USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE. 1. An employee may use reasonable and appropriate physical force upon a minor when and to the extent it is necessary and appropriate to maintain discipline or promote the welfare of the minor.
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USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE. Within 18 months of the effective date, and annually thereafter, all security staff will receive training on the updated Use of Physical Force policy, including training in conflict resolution, management of assaultive behavior, and approved uses of force that minimize the risk of injury to youth and staff. All training shall include each staff member’s demonstration of the approved techniques and require that staff meet the minimum standards for competency established by the method.
USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE. It is recognized that when discipline problems occur, they may most constructively be dealt with by encouragement, praise, and emphasis upon the child's desirable characteristics. However, teachers have authority to use physical force in circumstances allowed under the Section 1312 of the Michigan Revised School Code.
USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE. In the event of an incident involving physical force, by or against a teacher, the teacher shall:
USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE. 1. A teacher who uses physical force upon a student which is not in compliance with the provisions of the Revised School Code shall be disciplined. The Revised School Code provides that a teacher may use reasonable physical force upon a student as may be necessary to (a) restrain or remove a pupil whose behavior is interfering with the orderly exercise and performance of school district functions within a school or at a school-related activity, if that pupil has refused to comply with a request to refrain from further disruptive acts;(b)for self-defense or the defense of another;
USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE. Any administrator, teacher, or other school employee entrusted with the care and supervision of a minor may use reasonable and appropriate physical force upon the minor to the extent reasonably necessary and appropriate to maintain order. Similar physical force will be appropriate in self-defense, in the defense of other students and school personnel, and to prevent or terminate the commission of theft or criminal damage to the property of the District or the property of persons lawfully on the premises of the District. The threat or use of physical force is not justified in response to verbal provocation alone, nor when the degree of physical force used exceeds that necessary to avoid injury to persons or to preserve property at risk. (JK-R)
USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE. A faculty member in the performance of his/her duty may use such force as is necessary to protect himself/herself from attack, to prevent injury to another faculty member or student, and to enable him/her to perform properly his/her duties.
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USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE a. SPD Rules and Regulations governing the use of force, specifically, Vol. 1, Art. 4, Sections 2-6, is hereby incorporated by reference into this MOU and should any of the SPD Rules and Regulations change on the use of force during the term of this MOU, such changes are incorporated by reference without requiring the parties to modify or amend this MOU.


  • Use of Likeness As part of the consideration for this Housing Agreement, Resident authorizes Owner and its affiliates to make photographs and video recordings of Resident in community and resident amenity areas, and irrevocably grants Owner and its affiliates a royalty-free license to use Resident’s image and likeness for all lawful purposes, including promotional purposes in advertising, video, web, social media and other formats.

  • Use of PTO 10.5.1 PTO may be used as soon as it is earned, up to the amount accrued in the pay period immediately preceding the time off, in accordance with the provisions of this Article. PTO may not be used in advance of its accrual, on regularly scheduled days off, or to claim pay for time lost due to tardiness.

  • Use of Paid Leave ‌ With the approval of the Appointing Authority, employees will be allowed to utilize accrued sick leave, personal holiday or vacation leave when on authorized leave without pay due to illness or injury.

  • Use of Site 4.13.1 The Contractor shall confine operations at the site to areas permitted by law, including areas designated for operations or prohibited from operations by any applicable permit and or regulation, ordinances, permits and the Contract Documents and shall not unreasonably encumber the site with any materials or equipment.

  • Use of Software Any software that is available on the Services ("Software") is the copyrighted work of Red Hat and/or its licensors. Copying or reproducing the Software to any other server or location for further reproduction or redistribution is strictly prohibited, unless such reproduction or redistribution is permitted by a license agreement accompanying such Software. You may not create derivative works of the Software, or attempt to decompile or reverse-engineer the Software unless otherwise permitted by law. Use of the Software is subject to the license terms of any license agreement that may accompany or is provided with the Software. You may not download any Software until you have read and accepted the terms of the accompanying software license. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, THE SOFTWARE IS WARRANTED, IF AT ALL, ONLY ACCORDING TO THE TERMS OF THE SEPARATE LICENSE AGREEMENT ACCOMPANYING THE SOFTWARE. EXCEPT AS WARRANTED IN SUCH LICENSE AGREEMENT, RED HAT, ITS PARENT, SUBSIDIARY, AND AFFILIATE COMPANIES, AND ITS LICENSORS DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS WITH REGARD TO THE SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.

  • Use of Hazardous Materials Lessee shall not cause or permit any Hazardous Materials to be brought upon, kept or used in, on or about the Project by Lessee, its agents, employees, contractors, licensee, guests, visitors or invitees without the prior written consent of Lessor. Lessor shall not unreasonably withhold such consent so long as Lessee demonstrates to Lessor's reasonable satisfaction that such Hazardous Materials are necessary or useful to Lessee's business and will be used, kept and stored in a manner that complies with all applicable Environmental Laws. Lessee shall, at all times, use, keep, store, handle, transport, treat or dispose all such Hazardous Materials in or about the Property in compliance with all applicable Environmental Laws. Prior to the expiration or earlier termination of this Lease, Lessee shall remove from the Property all Hazardous Materials used or brought onto the Property during the Lease Term by anyone other than Lessor, its agents, employees or contractors.

  • Use of websites (a) The Company may satisfy its obligation under this Agreement to deliver any information in relation to those Lenders (the “Website Lenders”) who accept this method of communication by posting this information onto an electronic website designated by the Company and the Agent (the “Designated Website”) if:

  • Use of Materials There should be no limitations or restrictions by Union upon a Contractor's choice of materials or design, nor, regardless of source or location, upon the full use and utilization, of equipment, machinery, packaging, precast, prefabricated, prefinished, or preassembled materials, tools or other labor saving devices, subject to the application of the California Public Contract and Labor Codes. Generally, the onsite installation or application of such items shall be performed by the craft having jurisdiction over such work.

  • Use of Volunteers The School covenants and represents that all volunteers it allows access to its students or the Facility will comply with state regulations regarding the use of volunteers set out in Section 6.50.18

  • Malicious Use of Orphan Glue Records Registry Operator shall take action to remove orphan glue records (as defined at xxxx:// when provided with evidence in written form that such records are present in connection with malicious conduct.

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