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One of the major components of an effective workplace violence program is its strategy regarding prevention. This section will focus on awareness and preventive measures that can be taken to deal with threatening, intimidating, and/or potentially violent behavior.

Finally, the hospital may be served notice that it will be terminated from Medicare in 23 days if the deficiencies are deemed an immediate threat to patient safety and health. This usually means that the hospital failed to provide stabilizing treatment, improperly transferred patients, or denied an MSE in some form or that an on-call physician failed to see the patient when called. The hospital CEO will receive a letter from HCFA indicating the date of termination. The hospital is encouraged to provide evidence (in 23 calendar days, not working days) that the findings of the regional office are in error or present an acceptable plan of correction and pass a subsequent survey within the 23day period. If the evidence is compelling, the regional office will suspend the termination date and hold another survey. If the evidence does not meet regional office approval, the hospital is terminated. If the hospital is terminated from Medicare, it is also required to pay for an announcement in the local newspaper notifying the community of the penalties.

If an employee chooses to use the EAP at your urging, he or she may enter some type of treatment program as described earlier in this booklet. If the employee does not choose to go into treatment, the next step will be to take any disciplinary or corrective actions that are necessary.

The alcoholic does not initially have to want to get help to go into treatment. Many people go into treatment because of some kind of threat such as loss of a job or possible incarceration. However, even the individual that is forced will eventually have to personally accept the need for treatment for it to be effective. The employer is a very potent force in getting the alcoholic into treatment. The threat of the loss of a job is often the push the alcoholic needs to enter treatment. This threat is usually communicated to the employee through some type of an adverse or disciplinary action and is accompanied by a referral to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) which will refer the employee to an appropriate treatment program.

An important and frustrating facet of treating alcoholism is relapse or a return to drinking. An alcoholic often relapses due to a variety of factors including: inadequate treatment or follow-up, cravings for alcohol that are difficult to control, failure by the alcoholic to follow treatment instructions, failure to change lifestyle, use of other mood altering drugs, and other untreated mental or physical illnesses. Relapses are not always a return to constant drinking and may only be a one time occurrence. However, relapses must be dealt with and seen as a sign to the alcoholic that there are areas of his or her treatment and recovery that need work. Relapse prevention is an area in the treatment field that is receiving increased attention and research. A basic part of any effective treatment program will include relapse prevention activities. Good coordination between the EAP counselor and the treatment program can help the employee deal with and prevent relapse.

Welcome to the West Coast Emergency Medical Training EMT Training Program. This will outline various course policies for your reference. This manual will include sections to inform you about the various instructors and contact information, course completion requirements, and course expectations. You will also be asked to sign a certification at the end of this packet indicating that you have read and understand these policies governing participation in the program.

The EMT Education Program is devoted to developing highly skilled and educated pre- hospital care providers. West Coast Emergency Medical Training has created a program that is recognized for excellence in EMT Education. This basic premise is focused around high academic standards, a commitment to the field of pre-hospital emergency care, and a dedication to present and future students and EMTs. The program will strive to be attentive to student needs by creating a stimulating academic environment where learning will foster future academic growth and challenge preconceived notions.

1. Students failing to sign the session attendance sheet will be recorded as absent, regardless if they attended the class. If a student signs for another student, they may be terminated from the EMT Program immediately.

5. Final ExaminationsThe final exam will be given at the end of the Program and include all subject areas from the entire program. The exam will be multiple choice and is Pass/Fail. * No re-take of final *

If a student is terminated on disciplinary grounds, he or she may file a written appeal with the Program Director at West Coast Emergency Medical Training. The appeal must be filed within (10) ten days of the effective date of the termination. It must include an explanation of the circumstances of the termination, and specific and detailed reasons why the student believes the termination was unjustified. The student may also submit any relevant witness statements. An appeal lacking this information will be summarily denied without further action. The Program Director will review the appeal and take any action reasonably necessary to reach a decision, including interviewing the student and any relevant witnesses. The Program Director will issue a decision on the appeal within 45 days of the date it is filed. The decision will be final and binding.

