Millwright. Xxxxx be qualified to assist and work under the direction and instructions of Xxxxxxxxxx "II", "I", "A" or "Lead". He work alone at times performing assignments in keeping with his training. During the course of his year, xxxxxxx must become proficient in good practices in the areas of fitting, aligning, lubricating and the operation of all shop tools and machines. In addition to the foregoing, he will be exposed to and begin the process of learning techniques required in trouble shooting key production machinery, basic welding and machining, but will not be expected to display a high degree of proficiency in these areas at this point. Xxxxxxxxxx "III" Must be capable of performing the tasks of fitting, aligning, lubricating and able to operate all shop tools and machines. Must under direction become proficient in basic welding and pipefitting as well as dismantling and reassembly of plant equipment. Under direction, will continue to develop skills in trouble shooting ail plant equipment and improve his skill at machining parts and be exposed to basic principles of hydraulics and pneumatics. He may work alone occasionally but will require direction and instructions from Xxxxxxxxxx "II", "I", "A" and "Lead". Xxxxxxxxxx "II" Must be capable, without direction, of fitting, aligning and lubricating, and taking and reassembling plant equipment. In addition, is expected to be able to weld, operate shop tools and do pipefitting as required. Must under direction, become proficient at effective methods of trouble shooting and repairing hydraulic, pneumatic and mechanical faults in plant machinery. Must under supervision, become proficient at reading and understanding blue prints, all phases of installing new equipment, laying out hydraulic and mechanical drives and meet speed and power requirements correctly.
Millwright. In the case of a job site located outside a millwright’s region of residence, the employer may assign a millwright holding a journeyman competency certificate or an apprentice competency certificate anywhere in Quebec, provided the millwright has worked 1,500 or more hours for the employer in the construction industry in Quebec or elsewhere in Canada during the first 24 months of the 26 months preceding the issuance or renewal of his competency certificate, as follows:
Millwright. The rest period provided for under Paragraph c) of this Subsection is eliminated to allow an employee to finish work 15 minutes earlier, or it may be worked and paid at the applicable wage rate.
Millwright. An employee who works on a shift other than the first shift shall receive an hourly premium of 10% of his wage rate seven days a week (Sunday to Saturday), including statutory holidays and all overtime hours worked.
Millwright. Any work performed on Saturdays and Sundays or after 1 overtime hour per day is paid double time. The first overtime hour is paid time and a half.
Millwright. An hourly premium of 10% of his wage rate shall be paid to the employee for every hour worked under the conditions specified in Subsection 1), seven days a week (Sunday to Saturday), including all overtime hours worked.
Millwright i. An employee shall give his employer, at the employer’s request, an up-to-date inventory of his personal tools upon his arrival at the job site. The employer may, at any time, check the accuracy of such inventory.
Millwright. A millwright who performs welding work shall be paid the journeyman or apprentice wage rate, depending on his hours of apprenticeship.
Millwright. Within the framework of the application of Article 23.09 4), this com- pensation is also payable for the day preceding the first day of work. This compensation is only payable once per job site and per employer. However, this article applies also when an employee is called back to work on the same job site following layoff, except in the case of a compulsory annual vacation. Moreover, daily compensation for room and board as specified in this special rule shall be payable for each day of the week from Sunday to Saturday when the distance from an employee’s resi- dence to the job site is more than 480 kilometres by the shortest route between these two points and the employee works a full week in accor- dance with the established standard schedule. This provision shall not result in the payment of compensation for room and board more than seven (7) times within the same weekly period. When the distance from an employee’s residence to the job site is 480 or more kilometres, an employee whose job lasts for 5 days or less shall receive the com- pensation specified under this special rule for the day following the last day of work. However, this provision shall not apply: • When other compensation for travel- ling expenses is applicable during the same week, except in the case of compensation paid for the day pre- ceding the first day of work. • In the event of layoff or transfer to another job site.
Millwright i. An employer is required to remit to the Commission, with its monthly report, $0.04 for every hour worked by each employee in the month preceding its report.