Assisting definition

Assisting means setting up equipment and placing the face mask. Assisting does not include titrating and turning on or off equipment.
Assisting means staff performs the personal care tasks for the individual; or performs the tasks along with the individual (i.e., some hands on); or otherwise assists the individual to perform the tasks himself/herself by prompting, reminding, or by being in attendance while the individual performs the task(s).
Assisting is defined as a driver covering a portion of a run. Assignments to double or assist another driver will only be made by the Supervisor of Transportation or her/his designee. If availability, space on the bus, and location are equivalent, then seniority will be deciding factor in assignments. Those drivers doubling a run within their time block/bracket, will receive thirty (30) minutes additional pay. Those assisting on a run or with an interfering field trip within their time block/bracket will receive fifteen (15) minutes additional pay.

Examples of Assisting in a sentence

  • Assisting employees in selecting a course of action in the event drug counseling, treatment, and rehabilitation is required and indicating that a trained referral team is in place.

  • Assisting at the polls on Election Day on behalf of any political organization or candidate for elective office or for or against any referendum question.

  • Assisting in developing positive behavioral intervention strategies.

  • Assisting at the polls on election day on behalf of any political organization or candidate for elective office or for or against any referendum question.

  • Assisting, encouraging, aiding, abetting, conspiring, covering up or any other type of intentional complicity involving an anti-doping rule violation, Attempted anti-doping rule violation or violation of Article 10.12.1 by another Person.

More Definitions of Assisting

Assisting includes but is not limited to giving a positive recommendation to a potential employer, but does not include the routine transmission of administrative and personnel files or information related to name of employee, contractor or agent, dates of employment/contract, and position held or work performed. • "‘Probable cause’ exists where the facts and circumstances within the [person’s] knowledge, and of which they have reasonably trustworthy information, are sufficient in themselves to warrant a belief by a man of reasonable caution that [an offense] has been or is being committed."1 • “‘Sexual misconduct’ is the umbrella term federal regulators use to categorize behavior that includes sexual assault, unwanted sexual contact, and sexual harassment.”2 The requirements of this prohibition do not apply if the information giving rise to probable cause has been properly reported to a law enforcement agency, or any other authorities as required by local, state or federal law or regulations, AND at least one of the following conditions applies:
Assisting means setting up equipment and placing the face mask. Assisting does not include titrating and turning the equipment on or off, except in the case of an emergency in which circumstances the RDA may turn off the nitrous oxide and administer 100% oxygen. (mmkk)
Assisting means helping if there is a production or operating problem, but does not mean performing the work of the employee because the employee is behind in production.
Assisting as used in this Agreement means active participation in specific and targeted functions of classroom teaching under the supervision and instruction of employees of District. These employees will hold valid teaching credentials issued by the CCTC, other than emergency or provisional credentials, authorizing them to serve as classroom teachers in the schools and classes of District.
Assisting means providing goods or services to any person or entity
Assisting a council means getting it to provide information about a problem that might exist, appointing a Crown reviewer, or appointing a Crown observer. “Intervening” includes the appointment of a Crown manager and/or a Commissioner, or the calling of a general election of a council.
Assisting means that the Lecturers’ Assistant does not take sole responsibility for students’ learning experience or other activities associated with teaching and learning. LECTURER The Lecturer’s primary role is to provide an educational service of instruction, assessment and guidance in accordance with relevant curriculum and/or training South Australian Education Staff (Government Preschools, Schools and TAFE) Enterprise Agreement 2006 - 33 - package objectives. Lecturers may also be involved in the provision of consultancy services to industry and community clients. In undertaking their role the Lecturer is required to keep abreast of technological, conceptual and other developments in their field/s of specialisation, to integrate these changes into students’ educational programs and to assist with the provision of up-to-date information, skills, knowledge and advice to industry and community clients concerning their specific training requirements. The role of the Lecturer requires the performance of a range of tasks, which may include: • Lecturing in competencies nested within programs and sub program disciplines according to the skills of the lecturer and program demands. • Using a range of alternative teaching and assessment methodologies to evaluate and assess student learning. • Preparing and/or developing learning and assessment materials, taking into account student needs, skills and location. • Maintaining standards by evaluating and assessing students’ learning against relevant curricula and/or training package outcomes. • Taking responsibility to ensure records relating to the teaching/educational program are maintained. • Participating in academic/vocational counselling and enrolment processes for current and potential students. • Assist with educational consultancy activities in industry and in the community. • Assist with the provision of education and training advisory services for clients with specific needs.