Vaccination and Inoculation Sample Clauses

Vaccination and Inoculation. (a) The Employer agrees to take all reasonable precautions to limit the spread of infectious diseases among employees, including in-service seminars for employees. Where the Employer or Occupational Health and Safety Committee identifies high risk areas which expose employees to infectious or communicable diseases for which there are protective immunizations available, such immunizations shall be provided at no cost to the employee. The Committee may consult with the Medical Health Officer. Where the Medical Health Officer identifies such a risk, the immunization shall also be provided at no cost. The Employer shall provide Hepatitis B vaccine, free of charge, to those employees who may be exposed to bodily fluids or other sources of infection.
Vaccination and Inoculation. Any employee refusing, without sufficient medical grounds, to take medical or x-ray examination at the request of the Employer, or to undergo vaccination, inoculation and other immunization when required, may be dismissed from the service of the Employer. Where an employee is required by the Employer to take a medical or x-ray examination or undergo vaccination, inoculation or other immunization, the Employer shall provide reasonable expense and where necessary, reasonable time off with pay. In addition to the above, the Employer agrees to provide in-service training for all employees working with AIDS residents/clients.
Vaccination and Inoculation. 34.01 Any employee refusing, without sufficient medical grounds, to take medical or x ray examination at the request of the Employer, or to undergo vaccination, inoculation and other immunization when deemed necessary by the Medical Health Officer, may be dismissed by the Employer. Where an employee is required by the Employer to take a medical or x ray examination or undergo vaccination, inoculation or other immunization, it shall be at the Employer’s expense and on the Employer’s time.
Vaccination and Inoculation. Any employee refusing, without sufficient medical grounds, to take medical or x-ray examination at the request of Compass, or to undergo vaccination, inoculation and other immunization when required, may not be provided with scheduled shifts in accordance with his/her seniority. Where an employee is required by Compass to take a medical or x-ray examination or undergo vaccination or inoculation or other immunization, it shall be at Compass’ expense and on Compass’ time provide time spent is reasonable. Compass shall only require such medical examination if required by the job or if there is reasonable expectation to make such a request.
Vaccination and Inoculation. The parties agree to certain measures intended to minimize an employee’s risk of contracting an infectious disease through resident contact. As a general matter, the Employer will educate staff as to the reasonable precautions staff can take to minimize the spread of any infectious disease. This education will include in-services, and the provisions of materials, in writing and otherwise, for staff education. As a specific matter, and where an individual resident or residents have an infectious disease which may reasonably be expected to put an employee at risk, the following will apply. Those staff who would be at risk will be advised of the nature of the risk, and any precautions or practices necessary. This information will be provided only to those staff whose work routines will place them at risk, and with the understanding the information is confidential, and will not be discussed with any other person, except those other employees who are already aware of the circumstances. Where vaccination, or inoculation, or immunization is indicated, by a physician, as an appropriate and necessary precaution, and is not otherwise available to an employee without direct cost, the Employer will pay the cost.