Safe Working Environment. ACM does everything reasonably possible to provide a safe working environment for all of its stakeholders including Suppliers and its own employees and agents. ACM does not tolerate offensive, abusive, bullying, discriminatory or otherwise unlawful behaviour or any form of harassment (“Offending Behaviour”). If a Supplier engages in Offending Behaviour, ACM may suspend or terminate this Milk Supply Agreement.
Safe Working Environment. The University and the Union agree that the safety of all employees is a matter of utmost importance. It is the responsibility of the University to provide safe working conditions, equipment, and work methods for its employees. The University agrees to continue to comply with health and safety standards provided for in applicable state and federal statutes. The University and the Union further agree that it is the bargaining unit member’s responsibility to follow University health and safety policies which may include the wearing of personal protective equipment and the mandatory attendance at training sessions. It is recognized by the parties that any violation of University safety policies may result in disciplinary action by the University in accordance with Article 9.
Safe Working Environment. (a) Each AFL Club, as the employer of Players, has obligations under the Occupational Health and Safety legislation in the respective States to take all reasonable steps to protect the health and safety of Players at work. Each AFL Club shall set up appropriate workplace consultative procedures involving Players and other employees consistent with relevant Occupational Health and Safety legislation to progress health and safety issues.
Safe Working Environment. The University shall provide a working environment which does not endanger the health or safety of any GA. GAs shall notify the University of any safety or health concerns and the University will evaluate and, if necessary, institute appropriate remedial action. GAs will follow all safety protocols of the University.
Safe Working Environment. 19 The District shall provide a safe and healthy working environment for all employees so employees shall not 20 be required to work under unsafe or hazardous conditions or to perform tasks which endanger their health, 21 safety or well-being. When an unsafe or hazardous condition is reported to the District, the concern will be 22 acted upon in a timely manner. If there is a disagreement as to the existence of an unsafe or hazardous 23 condition, either party may refer the matter to an outside agency. 24
Safe Working Environment. After first attempting to resolve the matter through the building principal, employees shall then refer unresolved complaints regarding their safety and health in the work environment to the Labor Management Committee. The Committee shall attempt to find a mutually-agreeable resolution to the issue.