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The Organizations is still covering his pension contributions and health insurance as well as health insurance for his adult daughter, for a period of nine months; h. (...) He emphasized that the Applicant still enjoys standing as an internal staff member and that the Organization is covering his pension contributions and health insurance, as well as health insurance for his adult daughter, for a period of nine months. 74. (...) The Tribunal notes that the Organization has decided to pay the Applicant’s pension contributions and health insurance, as well as health insurance for his adult daughter, for a period of nine months following his placement on SLWOP. 81.
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Score: 681174.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-190.pdf
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With one dissent, the majority of the ABCC concluded that “[the Applicant had] failed to meet the deadline set out in Article 12 of Appendix D to the Staff Rules and … [the Applicant had] failed to meet the standard for waiver due to exceptional circumstances”. (...) Section 8 of the Secretary-General’s Bulletin ST/SGB/2011/4 on the Organization of the Office of Human Resources Management reads: Section 8 Medical Services Division 8.1 The Medical Services Division is headed by a Director who is accountable to the Assistant Secretary-General. 8.2 The Director acts as medical adviser on matters pertaining to the Advisory Board on Compensation Claims and is the designated medical consultant for the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Board. 8.3 The Division consists of the Office of the Director, administrative and information technology support services, the Field Support Section, the Headquarters and Common Support Section (including nursing and diagnostic support services), the Public Health and Emergency Preparedness Section, and the Psychosocial Support Section. 8.4 The core functions of the Medical Services Division are: (a) To promote staff health, while ensuring medical compatibility with job requirements, through the performance and review of medical examinations, providing medical clearances for the recruitment, reassignment and mission deployment of staff worldwide, and the recruitment of military observers and civilian police monitors, providing travel health advice, pre- and post-mission consultations, preventive health and health promotion programmes, consultations and referrals, psychosocial support, health-related training, and assessments/recommendations regarding office ergonomics and the working environment; (b) To manage risks in the workplace, through the provision of first aid, treatment and emergency services, approving, advising on and assisting with medical evacuations and repatriation requests by staff and their recognized dependants, military observers, civilian police monitors and United Nations peacekeeping troops, providing medical inputs to the Crisis Operation Group, developing preparedness plans for pandemic human influenza and other emergencies, including liaison with the New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and other health authorities and medical facilities of New York City; (c) To provide medical advice to United Nations medical facilities system-wide, coordinating the implementation of United Nations policies on health care, providing advice on technical and professional aspects of the functioning of United Nations-sponsored dispensaries and civilian clinics of United Nations THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2021-UNAT-1133 12 of 28 peacekeeping missions, providing technical clearance and participating in interviews for the appointment of United Nations physicians and other medical staff, including to positions in peacekeeping missions, appointing United Nations examining physicians, and performing on-site assessments of health facilities at field duty stations, including the assessment of existing and potential regional evacuation centres; (d) To advise on medico-administrative issues, including medical aspects of sick leave, the evaluation and certification of sick leave for staff worldwide, the provision of medical advice to the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund, the Advisory Board on Compensation Claims, the Field Budget and Finance Division (on compensation claims of troops) and the International Civil Service Commission (regarding medical aspects of hardship classifications of duty stations), advising the Administration on special dependency allowances for disabled children and special education grants for children with disabilities, and advising on health-related policies system-wide (in administrative instructions, information circulars, etc.). 40.
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Score: 663225.73 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1133.pdf
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Given that the Applicant had been placed on SLWOP no contributions were being made towards its health insurance cover. In the circumstances his health insurance cover lapsed. (...) Paragraph 38 of ST/IC/2016/13 (Renewal of the United Nations Headquarters-administered health insurance programme), which came into effect on 1 July 2016, relates to health insurance cover for staff on SLWOP. (...) Staff members will no doubt be aware of the fact that premiums in respect of health-insurance are paid by deductions from salary.
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Score: 639348 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-094.pdf
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Ouriques’ favor. His mental health status was also considered and it is not the role of the Administration to “inquire 3 Ibid., para. 62. (...) Ouriques’ mental state runs counter to its duty to ensure the health and security of its staff members, due process and to explore both inculpatory and exculpatory evidence. (...) Ouriques was experiencing, his mental health and state of mind were completely disregarded during the inquiry.
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Score: 632121.24 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2017-UNAT-745.pdf
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One of them is our community mental health program. We are determined to alleviate the impact on refugees who rely on our mental health services. (...) In your case, unless you tell me otherwise, you will be considered for new part time positions of (Area Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Supervisor in Health or Education Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Specialist in Education) at Grade 13. (...) The majority of the Appellants submitted requests for decision review in either August or September 2018. 12.
