SAFETY PROVISIONS Sample Clauses

SAFETY PROVISIONS. It is the essence of this Order that all Services to be performed by Seller shall be done in a safe and good workmanlike manner, free of any accidents. Accordingly, Seller shall promulgate, maintain, and enforce appropriate safety and health rules and procedures (including training) with respect to its personnel and the Work to be performed hereunder, which rules and procedures at a minimum shall be the equivalent of or exceed applicable Buyer safety and health rules. All Services performed hereunder shall fully comply with all lawful governmental safety and health requirements, including the rules and standards established by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 ("OSHA"), as amended, and any other applicable federal, state and/or local safety or health laws, rules or regulations. Any equipment provided by Buyer to Seller for the benefit of Seller's employees or those of its subcontractors shall be at the sole risk and liability of Seller to make sure that such equipment is fit for the use intended and is in proper working order. SELLER AGREES TO INDEMNIFY (INCLUDING ATTORNEYS' FEES) DEFEND, AND TO SAVE HARMLESS BUYER FROM ANY AND ALL CLAIMS OF SELLER, SELLER’S SUBCONTRACTORS, AND THEIR EMPLOYEES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF ANY EQUIPMENT FURNISHED BY BUYER OR ADVICE GIVEN BY BUYER RELATING TO SUCH EQUIPMENT, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, IT BEING UNDERSTOOD THAT BUYER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE UNDER LAW, CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE. Seller shall maintain a drug and alcohol-free workforce at all times while on Buyer's premises/location. Upon Buyer's request, Seller shall provide Buyer with a copy of all accident reports prepared by or submitted to Seller, including all OSHA illness and injury reports.
SAFETY PROVISIONS. 30.01 The Employers and Unions recognize that all work shall be performed in accordance with those regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act for the Province of Alberta which apply to the Construction Industry. The Employers and Unions will instruct its representatives and/or members in all standard safety precaution required under the authority of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The Employer shall also provide all necessary safety equipment as required by the above mentioned regulations. The Employer shall supply at no cost to all employees, when required; safety helmets, sweat bands, liners, suitable sized leather gloves, and ear protection. For those performing welding operations, welding mitts and liners, welding gloves, welding helmets, welding and burning goggles, non-prescription safety glasses, protective leather jackets or equivalent for welders when required, and proper ventilation equipment. The above safety articles shall be of suitable sizes. When a xxxxxxx sustains an injury between starting time and quitting time on the jobsite and is required to be absent because of injury while working on the jobsite, he shall receive the regular rate of wages until he returns to the jobsite up to quitting time as provided for the specific shift. The Employer will be responsible for supplying Employees with running equipment lockout procedures prior to commencement of work.
SAFETY PROVISIONS. A. Employees will not be required to work under unsafe or hazardous conditions or to perform tasks, which endanger their safety or well being.
SAFETY PROVISIONS. The Company shall continue to make reasonable provisions for the safety and the health of its employees at the plant during hours of their employment. Protective devices from injury shall be provided by the Company. Employees, subject to this Agreement, will abide by safe practice rules and regulations of the Company, and failure to do so may be considered grounds for dismissal. No employee shall be required to perform services which, in the considered judgment of the Company and the Union, seriously endanger his physical safety; his refusal to do such work shall not warrant or justify discharge. If any employee refused to perform such work, representatives of the Company and the Union shall immediately attempt to decide the safety factor. Should they be unable to agree, the decision of a representative of the Safety Department of the Company shall be obtained. If the employee still feels an unsafe condition exists, he will not be required to perform that given job, and the Company will have the work done by any means it elects.