EMS Sample Clauses

EMS. “EMS” means Emergency Medical Services as described in RCW 84.52.069(5), as now or later amended, including the provision by the Participating Agencies of emergency medical care or emergency medical services, including related personnel costs, training for such personnel, and related equipment, supplies, vehicles and structures needed for the provision of emergency medical care or EMS.
EMS. When acting as a regional emergency medical services (EMS) board pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Sections 144E.50 to 144E.52, the Board is authorized to take actions, or recommend actions to the appropriate authorities, public and private, which are needed for the coordination and improvement of emergency medical services (EMS) within the counties of Anoka, Xxxxxx, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, Xxxxxx, Xxxxx and Washington.
EMS. EMS personnel will normally be scheduled to work a minimum of eight (8) consecutive hours but not more than sixteen (16) hours per shift. The combination of these shifts will equal forty (40) hours, with the understanding that if the employee works three (3) 12-hour shifts (36 hours), the employee will be paid for 40 hours. Employees will be scheduled consecutive days off, unless otherwise requested by the employee. The Department will attempt to provide a minimum of eight (8) hours off-duty between scheduled shifts, unless otherwise requested by the employee and/or in the case of overtime.

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