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Original Signed. July 25, 2008 Signed this day of , 2016 SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE EMPLOYER Party of the First Part;
Original Signed. July 25, 2008 Renewd: Signed this 11th day of July, 2017 SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE EMPLOYER Party of the First Part;
Original Signed. FOR COPE: Original Signed M. Jensen Labour Relations Advisor K. Payne Union Representative LETTER OF AGREEMENT #11 Re: Payment for Treatment Programs for Employees with Substance Use Disorders In order to address the Parties shared interest in providing assistance to employees with identified substance disorders, the Parties agree that payment for recommended residential treatment programs should not be a barrier to an employee’s recovery. To that end the Parties agree: That upon request from the employee and confirmation of acceptance by the treatment facility, BC Transit will cover the up-front cost of the recommended treatment program. That, upon completion of the program and successful return to work, the employee will sign a reasonable repayment agreement authorizing BC Transit to recover fifty percent (50%) of the debt on an interest free basis by payroll deduction. FOR BC TRANSIT:
Original Signed insurance certificates and endorsements must be sent via email from Contractor’s insurance broker/agent to the City. Additional Insured Endorsements must be provided along with the Certificate of Insurance. Additional Insured Endorsements must not (i) excludecontractual liability”; (ii) restrict coverage to the “soleliability of the Contractor; (iii) exclude “third-party-over-actions”; or (iv) contain any other exclusions contrary to this contract. Contractor’s Automobile Liability and Commercial General Liability insurance policies must contain or be endorsed to contain that they are primary insurance as respect the City. Any insurance, self-insurance, or self-insured pool coverage maintained by the City is excess of the Contractor’s insurance and does not contribute with it.
Original Signed. M. Jensen Labour Relations Advisor K. Payne Union Representative Revised: May 26, 2012 LETTER OF AGREEMENT #4 (Formerly LOU #5) Re: Non-Regular Hours of Work for Safety & Training Officer Where the Employer required that training duties be performed outside of the regular hours of work for the Safety & Training Officer job category, the following shall apply.
Original Signed. Chris Jardine Date (Acting City Manager, St. Albert) Original Signed Michelle Bonnici Date (Director of Human Resources) St. Albert Firefighters Union: Original Signed Warren Gresik Date (President, I.A.F.F. Local 2130) Original Signed Sean Richards Date (Secretary, I.A.F.F. Local 2130) APPENDIX ARatios Of Salaries To The Base Rate (Effective January 1, 2015 through To December 31, 2017) Operations Branch 2015 2016 2017 Platoon Chief 135% 135% 135% Emergency Medical Services Coordinator 127% 127% 127% Captain 122% 123% 123% Lieutenant 111% 112% 112% Senior First Class Emergency Services Personnel 101.5% 101.5% 101.5% First Class Emergency Services Personnel 100% 100% 100% 2nd Year Emergency Services Personnel 91% 91% 91% 1st Year Emergency Services Personnel 83% 83% 83% Probationary (12 months) 78% 78% 78% Communications Branch First Class Emergency Services Dispatcher 95% 95% 95% 3rd Year Emergency Services Dispatcher 85% 85% 85% 2nd Year Emergency Services Dispatcher 80% 80% 80% 1st Year Emergency Services Dispatcher 75% 75% 75% Probationary (12 months) 70% 70% 70% Fire Prevention Branch Fire Marshall 127% 127% 127% Fire Prevention & Safety Officer II 127.5% 127.5% 127.5% Fire Prevention Officer I 110% 110% 110% Probationary (12 months) 105% 105% 105% Training Branch Chief Training Officer 133% 133% 133% APPENDIX B – Salaries Effective January 1, 2015 Annual ($) Bi-Weekly ($) Hourly ($) OPERATIONS BRANCH (÷ 26) (÷ 2184) Platoon Chief 129,903.03 4,996.27 59.48 Emergency Medical Services Coordinator 122,205.08 4,700.20 55.95 Captain 118,356.10 4,552.16 54.19 Lieutenant 107,771.41 4,145.05 49.35 Senior 1st Class Emergency Services Personnel 97,667.84 3,756.46 44.72 First Class Emergency Services Personnel 96,224.47 3,700.94 44.06 2nd Year Emergency Services Personnel 87,564.27 3,367.86 40.09 1st Year Emergency Services Personnel 79,866.31 3,071.78 36.57 Probationary (12 Months) 75,055.09 2,886.73 34.37 COMMUNICATIONS BRANCH First Class Emergency Services Dispatcher 91,413.25 3,515.89 41.86 3rd Year Emergency Services Dispatcher 81,790.80 3,145.80 37.45 2nd Year Emergency Services Dispatcher 76,979.58 2,960.75 35.25 1st Year Emergency Services Dispatcher 72,168.35 2,775.71 33.04 Probationary (12 Months) 67,357.13 2,590.66 30.84 FIRE PREVENTION BRANCH (÷ 26) (÷ 1872) Fire Marshall 122,205.08 4,700.20 65.28 Fire Prevention & Safety Officer II 122,686.20 4,718.70 65.54 Fire Prevention Officer I 105,846.92 4,071.04 56.54 Probationary (12 Months) 101,035.69 3,...
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