18.01 A bulletin board for the use of the union shall be provided by the Employer and located in a place easily accessible and conspicuous to the employees concerned. All postings must first be approved by the General Manager to ensure that no offensive, defamatory, or indecent material is posted thereon.
18.02 All routine maintenance and cleaning of vehicles and equipment are the responsibility of the duty crew.
18.03 Saskatchewan College of Paramedics: The Company will ‘top up’ reimbursement from other sources to a maximum reimbursement from all sources to fifty-five percent (55%) of the license fee levied by the Saskatchewan College of Paramedics within thirty-one (31) days of their submission to the Employer of proof of payment.
Commencing with the 2021 license fee levied by the Saskatchewan College of Paramedics, the maximum reimbursement from all sources will be one-hundred percent (100%) of the license fee.
Where an Employee works for another Employer, before any request for reimbursement will be considered, the Employee shall first submit a request for reimbursement to her other employer and provide both proof of the request for reimbursement and proof of any reimbursement received. In accordance with Article 10.04(e), 11.02(c) and 11.06, Employees must have worked over eighty (80) seniority hours in the four (4) months prior to SCoP deadline of December 1, with the exception of employees who commenced employment on or following August 1 of that year, who will be eligible for reimbursement.
18.04 Personal Cell Phones
Employees shall have the right to use personal cell phones provided such use does not interfere with service or pose a risk to employee or patient safety.
18.05 AM/FM Radio
Employees shall be entitled to listen to the radio while driving, provided the volume is at an appropriate level so as not to interfere with on-board communication or patient monitoring devices and provided there are no patients present.
18.06 Employees shall be entitled to book medical appointments which will occur during a standby shift provide that it does not interfere with the ability to respond within the prescribed time limits, or with their availability to handle scheduled business activities (e.g. school presentation, etc.).