DPW Sample Clauses

DPW. The normal work schedule for employees in the Department of Public works shall consist of a forty (40) hour work week, eight (8) hours per day, excluding the unpaid lunch period. Employees will receive two (2) fifteen (IS) minute paid breaks, one during the first four (4) hours of the shift, the other during the last four (4) hours. n ,.., .. '‌ 25.2 Clerical: July 1,2000 through June 30, 2003 City of Xxxxx City -and- Michigan Association of Public Employees The normal work schedule for full-time clerical employees shall consist of a forty (40) hour work week, eight (8) business working hours per day, excluding the unpaid lunch period of thirty (30) minutes. Employees are entitled to two (2) fifteen (15) minute paid breaks during their normal shift, and with the permission of the Supervisor, may combine the fifteen (15) minute breaks with his/her lunch period.

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  • SBC-13STATE shall provide to CLEC Interconnection of the Parties’ facilities and equipment for the transmission and routing of Telephone Exchange Service traffic and Exchange Access traffic pursuant to the applicable Appendix ITR, which is/are attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Methods for Interconnection and Physical Architecture shall be as defined in the applicable Appendix NIM, which is/are attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.

  • Eye Exams Limited to one (1) routine examination per year for which no copay applies.

  • Xxxxx, Haldimand, Norfolk The approved posted schedule shall provide a minimum of 16 hours off between scheduled tours, unless mutually agreed between the Nurse and the team.

  • MIDDLE SCHOOLS 1. Where there are no negotiated provisions concerning the implementation or operation of a middle school program, this article shall govern the implementation or operation of a middle school program in a school district.

  • Investment Company; Public Utility Holding Company Neither the Company nor any Subsidiary is an "investment company" or a company "controlled" by an "investment company" within the meaning of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended, or a "public utility holding company" within the meaning of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935, as amended.

  • School District For purposes of administering this Agreement, the term "School District" shall mean the School Board or its designated representative.

  • Ambulance Escort Where a nurse is assigned to provide patient care for a patient in transit, the following provisions shall apply:

  • Organ Transplants This plan covers organ and tissue transplants when ordered by a physician, is medically necessary, and is not an experimental or investigational procedure. Examples of covered transplant services include but are not limited to: heart, heart-lung, lung, liver, small intestine, pancreas, kidney, cornea, small bowel, and bone marrow. Allogenic bone marrow transplant covered healthcare services include medical and surgical services for the matching participant donor and the recipient. However, Human Leukocyte Antigen testing is covered as indicated in the Summary of Medical Benefits. For details see Human Leukocyte Antigen Testing section. This plan covers high dose chemotherapy and radiation services related to autologous bone marrow transplantation to the extent required under R.I. Law § 27-20-60. See Experimental or Investigational Services in Section 3 for additional information. To speak to a representative in our Case Management Department please call 1-401- 000-0000 or 1-888-727-2300 ext. 2273. The national transplant network program is called the Blue Distinction Centers for Transplants. SM For more information about the Blue Distinction Centers for TransplantsSM call our Customer Service Department or visit our website. When the recipient is a covered member under this plan, the following services are also covered: • obtaining donated organs (including removal from a cadaver); • donor medical and surgical expenses related to obtaining the organ that are integral to the harvesting or directly related to the donation and limited to treatment occurring during the same stay as the harvesting and treatment received during standard post- operative care; and • transportation of the organ from donor to the recipient. The amount you pay for transplant services, for the recipient and eligible donor, is based on the type of service.

  • Public Utility Holding Company Neither the Company nor any Subsidiary is, or will be upon issuance and sale of the Securities and the use of the proceeds described herein, subject to regulation under the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935, as amended, the Federal Power Act, the Interstate Commerce Act or to any federal or state statute or regulation limiting its ability to issue and perform its obligations under any Transaction Agreement.

  • Ambulance The deductible and coinsurance for services not subject to copays applies.