Watch. All watches in firefighting companies and firefighting units shall run from 0800 to 2000 hours or from 2000 to 0800 hours. Workday. A workday consisting of either eight (8), ten (10), or twelve (12) hours. Working Conditions. Wages, hours, benefits and terms and conditions of employment, i.e., all matters within the scope of representation under the Xxxxxx-Xxxxxx-Xxxxx Act.
Watch. Bring a functional watch with a second hand or, even better, a stopwatch function. Avoid anything flashy.
Watch. A “watch” involves performing certain tasks required for the operation of the HVAC equipment (central systems over 300 tons), boilers, compressors, and related equipment in a centralized location. Watches include, but are not limited to starting equipment, checking at designated intervals all operating equipment in the area, recording readings, shifting equipment and loads, making adjustments at the central control center, taking water samples, making tests, and adding chemicals as required.
Watch. All watches in firefighting companies and firefighting units, except the arson investigation unit, shall run from 0800 to 2000 hours; or from 2000 to 0800
Watch. “Watch” shall mean a scheduled tour of duty consisting of between eight (8) and twelve (12) hours duration on a daily basis. 3.25.01 “First Watch” shall mean a watch, the major portion of which falls between 24:00 hours and 08:00 hours. 3.25.02 “Second Watch” shall mean a watch, the major portion of which falls between 08:00 hours and 16:00 hours. 3.25.03 “Third Watch” shall mean a watch, the major portion of which falls between 16:00 hours and 24:00 hours. 3.25.04 Where a watch falls equally within two (2) of the above-mentioned time periods, that watch shall be determined by the time period in which it commenced. 3.25.05 In every case, a day’s pay for a statutory holiday or a day in lieu of a statutory holiday shall be equal to the monetary or time equivalent of eight (8) hours work, regardless of the duration of the member’s watch.
Watch. My Wag agrees to use reasonable care, to keep the facilities of Watch My Wag (the “Facility”) clean and properly secured, and to not remove any pet from the Facility except as described in number 3 below.
Watch list of the SGX-ST On 5 March 2014, the Company was placed on the watch-list of the SGX-ST. Pursuant to Rule 1314 of the Listing Manual, the Company may apply for its removal from the watch-list if it records consolidated pre-tax profit for the most recently completed financial year (based on the latest full-year consolidated audited accounts, excluding exceptional or non-recurrent income and extraordinary items) and has an average daily capitalisation of S$40 million or more over the last 120 market days on which trading was not suspended or halted, or satisfies Rule 210(3) of the Listing Manual and either one of the following requirements:-
Watch. The program goals are: 1. To determine if MPAs are meeting their goal of enhancing recreational activities; 2. To provide contextual information on human use for interpretation of biological and socioeconomic monitoring data; 3. To inform MPA management decisions regarding human activity inside MPAs; and 4. To build MPA stewardship among program participants and the public (Xxxxxx et al., 2014). Locally, MPA Watch efforts are led by the non-profit Heal the Bay. • MAMMAL SURVEYS Tracking cetacean and pinniped abundance and distributions will inform long-term research, and test the hypothesis that environmental perturbations such as sea surface temperatures, El Niño events, and human activities may impact mammal populations. • INTERTIDAL SURVEYS Participants will conduct intertidal surveys to develop a baseline for a long term monitoring project collecting compatible coastal data and contributing to a centralized database. This will also in part help to assess impacts of sea level rise, temperature change, and storm occurrences. CONSERVING MARINE LIFE ALONG XXXXXXXX’S COAST 2019 HOW YOU WILL HELP You’ll help scientists to record the abundance of marine mammals such as California sea lions, gray whales, and common dolphins; collect water samples; survey the inhabitants of the intertidal zone; and observe the ways in which humans use this delicate habitat. You’ll contribute to Pacific coast datasets and help to conserve a valuable marine ecosystem. Specific tasks include:
Watch. “Water and Global Change.” This project has perhaps the most direct bearing on the objectives of ACQWA, since its goal is to clarify the vulnerability of global water resources with respect to the societal and economic sectors through analysis, quantification, and prediction of world-wide water resource components in the context of climate change. ACQWA, of course, has a narrower focus since it will examine water resource vulnerabilities of mountain regions with respect to climate change. Nevertheless, there are many features of WATCH that can be instructive for ACQWA, such as: evaluation of how the global water cycle and its extremes respond to future drivers of global change (including greenhouse gas release and land cover change); evaluation of the uncertainties in the predictions of coupled climate-hydrological-land-use models using a combination of model ensembles and observations; and development of an enhanced (modelling) framework to assess the future vulnerability of water as a resource in relation to climate-related vulnerabilities and risks of major water-related sectors, such as agriculture, nature, and utilities. Given the commonality of these points, the prospects for collaboration between the two projects are encouraging. A natural point of contact would be the Max-Xxxxxx-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenshaften e.V., a mutual partner. TWINLATIN: “Twinning European and Latin-American River Basins for Research Enabling Sustainable Water Resources Management.” This project proposes the concept of “twinning” water management practices in various Latin American river basins with policies established in well-known European basins. The river basins in this project are selected to represent a wide variety of conditions (including transboundary issues), and modifications of water management practices based on the local climatic-socio-economic context of the developing nations basins is to be analyzed and developed. This procedure has direct relevancy to ACQWA since one of ACQWA’s latter objectives is the transfer of methodological developments gained from European alpine river basin studies to regions such as the Andes (Chile and Argentina), to help develop mitigation and adaptation policies under challenging political and economic conditions. A point of contact with this project would need to be identified. BRAHMATWINN: “Twinning European and South Asian River Basins to Enhance Capacity and Implement Adaptive Integrated Water Resources Manageme...