Wet Weather. In the event of wet weather, work in the open will continue until the particular work in hand can no longer be done safely and efficiently. Whilst it is raining, employees will be required to: Continue to work under cover or relocate to alternative work under cover, on site. Obtain materials and services for employees working under cover where there is only minimal exposure to inclement weather. When required, perform emergency and safety work. In addition, work on unexpected breakdowns, which can be corrected in limited time duration. Should a portion of the project be affected by wet weather, all other employees not so affected shall continue working in accordance with award conditions, regardless that some employees may be entitled to cease work due to wet weather. If a halt to productive work occurs due to inclement weather, the parties agree that employees may be relocated to other unaffected sites. Where the above steps are not possible, affected employees may be required to attend tool box meetings, work planning sessions or skills development activities, all of which will count as productive time for payment purposes.
Wet Weather. The following procedure will not affect the rights and responsibilities of Employee health and safety representatives as determined by the OHS Act. In the event of rain Employees shall follow the procedure outlines below. Employee Advises Supervisor of Rain Supervisor Discusses issue with the Employee Safety Representative Issue Resolved Yes No Employee health and safety representative discusses with Project Manager If all the above has been exhausted and the issue is still unresolved it shall be referred to the disputes procedure set out in clause 15 of Part A of this Agreement. Note: Management will be readily available to discuss issues raised as they occur, as will Employee health and safety representatives in an effort to resolve those issues. Whilst it is raining, Employees will be required to:
Wet Weather. During periods of wet weather that prevents work from being performed on site, the employer, where practical, will transfer employees to an alternative site not so affected, or to the employer's depot/yard to perform maintenance, service-type duties or training. Where this is not practical, all full-time employees shall be entitled to payment by the employer for ordinary time lost through wet weather and the effects of wet weather for up to 40 hours in each calendar month (non-cumulative). This payment is subject to the employee remaining on site in readiness to work. After 4 hours after the cessation of work from wet weather, the employer’s site management may release employees for the remainder of the day, if information indicates rain will continue. If an employee is requested to stay back after other employees have been released on account of wet weather and is required to work in the rain the employee shall be paid single time in addition to the prevailing rate for all work performed. The additional payment shall not apply to employees working in dry situations, which includes working on plant with a weatherproof cabin and/or working undercover who will continue to work the normal Project hours. The number of hours credited to any employee under this Clause shall be reduced by the number of hours for which payment is made in respect of lost time through wet weather. An employee who commences during a calendar month will be credited with pro rata amount based on the balance of the calendar month to be worked
Wet Weather. We will provide a spare full set of clothing to you if you are required to work outdoors during wet weather. You will not be asked to work outdoors in wet weather unless we have provided you with protective clothing. If you get wet while you are performing your duties, you will be allowed to cease work, shower if required and change clothes at any of our facilities in the Newcastle Local Government Area and promptly return to work. If our facilities are unavailable or unreasonable you may, after seeking approval from your Manager, be allowed to cease work and return home without deduction of pay for the purpose of changing clothes, then promptly return to work. If you are required to return to work, we will pay you any fares you may have incurred or the Private Vehicle Allowance for the return journey to your home. If you are required to work on wet days and do not become wet on the job you must: > Perform work as reasonably required; or > Standby for work under cover.
Wet Weather. In the event of an employee ceasing work because of wet weather, payment in respect of periods not worked shall be made subject to the employee remaining at work and standing by until directed by MCW to do otherwise. Employees are expected to undertake suitable alternative work as well as using the opportunity for scheduling required training during periods of prolonged wet weather.
Wet Weather. The Authority agrees to supply wet weather equipment to all maintenance persons required to work outside in inclement weather. In addition, the Authority agrees to supply wet weather equipment to regular transportation employees working as Loaders, QC Assistants.
Wet Weather. 7.6.1. Inclement weather means the existence of rain or abnormal climatic conditions (whether they are those of hail, cold, high wind, severe dust storm, extreme high temperature or the like or any combination thereof) of which it is either not reasonable or not safe for employees exposed thereto to continue working whilst the conditions prevail. Should a portion of the site be affected by inclement weather, all other employees not so affected will continue working regardless that some employees may be entitled to cease work due to inclement weather