Mats Sample Clauses

Mats. TSA will provide anti-fatigue mats at bargaining unit employee workstations where bargaining unit employees stand in one place for extended periods of time.
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Mats. Contractor shall clean all mats, as needed, to keep them clean, without a build-up of dirt around or under the mats.
Mats. All floor mat types (rubber, polyester, etc.) shall be cleaned so that they are free of soil, stains, encrustations, and embedded foreign matter and grit.
Mats. Contractor will wash all mats weekly to keep them clean without a build-up of dirt around, on or under the mats.
Mats. Sweep, vacuum, spot clean and scrub as required all mats and runners.

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