2018 - 2019 SCLEAMemorandum of Understanding: Article 10: Uniforms and Safety Boots
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10.1 General Provisions
In its sole discretion, the County shall determine which classifications shall be required to wear uniforms and/or safety boots as a condition of employment. The parties acknowledge that County-issued uniforms and safety boots are not suitable for everyday wear outside working hours, and that employees shall use the uniforms and safety boots only while on duty and traveling to and from County work.
Each employee who is issued a uniform and/or safety boot voucher shall wear the required uniform or safety boots for the employee’s specific work assignment. Any employee who terminates employment with the County must return all uniform items to the County; safety boots need not be returned.
Each employee covered by this Memorandum of Understanding who is required to wear a uniform shall be assigned a full complement of uniforms that meet the specifications prescribed by the County. Each employee who is required by the department head to perform an assignment in which the employee is required to be in uniform shall wear the uniform that conforms to the specifications required by the County. Employees assigned to duties requiring the wearing of a uniform shall be entitled to the replacement of worn out or damaged uniform items as long as they continue to be assigned to such duties provided that such damage occurred through no fault of the employee. Employees who are not assigned to duties that require the wearing of a uniform shall be responsible for the maintenance of a serviceable dress uniform that meets County specifications.
10.3 Safety Boots
Upon initial employment and annually on the first payday in December of each fiscal year, the County shall provide an annual voucher of $200.00 towards the purchase of required safety boots for each employee in the following classifications: Park Ranger I, Park Ranger II, Probation Industries Crew Supervisor, and Probation Industries Field Supervisor.