The student may request a leave of absence due to unforeseen circumstances. The student will have a meeting with the program director on the length of the absence. If necessary, the student might have to re-enroll into the next course to ensure the required course completion hours are met.

Ride-along or clinical shifts done without meeting these requirements or done at locations not authorized by our the EMT Program Director will not be accepted and may subject the student to disciplinary action up to and including termination from the program.

The student is to pay a $600 registration fee. The student will sign a payment plan agreement, which indicates payment plan due dates, amount due, and credit card information. If the student drops or gets terminated from the program, the remaining balance is due. If the student fails to pay remaining balance due, the account will be sent to a collection agency.

If a student obtains a loan to pay for an educational program, the student will have the responsibility to repay the full amount of the loan plus interest, less the amount of any refund, and that, if the student has received federal student financial aid funds, the student is entitled to a refund of the moneys not paid from federal student financial aid program funds.

The transferability of credits you earn at West Coast Emergency Medical Training is at complete discretion of an institution to which you may seek to transfer. Acceptance of the certificate you earn in the educational program is also at the discretion of the institution to which you may seek to transfer. If the certificate that you earn at this institution is not accepted at the institution to which you seek to transfer, you may be required to repeat some or all of your course work at the institution. For this reason you should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which you may seek to transfer after attending West Coast Emergency Medical Training to determine if your certificate will transfer.

If you require special accommodations, please submit your written request along with your program registration. Upon receipt, you will be contacted by our Client Services Manager to discuss your request and obtain your current disability evaluation.

B. With respect to any employee of the Medical Center who elects to continue to participate in the Virginia Retirement System defined benefit retirement plan, the Medical Center shall collect and pay all employee and employer contributions due to the Virginia Retirement System for retirement and group life insurance in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 1 ( 51.1-124.1 et seq.) of this title for such employees. For Medical Center employees who elect or who are required pursuant to subsection A to become members of the retirement program established by the Medical Center, the Virginia Retirement System or other such authorized plan shall transfer to the retirement plan established by the Medical Center assets equal to the actuarially determined present value of the accrued basic benefit as of the transfer date. For purposes hereof, the basic benefit shall be the benefit accrued under the Virginia Retirement System or other such authorized retirement plan, based on creditable service and average final compensation, as defined in 51.1-124.3 and determined as of the transfer date. The actuarial present value shall be determined on the same basis, using the same actuarial factors and assumptions used in determining the funding needs of the Virginia Retirement System or other such authorized retirement plan, so that the transfer of assets to the retirement plan established by the Medical Center will have no effect on the funded status and financial stability of the Virginia Retirement System or other such authorized retirement plan.

4. Any person receiving a service retirement allowance under this title for service as a sworn law-enforcement officer and who is employed in a local school division as a school security officer, as defined in 9.1-101, may elect to continue to receive the retirement allowance during such employment under the following conditions: (i) the person has a break in service of at least 12 calendar months between retirement for service as a sworn law-enforcement officer and employment as a school security officer; (ii) the person is not receiving a retirement benefit pursuant to an early retirement incentive program from any local school division within the Commonwealth; (iii) the person is not receiving a retirement benefit pursuant to an early retirement incentive program from any employer, as defined in 51.1-124.3; and (iv) the person did not participate in any incentive program established under the second or third enactment of Chapters 152 and 811 of the Acts of Assembly of 1995. If the person elects to continue to receive the retirement allowance during the period of such employment, then his service performed and compensation received during such period of time will not increase, decrease, or affect in any way his retirement benefits before, during, or after such employment, nor shall such person be eligible to receive any retirement benefits available to him pursuant to Chapter 6.1 ( 51.1-607 et seq.). In addition, the employer shall include the person's compensation in membership payroll subject to employer contributions under 51.1-145. 350c69d7ab

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