Ohio Department of Natural Resources Sample Clauses

Ohio Department of Natural Resources. A minimum of thirty-six (36) hours of law enforcement related in-service training will be provided annually by the Department to each member of the bargaining unit. The hours spent in annual firearms qualification and in meeting training requirements mandated by the Ohio Peace Officers Training Council to retain Ohio Peace Officer Certification shall be considered as part of the thirty-six (36) hours of annual in-service training. The Department retains the right to require any member of the bargaining unit to attend additional training provided by or for the Department. The costs of training required by the Department will be paid for by the Department and will be paid at regular rate.

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  • Cultural Resources If a cultural resource is discovered, the Purchaser shall immediately suspend all operations in the vicinity of the cultural resource and notify the Forest Officer. Operations may only resume if authorized by the Forest Officer. Cultural resources identified and protected elsewhere in this contract are exempted from this clause. Cultural resources, once discovered or identified, are not to be disturbed by the Purchaser, or his, her or its employees and/or sub- contractors.

  • HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT 14.1 The Supplier Personnel must in all respects be or be deemed to be under the control and direction of the Supplier, and the Supplier will be responsible for complying (and ensuring that all Supplier Personnel comply) at all times with the provisions of all Company Procedures and all applicable health, safety, welfare and environmental legislation, including, without limitation, the Beach Energy Code of Conduct, which is available at the Company’s website xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxx.xxx.xx/xxx-xxxxxxxxx/.

  • Health & Safety (a) The Employer and the Union agree that they mutually desire to maintain standards of safety and health in the Home, in order to prevent injury and illness and abide by the Occupational Health and Safety Act as amended from time to time.

  • Cooperation on forestry matters and environmental protection 1. The aims of cooperation on forestry matters and environmental protection will be, but not limited to, as follows: (a) establishing bilateral cooperation relations in the forestry sector; (b) developing a training program and studies for sustainable management of forests; (c) improving the rehabilitation and sustainable management of forest with the aim of increasing carbon sinks and reduce the impact of climate change in the Asia-Pacific region; (d) cooperating on the execution of national projects, aimed at: improving the management of forest plantations for its transformation for industrial purposes and environmental protection; (e) elaborating studies on sustainable use of timber; (f) developing new technologies for the transformation and processing of timber and non-timber species; and (g) improving cooperation in agro-forestry technologies. 2. To achieve the objectives of the Article 149 (Objectives), the Parties may focus, as a means of cooperation and negotiations on concluding a bilateral agreement on forestry cooperation between the two Parties. Such collaboration will be as follows: (a) exchanges on science and technology as well as policies and laws relating the sustainable use of forest resources; (b) cooperation in training programs, internships, exchange of experts and projects advisory; (c) advice and technical assistance to public institutions and organizations of the Parties on sustainable use of forest resources and environmental protection; (d) facilitating forest policy dialogue and technical cooperation under the Network of Sustainable Forest Management and Forest Rehabilitation in Asia- Pacific Region, initiated at the 15th Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Meeting; (e) encouraging joint studies, working visits, exchange of experiences, among others; and (f) others activities mutually agreed.

  • HEALTH AND SAFETY 7A01 The parties to this Collective Agreement endorse the importance of a safe and secure environment, in which nurses must work. The parties will work together in recognizing and resolving Occupational Health and Safety issues. 7A02 In accordance with the Workplace Safety and Health Act, the Employer agrees to make reasonable and proper provisions for the maintenance of a high standard of health and safety in the workplace and will provide safety and personal protective equipment where required and install safety devices where necessary. 7A03 The Workplace Safety and Health Committee shall operate with Union representation for the purpose of ensuring health and safety in the workplace and the identification of health and safety hazards. On an annual basis the Workplace Safety and Health Committee will be provided with a copy of the Critical Incident Stress Management or applicable policies for review. 7A04 The Employer and the Union agree that no form of abuse of nurses will be condoned in the workplace. Both parties will work together in recognizing, facilitating the reporting of alleged abuse and resolving such problems as they arise. Any nurse who believes a situation may become or has become abusive shall report this to the immediate supervisor. The Employer shall notify the Union ninety-six (96) hours after the receipt of the report. Every reasonable effort will be made to rectify the abusive situation to the mutual satisfaction of the parties. There shall be a policy supporting a Respectful Workplace and zero tolerance of staff abuse which shall be reviewed annually by the Workplace Health and Safety Committee. Such policy shall address the issue of communication strategies, which will include signage. The Employer’s Respectful Workplace policy shall include a commitment to conclude the investigation as quickly as is reasonably possible and that the investigation process itself will be conducted in an impartial manner. 7A05 At the request of a nurse, the Employer shall provide, at no cost to the nurse, vaccination(s) and/or immunization(s) for occupational illness(es) in accordance with the Canadian Immunization Guide from the Laboratory Centre for Disease for Health Canada. 7A06 Rehabilitation and Return to Work Program - The Employer agrees to actively participate and facilitate the rehabilitation and return to work of ill, injured or disabled nurses even when she/he is not covered under the D & R, WCB or MPI programs. Any such nurse will be supernumerary in nature when reasonably possible. The Union shall be notified by the Employer if there is a request for a Rehabilitation and Return to Work Program for a nurse. The Employer shall include the Union in the initial meeting with the nurse to review the provisions of the program to ensure that the work designated is within her/his restrictions and limitations. If required, the Employer shall schedule subsequent (progress) review(s) with the Union and the nurse and may proceed without the Union’s involvement subject to the Union’s concurrence. Where appropriate, by agreement between the Employer and the Union, job postings may be waived. 7A07 Whistle Blowing Protection - Nurses who exercise their rights in accordance with the Public Interest Disclosure Act shall not be subject to discipline or reprisal. 7A08 Basic pay or equivalent time off with a minimum of one (1) hour guaranteed to nurses who are not on duty, will be granted to nurses appointed by the Union to attend meetings of the Workplace Safety and Health Committee or to perform such other duties as may be specified in the Workplace Safety and Health Act or prescribed by regulation. In accordance with the Workplace Safety and Health Act, a nurse is entitled to take time off from her/his regular work duties in order to carry out her/his duties as a committee member under this Act and the regulations. The nurse shall be paid by the Employer at her/his regular or premium pay, as applicable, for all time spent carrying out her/his duties as a committee member under this Act and the regulations. Upon application, each nurse on the Workplace Safety and Health Committee shall be granted paid educational leave in accordance with the Workplace Safety and Health Act. As part of the above paid education days, new Committee Members shall be required to attend a basics course offered by Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health or an equivalent course approved by the Workplace Safety and Health Committee within their first year on the Committee.

  • Department of Transportation 4. Time Limitation for Submittal of a Complaint - A complaint may not be brought under this subsection more than three years after the date on which the alleged reprisal took place.

  • Federal Water Pollution Control Act 1. The contractor agrees to comply with all applicable standards, orders, or regulations issued pursuant to the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.

  • Home Health Care This plan covers the following home care services when provided by a certified home healthcare agency: • nursing services; • services of a home health aide; • visits from a social worker; • medical supplies; and • physical, occupational and speech therapy.

  • Pollution Control The Employer and the Union agree to limit all forms of environmental pollution.

  • Energy Conservation The Contractor agrees to comply with mandatory standards and policies relating to energy efficiency which are contained in the state energy conservation plan issued in compliance with the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.