Violence in the Workplace Sample Clauses

Violence in the Workplace. (a) The parties agree that violence shall be defined as any incident in which an employee is abused, threatened or assaulted while performing his or her work. The parties agree it includes the application of force, threats with or without weapons and severe verbal abuse. The parties agree that such incidents will not be condoned. Any employee who believes he/she has been subjected to such incident shall report this to a supervisor who will make every reasonable effort to rectify the situation. For purposes of sub-article (a) only, employees as referred to herein shall mean all employees of the Employer notwithstanding Article 2.12.
Violence in the Workplace. L - 1 (a) Definition of Violence The Employer agrees that no form of verbal, physical, sexual, racial or other abuse which may cause physical or psychological injury or that gives a person reason to believe that she/he or another person is at risk of physical and or psychological injury will be condoned in the workplace. Any employee who believes the situation to be abusive shall report this to the immediate supervisor who will take every precaution reasonable to rectify the abusive situation.
Violence in the Workplace. J.1 The parties recognize that the employees may be exposed to unwanted behaviour from others in the workplace, and that such behaviour may result in injury and/or emotional distress to an employee. The Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee shall concern itself with these matters and shall make such recommendations as it deems appropriate.
Violence in the Workplace. Should an employee become a victim of an act of violence or threatened act of violence in the workplace, the Employer shall perform the following;
Violence in the Workplace. (a) Violence shall be defined as any incident in which a nurse is threatened or assaulted during the course of their employment. This includes the application of force, threats with or without weapons, as well as severe verbal abuse. The Hospital agrees that such incidents will not be condoned in the workplace. Any nurse who encounters such acts of violence in the workplace shall verbally report the incident to his/her supervisor immediately and complete an Unusual Occurrence Report, whether experienced directly by the nurse or if witnessed as an incident involving another employee.
Violence in the Workplace. The Hospital will inform the Union within three (3) working days of any employee who has been subjected to violence while performing his/her work. Such information shall be submitted to the Union in writing as soon as possible.
Violence in the Workplace. Threats, threatening behavior, or acts of violence by or against employees, visitors, clients, residents, vendors, independent contractors, or others doing business with the company will not be tolerated. Such actions include but are not limited to: verbal or physical harassment or abuse, attempts at intimidation, sabotage, destruction of property, menacing gestures, possession of weapons, stalking, coercion, pushing or shoving, horseplay, or other hostile, aggressive, harmful and destructive actions. Some employees are known to be at risk because they are subject to violence, threats, or harassment from a current or former client, spouse, partner, or other non-employee. Human Resources and Security personnel work with at-risk employees and their supervisors to develop safety plans that address the specific risks the employee faces while at work. Victims of violent incidents in the workplace might have to contend with a variety of medical, psychological, and legal consequences. The Employer shall work with victims of workplace violence by: • Referring victims to Health Care Center and a Labor and Industries (L&I) report will be filed immediately. • Cooperating with an investigation as much as needed; • Debriefing with employees within one business day.
Violence in the Workplace. 1. Violence is any actual, attempted or threatened or implied conduct of a person that causes or is likely to cause physical and/or psychological trauma/harm/injury/illness or that gives a person reason to believe that s/he or another person is at risk of physical and/or psychological trauma/harm/injury/illness. The Employer agrees that such incidents will not be condoned. Any nurse who believes he/she has been subjected to such conduct shall report this to a supervisor who will make every reasonable effort to rectify the situation.
Violence in the Workplace. The Hospital will have a trained response team(s) which will respond to all emergency situations where violence or the threat of violence occurs. This team may be Security Officers trained to deal with violent situations. Hospital reports of these situations will be reviewed by the Health and Safety Committee. The Hospital will offer counseling or other delayed stress debriefings for any employees that are victims of assault. Any employee who is assaulted at work and is unable to continue working will be given the opportunity to be free from duty without loss of pay for the remainder of the shift.