Drills Sample Clauses

Drills. Whenever practicable, lifeboat and other emergency drills shall be held on week-days between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Preparations for drills such as stretching out fire hoses and hoisting or swinging out boats shall not be made prior to the signal for such drills. After drill is over all hands shall secure boats and gear and replace fire hoses in safe custody. In no event shall overtime be paid for work performed in connection with such drills.
Drills. 1. Fire, life boat or other emergency drills shall be held between 0800 and 1700 Monday through Friday without the payment of overtime or penalty time. The Master/CO will make every effort to conduct drills during these hours. Payment of overtime at the applicable overtime rate is authorized for off watch/off duty Engineering Officers required to attend any drill in excess of or in addition to: Fire and Emergency – One per week Abandon Ship – One per week Steering Casualty Drill – One per month Man Overboard – One per month Rescue Boat – One per month Line Throwing Apparatus – One per quarter (3 months) Oil/Hazmat Spill – One per quarter (3 months) Security Drill (if required) – One per quarter (3 months)
Drills. 1.12 a) Whenever possible, lifeboat and other emergency drills shall be held on weekdays between the hours of eight (08:00) a.m. and four thirty (16:30) p.m.
Drills. Because earthquakes do not occur regularly, completion of drills are critical to maintaining operational proficiency. WFO SJU will conduct at least one annual drill related to tsunami program procedures, and will notify the SRH Tsunami Program Leader when the drill is completed by the staff members.Appendix A: Sample WFO Checklist to use when a Tsunami Watch, Warning or Advisory is issued by WC/ATWC for Your Area. TSUNAMI WATCH / WARNING / ADVISORY(circle one) Criteria: By direction of the West Coast / Alaska Tsunami Warning Center.Issued: Date Time Valid until: Date Time Initials of Warning Coordinator Area Affected Time Completed/Initial s/ / / / WATCH / WARNING CHECKLIST Put the watch or warning information immediately on NWR as follows:• Get a CRS/NWR Broadcast Template from Appendix B (for a Tsunami Watch) or Appendix C (for a Tsunami Warning) or Appendix D (for a Tsunami Advisory) .• Fill in the blanks on the template. That is what you will read on CRS.• Use the following EAS code (defined locally in your SDM)• Follow the proper procedures to broadcast the message for CRS.• Write on the template the time your message was initially broadcast on NWR.If other weather warnings are in effect during the tsunami event, after a short period of time that the tsunami message has played alone, play the additional warning messages in the interest of protecting lives and property. Keep CRS programming at an absolute minimum. This should all be programmed to happen automatically if you recorded the message correctly on CRS.Issue an SPS product every 30 minutes and broadcast on NWR. The SPS product should provide updates and/or local information (see Section 3.1.a.3 for details).Consider any additional actions that may enhance community response to this watch/warning. These may include additional phone calls to local emergency managers, law enforcement, fire departments, etc, where impact may be particularly damaging. Record all of these actions./ / / / / Continue to record updates from WC/ATWC to CRS and also SPSs issued from your local office.Log all additional incidents or actions that pertain to this event. Any verification information received should be recorded as well.Contact the MIC and WCM if they are not on station. Contact the SERFC.Contact the SRH ROC by calling 817 978 1100, ext 147. Time Completed/
Drills. Safety Drills are scheduled on a regular basis (fire, tornado, intruder) with one or more drills scheduled each month.
Drills. March 15, 2013 - Evacuation Drill - 9:52 amMarch 28, 2013 - Fire Drill - 9:55 am