Tobacco Products Sample Clauses

Tobacco Products. Subscribers enrolled in this plan with an effective date on or after May 1, 2016 are billed their subscriber fee based upon whether they have used tobacco products in the previous twelve (12) months. The subscriber fee for a subscriber that does not use tobacco products is lower than the subscriber fee for a subscriber that uses tobacco products. To be eligible for the non-tobacco subscriber fee, you must complete an attestation. Please call the Medicare Concierge Team to request a Tobacco Attestation form. Contact information is in Section 9. The non-tobacco subscriber fee will be effective on the first of the month following receipt of the Tobacco Attestation form if the form is returned to us by the 15th day of the prior month. We may discontinue this non- tobacco use subscriber fee, in our discretion, concurrent with an Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner (OHIC) filed and approved subscriber fee rate change. We will provide prior written notice of such discontinuance to you. Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) You can have a $2.00 per month discount applied to your subscriber fee by paying your subscriber fee through an electronic funds transfer (EFT). Funds are withdrawn electronically from your checking or savings account. To have the $2.00 EFT monthly discount applied, you must complete an EFT form and submit it us by the 13th day of month prior to your chosen effective date. Please call the Medicare Concierge Team to request an EFT form be sent to you. Contact information is in Section 9.
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Tobacco Products. All employees hired after September 1, 2016 are not permitted to use tobacco products on or off duty.
Tobacco Products. DISTRICT agrees not to sell or dispense any tobacco products for public or private consumption on the premises during the event.
Tobacco Products. Possession or use of tobacco products/e-cigarettes, vapes while in school buildings, on school premises, on school buses, or at school- sanctioned events shall be handled according to the number of offenses. If the school has reason to suspect the contents of a vaping device has an illegal substance contained therein, the school must follow the guidelines set forth for suspicion of drug possession.
Tobacco Products. All employees who were hired into OCFA’s Firefighter Unit after September 1, 2016, and who are subsequently promoted into the Chief Officers Association after July 1, 2020, are not permitted to use tobacco products on duty.
Tobacco Products. 47.1 ANAHEIM and the AFA agree that all employees hired after February 1, 1988 (02-01-88), in classifications listed in Appendix "A", as a condition of employment with ANAHEIM agree to not use tobacco products at any time during their tenure.
Tobacco Products. The University prohibits the use of all forms of Tobacco Products on property that is owned, operated, leased, occupied, or controlled by the University (buildings and structures, sidewalks, parking lots, walkways and attached parking structures owned or controlled by the University, and all University-owned vehicles). The definition of Tobacco products for the purposes of this policy includes, but is not limited to, cigarettes (of any kind including herbal/spice cigarettes), cigars, pipes, water pipes (hookah), bidis, kreteks, electronic nicotine delivery systems (includes electronic cigarettes), smokeless tobacco, snuff, chewing tobacco, and any other tobacco product.
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Tobacco Products. Effective January 1, 1999, no new hire shall be permitted to use or possess tobacco products of any kind “on duty” and/or “off duty.”
Tobacco Products. Effective January 1, 2001, the use or possession of tobacco products by employees is prohibited during the performance of their duties or while on the premises of any Department of Correction facility. This prohibition does not apply to the otherwise lawful possession or use of tobacco products in an employee’s personal motor vehicle or in the parking lot of a DOC facility. The parties agree that between January 1, 2001 and December 31, 2001, no employee shall receive discipline in excess of a verbal warning for a good faith violation of this policy. This Section, however, does not modify the current smoking prohibition set forth in M.G.L. Chapter 32, Section 94.
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