Protective. The Hospital agrees to continue its present practices with respect to the provisions of protective clothing and safety devices to employees, subject to the provisions set out below with respect o safety footwear. The Hospital further agrees to meet directly with representatives of the Union or through the Accident Prevention Committee to discuss the need for any protective clothing or safety equipment in addition to that which the Hospital is presently providing. Effective September and on that date for each sub- sequent year, the Hospital will provide per year to each full time employee who is required by the Hospital to wear safety footwear during the course of his duties.
Protective. The Hospital agrees to continue its present practices with respect to the provision of protective clothing and safety devices to employees. The Hospital further agrees to meet directly with the representative of the Union or through the Accident Prevention Committee to discuss the need for any pro- tective clothing or safety equipment in addition to that which the Hospital is presently providing. ARTICLE HOLIDAYS The Hospital agrees to recognize the following public holidays on the day on which they fall to all employees who have completed their period: New Year's Day Good Friday Victoria Day Dominion Day Civic Holiday Labour Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day Boxing Day An employee who is required to work on any of the above named public holidays shall receive pay for such work on the said holiday at the rate of time and one-half the employee's regular rate. Where an employee is required to work authorized overtime in excess his regularly scheduled hours on a paid holiday (but not including hours on a subsequent regularly scheduled shift) such employee shall receive two and one-half ( 2 times his regular straight time hourly rate for such additional authorized overtime. A tour that begins or ends during the twenty-four (24) hour period of a holiday designated in Article where the majority of hours worked falls within the holiday, shall be deemed to be work performed on the holiday for the full period of the tour.
Protective. The Hospital agrees to continue its present practices with respect to the provisions of protective clothing and safety devices to employees. At the same time, the Hospital agrees to meet directly with a representative of the Union or through the Accident Prevention Committee to discuss the need for any additional protective clothing or equipment.
Protective. Protective represents and warrants that this Contract has been duly authorized, executed and delivered by it and, assuming the due authorization, execution and delivery hereof by the other parties hereto, constitutes a legal, valid and binding obligation of it enforceable against it in accordance with the terms hereof, except (i) as enforcement may be limited by bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium or other similar laws affecting the enforcement of creditors’ rights generally or by general principles of equity, regardless of whether enforcement is sought in a proceeding in equity or at law and (ii) that no representation or warranty is made with respect to the enforceability of this Contract to the extent that the source of the funds used by the Owner to purchase this Contract renders such funds, or any property or investment acquired with such funds, subject to governmental seizure or other penalty under the USA Patriot Act of 2001, as amended, or any other law, rule or regulation, relating to money laundering, terrorist financing or other illegal activities.
Protective. The Hospital agrees to continue its present practices with respect to the provision of protective clothing and safety devices to employees, subject to the provision set out below with respect to safety footwear. The Hospital further agrees to meet directly with the representative of the Union or through the Accident Prevention to discuss the need for any protective clothing or safety equipment in addition to that which the Hospital is presently providing. Effective September 1st of each year and on that date for each subsequent year the Hospital will provide per year to each full-time employee who is required by the Hospital to wear safety footwear during the course of his duties. Influenza Vaccine The parties agree that influenza vaccinations may be beneficial for patients and hospital employees. Upon a recommendation pertaining to a facility or a specifically designated thereof from the Medical Officer of Health or in compliance with applicable provincial legislation, the following rules will apply: Employees shall, subject to the following, be required to be vaccinated for influenza. If the full cost of such 'medication is not covered'by some other source, the Hospital will pay the full or incremental cost for the vaccine. If an employee refuses the vaccine required under this provision, she or he may be placed on an unpaid leave of absence during any influenza the hospital until such time as the employee is cleared to return to work. If an employee is placed on unpaid leave, she or he can use banked lieu time or vacation credits in order to keep her or his pay whole. If an employee refuses to vaccine because it is medically contraindicated, and where a medical certificate is provided to this effect, she or he will be reassigned during the outbreak period, unless reassignment is not possible, in which case the employee will be paid. It is further agreed that any such reassignment will not adversely impact the scheduled hours of other employees. Notwithstanding the above, the Hospital may offer the vaccine on a voluntary basis to employees free of charge. This clause shall be interpreted a manner consistent the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Protective terms in relation to the reminding of related risks shall be applicable to this Contract (please refer to Appendix I for details).
Protective rain xxxx ets shall be provided for any em ployee required to perform work in the rain.
Protective work clothing is attire worn over or in place of regular clothing to protect the employee's clothing from damage or abnormal soiling. Safety equipment is equipment intended to protect the employee while on the job. The University shall continue to provide the protective clothing and safety equipment which it currently makes available to the employees covered by this Agreement.
Protective belts and rail adjusting belts; 1.7. Protected areas of facilities or security areas, and 1.8 Any other area or structure that may have a buffer zone or protective band. Article 34 The plan maps of accessibility to services 1. This map shows the areas of service coverage or access to services, expressed in meters or minutes, as provided in the Administrative Instruction on Technical Spatial Planning Norms such as: 1.1. Coverage area of educational institutions of all levels; 1.2. Coverage area of Health services of all levels; 1.3. Coverage area of services of general security institutions; 1.4. Coverage area of communication services; 1.5. Coverage area of transport services, and 1.6. Coverage area of recreational-sports services. Article 35 Planned map of green infrastructure 1. This map presents the development conditions and protection measures for the green infrastructure, respectively the continuous interconnection of the green corridors. This map should contain: 1.1. Nature protected areas; 1.2. Urban parks; 1.3. Recreational-sports spaces; 1.4. Belts and corridors of greenery; 1.5. Vegetation near riparian rivers; 1.6. Hydrographic network; 1.7. Walking and cycling trails; 1.8. Camping areas and resorts, and 1.9. Protective measures identified in the plan for the development and protection of the green infrastructure network. Article 36 The plan maps of natural hazards management 1. This map presents the activities and safeguards measures to be implemented for natural hazard management, such as: 1.1. Activities and protection measures for flood protection; 1.2. Activities and protection measures for landslide protection; 1.3. Activities and protection measures for fire protection; 1.4. Activities and measures for protection from earthquakes, and 1.5. Activities and protection measures from atmospheric hazards. Article 37 Map of over-stratus areas 1. This map shows all the overlay areas and the corresponding name and code which is related or refers to the textual part. Over-stratus areas can be, but are not limited to: 1.1. Natural, cultural, historical and archeological heritage areas; 1.2. Aquifers; 1.3. Areas with potential for flood and flood hazard, landslides and rock rolls; 1.4. Areas with potential for the occurrence of atmospheric extremes. Article 38 Integrated map This map represents the integration of the main or complete parts of the content of the planned maps, in addition to the map from article XX, and should be prepared according to...