Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment Sample Clauses

Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. The Government considers operators as fireline personnel who will use and wear specified articles of personal protective equipment.
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Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. The Employer will provide all personal protective clothing and/or equipment that are required by applicable laws, regulations, and policies. The Employer shall purchase or provide reasonable reimbursement to employees who are required to wear non-prescription safety glasses. For employees who wear prescription glasses, where non-prescription glasses do not provide adequate protection, the Employer shall provide reasonable reimbursement for prescription safety glasses.
Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. Personal protective clothing and equipment required by the Agency to preserve the health and safety of employees shall be furnished and maintained by the Agency without cost to employees. The Agency may initially purchase other clothing items without assuming any further responsibility to maintain those same items, except as specifically required by law and this Agreement. Disposable gloves, disinfectant, and mouth pieces will be accessible to employees while directly caring for patients, residents, clients, inmates or youths.
Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. The Employer will provide all personal protective clothing and/or equipment that are required by applicable laws, regulations, and policies. When the Governor proclaims the existence of a catastrophic health emergency pursuant to Maryland Code, Public Safety Article, Title 14, Subtitle 3A, the Employer will make every reasonable effort to provide appropriate personal protective equipment in accordance with Maryland Department of Health public health guidelines. The Employer shall purchase or provide reasonable reimbursement to employees who are required to wear non-prescription safety glasses. For employees who wear prescription glasses, where non-prescription glasses do not provide adequate protection, the Employer shall provide reasonable reimbursement for prescription safety glasses. Within thirty (30) days of the Governor's proclamation of the existence of a catastrophic health emergency, the Union may request to meet with the Secretary or the Secretary’s designee of each agency employing bargaining unit employees to discuss personal protective equipment and related safety concerns.
Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. For employees working in jobs that require protective clothing and equipment as determined by applicable laws and regulations, the University shall provide all necessary protective clothing and equipment.
Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. The protective clothing and equipment shall remain the property and use of the University at all times and are for the exclusive use of University business only and not to be used for personal business. The University shall provide protective clothing and equipment where such is necessary and where required by applicable state laws and regulations Protective clothing is assigned to an individual, whereas protective equipment may be assigned to a group or functioning unit. Examples of protective equipment may include but not be limited to: safety harnesses, construction helmets, safety vests, high-visibility jackets, foul weather gear, etc. For those employees whose primary or assigned duties require the wearing of safety glasses, as determined by the University and pursuant to applicable laws or safety code(s), the University shall provide safety glasses for those employees. The University shall provide reimbursement for employeesprescription safety glasses damaged in the course of the employee’s regular duties, as long as replacement is not necessitated by the employee’s improper care and/or maintenance of equipment and uniforms.
Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. The Employer shall provide personal protective clothing and equipment (not including safety shoes) that, as determined by the Employer, are required by applicable state laws and regulations. In the event the Employer requires an employee to wear safety shoes on the job, the Employer, upon proof of purchase shall, on an annual basis, reimburse the employee for the cost of one pair of safety shoes as identified by the Employer. The Employer will make available non-prescription safety glasses to employees who are required to wear them as part of their job.
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Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. The company shall provide all employees whose work requires them to wear protective devices with the necessary tools, equipment and protective clothing required including footwear, and safety glasses. These shall be maintained and replaced, where necessary, at the company’s expense.
Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. All personal protective clothing and equipment required by the Employer shall be furnished and maintained by the Employer without cost to the employees.
Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment. The Center will provide all personal protective clothing and/or equipment that is required by applicable law, regulations and policies. For employees who wear prescription glasses, and who are required to wear prescription safety glasses by applicable law or regulation, up to a one hundred twenty‐five dollar ($125.00) reimbursement will be made toward the purchase of prescription glasses with safety lenses, once during the period of this MOU. For employees who are required by applicable law and/or regulation to wear steel toed or composite toed shoes, up to a one hundred dollar ($100.00) reimbursement will be made to the employee once per calendar year during the period of this MOU upon submission by the employee of valid receipt of purchase.
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