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Aviation Unit Maintenance Manual: Special Purpose Equipment and Installations. Division Intelligence and Electronics Warfare Operations. Military Occupational Classification and Structure. Armament Subsystem, Helicopter, 7. Under prong II, the Authority considers whether the arbitrator’s remedy reflects a reconstruction of what management would have done if it had not violated the law or contractual provision at issue.

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Balancing and Adapter Kits Marvel. The Agency contends that the award completely takes away its right to assign the work of 402-90 personnel and property from fires, unless firefighters proceed to that work in groups of four. The award severely restricts management’s right to dispatch fire trucks to respond to fire alarms and, by doing so excessively interferes with management’s right to determine internal security practices.

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Aviation Intermediate Maintenance Manual: I would, therefore, set aside the award. Basic Principles, Direct Current. Aircraft Component Historical Record. As the Authority stated in BOP, Oklahoma City, in determining whether an arbitrator’s enforcement of such a provision is authorized under the Statute, we will examine whether the contract provision, as interpreted and applied by the arbitrator, excessively interferes with the exercise of a management right.

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AR 420-90 Fire and Emergency Services

Member Pope’s concurring opinion in this case is set forth at the end of this decision. Phased Maintenance System for Army Aircraft. Firefighting and Rescue Procedures in Theaters of 420-09.

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Referring to Chapter 35, Section Sign In Sign Out. Camouflage, Concealment, and Decoys. Chemical Operations Principles and Fundamentals. Aviation Electronics Configuration Directory. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Aar Assistance-Operations and Procedures. The Arbitrator found that the Agency violated the regulation as alleged.

The Agency asserts that in its decision denying the grievance, it stated that “the risk to soldiers, their families, civilian employees and visitors to the installation without emergency responders would far outweigh risks to fire department personnel in the existing situation. This award leaves no circumstance in which the Agency would be permitted to dispatch a fire truck to a fire without four firefighters aboard.

In making that assessment, the Authority defers to the arbitrator’s underlying factual findings. The Arbitrator next noted that in its grievance letter, the Union had requested the fire 4200-90 to “discontinue Basic Life Support until staffing can be maintained a[t] the initial response levels per AR and DODI In circumstances where a fire has been reported and there are less than four firefighters available, the award would preclude management from dispatching any ag truck to protect personnel and property from such fire.

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Multiservice Helicopter Sling Load: The award requires that fire trucks be staffed with a minimum of four firefighters before 240-90 Agency can dispatch any fire truck to a fire. Army 240-90 Materiel Readiness Report. Safety Manual for Operating and Maintenance Personnel.

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Army Accident Investigation and Reporting. According to the Agency, the remedy directing no fire truck shall be dispatched to a fire with fewer than four firefighters aboard overrides any Agency policies and practices on responses to fire alarms and “deprives management of its right[] to determine how to respond to the very a situation of a fire” on its premises.

The Agency’s denial of the grievance on the basis that the risk to soldiers, their families, civilian employees and visitors to the installation without emergency equipment responders would far outweigh risks to fire department personnel, is construed as an assertion that the staffing levels sought by the Union affected its right to determine its internal security.

Requisition for Publications and Blank At. The Arbitrator interpreted and applied the provision and regulation to prohibit the Agency from dispatching any fire truck structural or aerial to a fire without four firefighters aboard.