Employer and the Union agree that ongoing monitoring and timely communication by all participants is essential to the success of the process. For the purposes of expediting communication, the Employer and Union agree that participants will use electronic communication where available.
Return to Work Committee. 6.08 (a) The Board agrees to establish a committee comprised of two (2) representative of the Union and two (2) representative of the Board. Where so requested by an injured worker, the committee's terms of reference will be to make recommendations to affected employees and the Board regarding employment opportunities for injured workers, including modifications to the existing jobs and descriptions of other jobs appropriate to such employees' capabilities. The committee will take into account:
Return to Work Committee. ‌ The Hospital and the Union are committed to a consistent, fair approach to meeting the needs of disabled workers, to restoring them to work which is meaningful for them and valuable to the Hospital, and to meeting the parties’ responsibilities under the law. To that end, the Hospital and the Union agree to cooperate in facilitating the return to work of disabled employees. The Hospital and the Union agree that ongoing and timely communication by all participants in this process is essential to the success of the process. The Hospital and the Union agree that all participants will use electronic communication and other communication processes where possible to expedite communication. A Return to Work Committee will be established and will be comprised of the employee, a Union Return to Work representative, an Occupational Health officer and if required, the employee’s manager, a Human Resources representative and a CUPE staff representative. Where a disabled employee has obtained medical clearance from her treating physician to return to work and has verification of her ability to return to work including information regarding any restrictions, the employee will advise the Occupational Health officer that she wishes to return to work. The employee will provide the Employer with this written verification and copy of restrictions. When a returning employee is in need of modified work, the Hospital will consult with the Union Return to work representative the parties shall decide whether a meeting of the Return to Work Committee is necessary. It is acknowledged that not all requests for modified work shall necessitate meeting(s) of the Committee. When required, the Committee will meet as soon as practicable to develop and implement a return to work plan. In developing a return to work plan, the Committee will examine the disabled employee`s abilities and accommodation needs to determine if the employee can return to his/her: • Original position; • Original unit; • Original unit/position with modifications to the work area and/or equipment and/or work arrangement; • Alternate positions outside the original unit; • Alternate positions outside the bargaining unit. The Committee will review the progress of the employee on modified work as required. Time spent attending return to work meetings will be considered time worked. The Hospital will provide updated information to the Return to Work Committee before each meeting including a list of the following:
Return to Work Committee. (a) A joint Return-to-Work Committee shall develop and guide the Return-to-Work Program. The RTW Committee shall be of equal representation; two members designated each by the Union and the City Manager, facilitated by Human Resources. Health care professionals deemed essential by the Committee may be utilized. Members should be knowledgeable of obligations and responsibilities associated with return-to-work, have an understanding of the challenges often experienced by workers in returning after an absence, and appreciate the benefits of return-to-work and the full range of costs associated with workplace absences.
Return to Work Committee. ‌ The Health Centre will notify C.U.P.E., Local #1943 of the names of all members of the Bargaining Unit off work due to work related injury (whether or not the members are in receipt of WSIB Benefits) and those on LTD, on a monthly basis.