Industrial Sample Clauses

Industrial. 8.05 (a) Pay day shall be once each week, and not more than five (5) days pay may be held back, unless other arrangements are made between the Employer and the Union. Employees are to be paid a minimum of two
Industrial. (a) When a compressed work week is being worked and a statutory holiday falls on a regularly scheduled work day(s) off, then the following regularly scheduled work day(s) will be observed in lieu thereof unless varied by mutual consent. When a statutory holiday falls in the middle of a work week, the Union and the Employer shall mutually agree to the work schedule for that week. Work performed on the date on which the General Holiday falls will be paid at the rates otherwise required by the Collective Agreement, and work performed on the day on which the General Holiday is then observed will be paid at double time. COMMERCIAL/INSTITUTIONAL
Industrial. Refineries, tanks, hangers, ceilings over 60 feet, nuclear plants, steel mills, towers, steeples, dams etc. and or any work that would require cables as a platform to work on.
Industrial. Will include but not be limited to; any and all work/processes to be performed at refineries, tanks, hangers, ceiling over 60 feet, manufacturing and power facilities, steel mills, towers, poles, stacks, steeples, structural steel, etc., and or any work, that would require cables as a platform to perform assigned work.
Industrial. (a) For the purposes of this section, a “regular work day” is a day for which straight time rates would apply and an “overtime day” is a day for which overtime rates would apply to all hours worked. Where a General Holiday falls on an overtime day, the General Holiday will be observed on the next regular work day. Under these circumstances, work performed on the day on which the General Holiday falls will be paid at the overtime rates otherwise required by the Collective Agreement, and work performed on the day on which the General Holiday is then observed will be paid at double time COMMERCIAL/INSTITUTIONAL
Industrial. 4.01 The scope of this agreement for INDUSTRIAL work shall be all plumbing and pipefitting work involved in industrial construction as described below, that is within the jurisdiction of the Union in this agreement. Industrial construction shall mean construction work in respect of the plant process involved in: • Electrical Power Generation; • The development of Mining and Smelting Properties; • The development of Oil Sands Properties; • Oil Refineries, Upgraders and all form of hydro carbon production, extraction or processing; • The development of Chemical Plants from any and all forms of feed stocks or other sources; • Pulp, Paper or Timber/Wood processing mills or sawmills; • Toxic Waste Disposal Systems; • Production and Processing Plants for Natural Gas, LPG, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide or any other manufactured gases; • Base/Precious/Other Metal Production Plants or Upgraders of any and all kinds; • Pumping stations and compressor stations; • Cement, Lime and Gypsum Plants. • Sewage Treatment Plants - when forming a part thereof of the above listed Industrial plants, stations, or systems only • Water Treatment Plants - when forming a part thereof of the above listed Industrial plants, stations, or systems only In addition, Industrial work shall include such work as may reasonably be considered as Industrial Construction as is mutually agreed by the Joint Conference Board to be applicable to this portion of this Agreement effective on the date of ratification of the changes by the parties to this Agreement. COMMERCIAL/INSTITUTIONAL
Industrial. Purpose: to provide for development of facilities for industrial use which may produce smoke, smell, toxic fumes, air and water contaminants, vibrations or noise which may interfere with the use of any contiguous land. Uses: processing of raw materials, manufacturing or assembling of goods, products or equipment, and terminals for the indoor and outdoor storage or transhipping of materials, goods and equipment. This designation also permits uses under the Residential, Commercial, and Light Industrial designations.
Industrial accident leave with full pay shall be allowed for up to sixty (60) working days for illness or injury caused by any given industrial accident. When such a leave overlaps into the next fiscal year, the unit member shall be entitled to only the amount of unused leave due for the same industrial accident. Industrial accident leave is not deducted from accumulated sick leave.
Industrial. The Employer may schedule an afternoon and/or night shift as required. It shall not be necessary for there to be a day shift in order for there to be an afternoon and/or night shift. Two (2) consecutive days shall be necessary to constitute an afternoon shift and three (3) consecutive days shall be necessary to constitute a night shift. Where these shifts are not maintained for these consecutive working days, all time will be paid at overtime rates. The Employer shall pay a shift premium over and above the otherwise applicable minimum straight time hourly wage rate to any employee who is employed on an afternoon or night shift. The minimum straight time hourly wage rate applicable for all other employee classification shall be recalculated accordingly. Such shift premium shall be paid in accordance with the following schedule. Notwithstanding any contrary interpretation of the following schedule, a shift commencing at 3:30 p.m. shall be deemed to be an afternoon shift and a shift commencing at 8:30 p.m. shall be deemed to be a night shift. Overtime on afternoon and nights shifts shall be payable for all hours of work performed in excess of eight (8) hours per shift. These shift premiums will not be paid for Saturday, Sunday or statutory holidays. Day Shift: No shift premium Afternoon Shift: Six dollars ($6.00) per hour worked on any shift which commences between 3:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. second and subsequent meal breaks are not be considered to be hours worked. Night Shift: Six dollars ($6.00) per hour worked on any shift which commences between 8:30 p.m. and before 1:01 a.m. second and subsequent meal breaks are not be considered to be hours worked.
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