Appendix 2. Provisions concerning the installation of forwards-sfacing and rearward-facing ISOFIX child restraint systems of universal and semi-universal categories installed on ISOFIX positions ................................................................................ 89 Appendix 3: Table 1 – Table of vehicle handbook information on child restraint systems installation suitability for various seating positions................................. 98
Appendix 2. 4.1 contains a list of the members of the governing bodies of the Holding Companies and the Companies of the Matchmind Group, including their date of appointment, duration of office and distribution. None of the members of the governing bodies of the Holding Companies or the Companies of the Matchmind Group are entitled to any remuneration, even in the event of being relieved of office or retirement.
Appendix 2. Dispute resolution procedure 30 For best practice examples of recognition agreements please email bargaining support at email@example.com Proud of the recognition agreement that you have negotiated? Email a copy to us so that we can share it with other branches. Please email bargaining support at firstname.lastname@example.org What is collective bargaining? If a trade union has a recognition agreement with an employer, it allows the trade unions who are recognised to negotiate on behalf of their members their terms and conditions of employment including pay, employment policies and any other major changes in the organisation. The scope of collective bargaining can vary quite widely from one workplace to another. In section 178 (1) of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act, the matters listed for collective bargaining include: terms and conditions of employment and physical conditions of work engagement or non-engagement or termination or suspension of employment or the duties of employment of one or more worker allocation of work duties of employment as between workers or groups of workers matters of discipline a worker‘s membership or non-membership of a trade union facilities for trade union representatives machinery for consultation and negotiation and other procedures (including grievance procedures), including recognition of the right of a trade union to represent workers in such negotiation or consultation. The ‗bargaining unit‘ is the group of employees that will be represented by the trade union. Within a large or fragmented workplace, it may be a specific category of employees and/or at particular sites. What a recognition agreement should cover A formal recognition agreement provides a framework for industrial relations within an organisation. It sets out the rules and procedures to be used by the union and the employer in carrying out consultation, collective bargaining and representation. It is in the interests of both parties to have a clear and comprehensive recognition agreement. A good agreement will contribute to: positive employment relations between unions and management high levels of employee participation effective procedures when dealing with problems and organisational change. The purpose of the agreement Most recognition agreements begin with a clause outlining the goals the parties wish to achieve. While this section does not lay down any specific rules or procedures, it does set the tone for the rest of the...
Appendix 2. For reimbursement of medication costs and dispensing fee (only when supply is made under a PSD) - please ensure that evidence of invoices / charges is submitted with claim. CLAIM ASSOCIATED WITH THE SLA FOR STOCKHOLDING AND SUPPLY OF ANTIVIRAL MEDICATION ODS Code: Pharmacy Name: Pharmacy Address: Contact Name: Telephone Number: Declaration of Submission: In submitting this claim, I give assurance that the costs claimed have legitimately occurred in the provision of the service as contracted under the SLA. FULL NAME (Please print): Date: Medication supplied (only when supply is made under a PSD). Date of supply Patient Initials Antiviral supplied / strength / quantity Medication Cost Total number of dispensing fees claimed (no of patients x £XXX) Total Drugs Cost Claimed (please include copy of wholesalers invoice to demonstrate claim) Appendix 3 Template for invoice for reimbursement of delivery / courier costs: - please ensure that evidence of charges is submitted with claim. CLAIM ASSOCIATED WITH THE SLA FOR STOCKHOLDING AND SUPPLY OF ANTIVIRAL MEDICATION ODS Code: Pharmacy Name: Pharmacy Address: Contact Name Telephone Number: Date Courier Used Care Facility Requiring Delivery / Courier Charge- (include mileage if claim is based on mileage) Total costs claimed (please include copy of wholesalers invoice to demonstrate claim) Declaration of Submission: In submitting this claim I give assurance that the above costs have legitimately occurred in our delivering the service as contracted under the SLA. Signed Printed Date Email to XXXXXXX.XXXxxxxxxx@xxx.xxx Appendix 4 Template for invoice for reimbursement of out of date stock.
Appendix 2. SPECIFICATIONS All Gas subject to the Services shall meet the following minimum requirements: [NOTE: COMMERCIAL TO DECIDE WHAT SPECIFICATIONS SHOULD APPLY IN RESPECT OF THE QUALITY OF GAS DELIVERED TO CONTRACTOR FOR THE SERVICES.] APPENDIX "3" INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS [NOTE: COMMERCIAL TO COORDINATE WITH XXXXX XXXXXXXX TO WORK WITH HANOVER REGARDING INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS AS THE TRANSACTION PROGRESSES.] APPENDIX "4" OPERATING RECORDS [NOTE: COMMERCIAL TO COORDINATE WITH XXXX XXXXXXX TO PRODUCE A LISTING OF CORE RECORD REQUIREMENTS.] APPENDIX "5" BASELINE SCHEDULED LOCATIONS [NOTE: COMMERCIAL TO IDENTIFY THOSE SCHEDULED LOCATIONS TO BE BASELINED AT DEHYDRATION AND SEPARATION SITES.] SCHEDULE "1"
Appendix 2. Xx. Xxxxx Xxxx Regional Representative - Negotiator The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada 00000 - 000X Xxxxxx, Xxxxx 000 Xxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx X0X 0X0 Re: Pay for Performance During the current round of collective bargaining, the National Energy Board (NEB) and the Institute discussed their previous agreement to conduct a pilot project for the implementation of Performance Pay. During the discussions, the NEB indicated that because of a number of factors such as the recent introduction of its performance management system, FOCUS, and other priorities, ie: Strategic Planning, the NEB is not in a position to undertake such a pilot project for the foreseeable future. However, the parties recognize the potential benefits of a mutually agreed upon system of rewards for job-related performance. Therefore, the parties hereby agree to the implementation of a pilot project in respect to performance pay at a later date to be established by both parties. The pilot project will be implemented in accordance with the following terms and conditions:
Appendix 2. The Borrower hereby warrants and undertakes that (a) there follows a true and fair copy of the Credit Protection Insurance Policy to be executed as of the initial Funding Date which such policy shall be in full force and effect as such initial Funding Date in connection with this Credit Agreement; and (b) the Borrower shall agree to no changes to such policy so evidenced without the express written consent of the Lender.