Personal Protective Equipment Sample Clauses

Personal Protective Equipment. 64.1 While not being part of any issue of work clothing/equipment supplied (see clause 26), the Employer shall be required to provide personal protective equipment (SAA approved) for use, when necessary for the Employee to perform their required duties including:
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Personal Protective Equipment. The Parties agree to provide their respective responding personnel with approved personal protective equipment (PPE) suitable for the assignment. In the case of U.S. Forest Service resources, NFPA standards apply in wildland fire situations. In the case of Department resources NFPA or CAL OSHA, title 8 specifications meet the requirement. At no time will personnel respond without the approved PPE.
Personal Protective Equipment. Whenever work is performed aboard U.S. Naval Ships or vessels at piers or dry docks of a Naval Shipyard or Naval Station, Contractor employees (including management personnel) shall have and use at all times the following personal protective equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment. 20.1 The Mandatary shall ensure that his / her responsible persons and employees are provided with adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) for the work they may perform and in accordance with the requirements of General Safety Regulation 2 (1)
Personal Protective Equipment. 41.01 The Employer will provide employees with such protective equipment, devices and safety clothing as is prescribed by the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Personal Protective Equipment. (a) An employee who is or may be required by her or his Employer or by law to wear or use any protective clothing, equipment or device shall be instructed and trained in its care, use and limitations before wearing or using it for the first time and at regular intervals thereafter and the employee shall participate in such instruction and training.
Personal Protective Equipment. 29.1 The Company shall provide the necessary personal protective equipment in accordance with ISM/IMO regulations, or any applicable national regulations that specify any additional equipment, for the use of each seafarer while serving on board.
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Personal Protective Equipment. Contractor shall require its employees to wear personal protective equipment as specified by Railroad rules, regulations, or recommended or requested by the Railroad Representative.
Personal Protective Equipment. 14.1 The City agrees to make available all required personal protective equipment when needed during the normal course of work (i.e., protective eyewear, protective footwear) in compliance with Cal-OSHA regulations and upon approval of the Department Director or designee.
Personal Protective Equipment. The Company will make provisions for the health and safety of Employees during their hours of employment in accordance with the law. The Company will provide protective devices, protective apparel and other equipment necessary to properly protect Employees from illness and injury. It is each Employee’s responsibility to abide by established safety rules and policies. If a condition arises that presents a danger to an Employee’s health or safety, the Employee will report the hazard to his/her Supervisor, who will promptly investigate and take whatever action is necessary to correct the condition. At no cost to Employees, the Company will furnish gloves and protective clothing in sufficient quantities and proper sizes for such kinds of work that are determined to require the use of such protective clothing. Eye protection is required in the plant where mandated by Occupational Health & Safety Act standards. Safety glasses will be provided and replaced if broken or damaged. To receive a new pair of non- prescription safety glasses, an Employee must turn in their old pair of safety glasses. Prescription safety glasses will be available to all those who require safety glasses to perform their job. New Employees who require prescription safety glasses must have them prior to the commencement of employment. If the standard lenses or frames are damaged as a result of an on-the-job incident, they will be replaced. New prescription standard safety glass frames and/or lenses will be issued and paid for by the Company, every two (2) years. The Company will reimburse Employees who are required to wear steel-toed safety shoes up to $75.00 per year (or $150.00 every two years) during the term of the Agreement. The parties will develop and maintain programs and practices that are focused on minimizing the ergonomic issues related to the Company’s manufacturing processes. These practices may include rotating positions within a classification, as appropriate.
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