WORKING CONDITIONS. In order to effectively resolve workload issues, please provide details about the working conditions at the time of occurrence by providing the following information: Regular Staffing #: RN RPN PSW Clerks & Other Actual Staffing #: RN RPN PSW Clerks & Other Agency/Registry RN: Yes No And how many? Junior Staff*: Yes No And how many? RN RPN PSW Temp RNs RN Staff Overtime: Yes No If yes, how many staff? Total Hours: *as defined by your unit/floor/pod If there was a shortage of staff at the time of the occurrence, (including support staff) please check one or all of the following that apply: Absence/Emergency Leave Sick Call(s) Vacancies Management Support available on site? Yes No On Standby? Yes No On Call? Yes No Did they respond? Yes No Did they resolve the issue? Yes No Charge nurses (CN) are not held accountable for the actions of others, they are accountable for their actions in relation to others (“Nurse in Charge”, CNO Communique, Sept. 2002). Were you working in a Charge Nurse Leadership Role? Yes No
WORKING CONDITIONS. All work shall be performed in conformity with applicable health and safety standards. Employees are encouraged to immediately report any unsafe working condition to their supervisor. No employee shall be disciplined for reporting any such conditions nor be required to work or to operate equipment when he/she has reasonable grounds to believe such action would result in immediate danger to life or safety the final determination of which shall rest with the Environmental Health & Safety Department.
WORKING CONDITIONS. 4.1 Working conditions during the term of this Agreement shall be as outlined in this Agreement and in Negotiated Policies and Practices and Mid-Term Agreement2 except such Mid-Term Agreements as are agreed obsolete by the parties. In addition, the general environmental privileges surrounding an employee shall also be considered as working conditions. These privileges would include such things as wash-up time, transportation facilities, safety appliances, general safety or health precautions.
WORKING CONDITIONS. The University is committed to creating and maintaining conditions that are conducive to the health and safety of its employees. The University is also committed to creating an institutional climate that values and supports its faculty and to helping its members balance their work, educational, and family responsibilities.
WORKING CONDITIONS. Section 1. Members of the bargaining unit shall not be required to wash and maintain official cars assigned to individual members of the Department.
WORKING CONDITIONS. A. No person shall on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, or any other reason prohibited by law, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination, or harassment with respect to such person’s employment or application for employment. Employees are encouraged to report any allegations of discrimination or sexual harassment to their administrators or the applicable district-level departments for prompt investigation. Any claims shall be referred to the Office of Equal Employment Opportunity and the employee shall retain all rights to pursue his/her claim through the appropriate federal and/or state agency. Employees shall not be retaliated against for appropriately reporting discrimination and/or sexual harassment.