Drills. Classified unit members shall be allowed to participate in all disaster and earthquake drills, including leaving the campus or work locations for the remainder of the day if students and faculty personnel are allowed to do so.
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. 8.1 Lifeboat, fire and other emergency drills shall be held at the discretion of the Master. Preparation for drills shall not be done prior to the signal for such drills, and after drill is over all hands shall secure all equipment used in such drill in safe custody. In no event shall overtime be paid for work performed in connection with such drills, except when employees, not onboard the vessel, are required to report prior to their normal starting time.
Drills. The Master shall ensure that a CBR-D drill is conducted on a quarterly basis. The CBR-D drill shall involve the entire crew inn scenario that requires donning gas masks, exercising the decontamination team(s), and rigging and activating the WWDS. These drills should be alternated between a Chemical Defense Drill and a Radiological Defense Drill. Thus, within one year, a ship should have conducted two (2) Chemical Defense Drills and two (2) Radiological Defense Drills. C-15.3 Small Arms Training. A minimum of five crewmembers are required to be small arms qualified. Mariners who are to bear small arms shall hold a valid certificate from a MSC approved small arms instruction and qualification provider.
Drills. The Manager of Marine Operations (Captain) may, whenever he deems it advisable, require any employee to participate in lifeboat or other emergency drills. Such drills will take place at least once per calendar month. Employees required to participate in putting away equipment after the drill is completed shall be paid for at the applicable rate for the time worked. It is each employees responsibility (including reliefs) to familiarize with the ship's safety equipment. Officers and unlicensed staff assist in this process.
Drills. Fire drills have long been accepted as an important and effective tool in preparing staff and students for procedures to be followed in the event a fire breaks out in a school. As with fire drills, drills and education related to evacuation following a bomb threat or explosives incident can help maintain order in the event of an incident. Such drills can be held as part of a school’s emergency evacuation drills.