Serious Accident Sample Clauses

Serious Accident. Any accident in which the following circumstances concur:
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Serious Accident. Accident requiring extensive hospitalization and/or home care that disables an individual from performing his/her work duties.
Serious Accident e) Incompetency and/or unsatisfactory record.
Serious Accident. Accident involving his/her person or property, or the person or property of a member of his immediate family.
Serious Accident. Any injury to the body derived from a cause which is violent, sudden, external and unintentioned by the victim, the consequences of which impede a normal relocation from the usual place of residence thereof. INSURED LOSS Any sudden, accidental, unforeseen event which is unintentioned by the Insured Party and whose detriment is covered by the guarantees herein. The collective detriment derived from a single cause shall be considered as a single, unique loss.
Serious Accident. If someone has had a serious accident, call an ambulance and inform the guard on duty immediately.
Serious Accident. Where a driver has been found blameworthy following a serious accident a risk analysis must be carried out to understand the dangers or risks of the driver remaining on driving duties. In such circumstances consideration should be given to an external driving assessment prior to the face-to-face meeting. The outputs from the assessment will then be used to influence a review of available interventions which could restore performance. Based on the details and contributory factors of the serious accident the most effective intervention will be selected. Where managers require expert advice on specific training interventions, assistance may be sought from the Royal Mail Road Safety & Compliance Team. Action plans must be signed by both driver and manager and must be completed within 42 days of the accident occurring. Once the relevant intervention has been completed a copy of the action plan and training file must be kept in the drivers file. In cases where an assessment identifies serious driving flaws, appropriate consideration will be given to removal from driving.
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Related to Serious Accident

  • Serious Illness Should a participant be unable to take the leave when scheduled because of serious injury or illness occurring before commencement of the leave, he/she may cancel the leave and receive payment as in Article or, with the consent of the College, defer the leave to a time mutually agreeable, not to exceed one (1) year.

  • Serious Health Condition An illness, injury, impairment, or physical or mental condition which warrants the participation of a family member to provide care during a period of treatment or supervision and involves either inpatient care in a hospital, hospice or residential health care facility or continuing treatment or continuing supervision by a health care provider (e.g. physician or surgeon) as defined by state and federal law.

  • Serious Misconduct In the case of serious misconduct, or for disqualifying crimes as defined in statutes applied to the licensed provision of home care services, each Employer may in its sole discretion, for reasonable cause, bypass any one or all of the steps of progressive discipline. In the case of any form of discipline less than termination, the employee’s disciplinary action shall include a description of the conduct that is the basis for the disciplinary action(s). Each Employer will strive to identify specific corrective action(s) that the employee is expected to take to improve his/her performance.

  • Accidents and Dangerous Occurrences The Hirer must report all accidents involving injury to the public to a member of the Village Hall management committee as soon as possible and complete the relevant section in the Village Hall’s accident book. Any failure of equipment belonging to the Village Hall or brought in by the Hirer must also be reported as soon as possible. Certain types of accident or injury must be reported on a special form to the local authority. The Hall Secretary will give assistance in completing this form. This is in accordance with the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 (RIDDOR).

  • Post-Accident a. The City may require a covered employee who was involved in an event that meets any of the following criteria to submit to drug and/or alcohol testing:

  • Disaster Leave ‌ When there has been a natural disaster of a magnitude that requires the Board of Supervisors to Proclaim a County State of Emergency, the County will enact this disaster leave provision. During the proclaimed emergency period and for up to one year from the termination of the said proclamation, County employees may donate accrued compensatory time and vacation leave to other County employees who have lost work time because they have been a victim of a disaster affecting their primary residence. For up to one year from the termination of said proclamation, impacted employees may use up to 320 hours of donated leave. Such donated time will not exceed the total amount of time lost by the receiving employee including vacation, compensatory time used and any unpaid leave incurred. Unused donated time at the expiration of the leave provision period will be returned to the donor.

  • Infectious Disease Where an employee produces documentary evidence that:

  • Vandalism Or Malicious Mischief This peril does not include loss to property on the "residence premises", and any ensuing loss caused by any intentional and wrongful act com- mitted in the course of the vandalism or malicious mischief, if the dwelling has been vacant for more than 60 consecutive days immediately before the loss. A dwelling being constructed is not consid- ered vacant.

  • Accidents If a death, serious personal injury or substantial property damage occurs in connection with CONTRACTOR’s performance of this Agreement, CONTRACTOR shall immediately notify Mendocino County Risk Manager's Office by telephone. CONTRACTOR shall promptly submit to COUNTY a written report, in such form as may be required by COUNTY of all accidents which occur in connection with this Agreement. This report must include the following information: (1) name and address of the injured or deceased person(s); (2) name and address of CONTRACTOR's sub-contractor, if any; (3) name and address of CONTRACTOR's liability insurance carrier; and (4) a detailed description of the accident and whether any of COUNTY's equipment, tools, material, or staff were involved.

  • Safety, breakdowns and accidents 17.5.1 The Concessionaire shall ensure safe conditions for the Users and passengers, and in the event of unsafe conditions, it shall follow the relevant operating procedures and undertake removal of obstruction and debris without delay. Such procedures shall conform to the provisions of this Agreement, Applicable Laws, Applicable Permits and Good Industry Practice.

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