Operational Needs. The Township of Mount Olive will provide for all operational needs of the department, including but not limited to office space at the Township of Mount Olive Municipal Building, utilities for said space, equipment, maintenance of all code books, general office supplies, copier and faxing capabilities, telephone, vehicle and/or mileage reimbursement for inter-local employees of this Agreement, costs associated with education, licensing and certifications for inter-local department employees, gasoline, vehicle maintenance for vehicles owned by the Township of Mount Olive and utilized to perform services under this Agreement.
Operational Needs. Notwithstanding service privileges, all vacation approval will take operational needs into consideration.
Operational Needs. The Company may ask an FCM to defer an annual leave period in order to fly. The FCM is not obliged to do so. If he does, the Company shall offer him the periods available during the year. If none is available, the Company may suggest the FCM postpone the leave period to the following year, adding it to his bank so that it be granted during the assignment process. If this process has already been completed, the Company and the FCM shall agree on dates satisfactory to both parties. An FCM who agrees to postpone a period of annual leave under this section shall be allocated two
Operational Needs. Efficient operation of the system is critical in order to achieve one of the primary goals of the project, to improve the efficiency of the corridor as a whole and improve travel times for all users. As a result, the system will need to incorporate the following operational needs: • Provide service 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, with periodic closures to perform maintenance • Provide access to transit vehicles, HOV users, and SOV users that pay a toll • Provide effective ingress and egress points located between each interchange with no additional auxiliary lanes • Provide a means to effectively accommodate the following operational elements: o Transit vehicles o HOV users o SOV users o Motorcycle, and registered hybrid vehicles o Heavy vehicles o Emergency response vehicles o Courtesy Patrol o Allow for efficient equipment maintenance o Allow for efficient snow removal o Effectively manage incidents in the general purpose lanes o Effectively manage incidents in the managed lane o Perform effective managed lane violation enforcement
Operational Needs. In keeping with the mission of the fire department, operational needs shall be of paramount consideration. When any such assignments are necessary or where special issues or problems arise that may not be addressed herein, the Union President or designee will be consulted prior to any changes being made in the operational need’s requirements of this department.
Operational Needs. If operational needs require additional officers or other Positions. The Fire Chief Office may place a Member in a Position without the Mandatory Training requirements. The Fire Chief Office will allow for the promotion to occur but the Mandatory Training requirements will become a priority and will provide the incumbents a timeline to complete the requirements of the Position.
Operational Needs. Nothing in this section shall prohibit the Department from changing personnel assignments to meet operational needs or during emergencies (also see MPA MOU, Section 29). Effective November 1, 2008, the following language shall replace the above language in this section: “For the term of this Memorandum of Understanding unless noted herein, all sworn personnel represented by the Association and assigned as patrol officers and patrol sergeants (including the Canine officer) shall work on the 4/10 Plan. Nothing in this agreement shall preclude the Police Chief, with the concurrence of the City Manager, from assigning sworn personnel represented by the Association to a different work week schedule in the event of an economic emergency declared by the City Council, reductions in the number of sworn personnel, and/or during periods of declared emergency. Sworn personnel represented by the Association who are not covered by the above paragraph in this section can be assigned to any schedule currently in use by the Department or an alternate schedule (i.e. a 5/8, 4/10, 9/80 etc). Employee preference will be considered however operational needs of the organization shall take precedence. The Chief of Police shall make the final determination regarding the appropriate work schedule for the respective assignment. Nothing in this section, however, precludes the immediate altering of a duty assignment or changing of duty hours of any sworn personnel represented by the Association, if deemed necessary to assist in a temporary assignment or if needed for special duty, as defined by the Chief of Police. The 4/10 schedule encompasses the following elements: The patrol division will utilize a modified 4/10 plan based upon a seven-week cycle in which double-up days adjust ahead one day each week. Under this schedule, days off adjust ahead one day each week as well. The double up days are staggered for Watch 3; their work schedule is one week ahead of the other two watches and, thus, their double up day occurs one day earlier. The staggered double up days are subject to consolidation to a single day each week at the discretion of the Chief of Police. Effective January 1, 2009, Police officers and sergeants assigned to Patrol shall bid for shift assignments based on seniority, with exceptions noted below, on an annual basis. The Field Operations Deputy Chief shall make platoon assignments once all shift bids have been received. Community Action Team, Traffic and Canine assignme...