Outlets. When the hours of work in an outlet are reduced the available hours of work shall be assigned amongst the full time employees in the outlet so that the normal hours of work of the full time employees with the most outlet seniority and who have the skill and ability to do the work involved will not be reduced until the hours of work of more junior employees have been reduced. A full time employee who would have his or her hours of work reduced whereby he or she would be regularly working not more than 24 hours per week in the job classification and outlet shall be entitled to bump a part time employee in the same job classification and outlet if the full time employee has the skill and ability to do the work of the part time employee in the outlet. Any part time employee bumped by the foregoing may bump a more junior part time employee in the job classification and outlet provided that he or she has the skill and ability to do the work involved.
Outlets. Duplex convenience wall outlets as shown on the floor plan attached hereto and made a part hereof.
Outlets. 1. The height of the centerline of the 4½-inch streamer nozzle shall be set above the curb or finish grade at a height of 22 + 2 inches.
Outlets. Landlord shall reuse existing outlets where possible. Landlord shall replace existing outlet covers with new white Decora. · Landlord shall install new duplex wall convenience outlets throughout the Premises at one (1) outlet per 150 rentable square feet with one (1) circuit per six (6) outlets. No room to have less than one (1) receptacle. · Landlord shall provide and install two (2) dedicated duplex outlets throughout the Premises. · All receptacles to be white decora.
Outlets a) Power: 15 amps 125 volt specification grade duplex receptacle mounted vertically, 15 AFF. to centerline, white plastic coverplate. ELEVATOR
Outlets. Existing electrical outlets to rennin at all partitions to remain. · Landlord will provide and install new duplex wall convenience outlets such that throughout the Demised Premises there is no less than one (1) outlet per 150 rentable square feet with one (1) circuit per six (6) outlets. No room to have less than one (1) receptacle.
Outlets. You still have some dated 2 prong outlets. It is recommended that you upgrade these to get the ground and because you will get fresh connections at all the outlets. There are some outlets that need to be updated. Have a qualified electrician evaluate the conditions noted and repair as needed. Open ground (ground is not connected): many outlets were not wired correctly. Further evaluation needed. Have the electrician check every outlet for proper wiring. Loose outlets (not well secured to the wall) GFIC / AFCI The house does not have the normal array of GFICs. Ground fault interrupter circuits (GFICs) are now recommended for all damp areas. GFIs are extra sensitive and fast circuit breakers, usually built right into the outlet, that are located in areas where people might mix electric devices and water. They are a helpful safety device and a recommended modernization. In new construction they are required in all bathrooms, kitchens, outside, in the garage, and one in the basement. You should add them to any of those places that don't have them. The "AFCI" is an arc fault circuit interrupter. It is not to be confused with a GFCI although they look similar. AFCIs are newly developed electrical devices designed to protect against fires caused by arcing faults in the home electric wiring. The AFCI is a circuit breaker that goes in the electric panel to protect outlets and lighting circuits. It performs the normal duty of circuit breaker, which is to turn a circuit off if it is being overloaded, but it has an added benefit also. It de-energizes a circuit if it senses arcing thereby reducing (not eliminating) the chance of fire. They will not eliminate arcing but they can reduce the effects of arcing. In new construction they are installed in bedroom circuits. Older homes with aging and deteriorating wiring systems can especially benefit from the added protection of AFCIs. AFCIs should also be considered whenever adding or upgrading a panel box while using existing branch circuit conductors. MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRIC REPAIR NEEDS The spot light on the rear corner is loose on the exterior. Missing cover plates were seen on several outlets, switches, or both.
Outlets. The seniority of an employee with regards to layoff, recall from layoff or any other provision set out in this article shall be by outlet. The Operational Category bargaining unit be divided into the following operations called outlets: CANEX Retail Expressmart CANEX Food Services Gas Officers' Messes Ranks Messes Xxxxxxxx Golf and Curling Club Recreational Group