MOBILITY. 14.01 The parties to this Agreement acknowledge that because of the extraordinary safety requirements of railroad work and the specialized nature of the work covered by this Agreement, it is necessary that the Employer have experienced and qualified employees and both parties shall cooperate to the end that all employees hired for work under this Agreement will be capable of performing such work in an experienced, efficient and safe manner.
MOBILITY. It is further agreed that should a Contractor obtain work in any area outside of his/her home area, he/she shall be permitted to bring in his/her own crews comprised of Linemen, Splicer, and other spe- cialists and hire any additional men required through the Union. In his/her home area, the Contractor may continue to use his/her forces to perform any type of work described above and augment his/her forces where necessary from the Union. When a Contractor obtains work outside of his/her home area, Local Union 353 and Local Union 1687 shall act as a clearing house for the Province of On- tario by coordinating manpower requirements and making workers available to Contractors for the whole Province. The Contractor agrees to notify the Local in whose jurisdiction he/she has obtained the work of the names and classifications of men/women he/she is bringing into the area, prior to any crew movement.
MOBILITY. In order to address the issues of crew consistency, timelines and cost competitiveness, the parties agree that the following shall constitute the principles that will govern mobility for the term of the collective agreement.