Working with Minors Sample Clauses

Working with Minors. In accordance with California Public Resources Code Section 5164, if Contractor, or any subcontractor, is providing services at a City park, playground, recreational center or beach, Contractor shall not hire, and shall prevent its subcontractors from hiring, any person for employment or a volunteer position in a position having supervisory or disciplinary authority over a minor if that person has been convicted of any offense listed in Public Resources Code Section 5164. In addition, if Contractor, or any subcontractor, is providing services to the City involving the supervision or discipline of minors or where Contractor, or any subcontractor, will be working with minors in an unaccompanied setting on more than an incidental or occasional basis, Contractor and any subcontractor shall comply with any and all applicable requirements under federal or state law mandating criminal history screening for such positions and/or prohibiting employment of certain persons including but not limited to California Penal Code Section 290.95. In the event of a conflict between this section and Section 10.14, “Consideration of Criminal History in Hiring and Employment Decisions,” of this Agreement, this section shall control.
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Working with Minors. In accordance with California Public Resources Code Section 5164, if Grantee, or any subgrantee, is providing services at a City park, playground, recreational center or beach, Contractor shall not hire, and shall prevent its subcontractors from hiring, any person for employment or a volunteer position in a position having supervisory or disciplinary authority over a minor if that person has been convicted of any offense listed in Public Resources Code Section 5164. In addition, if Grantee, or any subgrantee, is providing services to the City involving the supervision or discipline of minors or where Grantee, or any subgrantee, will be working with minors in an unaccompanied setting on more than an incidental or occasional basis, Grantee and any subgrantee shall comply with any and all applicable requirements under federal or state law mandating criminal history screening for such positions and/or prohibiting employment of certain persons including but not limited to California Penal Code Section 290.95. In the event of a conflict between this section and Section 16.16, "Consideration of Criminal History in Hiring and Employment Decisions," of this Agreement, this section shall control. Grantee shall expressly require any of its subgrantees with supervisory or disciplinary power over a minor to comply with this section of the Agreement as a condition of its contract with the subgrantee. Xxxxxxx acknowledges and agrees that failure by Grantee or any of its subgrantees to comply with any provision of this section of the Agreement shall constitute an Event of Default.
Working with Minors. (Reserved)
Working with Minors. In accordance with California Public Resources Code Section 5164, if Contractor, or any subcontractor, is providing services at a City park, playground, recreational center or beach, Contractor shall not hire, and shall prevent its subcontractors from hiring, any person for employment or a volunteer position in a position having supervisory or disciplinary authority over a minor if that person has been convicted of any offense listed in Public Resources Code Section 5164. In addition, if Contractor, or any subcontractor, is providing services to the City involving the supervision or discipline of minors or where Contractor, or any subcontractor, will be working with minors in an unaccompanied setting on more than an incidental or occasional basis, Contractor and any subcontractor shall comply with any and all applicable requirements under federal or state law mandating criminal history screening for such positions and/or prohibiting employment of certain persons including but not limited to California Penal Code Section 290.95. In the event of a conflict between this section and Section 10.14, “Consideration of Criminal History in Hiring and Employment Decisions,” of this Agreement, this section shall control.  Consult with the City Attorney’s Office regarding potential preemption issues. If Chapter 12T will not apply to a particular contract due to preemption or other non- applicability, then delete the body text and replace with “Reserved. (Consideration of Criminal History in Hiring and Employment Decisions)”. In the case of waiver, replace text with “Waived. (Consideration of Criminal History in Hiring and Employment Decisions)” if the requirement has been waived by the appropriate governing body.
Working with Minors. In scheduling and supervising the apprentices, Business will do the following to ensure the safety of the apprentices:
Working with Minors. 3.1 Due to its status as a Theatre for Young Audiences, and as required by its Child Safety Policy (see Definitions), all Seasonal Employees engaged by CTYP must, as a condition of employment:
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Working with Minors. It is LifeCare Counseling’s best practice policy to involve and receive consent from both parents when working with minors, however, we realize, this may not always be possible. Please see scenarios below for our practice guidelines of parental consent for minors. • When parents are married, the signature of one parent is sufficient to provide treatment. • If the parents are divorced, the signature of the parent having legal custody of the child will be obtained. • If the parents have joint legal custody, I require the signature of both parents to provide treatment. • If the parents are separated, I require the signature of both parents to provide treatment. • Parents must sign the “Informed Consent/Permission to Treat Form” in person or have it notarized with seal and signature if signed off premises. Part of building rapport with all clients includes creating a level of trust. While we recognize that minors are under 18 years of age, we also want to honor them with the same level of confidentiality we offer our adult clients. For parents, this means trusting that while we may not provide you with the details of our counseling sessions with your child, we do assure you that you will be notified of any situations that involve safety or the well-being of your child. Additionally, it is our best practice policy to include parents/family members periodically to promote therapy goals, update on treatment progress, etc. When a minor turns 18 years of age, he or she then has the authority over their Protected Health Information and may or may not allow his/her parents the right to that information. If you, the client, are under eighteen years of age, be advised that the law provides your parents (in the case of divorces, the custodial parents) with the right to know about your treatment. Parents will be provided with general information on how your treatment is proceeding, unless there is a high risk that you will seriously harm yourself or another, in which case I will notify them of my concern. I will also provide them with updates of your treatment. I will attempt to discuss any clinical matters with you before giving your parents any information, but this is not always possible. Please note that LifeCare Counseling will NOT be involved with any separation/divorce disputes.
Working with Minors. Contractor shall not hire, and shall prevent its subcontractors from hiring, any person for employment or a volunteer position in a position having supervisory or disciplinary authority over a minor if that person has been convicted of any offense listed in Public Resources Code Section 5164. In addition, if Contractor, or any subcontractor, is providing services to City involving the supervision or discipline of minors or where Contractor, or any subcontractor, will be working with minors in an unaccompanied setting on more than an incidental or occasional basis, Contractor and any subcontractor shall comply with any and all applicable requirements under federal or state law mandating criminal history screening for such positions and/or prohibiting employment of certain persons including but not limited to California Penal Code Section 290.95. In the event of a conflict between this Section and Section 10.14, “Consideration of Criminal History in Hiring and Employment Decisions,” of this Agreement, this Section shall control.
Working with Minors. Reserved..
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