Excellence excellence is the result of always striving to do better. This is represented by constant improvements to the way in which we deliver our services, which results in a high performing health service. • Respect – we demonstrate respect through our actions and behaviours. By showing each other respect, in turn we earn respect. • Integrity – integrity is doing the right thing, knowing it is what we do when people aren’t looking that is a true reflection of who we are. • Collaboration – collaboration represents working together in partnership to achieve sustainable health care outcomes for our community with a shared understanding of our priorities. • Accountability – together we have a shared responsibility for ensuring the best health care outcomes for our community. This is a reminder that it is not only our actions, but also the actions we do not do, for which we are accountable. Brief Summary of Duties (in order of importance)
PRODUCTIVITY For the duration of this Agreement, VCPPOA and Management agree to jointly support efforts to increase efficiency, effectiveness, productivity, and economy in all operations through improving methods, reducing waste, and in exploring and implementing change that will contribute to sound, effective, economical County government.
Motivation There are new IR applications launched every day (e.g. online shops, enterprise search, domain- specific information services), which often require substantial investments. IR systems are com- plex: made up of pipelines of heterogeneous components. They are used together with other technologies, for example, natural language processing, recommender systems, dialogue systems, etc., and they serve complex user tasks in a wide range of contexts. However, each new instanti- ation of these applications can only be evaluated retrospectively. There is a growing need to predict the expected performance of a method for an application before it is implemented and to have more sophisticated design techniques that allow us to ensure that IR systems meet expected performance in given operational conditions. We cannot postpone any further the development of techniques for explaining and predicting performance, if we wish to be able to improve and make more effective the way in which we design IR systems in order to keep pace with the challenges the systems have to address.
Leadership Develop strong joint leadership, shift to coaching style of leadership and share information, including financial data.
Workforce A. The Contractor shall employ only orderly and competent workers, skilled in the performance of the services which they will perform under the Contract.
Focus The focus of the nursing role is responding to the health needs of individuals, families and communities. The registered nurse is responsible for assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of consumer care. Specific Skills • Initiating, maintaining and terminating therapeutic relationships • Comprehensive training in psychiatric illness and a broad knowledge of physical health disorders • Comprehensive assessment skills • Ability to manage clinical risk • A broad based pharmacological knowledge • Knowledge, skills and training of crisis intervention strategies • Knowledge and understanding of the medico-legal and ethical aspects of mental health care • Knowledge of human development across the life span • An ability to work as a primary nurse/case manager • Coordinating the processes of care with the consumer and others involved in providing care • Effective communication strategies with consumers, families, communities, and within the multi-disciplinary team • Ability to document to professional and legal standards Specific Assessments • Comprehensive assessment – may include but not be limited to the following assessments - physical, mental, spiritual, educational cultural, and emotional health, and safety/risk factors at an individual, family and community level • Monitoring of medication – effects, side effects and barrier to people taking medication Specific Interventions • Initiating, maintaining and terminating therapeutic relationships • A range of psychosocial interventions to assist the consumer towards Recovery • Administering and monitoring medication • Crisis and rehabilitative interventions • Linking consumers with systems that provide resources and services within other health services or the community in line with discharge planning • Education around personal health, mental and physical illness, health promotion and maintenance, healthy lifestyles and medication • Managing complex and rapidly changing situations within an individual or an environment • Broad range of interventions using the principles of the following – (may include but not be limited to), cognitive and behavioural therapies, family work, solution focused and crisis intervention therapies Specific Responsibilities
Geometric visibility The visibility of the illuminating surface, including its visibility in areas which do not appear to be illuminated in the direction of observation considered, shall be ensured within a divergent space defined by generating lines based on the perimeter of the illuminating surface and forming an angle of not less than 5° with the axis of reference of the headlamp. The origin of the angles of geometric visibility is the perimeter of the projection of the illuminating surface on a transverse plane tangent to the foremost part of the lens of the headlamp.
Strategy As an organization without operational services (fuel, maintenance, etc.), and in consideration that the majority of potential issues come from boat maintenance whereby the boats are personal property, the predominant strategy will be the minimization of on-site waste. With this approach, the organization will have minimal potential impact on the environment and reduce regulatory risk. To accomplish this, requirements will be established by policy, periodic communications shall occur, and audits will be utilized to provide feedback for improvement.
Aims The Parties agree to pursue the following aims: [amend to reflect local aims as appropriate] • Providing opportunities for the local community and sports organisations to participate in sport and physical activity for health improvement and development of their skills, particularly amongst low participant groups; • Operating in line with the national agenda for sport taking into account nationally adopted strategies; • Generating positive attitudes in sport and physical activity by young people and reducing the drop out rate in sports participation with age; • Increasing the number of people of all ages and abilities participating in sport and physical activity including people with disabilities;