Shelter Sample Clauses

Shelter. The Employer will endeavour to provide suitable shelter for serving catered meals.
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Shelter. 11.01 The Employer shall provide a proper and adequate place of shelter sufficiently heated and securely locked after the shift in which the employees may eat their lunch and store their clothing. Drinkable water shall be available at all times. Sanitary toilets shall be provided in accordance with the regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, R.S.O., 1980, c. 321 as amended, the Employer agrees to provide the above facilities before production work commences on the project. It is agreed that these facilities shall be on or in the vicinity of the working area. Such shelter shall not be used for the storage of material, equipment, and tools, which will render the area, unfit for the eating of lunches, and the storing of clothes. A separate area shall be provided for the storage of tools, equipment and materials.
Shelter. Goal: Contractor shall increase the independence of clients by assisting them in obtaining any and all necessary support services (e.g., financial assistance, housing, medical/psychiatric services, etc.) to facilitate a higher level of self-sufficiency. Objective: A minimum of fifty percent (50%) of clients shall obtain stable (permanent or transitional) housing upon discharge. Data collection to be completed by the Contractor.
Shelter. 22.01 Each Employer shall provide a proper and adequate place of shel- ter, sufficiently heated and securely locked in which the labourers may eat their lunch and store their clothing. Sanitary toilets shall be provided in accordance with the regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, as amended. This provision will have been complied with if the Employer has made arrangements with the general contractor or other parties for the use of existing facilities.
Shelter. AFG’s Shelter Program provides a stable home, counseling, and life skills training to homeless young women aged 15-21 and their children. The goal is to empower them to lead productive and fulfilling lives. AFG’s Shelter can house up to 30 young women and their children. In addition to providing homeless young women with a safe and stable place to stay, AFG also provides life skills classes, counseling and case planning services to those we serve—all with the goal of giving them the tools they need to lead fulfilling and independent lives. Hours (for all programs listed below): W 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.; W 1 p.m. – 8 p.m.; Th 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.; Sat/Sun varies Shelter programs include:  Stepping Stones, is designed for homeless and runaway young women ages 15-17 with the goal of family reunificationEmergency Shelter, a program for homeless young women ages 15-21 and their children, with the goal of providing a short-term safe and stable environment until they can get back on their feet  Transition to Independent Living, provides homeless young women with long-term shelter and life skills classes, case planning services, and counseling, with the goal of providing young women with the tools they need to be self-sufficient  Aftercare, which provides continuing support to young women ages 15-21 that have moved out of our shelter as well as to youth who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless in the community Alternatives For Girls’ Internship Application Name Today’s Date Address City, State, Zip Email Address Birthdate Gender Home phone Work phone Cell phone Can you be contacted at work? Yes No Emergency Contact & Relationship to you Phone Do you have any relatives that are current AFG employees or members of the AFG Board of Directors? If yes, please provide their name. AFG conducts Criminal Background checks. Have you been convicted of a crime (anything other than a minor traffic violation) within the last ten years? Are there any felony charges pending against you? Driver’s License # Do you have your own transportation? **Do you plan to drive for AFG? If yes, do you chose to drive your personal vehicle? **If you are applying for an internship with Alternatives For Girls, or if you are applying to volunteer with our Street Outreach Program, you are required to become an eligible driver. This involves; signing the necessary paperwork included in this packet, and passing a driving background check. As an eligible driver, you are not necessarily required t...
Shelter. (a) The Employer shall provide accommodation with adequate tables and seating facilities for Employees covered by this Agreement and it shall be properly constructed, heated and lighted. Said shelter shall be provided at the commencement of the work. There shall be room and provision for the safe storage of the Employees’ tools and clothes and free from materials and equipment. Shelters shall be kept cleaned and sanitary daily by both parties.
Shelter. 27.01 Employers shall furnish a room reasonably heated to 65 degrees Fahrenheit, for Employees to change their clothes and eat their lunch. Employees shall be responsible for maintaining the room in a neat and tidy condition. Material shall not be stored in the lunch area and no work shall be performed in the lunch area.
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Shelter. On all jobs where more than five employees are continuously employed, employers will provide shelter for employees to eat their lunch and store their clothing, whenever reasonably practical, if none be otherwise available. Toilets: Employers shall provide sanitary toilets in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety Act. Tools: Employers shall provide all tools utilized by labourers. The latter will be made responsible for the loss of same.
Shelter. Within a reasonable length of time after the commencement of each new job, adequate toilet facilities and access to fresh drinking water shall be provided by the employer, also suitable quarters shall be provided for employees to change their clothes and to eat their lunch. In winter, these quarters shall be heated. The employer agrees to provide a suitable place, with lock for the Storage and Safekeeping of Employees tools on all jobs. The employer shall be responsible for the loss of tools while in their safekeeping.
Shelter. (iv) Personal Incidentals includes a "Personal Allowance" and "Special Occasion Gift" for the Child. Contractor must provide these to youth/children in its programs per the below definitions. Personal allowance is an allowance given to youth/children during their stay in the program. Items purchased with the personal allowance belong to the youth/Child and go with the youth/Child when he/she leaves the program. Special Occasion Gift is a gift provided to the youth/Child on his/her birthday and during the December holidays.
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