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Score: 622622.17 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1016.pdf
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Population and Development Population and Development StrategiesStrategies Major AchievementsMajor Achievements • Model developed indicating major contribution of reproductive health/family planning to reduction in poverty between 1990 and 2007 (UNFPA finance). (...) Sexual and Reproductive Sexual and Reproductive Health including Family Health including Family PlanningPlanning MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS Sexual and Reproductive Health Sexual and Reproductive Health including Family Planningincluding Family Planning Major AchievementsMajor Achievements 1. (...) Sexual and Reproductive Health Sexual and Reproductive Health including Family Planningincluding Family Planning-- Major AchievementsMajor Achievements 2.
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Score: 613962.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...resentations/icpd15_cr_jam.pdf
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On 16 May 2017, the Deputy Chief, Field Health Programme (D/C/FHP) convened the Medical Board consisting of three medical practitioners (two heads of Medical Centres and one Medical Officer). The Medical Board met at the Jarash Health center on 24 May 2017 to examine Mr. Sirhan. 7. (...) The following paragraphs up to and including paragraph 54 are the judgment of the majority of us, Judges Knierim and Neven. 36.
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Score: 608704.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1023.pdf
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Portillo Moya that there was an irretrievable breach of trust as a result of the findings of “a pattern of serious misconduct and a series of grave incidents protracted over a significant period of time, from 2007 to 2009”, and that her actions had the potential to negatively impact the WFP’s reputation and cause very serious risk to the health and/or lives of WFP beneficiaries. Ms. Portillo Moya was informed that the disciplinary measure of “Separation from Service” would be imposed with no termination indemnities in accordance with the United Nations Staff Rule 10.2(viii). 7. (...) Portillo Moya committed fraud in misrepresenting the condition of the commodities to food monitors and beneficiaries; (iv) the fact that the majority of staff members in the Logistics Unit failed to discourage Ms. (...) The misconduct put public health at risk as food was distributed with altered expiration dates to hide the fact of its expiration.
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Score: 608404.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-523.pdf
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Chemical safety and the world of work: Major Industrial Accidents: ILO Role and Response Dr Manal Azzi, OSH Team lead Senior OSH Specialist and LABADMIN/OSH Branch ILO Geneva azzi@ilo.org UN/OECD Seminar in Follow-up to the Beirut port explosion NB Manually place “ilo.org” device in front of image ILO Chemical Conventions The ILO focuses on assisting its 187 member States to ratify and implement the main ILO chemicals-related Conventions:  The Chemicals Convention, 1990 (No. 170)  Asbestos Convention, 1986 (No. 162)  Working Environment (Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration) Convention, 1977 (No. 148)  Benzene Recommendation, 1971 (No. 144)  Occupational Cancer Convention, 1974 (No. 139)  Labour Inspection (Agriculture) Convention, 1969 (No. 129)  Safety and Health in Agriculture Convention, 2001 (No. 184)  Safety and Health in Construction Convention, 1988 (No. 167)  Safety and Health in Mines Convention, 1995 (No. 176) 2 ILO Instruments on Major Industrial Accidents Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents Convention, 1993 (No. 174)  Convention aims to prevent major industrial accidents involving hazardous substances and minimize the consequences of such accidents  Outlines responsibilities of employers, competent authorities and workers and their representatives, as well as the responsibilities of states that export hazardous substances Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents Recommendation, 1993 (No. 181) Code of Practice on Major Industrial Accidents Advancing social justice, promoting decent work 3 Ongoing Project in Lebanon: Responding to the 2020 Beirut Explosion Legislative gap analysis on OSH for Lebanon  A legislative gap analysis is underway to understand the challenges and constraints of implementing a regulatory framework for OSH, chemicals management (including GHS) and accident prevention in Lebanon. (...) Capacity of key Lebanese constituents to address OSH, chemical safety and the prevention of major industrial accidents developed  A series of interactive training workshops will be developed to address concerns identified in the gap analysis and to apply the training modules developed at global level. (...) Advancing social justice, promoting decent work 4 Technical Material related to OSH and Sound Chemicals Management The GHS in the world of work  Maps synergies between ILO instruments and the GHS Exposure to hazardous chemicals at work and resulting health impacts: A global review  Examines the burden of chemical exposures and health impacts in the world of work, as well as regional trends, gender considerations and priority action areas ILO Instruments on Chemical Safety – Analysis and synergies with other international frameworks on the sound management of chemicals  Analyzes all major ILO instruments which address chemical hazards 5 Thank you Manal Azzi, OSH team lead Senior Occupational Safety and Health Specialist LABADMIN/OSH Branch ILO Geneva azzi@ilo.org
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Score: 594158.94 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...ILO%20presentation-final_0.pdf
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Day 1 of the meeting focused on ODA for WCAH while Day 2 focused on domestic financing for WCAH and health more broadly. This report summarizes the major discussion points of the consultation and provides an overview of agreed upon next steps. (...) At the same time, it should include all major donors, including non-DAC donors, and, to the extent possible, funding from non-health specific sectors (e.g. humanitarian assistance; water and sanitation). (...) In addition, it will be critical to further improve and integrate health ODA and domestic health financing tracking approaches among donors, countries and major implementers.
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Score: 593524.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...al-Tracking-Meeting-report.pdf
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