COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. The Parties agree to share the use of communication systems, radios and radio frequencies for the implementation of this Agreement. Sharing of frequencies must be approved only by authorized personnel for each Party and documented in the AOP.
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. The Agencies may mutually agree to allow one another the use of communication systems such as radio frequencies, computer system access, data transmission lines, and communication sites when there is mutual benefit to the Agencies. Such agreement shall be approved only by authorized personnel for each Agency and will be documented in the AOPs.
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. The Employer agrees during the term of this Collective Agreement to allow the Union to use the Employer’s interoffice communication systems, including voice mail and electronic mail, for the purposes of transmitting correspondence relating to Union business with Society Management, Union elected/appointed Officers and Union Committee members. It is understood that correspondence sent via interoffice mail to Union members will be sent to Union Stewards or members of the Circulating Committee for distribution to members. The Stewards or Circulation Committee will not do such distribution during work hours, however shall be allowed to do so during breaks and lunchtime and agree not to interrupt or interfere with Employer operations. The Union agrees to forward a copy of all correspondence intended for general membership circulation, sent by the Employer’s interoffice communication systems to the Director of Human Resources and Manager of Labour Relations or designate prior to distribution. In the event that the Employer is of the view that the material is inappropriate the Employer will inform the Union in writing by e-mail or facsimile within forty-eight (48) hours excluding Saturdays, Sundays and paid holidays from the date and time the communication was received in the Human Resources Department. The Union agrees that once so informed that the Union will not transmit said material via the Employer’s interoffice communications systems. The Union also agrees to forward correspondence transmitted to the Communication Committee to the Director of Human Resources and Manager of Labour Relations or designate. The Union further agrees that should any question arise about the appropriateness of the correspondence being transmitted that the Union President and/or the Chief Xxxxxxx, Full-time Workers will meet with the Director of Human Resources and/or the Executive Director to discuss the issue. Further, the Employer undertakes to establish an Electronic Bulletin Board to enable the Union to communicate with its members. Copies of all Electronic Bulletin Board material shall be given to and approved by the Director of Human Resources or his/her designate prior to material being posted. Any installation costs associated with this shall be the responsibility of the Union. The Union agrees to adhere to the Employer’s purging procedures.
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. The State and Federal Agencies may mutually agree to share components of their communications and information management systems such as radio frequencies, computer networks, automated dispatching and resource ordering systems, data transmission lines and communications sites. Annual Operating Plans detail restrictions or special requirements of this sharing. The Agencies agree to work cooperatively in the further development, deployment, and utilization of such systems and facilities.
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. The Parties to this Agreement may mutually agree to allow one another the use of communications systems such as radio frequencies, computer system access, data transmission lines, and communication sites when there is a mutual benefit to the Parties to this Agreement. Such agreement shall be approved only by Agency authorized personnel and in accordance with agency laws, regulations and policies governing security of systems and facilities.
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. Identify specific radio frequencies, computer system access, data transmission lines, communication sites, and communications equipment shared between Parties. Access to systems and facilities will be approved only by agency authorized personnel and in accordance with agency laws, regulations, and policies governing security of systems and facilities.
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. Except as may be installed by Landlord as part of the approved Construction Documents for the Tenant Improvements, Tenant will have the right to install its telephone, communications, data and related equipment including wiring and cables in the Building’s core and/or chase facilities at Tenant’s sole expense (subject to the Tenant Allowance) and subject to compliance with all applicable Legal Requirements.
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. Supervisory Control System – Power Plant hardware and interconnection capability for gathering and injection system Lot Contractor Programming of control system – Power Plant and gathering and injection system Lot Contractor Telephone Connections from fence-line to PBX panel and distribution to control system and control room Lot Contractor Telecom hardware inside PBX panel Lot Company Construction telephone service for Contractor Lot Contractor 15 BUILDINGS Control Room (Operator Station) with closets and 1 Contractor ITEM ACTIVITY or EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION QTY Supplied By toilet facility Off-site offices, warehouse, and maintenance building Lot Company Electrical Building 1 Contractor Mechanical Equipment Building 1 Contractor Chemical Treatment area shed 1 Contractor Site Lighting Distribution Panel 1 Contractor Outside Lighting Fixtures & Control Sensors Lot Contractor Conduit And Wires Lot Contractor Site Ground Grid, Conductors, Electrodes, Etc. Lightning Protection 17 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS