Substances. It is prohibited for any person to use, sell, purchase or be under the influence of any illegal substance on Glasshouse premises (including external areas). If persons are taking prescription medication that may affect their safety or the safety of others they should refrain from undertaking any activities at the Glasshouse. The use of any prescription drug without medical direction is considered to be a breach of this policy.
Substances. All of Seller’s interest in all crude oil, natural gas, casinghead gas, drip gasoline, natural gasoline, petroleum, natural gas liquids, condensate, products, liquids and other hydrocarbons and other minerals and materials of every kind and description produced through the Wellbores and not yet past a measuring point at the Effective Time or produced from the Wellbores during the period from and after the Effective Time (such interest, the “Substances”) and all proceeds attributable thereto.
Substances. The Student shall not keep in the Property or the Common Areas (or any other property of the College) any inflammable or dangerous or offensive or illegal materials or substances. The Student will comply with the terms of the College’s Drug and Alcohol Policy. For the avoidance of doubt, a breach of this policy entitles the College to terminate this Agreement in accordance with Clause 9.
Substances. Systems presence testing is the procedure that is used to identify the presence of the following controlled substances or alcohol that may be present: (A negative initial screening test is considered a negative test.) For each of the tested drugs (amphetamines, cocaine, cannabinoids, opiates and PCP), there is an initial test used to screen urine specimen. If the initial screen is positive [at or higher than a cut-off level that comes from the federal Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)], a second or confirmatory test is done. This is a different test and is considered accurate. Detection thresholds (or cut-off level) are standards that have been established by the DHHS for each of the above drugs after years of research. These levels will be used to interpret all drug screens/tests, whether for pre-employment examination, reasonable suspicion test, post-accident test, follow up test or random test. Breath alcohol testing will be conducted by a testing contractor that uses only certified equipment and personnel. Breath alcohol concentrations exceeding .02 will be considered a verified positive. In the event of an accident where an employee has a “whole blood” alcohol drawn at a medical facility, a result equal to or greater than .02 shall be considered to be a verified positive result. An Evidentiary Breath Test (EBT) is used to confirm any initial positive test result. The Board also may add or delete substances on the list above, especially if mandated by changes in existing Federal, State or local regulations or legislation.