Radios. The Contractor or its employees shall not use any of the two-way radios or special telecommunications equipment under any circumstances. No exceptions will be made to this rule. Violation is grounds for immediate termination of this Contract, as well as punitive action.
Radios. This clause in the Lease is to stop noise pollution but if a radio is at the same volume as someone in your office having a normal conversation there is no reason not to have one - 11, p.5 2 Electricity – The Lease allows for ordinary office use, one computer per desk space / 75 sq.ft and a few chargers etc. Additional equipment like electrical heaters / air conditioners / dehumidifiers / servers / fans etc. are billed separately - 21.e, p.5 3 Rent – Yes a monthly Term means the Rent can go up with just one months notice, but our business relies on happy customers. If Rents ever do increase it is only to the current market rate and stays competitive. We want you to stay with us! - 6, p.5
Radios. SFMTA will make every effort to see that each inspector will have a working radio.
Radios. All busses will be equipped with radios for communication with a base station. Also, whenever the base station is not in operation, a cell phone will be made available for all drivers. SECTION “B” – FIELD/SCHOOL ACTIVITY TRIPS
Radios. Contractor shall supply a minimum of four (4) multi-channel programmable hand held radios with one programming or cloning cable, if necessary, for Crew to facilitate communications between overhead personnel and Crew. Authorized radios may be found at the NIFC Wildland Fire Communications site: xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/NIICD/documents.html. Radios must be capable of communicating within a frequency range from 148 MHZ to 174 MHZ on established federal and state frequencies. For each 10-person Crew, every supervisory position must have a programmable hand held radio, and the Crew must have one programming cable, if necessary, for programming. Radios must have narrow band capabilities. Contractors must have the capability to program their radios upon arrival and as may be required at the Incident. Contractor shall not use the firefighting frequencies or USFS frequencies for other than fire suppression activities.
Radios. Employees who are responsible for radios will be paid ten dollars ($10.00) per day for each day they are required to care for the radios. SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE COMPANY UNION ATC TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT LTD. Local 258 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers XXXX XXXXX XXXX X. XxXXX Business Manager and Financial Secretary June 30, 2011 June 30, 2011 Date Date APPENDIX “F” TRAVEL TIME Employees will be paid a nine dollars ($9.00) base rate for all time spent travelling to and from job sites in a Company vehicle. Travel on overtime will be paid at one and one-half (1.5) times their travel time base rate. SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE COMPANY UNION ATC TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT LTD. Local 258 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers XXXX XXXXX XXXX X. XxXXX Business Manager and Financial Secretary June 30, 2011 June 30, 2011 Date Date APPENDIX “G” HEALTH AND WELFARE HEALTH AND WELFARE PLAN All employees who have completed one thousand (1000) hours of service with the Employer will be enrolled in the benefit plan provided by Wawanesa Life. Employees will start coverage on the first (1st) of the month following one thousand (1000) hours. The cost of the plan will be paid on a 50/50 basis. Life Insurance: $50,000. Accidental Death and Dismemberment: $50,000. Extended Health with Drug Card: 80%. Dental: 80% Basic - 50% Major - $1,500.00 yearly maximum. Vision Care $250.00 every twenty-four (24) months per person. SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE COMPANY UNION ATC TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT LTD. Local 258 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers XXXX XXXXX XXXX X. XxXXX Business Manager and Financial Secretary June 30, 2011 June 30, 2011 Date Date