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Published: October 26th 2011
Source:
John Campbell - Local Chair LE
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Effective October 31st 2011

When an Engineer makes other than a straightaway or TCS trip to the recognized away from home terminal s/he may:

1. Remain first-out after arrival at the HOME terminal provided that s/he books at least five (5) hours but not more than twelve (12) hours rest; not more than One consecutive short turn to apply.

IF less than five (5) or more than twelve (12) hours rest is booked, the turn goes back in regular pool placement as per the “No-Scoop” rule.

Note: This rule does not apply to spare persons working a Pool turn. A pool turn worked by a spare employee will follow its normal pool rotation under the “No-Scoop” rule.

 

 
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