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AND TOOLS. The Company agrees to continue to supply all necessary tools and equipment at no cost to the employees to ensure that a proper job is performed during the life of this collective agreement. Employees assigned tools for personal use are required to exercise proper care and diligence in the use, safeguarding and inventory of tools assigned to them, including lock up, and shall be responsible for tools lost or damaged through carelessness. The Company shall continue to supply a tool box and lock for those employees to whom tools are assigned personally. Employees who report for work and find that no work is available on their regular job will be provided with four (4) hours work on other available jobs. If there is nothing available, then the employee will receive four (4) hours pay at their applicable hourly rate. No reporting-in pay will be made if the employee has been notified not to report to work, or if the reasons for lack of work are beyond the control of the Company, i.e. disaster, floods, storms, or acts of God. There shall be no pyramiding of premium pay under the provisions of this Article with any other overtime premium. Electrical Journeyman Mechanical Journeyman Tool and Die Journeyman Welder Journeyman Gas Fitter Journeyman Shift Premium Afternoons Midnights special needs with other employees having the skill and experience, and who consent to exchange In calculating the pay to which an employee is entitled under this article and article an employee’s “day” shall be the twenty-four
AND TOOLS. The Employer will make available all necessary tools and equipment at no cost to the employees. Such tools and equipment will remain the property of the Employer and the employees will be required to take reasonable care of this property and may be required to sign out certain equipment and tools.
AND TOOLS. Each employee be expected to provide proper work clothing as required by his job and to launder and maintain same. The Company shall provide cloth smocks or cloth coveralls to employees working in the following occupations: primer, maintenance helper and skilled trades. When a new occupation is added, the Company and Union will discuss the necessity of providing cloth smocks and cloth coveralls. employees who require hand tools in performance of their duties shall provide their own tools and shall be responsible for care, maintenance and replacement of same. Effective October the Company will grant an tool allowance of three hundred dollars ($350.00) to each skilled trades employee as a reimbursement for the purchase of his required tools. Effective October the Company will increase the annual tool allowance to four hundred dollars ($400.00) as a reimbursement for the purchase of his required tools. Special purpose tools and equipment shall be furnished by the Company Effective January each employee who is required to wear shoes in the of hisjob shall be given an annual shoe allowance of eighty-five dollars ($85.00). Effective each employee who is required to wear safety shoes in the performance of his job shall be given an shoe allowance of ninety dollars ($90.00). Effective January each employee who is required to wear safety shoes in the performance of hisjob shall be given an shoe allowance of ninety-five dollars ($95.00). Such allowance shall be available to a regular employee on and after January of each year, and to each probationary employee at the time he completes his probationary period and becomes a regular employee. Regular employees who are not on the active payroll on January of any year shall be able to receive their shoe allowance when they to work, provided they return prior to the next January The Company's safety eye glass program will provide one pair of prescription safety eye glasses to employees requiring same every two years at no cost to the employee. If an employee submits a broken or severely scratched lens or set of lenses, the Company will replace same at no cost to the employee, not to exceed one lens or set of lenses every two (2) year period. Article The Company Will put up two (2) bulletin boards for the posting of notices pertaining to the Union and its members. These bulletin boards will be inthe following locations: one (1) in the cafeteria; and one (1) at the main employee entrance. All notices are to be submitted to t...

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