Protective Clothing Sample Clauses

Protective Clothing. 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 protective clothing or safety equipment in addition to that which the Hospital is presently providing.
Protective Clothing. (a) Protective clothing is understood to mean wearing apparel which protects the employee's clothing from excessive dirt, grease, sparks or chemicals.
Protective Clothing. The Employer shall supply suitable gloves or other protective clothing to employees required by the Employer to wear same and/or where the WCB requires the Employer to provide same.
Protective Clothing. The Hospital agrees to continue its present practices with respect to the provisions 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 Health and Safety Committee 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 the Hospital will provide $80.00 per year to each full-time employee and $45.00 per year to each regular part-time employee who is required by the Hospital to wear safety footwear during the course of his duties.
Protective Clothing. The Employer shall provide adequate protective clothing where the need arises.
Protective Clothing. A. When the State requires protective clothing to be worn, the State shall provide the protective clothing. Employees or the Union may request the issuance of protective clothing.
Protective Clothing. 213. Employees assigned to work in the covered channels or on machinery located below the water line in the sedimentation or grit tanks of a sewage treatment plant shall be furnished with protective clothing, uniforms or work clothes and laundry connected with this employment without charge. Employees whose normal duties require them to work in the rain shall be provided with rain gear, including a coat, hat or hood, pants, and overshoes or rain boots.
Protective Clothing. (1) Where employees are required to work in water they shall be supplied with rubber boots.
Protective Clothing. Every employer shall supply protective clothing to each employee as specified in terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993, which shall remain the property of the employer but, when such clothing is delivered to the employee concerned, he shall become responsible for the cleaning and maintenance of the protective clothing.