Supervision and direction definition

Supervision and direction means that a duly authorized instructor or chiropractic preceptor shall be within the immediate patient treatment area, the clinic proper, and available to the students at all times.

Examples of Supervision and direction in a sentence

  • For example, Employer’s Mill Operator qualification procedures and training records with respect to Dean, do not mention the risk of gloves becoming caught in the rollers, or how to avoid such an event from happening 9 Employer argued during hearing and in its post-hearing brief that it could not comply with section 3384, subdivision (b) without violating subdivision (a) of the same section, which requires hand protection to be worn in order to prevent injuries due to thermal burns (among other hazards).

  • Supervision and direction of the athletic/activity program shall be vested in the Principal through the Activities Director and subject to review by the Superintendent and the School Board.

  • Supervision and direction of Education Centre employees shall be by the Superintendent of Business or designate.

  • Supervision and direction of undergraduate research projects and theses is part of the teaching function.

  • Supervision and direction of disposal of surplus real property, except in foreign countries, is generally the responsibility of GSA.

  • Supervision and direction of students in all sanctioned games, contests or meets in the respective, assigned sports.

  • Supervision and direction of the caretakers shall be from the school principals in cooperation with the Manager of Plant Operations and Maintenance Supervision and direction of school office secretaries shall be by the school principal.

  • Supervision and direction of maintenance staff shall be by the Head of Maintenance.

  • Supervision and direction of the affairs of First Parish shall be vested in its governing board.

  • Supervision and direction of student research projects, theses, and/or dissertations (as appropriate to program offerings) is part of the teaching function.

Related to Supervision and direction

  • Medical direction means direction, advice, or orders provided by a medical director, supervising physician, or physician designee (in accordance with written parameters and protocols) to emergency medical care personnel.

  • Direct supervision means oversight at a distance within which:

  • Funeral directing means arranging, directing or providing a

  • Supervision means the ongoing process performed by a supervisor who monitors the performance of the person supervised and provides regular, documented individual consultation, guidance and instruction with respect to the skills and competencies of the person supervised.

  • Indirect supervision means the supervision of an unlicensed school staff member when the school nurse or other health care provider is not physically available on site but immediately available by telephone.

  • General Directions means The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002”

  • CRD Directive means Directive 2013/36/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013 on access to the activity of credit institutions and the prudential supervision of credit institutions and investment firms, amending Directive 2002/87/EC and repealing Directives 2006/48/EC and 2006/49/EC (as amended from time to time, including by Directive (EU) 2019/878 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2019);

  • Direction Has the meaning specified in Section 1.04(a).

  • Procurement Management means the Director of Lee County’s Procurement Management Department or designee.

  • Personal supervision means the dentist is physically present in the treatment room to oversee and direct all intraoral or chairside services of the dental assistant trainee and a licensee or registrant is physically present to oversee and direct all extraoral services of the dental assistant.

  • Direct visual supervision means the supervisory dentist

  • Supervising physician means any physician licensed under Iowa Code chapter 148, 150, or 150A. The supervising physician is responsible for medical direction of emergency medical care personnel when such personnel are providing emergency medical care.

  • Protective supervision means an order of disposition pursuant to which the court permits an abused, neglected, dependent, or unruly child to remain in the custody of the child's parents, guardian, or custodian and stay in the child's home, subject to any conditions and limitations upon the child, the child's parents, guardian, or custodian, or any other person that the court prescribes, including supervision as directed by the court for the protection of the child.

  • Supervising pharmacist means an Iowa-licensed pharmacist who is on duty in an Iowa-licensed pharmacy and who is responsible for assigning and supervising the duties performed by a pharmacy support person.

  • Supervising entity means a business entity that is a licensed

  • Supervisee means an individual who has submitted a supervisory contract and has received board approval to provide clinical services in social work under supervision.

  • Technical Direction means developing work statements, determining parameters, directing other Contractors' operations, or resolving technical controversies.

  • UCITS Directive means Directive 2009/65/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities, as amended;

  • Advance health care directive means a power of attorney for health care or a record signed or authorized by a prospective donor containing the prospective donor’s direction concerning a health care decision for the prospective donor.

  • Oversight means the term as it is defined in the Stewardship Agreement between CDOT and the FHWA.

  • Records management means the systematic control of all records from creation or receipt through processing, distribution, maintenance and retrieval, to their ultimate disposition.

  • Group supervision means the process of clinical supervision of no more than six persons in a group setting provided by a qualified supervisor.

  • Supervising Contractor means the principal contractor retained by SDs to supervise and direct the implementation of the Work under this CD.

  • Procurement Manager means any person or designee authorized by a state agency or local public body to enter into or administer contracts and make written determinations with respect thereto.

  • Decision-maker means a person who makes a determination regarding responsibility after the investigation has concluded. The Decision-maker cannot be the same person as the Title IX Coordinator, the Investigator, or the Appellate Decision-maker.

  • Community supervision means an order of disposition by the