Supplementary Agreements. II.13.1 Any amendment to the grant conditions must be the subject of a written supplementary agreement. No oral agreement may bind the parties to this effect.
Supplementary Agreements. Inasmuch as it is probable that the pattern and detail of the machinery for mutual aid among two or more states may differ from that among the states that are party hereto, this instrument contains elements of a broad base common to all states, and nothing herein contained shall preclude any state from entering into supplementary agreements with another state or affect any other agreements already in force between states. Supplementary agreements may comprehend, but shall not be limited to, provisions for evacuation and reception of injured and other persons and the exchange of medical, fire, police, public utility, reconnaissance, welfare, transportation and communications personnel, and equipment and supplies.
Supplementary Agreements. 5.1 A separate agreement shall be/has been stipulated between the Parties to define the means of provision and/or the guarantees necessary for the execution of the mandate indicated in article 2 and the movement of securities and cash between the said Parties arising from transactions registered in the System, including the Settlement Agent’s expenses, the refund of any costs, and any other item considered appropriate.
Supplementary Agreements. 4.1 A separate agreement shall be/has been entered into between the Parties to define the guarantees necessary for performing the obligations undertaken vis-à-vis each other and those undertaken by the General Clearing Member with CC&G by virtue of the Transfer Orders, the replacement mechanism indicated at Article 2, the management of possible fails of the Non-Clearing Member, the General Clearing Member’s expenses, and the refund of any costs, including any other aspect considered appropriate by the said parties.
Supplementary Agreements. The parties shall reduce to writing what current scheduling practices prevail with respect to the length of the normal work week, starting and quitting times, days off, shifts or the rotation thereof. Thereafter, where changes in schedules affecting bargaining unit employees are warranted by programmatic or operational need, the Employer shall notify the Union and, upon timely request, negotiate with it concerning such changes. Such negotiations shall be for ninety (90) days, at which time either party may move the matter to arbitration pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding entitled "Special Grievances". Nothing herein shall prohibit the parties from mutually agreeing to advance to arbitration prior to the completion of ninety (90) days. Disputes over such changes being made for programmatic or operational needs shall be subject to Article V (Expedited Procedure). Except in RC-10, if emergency situations so dictate, temporary work schedule changes may be implemented by the Employer pending final resolution of the dispute. Changes for reasons other than programmatic or operational needs may be made only by mutual agreement.