Subsistence a) On projects beyond one hundred (100) road kilometres from the City Xxxx Xxxxxx or Saskatoon each Employee shall be paid the subsistence allowance per day for each day worked. Notwithstanding the above, persons working the four (4) day, ten (10) hour day work week and who work the four days shall be paid five (5) days subsistence allowance with appropriate receipt for proof of accommodation. However, if additional days are worked within the same week the subsistence allowance will revert to the per day worked basis and the five (5) day subsistence for the four (4) days worked will not apply.
Subsistence. Employees who are required to travel beyond a fifty (50) kilometer radius from the site or fifty (50) kilometres from their designated work area [where that work area exceeds a fifty (50) kilometre radius from their site] on business authorized by the Employer shall be reimbursed for expenses incurred as shown below, or in accordance with the Province of Alberta Regulations Governing Subsistence or Employer Policy, whichever is higher.
Subsistence. When host agency subsistence incident camps are available, meals and bedding for LGFF's operator(s) will be furnished without charge. The host incident agency will furnish meals and lodging without cost if hotel/restaurant subsistence is the approved camp for incident personnel. LGFFs may be paid per diem & lodging expenses to and from incidents by the agency responsible for payment. Exception: Travel expenses and travel time for crew swaps that occur within the tour of duty to meet LGFF department staffing needs are done so at the cost of such departments.
Subsistence. When Government subsistence incident camps are available, meals and bedding for Contractor's will be furnished without charge. Government will furnish meals and lodging without cost if hotel/restaurant subsistence is the approved camp for incident personnel. Double occupancy of hotel rooms may be required. Contractors are not paid per diem or lodging expenses to and from incidents.
Subsistence. 4.51 Subsistence rates when payable shall be $70.00 per night for lodging and $14.00 per meal.
Subsistence. Subsistence in early Euro-American farmsteads was based largely on foods produced directly for household consumption. With limited transportation systems and access to processed flour, wheat was an important crop. Water-powered gristmills were among the earliest important industries. Hogs were important sources of meat, cattle provided milk and butter, and chickens were commonly kept for eggs. Fruit trees and vegetable gardens were also important sources of food on many nineteenth century farms. In addition to these homegrown foods, wild plants and animals supplemented the diet. Deer, various small game mammals, fish, waterfowl, and wild turkey were common, along with wild nuts and fruits, which were seasonally available. Flotation samples taken from feature contexts should provide abundant evidence of subsistence. Identification of carbonized and uncarbonized plant remains will document the range of wild, domestic, and exotic plant species present. Wild, domesticated, and imported animal resources will be identified through the analysis of faunal remains recovered from flotation samples, as well as larger specimens recovered through standard excavation procedures. Mitigation Plan Investigations will be conducted in compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, and will be carried out by ISAS archaeologists who meet the Secretary of the Interior’s professional qualifications standards (48-FR-447838-9). In designing and carrying out the work, ISAS staff will also take into account the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation’s publication on the “Treatment of Archeological Properties.” Standard ISAS methods (as outlined in the ISAS Field Manual 2005) will be employed in all aspects of the data recovery. A standard controlled surface collection grid (generally comprised of 10x10m collection units) will also be used, where possible, as the basis for a gridded metal detector survey to recover that class of artifacts. These individual grid cells will also form the parameters for subsequent machine-aided excavation units, which will be removed in an incremental fashion to increase the artifact sample from the site. Experience indicates that a significant percentage of the historic artifacts from a given site are located in the plow zone and this material, if collected systematically, can provide information about the location of activity loci that are generally not represented by subsurface features (i.e. barnyard activities). Give...
Subsistence. When Cement Masons are required to travel seventy (70) miles or over, they shall receive sixty-five dollars ($65.00) per day subsistence pay. On subsistence jobs, the employee shall be paid from the point of referral to the jobsite and return at the beginning and ending of the job at the regular travel expense rate plus $0.25 a mile for each mile over seventy (70) radius miles.
Subsistence. If one employee is required to live away from his or her place of residence, said employee shall be paid seventy-five dollars ($75.00) per day, for room and board, or actual reasonable room and board cost, whichever is greater. In addition, they shall receive the negotiated rate of pay and fringe benefits for all hours worked.