Substance Abuse Policy. 6.6.1. Labor and Management are committed to providing employees with a drug-free and alcohol-free workplace. It is the goal to protect the health and safety of employees and to promote a productive workplace, and protect the reputation of Labor and Management and the employees.
Substance Abuse Policy. 23 .1 The Union and Employer are committed to providing employees with a drug-free and alcohol-free workplace . It is the goal to protect the health and safe- ty of employees and to promote a productive work- place, and protect the reputation of Labor and Man- agement and the employees . Consistent with those goals, the Employer prohibits the use, manufacture, possession, distribution or sale, at its employment sites, of drugs, drug paraphernalia or alcohol . A program of urine testing, pursuant to the Substance Abuse Program, may be instituted, upon mutual consent of Labor and Management which con- sent shall not unreasonably be withheld, to monitor compliance with this policy . The Substance Abuse Program is contained in a sep- arate addendum to this Collective Bargaining Agree- ment . Drug testing shall be handled through a third party administered “Clean Card” system, paid for in its en- tirety by management . Management and labor have named a sub-committee to develop the program .
Substance Abuse Policy. It is the responsibility of all affected employees to cooperate to protect the lives, personal safety and property of co-workers and fellow citizens. The parties hereto and all affected employees shall take all reasonable steps to accomplish these goals and to minimize potential dangers. It is in the best interest of the City, the Association, employees and the public to ensure that employees do not appear for work under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or possess illegal substances or alcohol while at work, because such conduct is likely to result in reduced productivity, an unsafe working environment, poor morale and increased potential liability to the City. "Under the influence of drugs" means the knowing use of any illegal substances or knowing misuse of a prescribed, or other intoxicating drug in a manner and to a degree that substantially impairs the employee's work performance or the ability to use City property or equipment safely. The City pays for an Employee Assistance Program for employees who have problems with drugs and/or alcohol. The City and the Association agree that every effort shall be made by the City to refer employees who have such problems to this counseling service for assistance. The City may, upon showing of reasonable suspicion that this policy is being violated, compel an employee who appears to be unable to perform any portion of his/her job to submit to a medical examination on City time and at the City's expense, which includes drug or alcohol screening. Refusal to submit to the test may be deemed insubordination and may subject the employee to discipline, up to and including termination. Nothing contained herein shall limit the City's right to discipline or discharge any employee.
Substance Abuse Policy. The Company and the Union are committed to providing employees with a drug-free and alcohol-free workplace. It is our goal to protect the health and safety of employees and to promote a productive workplace, and to protect the reputation of the Company, Union and employees. Consistent with these goals; the Company prohibits the use, possession, distribution or sale of drugs, drug paraphernalia or alcohol on the premises. A program of testing, if necessary to comply with Federal and State regulations, will be instituted upon mutual consent of the Company and the Union. Testing through urinalysis may be conducted immediately on any employee where there is reasonable suspicion of drug or alcohol use or abuse. Pre-employment drug testing is a condition of employment. The Company and the Union are committed to providing employees with a drug-free and alcohol- free workplace. It is our goal to protect the health and safety of employees and to promote a productive workplace, and protect the reputation of the Company, Union and employees. The Company has the existing right to require employees to submit to health examinations in the following circumstances: for any workplace health issues, such as workplace injury or as may be required by the contracting or Government authority. For the safety of all workplace personnel, the Company has the existing right to require employees to undergo drug and/or alcohol screening if reasonable suspicion exists that an employee is using or under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. Health examinations required by the Company or Government shall occur during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except where the Company or government determines workplace safety interests are better served if the examination is conducted outside these hours. Drug and/or alcohol screening will take place as soon as possible after a safety incident or the Employer has reasonable suspicion that an employee is using or under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. Bargaining unit employees shall be compensated at their normal hourly rate (inclusive of shift differential, premium pays or OWW) for time spent in an examination or drug/alcohol screening required by the Company or Government.
Substance Abuse Policy. 10.1 The dangers and costs that alcohol and other chemical abuses can create in the electrical contracting industry in terms of safety and productivity are significant. The parties to this Agreement resolve to combat chemical abuse in any form and agree that, to be effective, programs to eliminate substance abuse and impairment should contain a strong rehabilitation component. The local parties recognize that the implementation of a drug and alcohol policy and program must be subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Such policies and programs must also be administered in accordance with accepted scientific principles, and must incorporate procedural safeguards to ensure fairness in application and protection of legitimate interests of privacy and confidentiality. To provide a drug-free workforce for the Electrical Construction Industry, each IBEW local union and NECA chapter shall implement an area-wide Substance Abuse Testing Policy. The policy shall include minimum standards as required by the IBEW and NECA. Should any of the required minimum standards fail to comply with federal, state, and/or local laws and regulations, they shall be modified by the local union and chapter to meet the requirements of those laws and regulations.
Substance Abuse Policy. In keeping with Contractor's intention to provide a safe working environment for all of its employees, Contractor has established a Substance Abuse Policy for its employees and Subcontractors working at any Contractor jobsite, including the separate jobsites for Contractor’s joint venture partners: Webcor and Obayashi. A copy of our Substance Abuse Policy which includes testing with reasonable cause, is available for review at any Contractor’s jobsite or corporate office. In summary, any employee or Subcontractor's employee found to possess, sell, or use drugs/alcohol or any controlled substance at any Contractor jobsite will be subject to immediate termination even for a first violation. It is the responsibility of all employees and Subcontractors to enforce this policy, including immediate termination of any individual found possessing, selling, or using drugs/alcohol while on a Contractor jobsite and reporting same to the President. THERE WILL BE NO
Substance Abuse Policy. Supplier represents and warrants that it has and will maintain substance abuse policies, in each case in conformance with applicable Laws, and Supplier Personnel will be subject to such policies. Supplier represents and warrants that it shall require its Subcontractors and Affiliates providing Services to have and maintain such policy in conformance with applicable Law and to adhere to this provision.
Substance Abuse Policy. It is the Company's policy (the "Policy") that none of its employees shall use or abuse any controlled substances at any time (other than those medications lawfully prescribed by a medical doctor in a reasonable diagnosis and which do not interfere with the Employee's capacity to perform his or her obligations under this Agreement) or be under the influence of alcohol or be affected by the Use of alcohol during the time period required to perform their duties and obligations under any employment agreements. Company and Physician both acknowledge and agree that the purpose of this Policy is for the benefit of the Company, the Physician and the individuals whom they serve. In compliance with this Policy, during the Term and any Renewal Terms Physician agrees to submit to random drug testing immediately upon the Company's request. Testing may include, but shall not be limited to, the taking of blood and urine samples and utilization of gas chromatography. In the event that a positive test result is reached indicating a violation of the Company's Policy, the Physician may, at his own expense and subject to the supervision and approval of the Company of the manner and testing facilities utilized, elect to have a second drug test performed, at a time which is no longer than two days after the initial positive results were received by the Company and the Employee. The Company may, in its sole and absolute discretion, terminate the Physician for cause pursuant to Section 10(c) of this Agreement in the event either: (i) a positive test result is received in the initial drug test and the Physician fails to exercise his option for a second test in the manner provided for in this Section; or, (ii) positive test results are received from both tests. In the event that the second test result is negative, the Company may, at any time, retest the Physician pursuant to the terms of this Section.